Where are the mantras from? How does "sound" work?
“You are welcomed to an open, and insightful chat in the Garden with Elizabeth Satpurkha. Bring your questions and let’s explore together the answers from the perspective of Kundalini Yoga.
We encounter many questions like: What is Kundalini Yoga? Why we chant mantras? What are the mantras and how they benefit us? Is Yoga a religious practice? Does Yoga collide in any way with any religious belief or practice? Is Kundalini Yoga related to the Sikh Religion? Why we wear preferably white when practicing kY? What is the effect of the Gong when used in relaxation? and many other, so this is a time to answer all those and any other questions you may have, while we have a cup of tea in the enchanted garden of Life N One.
Our chat will be spiced up with humor, laughter and will end with Gong and sound.”
Please contact 0565342899 or firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings and further inquiries.
Elizabeth's journey with yoga and sound started 15 years ago when her neglected and overworked body started rebelling. Change or stay in the endless cycle of the modern (un)-health care, were her choices. Daily practice of Hatha Yoga at home made a U-turn in her life. Severe problems with her thyroid, digestion, kidneys, knees and early menopause were one by one cured, proving the magical ability of the body to heal itself if is maintained and cared for.
While she moved from one country to another, she learned more about the yoga and the sound. She studied Tomatis sound therapy, Dr. Tomatis being the pioneer on proving and applying the sound as the ultimate energy form, crucial in fetus/human development and healing.
Elizabeth is certified in Tomatis ASP therapy, German New Medicine by Dr. Hammer, Ritual Trance Dance, Kundalini Yoga and Gong playing. She can communicate in Hungarian, Romanian, Arabic, English, French and she understands a bit of Czech and Turkish.