Saturday, 28 July 2007

Chakradance


Many of you have asked me to tell you more about Chakradance, so I asked Douglas Channing to send me their latest media release:


You’ve just arrived home after a hard day at work; your back hurts, your shoulders are tense, and your mind’s racing. You feel restless, stressed and unable to relax. Sound familiar?

At this point, you could slump in front of the telly and try to blank it all out with mindless visual garbage. Or, you could allow yourself a pure, blissful freedom that will make you feel refreshed, calm and truly alive. And it’s as easy as closing the door, turning off the light,
putting on a CD, opening your mind and allowing yourself to move freely and uninhibited in your own space.


Chakradance is a fusion of Eastern and Western Philosophies that offers a complete workout for the body, mind and spirit. It aims to relieve the stress of modern day living. It is practised in workshops with qualified Chakradance instructors all over Australia.


Currently being touted as the next pilates, there’s no doubt in the minds of the thousands of
already existing devotees that Chakradance is destined to take Australia by storm!

The beauty of uninhibited dance is that you don’t need to follow a set routine to feel the benefits; you just let the music take control. And there are so many benefits: other than it being a very creative cardio workout, it can also be a moving spiritual experience, because what you’re actually doing is dancing your chakras.

Just ask Australian psychotherapist Natalie Southgate, creator of Chakradance and co-author of a nifty new book to be published in June titled Chakradance: Rhythm for Your Soul (Hay House, RRP $26.95).

Natalie says that the very best thing about Chakradance is that "you don’t need to know anything about dance or Chakras to take part. Chakradance is not about ‘steps’ or performance’; it’s totally about freedom and your own self-expression and experience."

The forthcoming book is the essential guide to Chakradance; from the Crown Chakra at the top of the head to the Root Chakra at the base of the spine, this beautiful little book provides readers with suggestions on how to move to enhance and align each of the seven major Chakras of the body.


Significantly, the book also comes with an accompanying CD of specially composed modern dance and world music with specific musical tones that resonate with each of the Chakras. The forthcoming publication of Chakradance: Rhythm For Your Soul, says co-author Douglas
Channing, "will make Chakradance even more accessible, as it can be easily experienced in the comfort of your own home."

If you’ve got the book and the CD, you’ve got everything you need to begin your Chakradance experience. Try it - you’ll be amazed by how it makes you feel!

For Further information on Chakradance visit: www.chakradance.com.au

1 comments:

Simone ( Exercising for comments) said...

Chakra dance - sound very interesting.

Thank you for the sending light and energy.