Tomorrow on Wednesday June 8th Kru Niti will be giving a free Crystal Bowl meditation at Santosa.
Niti began yoga and meditation training 10 years ago. Meditation Crystal singing bowl was learned when she received the guiding tune of the crystal bowl from Guru Gampanart, leader in crystal bowl meditation. After that, she became interested and undertook formal training under Guru Satitum to completion.
Crystal bowls made from different crystals have differing healing properties. Each is linked to different chakras in the human body. Chakras are the base of life energy in the human body that encodes information on the level of your sub consciousness. Bad encoding is the cause of illness and afflictions in both mind and body.
The Benefits of Crystal Bowl Meditation
Sounds waves from crystal bowls help balance the inner workings of every cell on a deep level. If you open your mind, relax, and let the waves wash over you, they will travel deep within. These analog frequencies will guide you into relaxation and a deep meditative state. Basic levels will cover the principles of meditation and releasing stress from everyday life. You will experience true rejuvenating rest. Sometimes meditation alone where you simply close your eyes is not enough to calm your inner turmoil. The singing sounds of the crystal bowls will assist you into the depths of your soul, healing you within from stress, insomnia, and any other afflictions.
When: Wednesday 2016 June 8th
Time: 18:00 to 19:00
Location: Santosa Meditation Room
Free of charge
RSVP: +66 (0)76 330 600 or fill out the form below:
Join us for a special discussion about healing and guided meditation class to help harmonize the body on the physical and emotional levels. Based in Taoist Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine theory we will use guided visualization and breath work techniques to rejuvenate and clear stagnant energy and toxins from the internal organs, fascia and energy meridians. No previous meditation experience is necessary. This simple practice imparts a profound awareness of how energy moves in the body and teaches simple techniques that anyone can use to keep it flowing.
Jason is a healer and teacher with 30 years of experience in the holistic health and medical fields. He is interested in the relationship between the physical body, our thoughts and feelings and our general sense of wellbeing. His method explores ways of bringing these aspects of ourselves into harmony and alignment. His students’ individual journeys and transformations are a tremendous source of inspiration for his work.
With over a decade’s service as a paramedic with the Detroit Fire Department as well as in the emergency and orthopedic departments of Detroit’s top trauma centers, Jason brings a wealth of clinical experience and knowledge to his practice. He has travelled extensively throughout the world learning healing arts from many gifted teachers both mainstream and traditional. Jason has made Thailand his home since 2004 and offers personal sessions, training and workshops at resorts, healing centre’s and temples in Thailand and on a global scale. He also studies South Indian and Thai martial arts, yoga and enjoys spending time with family and friends the world over.
A little introduction to our guest speaker this Saturday at 2pm
Siham grew up in a traditional Lebanese family where everything rotated around food. Family gatherings, Christmas dinners, Sunday lunches and everyday home cooked meals were the center of her life. Her best moments were when she would cook something and everybody would compliment her on how good it tasted and how nicely it was presented. Her dream about food and cooking became bigger and bigger and she was planning to open her own place where she could prepare simple yet delicious home-cooked meals and bake the best cakes and breads.
Suddenly everything came to a halt when she was diagnosed with Celiac disease in 1999. To most people food is a source of pleasure, sharing, entertainment, socializing, and fun. To Siham food became a source of worry, anxiety, and mainly pain.
Since then she has revolutionized her diet and passionately shares her knowledge to spread awareness about Celiac Disease. She has become a resource of knowledge in the English and Arabic world.
This Saturday she will share her story with us , show us how celiac affects the body, how to screen for it and how to live a happy and delicious gluten free life.
She will bring some gluten free goodies for you to try with some recipe cards too!
While many people think that gluten can be eliminated simply by removing breads from their diet, the truth is that gluten is in many, many processed food products, so going to a gluten-free lifestyle often means eating much less processed food and cooking from scratch more often. This is a good thing, but it’s also hard to not be able to eat out in restaurants, or have the same conveniences that others do. In fact, it can be a real shock to go to a gluten-free diet overnight. Support and resources are key and we are happy to have Siham holding this educational talk at Santosa. If you are interested in Gluten Free recipes check out Sihams Blog www.Bakefree.co
Bake Free is a bi-lingual blog (English/Arabic) that shows you how easy it is to cook allergen free. The main focus is on Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern Cuisine with gluten-free and dairy-free recipes, tips, and articles.
What is Gluten?
It is the main protein found in wheat and it’s everywhere. It’s in bread, pasta and in cupcakes. Even in things like Soya Sauce, salad dressings, canned soup and oatmeal. For most people, this is no big deal. Gluten is a key factor in giving bread its chewiness and making cupcakes airy. Here’s a quick rundown of the major reasons why some people need to eliminate gluten from their diet. There are three major reasons why someone might need to give up gluten for health reasons: if they’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease, if they have a gluten intolerance, or if they have an allergic reaction to wheat.
• Wheat Allergy – A wheat allergy is actually a completely separate condition from gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. It’s a histamine reaction to wheat, much like a peanut allergy or a shellfish allergy. People with this allergy usually show hives, rashes, or stomach pain after consuming wheat.
• Gluten Intolerance – There are also a large number of people who have a sensitivity to gluten or are gluten intolerant. These people experience many of the same symptoms as those with celiac disease, but without the accompanying damage to the small intestine. There are also some theories and studies linking gluten intolerance to things like chronic fatigue, depression, irritability, and anxiety.
• Celiac Disease – According to the Mayo Clinic, people with celiac disease have an immune reaction to the gluten in wheat, rye, and barley that causes damage to the small intestine and interferes with the absorption of vital nutrients. Symptoms can be as mild as digestive problems and minor skin rashes or as severe as anemia, arthritis, and intense abdominal pain. This disease goes undetected very very often!
