With Hatha Yoga, we go on a pathway of enquiry. I offer gentle somatic teaching that allows you to explore each asana (posture) with curiosity. We also explore various Pranayama (breathing techniques) and each class ends with Yoga Nidra (an easy and short meditation or guided visualization).
- Sign up for a month of weekly classes, or drop by for a once-off class to try it out.
- Remedial and private sessions available on request.
- Corporate Yoga available on request.
SomaSensingTM is a mindful movement therapy that soothes the nervous system. Your nervous system lies at the heart of your physical and emotional well being. Experience gentle feel-good movement to shift emotion, release held trauma, ease pain and heal your whole body. Learn to tap into the wisdom of your body and find the quiet within.
Read more about SomaSensingTM here: www.somasensing.org
Teresa is a SomaSensingTM Somatic Therapist offering private and semi-private SomaSensingTM sessions. She also offers SomaSensingTM workshops, courses and SomaSensingTM Yoga classes. Also watch out for our forthcoming SomaSensingTM workshops this year.
“Gentle is the new strong” – Yasmin Lambat (creator of SomaSensingTM)
TRE is a series of exercises that help the body relieve itself from deep muscular tension, trauma and stress.
“Body Stress Release is a safe, natural technique which is suitable for everyone, from infants to the elderly. It prompts the body to naturally heal itself by releasing accumulated body stress.” ~ Body Stress Release site
Rina Neumann, Body Stress Release practitioner, joined us on a part time basis and hopefully full time next year when she moves back to Durbanville after 20 years. Rina is passionate about helping people and animals.
To book a Body Stress Release appointment with Rina, contact her on 082 337 4680 or email email@example.com
We offer the rental of our studio to like-minded therapists for talks, workshops and retreats. We also rent out our therapy rooms to practitioners who offer therapy that aligns with the healing centre. Do enquire if there is one available.
Mind Moves can be seen as the reprogramming of brain paths through reflex assessment in order to identify shortcomings. We apply Mind Moves by doing gross and fine motor skills to and with the body which gets done by the learner, their parent and/or guardian, or the instructor self. Successful Mind Moves happen when repetition takes place enough times for the brain to think and function in a new way so that facing life’s challenges become more easier.
Carmen Hawkesley is passionate about working with children. Her teaching background alerted her to the fact that many children are not “seen” and that the current education system does not support individual attention for these children. The result is that they fall behind and then find school and even life a lot more challenging.
“Mind moves has given me the opportunity to help children better equip themselves to cope with their academic, emotional and social development. “
Carmen works with children from age 3 to 18 years.
You can contact her on 0662667644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org