The contemporary world crises are conditioning and challenging our species on many levels, affecting every structure in the deep down full human body, manifesting and resulting in complex mental and physical more or less severe illness.

Since the very start of our existence, Music has had a major role in the evolution of every species, structures, and objects in our world. For tribes and religions, music is the medium that transcends and connects living souls to higher forces, to reach specific states of consciousness in order for them to serve better their communities, and on a larger duty to serve the world. Music and Sounds in our contemporary societies have nowadays develop various faces, colours, movements; the different genres have opened-up and music has expanded its language, speeding up human evolution. Music is a powerful tool that educates us, entertains and also heals us. It is a medium that connects one to another, a medium exploited by scientists, doctors, and many other structures like Nasa that combine art and science to help raise awareness and interest for the benefit of space science and technology for a connection to everything that surrounds us - the oneness.

Sabrina over the last seven years has researched and developed in her music work a sonic language linking both aesthetic, memory and healing aspect. She has been trained and certified as a Yoga teacher, Marma Abhyanga massage therapist and Sound Therapist in North and South of India in traditional schools. The immediate contact with southern American tribes, Indian masters, and researches on psychology and neurology, as well as travelling to collect memories of the human experience of time, have brought her into her actual environment. Fervently, since 3 years Sabrina has fully embraced numbers of testimonials offered to a large and varied audience in Germany and Asia. The sonic sessions she leads, from individual to group are a blend made of the medicinal cacao plant, acoustic healing instruments, electronic sounds tune on specific frequency, all tapping into different rhythms, tones, intervals reflecting their different therapeutic effects based on the very moment based on the particular needs of her audience. Creating and opening a space where one individual bathes into a flow of vibrations appropriate to his or her needs, permitting a connection to the now. When sound healing is applied on you, it promotes, 

  • Release of energetic blockages in the physical, mental, emotional and etheric levels.

  • Relaxation and deep peaceful states.

  • Restoration and balance of health and well being.

  • An increase of creativity and focus.

  • Expanded and empowered states of awareness, making one feel more grounded.



A glance at Marma Abhyanga massage



In India Ayurveda has originated as a part of “Vedic Science”, it’s considered at the 5th Veda “Upveda” of “Atharveda” (Vedic religion and the laid down of the basis of classical Hinduism. They were probably composed between 1500 and 700 BC, and contain hymns, philosophy, and guidance on ritual.) The word “Ayurveda” is derived from two words Ayu - meaning Life and Veda - meaning knowledge or science. Objective of Ayurveda;

  • Preventive and Social medicine by maintaining the health of a healthy person.

  • Therapeutics by relieving from the misery of suffering.

The science that describes what is appropriate and inappropriate for healthy life what is happy or unhappy life and describes the guidelines for what is essential and irrelevant for a long life, and everything about life, called Ayur-Veda.

Abhyanga is the manipulation of superficial layers of skin, muscles and connective tissue with a special concentration on vital points called Marma (Marma science is the combination of scientific attitude and religious practises by the mediation of experiential philosophy and is part of the human beings long experience in day to day life for the achievement of mortal and immortal gains. According to Ayurveda, the term Marma is defined as “Maarayathithe marma” meaning that which causes serious damage to health or produce disability when injured. There is about 107 Marmas point in the all body.) to enhance the functions of the body and promote relaxation and well being. The importance and benefits of Abhyanga as described in Ayurvedic texts,

  • Jarahara - it delays the ageing process, rejuvenates the body and preserves youthful qualities.

  • Shramahara and Klamapaha - it helps to overcome fatigue and relieves weakness.

  • Vatahara - it prevents and corrects the disorders caused by vitiated Vata.

  • Drishti Prasadakara and Indriya Prasadakara - It promotes sharp eye sight and also improves of all the senses. It also improves concentration and intelligence.

  • Pushtikara - Abhyanga makes the body well formed by nourishing all seven Dathus (fluids, blood, muscles, adipose tissues, bones, bone marrow, semen).

Abhyanga massage provides nourishment to all the seven Dathus and makes the body strong, increases stamina, vitality and virility. Therefore Abhyanga is practised right from the birth and is advised for all age group. Person suffering from indigestion, acute illness, bleeding disorders, diabetes or in their menstruation time would have to avoid a treatment.

Marmas science is the combination of scientific attitude and religious practises by the mediation of experiential philosophy and is part of the human beings long experience in day to day life for the achievement of mortal and immortal gains. According to Ayurveda, the term Marma is defined as “Maarayathithe marma” meaning that which causes serious damage to health or produce disability when injured. There is about 107 Marmas point in the all body.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ABHYANGA FULL BODY MASSAGE SUPPORTED BY SOUND HEALING?

  • Deep relaxation

  • Alleviates joint pain

  • Recalibrates blood circulation

  • Reduces muscular tension

  • Nourishes connective tissue

  • Promotes healthy posture and alignment

  • Calms the parasympathetic nervous system

  • Increases mental and emotional clarity

  • Assists in enhancing vitality and stamina

  • Rejuvenates the skin

  • Restores sleep to its natural rhythms

  • Aids in the detoxification and elimination process

A total acceptance of yourself brings about a total transcendence of yourself.

 
 

“A total acceptance of yourself brings about a total transcendence of yourself”

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