Tuesday, 22 December 2015
The Flight of the Navigator
2-day workshop by Susanne Schwing
5:30pm - 8:30pm on Saturday 14th November &
10:30am - 1:30pm Sunday 15th November
Ka’alele au ´The Flight of the Navigator´
Ka’alele au with its controlled and focused movements in various speeds looks similar to Tai Chi Chuan, and is an ancient spiritual dance/movement, the art of non verbal communication with all things. Skills learned are useful in all life. You can simply call it a dance meditation movement, where we learn to keep our ‘feet on the ground’, while opening our heart wide and ‘fly’ , completely grounded... It’s an automatic body & soul balancing, a great experience to feel who we are and where we are in the present moment.
"What is inevitable in these practices is a change in perspective and a different way of being. The outcome can be more awareness, more self connection to body, mind and spirit, more connection to others, deeper listening skills, ability to touch another body and create a change on all levels, loving presence and self nurturing at a deep level to release old patterns and ideas. Also being in nature and on the land can also bring about more trust and a deep sense of peace… It is like a coming home to who we really are." (Penny Prior)
moving into the grounded steps and learning the movement of the arms
combining both to get into a deep and intense meditation, while moving in an 8 with feet, head and arms to reconnect...
Tuesday, 20 January 2015
1-day workshop by Susanne Schwing
10:30 pm on Sunday 1st March, 2015
«Kamalii o´Kapo» CreationdanceA strong healing dance of Hawaii
‘The Child of the night is searching for the light - we forgot where we came from and we can remember, while listening to nature, where everything is just on its right place.
There is the source, where first the plants were born and then mankind.
Once we all used to eat from the same fish..’
In this Dance we experience the power of nature, our ancestors and where we come from. We’ll be reminded and connected. It’s more than a dance, it’s an intense Healing – Ritual, where our heart opens wide, our home, where all healing takes place and we get connected with all existence. We honour the Goddess in us and we touch the people and our self deeply and at least we’ve lots of fun!
In 4-5 hours with breaks we’ll learn the steps of this powerful dance. The course is for each woman, who likes to feel deepness and pure joy.
Time & date:
10:30 - 17:00 pm on Sunday 1st March, 2015
The programs will take place at the Orizon Center at Akrimios that can be found near the 11 km on the National Road between Rethymno & Chania, Crete, opposite the turn to Aptera.
The cost of this special seminar, inclusive Lunch, teas, coffees,... is 35€.
Please contact us with any questions for any further information, or booking:
Ingrid Margarita via email: email@example.com
or phone (+30) 697 414 3598
Susanne Schwing by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone (+30) 693 655 1204
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by Serge Kahili King
Huna is a Hawaiian word meaning "secret," but it also refers to the esoteric wisdom of Polynesia. Kupua is another Hawaiian word and it refers to a specialized healer who works with the powers of the mind and the forces of nature. In that respect it is very similar to the Siberian Tungusic word "shaman."
The understanding of Huna described here comes from the kupua tradition of the Kahili family from the island of Kauai, through Serge Kahili King(the urban shaman), who was adopted as the grandson of Joseph Kahili and trained in his tradition.
The Seven Principles
The basic assumptions of Huna are these:
1. The World Is What You Think It Is.
2. There are no limits.
3. Energy Flows Where Attention Goes.
4. Now Is The Moment Of Power.
5. To Love Is To Be Happy With (someone or something).
6. All Power Comes From Within.
7. Effectiveness Is The Measure Of Truth.
Lomi Lomi Nui Massage
Known as the "Temple-style" Lomi Lomi Nui is a graceful, deep physical
The flight of the navigator
This amazing meditative dance movement is the base for the Kino Mana Bodywork and is also very useful as a daily practice to get into complete balance between heaven and earth. The hawaiians looked at the Hawk, the bird which flies highest with its immense strength and endurance, always in the air whilst at the same time connected to the earth. This technique can be brought into the body with simple steps on the ground and movements with the arms to symbolise wings.