In all of these cases, eliminating wheat and gluten from the diet clears up all the major symptoms. The lining of the small intestine heals and intestinal discomfort fades. The trick is that it has to be total elimination of gluten, meaning no wheat, barley, or rye in any form. For many people, even ingesting a small amount of gluten by accident can bring on a recurrence of the symptoms such as crumbs from a toaster or on a cutting board.
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New Year’s resolutions usually are bound to fail, right? Wrong!
This time do something different and get what you want -make 2015 a fresh start!
We will be holding a Goal Setting Workshop on January 4th from 10am to 5.30pm at Santosa with Susanna Huza a Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), TimeLine Therapy® and Hypnosis.
Define and determine your goal outcome and make your goal neurologically compelling with us in this Workshop! It’s only 2999THB to learn skills for a lifetime plus it includes delicious lunch and refreshments. Book with us before the 28th Dec to get your 15% discount!
Until then here are some tips you can work on before the Workshop!
There are 3 main reasons that stop us from getting what we want:
1) ‘Away-From’ The past is full of old physical habits, thinking patterns, experiences and memories that are loaded with emotion that can actually hinder rather than further our ambitions and dreams. Therefore, when we think of the future we too often follow an idea of what we want as an away from what we don’t want anymore … and that sets us up for failure.
2) ‘Overload’ Or: “Biting off more than you can chew”. This is where our ideal of what we want is so disproportionate to where we are that it triggers the fight-or-flight response. Who does not know someone, who bought the cross trainer or treadmill only use it once and then park it in their bedroom as a clothes-rack …
3) ‘Procrastination’ The simple truth is that we sometimes just get too idle to take action. We close our eyes and dream of an alternate reality that we wished was ours to have. Just think of the stereotypical expat at the street-side bar and the stories s/he spins …
The truth is that you always get what you focus on. So here are some suggestions on how to help you get what you want in the New Y ear:
1) ‘Imagine the Future’ Thinking of your 2015 resolution(s), ask yourself: How do I know I can get there? Use present tense and positive words only! Imagine a specific time in the future when you have what you desire. Really paint that picture and bathe in the feeling of freedom. Hear yourself tell the story of your success to a group of friends. Make a mental and emotional snapshot of that vision so you may visit it again and again.
2) ‘Write out Resolutions’ Now write down the details of your resolution. Use present tense and positive words only! The more specific you are the better. Watch out for pitfalls of failure, and ask for help to clarify your intentions when needed.
3) ‘Mile-Stones’ Now work backwards from your snapshot filling in measurable and achievable milestones to your success. What has to happen sequentially for you go get what you want? Set timeframes. What resources do you already have. What and whom else do you require to bring into your life in order to help your goal along? Note: Some people find it easier to also set to-do-lists and tick them off as they go along.
4) ‘Success breeds Success’ Take small, continuous steps to success. Be careful to avoid triggering your fight or flight response. Make your immediate Mile-Stones small and easily achievable in order to build momentum for your ultimate goal.
The New Year is a new beginning, so what is it about this annual “new” that causes us to reflect upon our lives and our accomplishments? I believe that each of us has an inborn drive to grow and create an environment that fulfills our innermost desires. We want to make life as fulfilling as we can.
Whatever our motivation; be it personal, financial, health or romance, we annually draw a new line in the sand and claim a starting point for our next chapter.
In over 10 years applied experience as an international Performance Coach and Trainer I have learnt that when we plan, visualize and talk about our goals and dreams, there is an excited trepidation inside our chest that is both anticipation and fear. This is normal because we are about to leave the safe haven of the past and sail into the open sea.
Join us for the Workshop – we can help you navigate those storms…
Call 076 330 600 or email Sandra@santosaphuket.com
Susanna Huza A Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), TimeLine Therapy® and Hypnosis. She is a Certified Member of the American Board of NLP & Hypnosis and the International Time Line Therapy™ Association. After completing post-graduate studies in International Law of Human Rights in 2000, Susanna decided to pursue her passion of understanding the psychology of human behaviour. She lives to inspire others on their path to self-knowledge and has worked with both corporate and private clients around the globe for the last 14 years.
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Jennelle Gordon has had a perfectly unorthodox pathway into the tantric world. Raised in a Christian missionary family, her path lured her into the intoxicating and heady world of sin-city, otherwise known as Las Vegas.
Here she began a stripping career, and although lucrative – she nearly lost everything material due to poor financial decisions and the stock market crash! The change led her to seek out her spirituality again, this time with yoga and tantra. Organically a link formed between these worlds, and she developed a method that made the defining principles accessible to the modern-day woman, teaching them to tap into their divine feminine strength and use their sexual energy positively.
The Path to Tantra
Her treatment allows women to rediscover the beautiful relationship with themselves, opening up a magical channel where there is no shame, guilt or punishment for exploring their femininity and nurturing a healthy relationship with their sexuality. Jennelle’s passion is to provide a pathway for women to define the ultimate connection with their true selves, connected to a higher source of consciousness, in a relaxing space devoid of judgment with powerful and accessible methods. A true retreat away from a world increasingly dominated by masculine energy, striking the balance required to let our femininity shine.
The statistics are heartbreaking – one in four women is subject to sexual trauma at one point in their lives, and these are just the cases that we know about. Jennelle’s unique brand of healing is a divine source of inspiration for these women, and any who have feelings of self-condemnation or shame around their sexuality. She is a true visionary, and one who we are SO excited to have at Santosa Detox & Wellness Center in Phuket.
If you would like to meet the beautiful Jennelle in person and hear all about her story and her healing methods, then please join us for a FREE workshop at 4pm this Saturday 27th September on the Santosa Pavilion. Please email email@example.com to confirm your attendance.