The Core of Being
with Sarah Muscat
- Clapham Junction – 13th April 2019 14.00 – 16:00 – £28
As we live our lives, we often find ourselves blown from place to place, subject to things that we have no control over. Using active meditation centering techniques is one way that we can return back into our power within ourselves rather than be the victim of our circumstances. Through self awareness and reflection, we deepen our sense of presence.
Meditation centering can probably be compared to the eye of a hurricane. It is a "calm center" in the middle of what can be destructive chaos. Being centered means keeping this area of calm deliberately and with conscious thought throughout your day.
The first benefit of this is that you have imposed control over your life. Whatever else might be going on, you have a piece of space inside which is always there to tap into, a space of shelter that cannot be taken away. Your inner light has a place to refresh itself from stressful circumstances and negative influences.
Meditation centering brings you back to yourself and helps you realise your own power. Receiving profound benefits on all – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
You can find a place inside yourself from which you draw strength and calm, grounding you and making you stronger.
A variation of Ashtanga Vinyasa infused with Kundalini Kriyas that will activate the centre and relax the nervous system
- Shaking & Breathing sequences (pranayama)
- Sun Salutes (Surya Namaskar)
- Asanas and Kriyas (postures)
No Dimension Meditation
This active centering meditation is based on Sufi techniques. Using the breath and a series of coordinated body movements followed by whirling, your energy becomes centered in the hara, the “life energy” center below the navel. From there you can watch the mind and experience awareness and wholeness – the body moving in all directions, the center unmoving.
Sarah’s is a holistic therapist combining meditation, breath & sound with an infusion of bio energetics. Her personal practice has a strong Ashtanga Vinyasa and Kriya influence, which comes across in the delivery of detailed, clear communicated alignment cues, while looking after students on both a physical and emotional level.
Sarah has completed a 200HR RYT Yoga Alliance, Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow through Yoga Nisarga in Goa, Arambol, India December 2014 and lived in Angka Meditaion Ashram with the great Master Darma Yasa in Denpasar Bali. Throughout her travels attending and hosting various festival workshops and retreats she has met many inspirational teachers and students across India, Sri Lanka, Australia and the Balinese Islands.
Sarah has completed a Reiki level one in London and a BBTRS® Bio Dynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System training in Poland She truly believes that the greatest teacher is the teacher within, and her intention, as an instructor, is to provide the space for students to raise their consciousness, reaching their full existential potential, embracing their intuition, to explore their strength and manifest their greatest intentions of all good.