Last September I had the opportunity to meet again my Yoga Teachers Sebastian Pucelle and Murielle Burellier, to further learn about Yin Yoga and The Meridians Series.

Sebastian Pucelle, Murielle Burellier and Luz A. Lovern September 2014, Thailand

Sebastian Pucelle, Murielle Burellier and Luz A. Lovern September 2014, Thailand

“Learning how to heal yourself with the practice of Yin – Yoga, tapping into the life-force of the body called Prana )in India or Qi (in China) using the nervy pathways named, Nadis or Meridians.Going deeper into the practice of Yin-Yoga will promote the removal of blockages and stagnation of energy, enhancing the flow of Qi to stimulate the function of the Meridians and Main Organs restoring and balancing our physical, energetic and emotional health through the practice of the Yin Yoga Meridians Series”.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga practice has transformative effects on body and mind. The gentle but consistent stimulation of the connective tissues encourages long-term health and flexibility of the joints, recharges the energetic system of the body and naturally draws the mind inward into a relaxed, meditative state. It also prepares the body and mind for longer meditation practices.

Our Yin Yoga Teacher Training is overlapping Yogic,Taoist and Buddhist concepts to contemplate and interpret the essential message of those different traditions.From the gross to the subtle we believe in cultivating an awareness of all the different aspects of the individual, combining body/mind perception as a practice to positively influence, modify, and transform one’s health and consciousness. from www.with-yinyoga.com

Using our body to reach the mind that brings tremendous benefits in our life. Improving our well being, calming our mind and leting us more focused and stillness.

Using our body t o reach the mind.  Wood Element.

Using our body t o reach the mind. Wood Element.

After this workshop with Sebastian and Murielle, I was feeling emotionally and physically different, more clear and calmed, more peace in my heart helping me to embrace the present moment. Working with the Life Force bringing our internal organs to the balance and harmony that we need.

Clean up the fears, anger and negative emotions to reach the inner peace and moving fearless in this Planet.

Today I am moving with freedom, taking care of my Liver and all my internal organs to keep the internal harmony taking care of my emotions and detoxing my path.

Ancient Taoists viewed the life as energy and referred to powerful life forces as spirits. The planets Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Mercury and Saturn, and their related directions, East, South, West, North and Center, were considered potent life forces or spirits, because internal organs correspond to planets. Their related directions were also referred to as spirits. Planetary spirit is internal organ spirit, and internal organ spirit is human spirit.
Taoist cultivate arts, including nei dan (internal alchemy), developing conscious awareness of the undivided connection between these five spirits or aspects of life, allowing a profound experience of one’s true nature.

The Five Elements and the relationship with our Internal Organs.  Learning how we can keep the harmony and balance in daily life.

The Five Elements and the relationship with our Internal Organs. Learning how we can keep the harmony and balance in daily life.

I am sharing with all of you some notes from this experience and hope you can find the good energies around.

Also a very good recommendation from my teachers and friends Sebastian and Murielle the book is from Ted J. Kaptchuk “Chinese Medicine The web that has no weaver”

Be at the House of Hun, the eternal soul.

by Luz A. Lovern