Journey through the Chakras

Hayley and Priyesh bring you this unique journey with traditional yoga and sound.

The journey through the chakras has been incredible and the power of ‘gongs’ has been life enhancing. I am so sad the workshops have ended and can’t wait till next Spring.

Linda Wilson

I would recommend it to everyone going through any sort of change in their life. You feel so much more peace, love and joy. I can’t wait to start again in March. Thank you again Hayley, Graham and Ondray. The gongs were brill! Loved it!

Debra Durham

A wonderful and insightful experience which helped me through a difficult period in my life. Hayley is both caring and knowledgeable. She loads you with great expertise through all the yoga positions and mantras, as well as providing you with an understanding of all the different chakras and their properties. The gong baths with Ondray and Graham are a wonderful compliment to the yoga and provide great healing and relief.

Melanie Gouveia

Magical sessions! The space created is very sacred and allows you to really listen to what your body is saying and allows space for healing.

Kelly Evans

Hayley takes you on a learning journey like no other. I only started yoga last year and cannot believe how far I have come so far, still lots to learn. It is so enjoyable, calming and restorative, and with Hayley’s knowledge it awakens your mind.

Wendy Fox

Four hours of bliss! First I (Ananda) will guide you through a short talk, relaxation and visualisation to get to know your main seven chakras then I will play my gong, singing bowl and chimes with yoga poses (suitable for all) breathing techniques, mantra and meditation. There will be a short tea break with light snacks, then Priyesh will take you on a sacred sound and meditation; starting with drumming to connect to the Earth of the planet and the Earth of your body, moving into a gong bath, crystal singing bowls and chimes to resonate with the chakras. The whole day is a meditative experience. Bring your cushions, blankets, notebooks and pens to take notes of the information shared. There will also be some time to reflect and write in your journal, a great way to practice Swadhyaya (sacred/self study).

Journey Through All Seven Chakras

August 11th / 12pm – 4pm / Bagworth Community Centre

Muladhara (root chakra) is located at the base of the spine, associated with our fundamental needs for survival, safety and security. When this chakra is balanced we feel strong, secure and grounded.

Swadisthana (sacral chakra) is located just above the root chakra in the lower back and associated with our creativity, sexuality and emotions. When this chakra is balanced we move forward in life gracefully and respectfully with confidence in our individuality, thus feeling balanced in our emotional self.

Manipura (solar plexus chakra) is located just below the rib cage, at the navel, associated with our personal power, energy and confidence. When this chakra is balanced we feel energised and confident in our ability to create the life we desire.

Anaharta (heart chakra) is located in the centre of the chest, associated with our ability to feel unconditional love; to forgive and to trust. When this chakra is balanced we become expansive, filled with joy and love for ourselves and others. It facilitates a great sense of gratitude for life.

Visshudha (throat chakra) is located in the centre of the throat, associated with expression and truthfulness. When this chakra is balanced we confidently speak our truth in a kind and compassionate way.

Ajna (mind’s eye chakra) is located in the centre of the brain’s two hemispheres and is associated with our sixth sense, ability to see, feel, hear and know the truth. When this chakra is balanced we have a strong sense of intuition, we feel focused and calm.

Sahasrara (crown chakra) is located at the crown of the head, associated with our wisdom, higher consciousness and connection to the universe. When this chakra is balanced we feel energised with a sense of freedom, we have clarity and peace of mind.

£45 for a half day retreat

 

Book via the schedule page

What Is A

Chakra?

A Chakra is created when energy channels meet at a junction point which creates a whirling effect. Chakra is Sanskrit for disk or wheel. A Chakra is a spinning wheel of energy. Energy channels carry signals around the body. If there is a blockage in a channel then signals are not able to travel freely, causing a disruption in the flow of the energetic system. We can become ‘off balance’ feeling strongly tipped in one direction or the other. Cleansing and re-balancing our Chakras will help to bring us back to equilibrium (optimum balance and harmony)

Muladhara

The Root Chakra

Connects to our sense of groundedness as well as instincts of survival. When off balance it can make us feel low energy, alienated from ourselves and others, and easily angered. When in balance, it makes us feel secure, stable, safe, loved, balanced, healthy and energised. 

Anaharta

The Heart Centre

Connects us to our emotional self, bringing harmony, forgiveness, sincerity and love. When off balance it can lead to over-loving, jealousy, abandonment, righteousness, fear, anger, judgement, lonliness and bitterness. When in balance we feel joy, love, gratitude, compassion, connection with others and a healthy balance of giving and receiving. 

Swadhisthana

The Sacral Chakra

Connects to our creativity, feelings, emotional and sexual wellbeing. When off balance we may feel guilt, jealousy, possessiveness, and shame of our body/sexuality. When in balance this chakra brings us grace, flexibility, depth of feeling, sexual fulfilment, creativity, openness and respect for self and others. 

Visshudha

The Throat Chakra

Connects us to our expressive self, truthfulness, speech and conscious communication. When off balance there can be issues of self expression, fear of lacking power or control, not ‘speaking up’ and feeling suppressed. When in balance we can openly and confidently express our truth without worrying what other people think. 

Sahasrara

The Crown Chakra

Connects us to our higher consciousness and wisdom. When off balance there may be depression, an inability to learn, rigid thoughts, confusion and a feeling of isolation, lonliness and separation. When in balance we live in the present moment, feel free, energised, aligned, and have a strong trust in our inner guidance.

Manipura

The Solar Plexus

Connects to our confidence, ego, personal power, will and autonomy. When off balance it can threaten our self esteem, create confusion and depression. When in balance it can bring us happiness, vitality, harmony, easy manifestation, protection and the feeling of being comfortable with oneself and others.

Ajna

The Third Eye Chakra

Connects us to our cosmic insight, innate powers of intuition, the ability to see and feel the truth. When off balance there may be moodiness, daydreaming and distrust. When in balance we feel open and focused, a deep spiritual connection, strong morality, and can easily determine between truth and illusion. 

What to Bring

Yoga mat

Fluffy socks

Blanket

Eye mask

Cushion

Bottle of water

Warm clothes

Yourself!

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