New year is coming, new opportunities, new expectations, new plans maybe some changes and so many more things. Everything is possible
Why not starting balancing our subtle body?
Like a vortex of energy, from the root all the way up
The word chakra in Sanskrit means “wheel” or “disk”and denotes a point of interaction where mind, body and spirit meet. A profound formula for wholeness; an organisational centre for the reception, assimilation and transmission of energy. From liberating our spirits to manifesting our dreams, the chakras are the very wheels that carry us through life.
Chakras also can be called as lotuses, symbolising the unfolding of flower petals, witch metaphorically describe the opening of a chakra.
As you already might know the lotus flowers are sacred in India. Growing from the mud they symbolise a path of development from a primitive being to a fully blossoming consciousness, mirroring the base chakra rooted in earth, witch evolves into the “thousand petals lotus” at the crown of the head.
Like lotuses chakras have petals , witch vary in number from chakra to chakra.
Like flowers , chakras can be open or closed, dying or budding, depending on the state of consciousness within.
Chakras send energy out from the core of the body and they assimilate every from outside that enters the core.
What we generate determines much of what we receive, and in this way it enforce us to work on our chakras and clean up outdates, dysfunctional or negative programming that may be getting in our way
What we carry on in our chakras is formed by our repeated patters from our day to day actions and the way we interact with the rest of living beings in this world and past life actions.
Repeated movements and habits, programming from or parents or family we have been raise with, the culture or situation we are born into are important factors to consider. Knowing our tendencies tell us what to watch out for and what to enhance.
How many times did you feel like you were stuck at something?
We can easily be caught in a cycle that keep us in a particular level. This can be a relationship, a job, a habit or a way of thinking. Being stuck can be a symptom of either overemphasis or underdevelopment of a chakra.
As a complete system, the chakras provide a powerful tool for personal growth.
“Is our work to clean he chakras from the old non beneficial patterns so their self-perpetuing actions have a positive influence and our energy can continue to expand to higher planes”Anodea Judith
We’ll meet to work one chakra per class every Wednesday of January and February 2019, from 8pm to 9pm.
- January 9th- Muladhara Chakra:
Located at the base of the spine, our roots, associated with survival. Its element is earth. Color red
- January 16th- Swadhisthana Chakra:
Located at the lower abdomen the sacrum area, associated with emotions and sexuality. It’s element is water. Color orange
- January 23rd- Manipura Chakra:
Located in the solar plexus, between the navel and the sternum, associated with personal power. It’s element is fire. Color yellow
- January 30th- Anahata Chakra:
Located over the sternum, associated with love. It’s element is air. Color green
- February 6th- Vissudha Chakra:
Located in the throat, associated with communication and creativity. It’s element is sound. Color blue
- February 13th- Ajna Chakra:
Located in the centre of the forehead, 3rd Eye, associated with intuitions and imaginations. It’s element is light. Color Indigo
- February 20th Sahasrara Chakra:
Located at the top of the head, the crown, associated with knowledge, understanding and transcendent consciousness. It’s element is thought. Color bright light
- February 27th- Full Chakra Yoga Flow.
We will integrate the seven chakras in a yoga flow
This classes are included in the membership of Quinntessential Movement Studio
Located in Galleria Plaza (Blue Plaza)
638 West Bay Road. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
If you are not a member yet
- 8 classes 150$
- 4 classes 80$