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What is Tibetan Pulsing?
Tibetan Pulsing is a fully integrated relaxing healing technique and a powerful energy process,
which releases emotions, relaxes the mind and revitalizes the physical body.
Originally from ancient Tibet and China, now presented in a new and unique form of bodywork that heals through sound,
light and the 'pulsebeat'.The heart lives in the moment. If 10 or 100 people join their hands and feel the same 'pulsebeat', they become one heart.
Whether you have done a lot of self discovery work or are just curious to start,
then it is possible to allow this technique to work on a very deep level on you.
It is for anyone with an interest and willingness to explore the way emotion manifests
in the body, and the impact this has on our health and how we feel.......or how we don't feel.
Feelings connect us to life.
For anyone with issues around touch, or nourishment, or who have reached a stuck place in their life.
Or who sense, their health issues may have an underlying emotional cause, or who are stressed and physically tense.
who are into prevention is better than cure and want to clear the past.
Excellent for practitioners, therapists and health professionals, in related fields...this work
offers special insight into an organic psychological framework, which is a unique diagnostic tool.
To recognise the organic aspects of ourselves as our subconscious and the behavioural patterns and emotional effects on the physical body.
This work began with people in the creative arts and is wonderful for boosting creativity.
For film producers, script writers, artists, musicians, dancers etc.
Especially for people who want some time IN, with themselves, to relax, refocus and re-energise,
ME time. For couples who are interested in tantra or
wish to open up to more intimacy.
Through the technique of the 'pulsebeat' and bodywork positions. It is undoubtedly a unique and powerful
that you can only experience. Some things cannot be put into words.