OLD EVENT: OSHO Kundalini Meditation | Sat 14 July 6.30pm

>>>>>>OLD EVENT: OSHO Kundalini Meditation | Sat 14 July 6.30pm

OLD EVENT: OSHO Kundalini Meditation | Sat 14 July 6.30pm

Saturday 14 July 6.30-8.30pm

SHAKE – DANCE – SIT – REST
Tribal dance remix
Facilitated by Zena Rose

Tickets $35

Osho’s Kundalini Meditation is a dynamic form of meditation which last for one hour, and involves four stages: shaking, dancing, sitting and resting. It is powerful and enjoyable tantric practice that effectively melts away energetic blockages, moving the practitioner towards states of bliss and deep joy. Osho Kundalini Meditation is a wonderful way of releasing stress and moving the body into a delicious state of aliveness, peace and expansion.

The evening will begin with a short Taoist qigong warm up, which will loosen the body and start the process of allowing energy to move more freely. After the Kundalini Meditation is complete, we will conclude the evening with some yummy fruit & treats, with time to socialise.

What to wear:
– loose comfortable clothing that allows unrestricted movement. Expect to sweat!

What to bring:
– a blanket and a pillow for Savasana
– a change of clothes and a small towel if you tend to sweat a lot !

nb: This evening is not suitable for pregnant women.

Your facilitator: Zena Rose

Zena has dedicated the last four years to an in depth exploration of femininity, sensuality and sexuality. As well as an extensive personal practice, she has studied Tantra and Taoism under some of the world’s most respected teachers and masters. Through her exploration Zena has been able to heal deeply, drop many layers of social and cultural conditioning, and step into a profoundly empowered and embodied state of being. As well as teaching yoga, Zena is passionate about helping men and women tap into the deep potential for Bliss that is inherent to every human being, and use that bliss in the service of healing, power and joy.

By | 2018-07-19T13:02:14+00:00 April 20th, 2018|Categories: Workshops|0 Comments

About the Author:

Leave A Comment