The Inner Smile meditation- an ancient and profound technique from the Tibetan and Taoist traditions which helps to open the heart
The Inner Breath - feeling the breath -a beautiful and calming practice in itself and a foundation for many different practices allowing an experience of stillness and presence
AcuEnergetics Light Body meditations- these are ancient mystical practices which help awaken chakras & energetic centers - they are expansive, helping us on our journey to discover the light within. They are heart centered and based in ancient knowledge from Taoism, Sufism and Kaballah . Included are Circulation of the Light and Tree of Life meditations
Qi Gong comes from the Taoist tradition and uses specific gentle movements and internal energy practices which promote the flow of Qi and are relaxing, balancing and healing
Mindfulness & Self Healing practices
to promote relaxation, physical healing and
emotional well being
These meditations help us
to move beyond the mind,
open the heart and
experience light, bliss and
with Rupa for meditation training,,
the AcuEnergetics light body meditations are forgotten practices from ancient Taoist and Judaic texts that Kevin Niv Farrow the founder of Acuenergetics has understood and brought back to their practical aspects in the AcuEnergetics meditation program........
“I work in a demanding mind-focussed corporate environment and Rupa’s retreat felt beautifully grounding and refreshing as if someone had pressed the re-set button and turned off the mind for the day. I highly recommend Rupa’s meditation work”
(Dagmar Strohmaier – Corporate Lawyer – Sydney) ...
"Balance may sound intangible, but there are chemical markers for every benefit that meditation brings. The negative effect of stress on the heart, as well as the recovery process from stress, is driven by the production of hormones and neurotransmitters throughot the body. Meditation has been found to be a powerful means of rebalacing these biochemicals....."
Deepak Chopra MD How Meditation affects Health