5 Tibetan Rites & Chakra Balancing
'5 Tibetan Rites & Chakra Balancing' Course
The 5 Tibetan Rites are an ancient practice, which has been called 'The Fountain of Youth'. It is based on balancing our energy centres, the Chakras. Learn a practice that only takes 10 to 20 minutes per day to keep your body, mind & spirit uplifted and functioning in an optimal way!
"When you hold yourself in high esteem, and when you know that you are worthy of the very best that life can offer, what you are really doing is loving yourself. Self-love enables you to feel good about who and what you are, and this greatly speeds the renewal process... Those who enrich themselves with the treasure of self-love make all things possible."
Quote by the editor in the foreword to Peter Kelder's book 'Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth'
Start your chakra Balancing journey
This 9-week course will introduce you to the practice of the 5 Tibetan Rites and how to balance your Chakras.
We will slowly build our practice over the course of the 9 weeks and focus on balancing one Chakra each week as well as learning about what causes chakra imbalances and explore various tools & techniques for how to stimulate and create a new balance for ourselves individually using affirmations, colours, mantras & mudras, meditations, sound healing, the elements of nature, our senses, food, gemstones, aromatherapy, and more.
You will be introduced to the 7 major Chakras :
* 1st Chakra The ROOT Chakra - Muladhara is all about grounding
* 2nd Chakra The SACRAL Chakra - Svadhisthana represents the quality of creativity
* 3rd Chakra The SOLAR PLEXUS Chakra - Manipura carries the energy of willpower
* 4rth Chakra The HEART Chakra - Anahata is all about love
* 5th Chakra The THROAT Chakra - Vishudda brings awareness to self-expression
* 6th Chakra The THIRD EYE Chakra - Ajna encourages us to trust our intuition
* 7th Chakra The CROWN Chakra - Sahasrara is about unity consciousness
What the course will deliver:
Looking forward to meeting you!
By joining this course you acknowledge that you are participating and practising at your own risk.