Below you can find the practices from which we choose to build our sessions from.
Every session is individually designed accordingly to the needs of the participants and the types of offerings.

Sound & Voice Practices

  • Sound meditation and sound therapy
  • Toning, vocalization, voice opening exercises, chanting and singing
  • Working with attentive listening of overtone-harmonic instruments


Generative Contemplative Practices

  • Guiding Intentions and mindset
  • Loving-kindness
  • Cultivation of compassion and self-compassion
  • Contemplative prayers
  • Heart-centered meditations and breathwork
  • Insight Meditation; self-inquiry and centering


Meditation & Mindfulness Elder Care Practices

  • Insight Meditation; self-inquiry and centering
  • Focused attention meditations such as body scanning and single-pointed attention
  • Guided visualizations
  • Breathwork (mindful and deep breathing)
  • Reflective meditation & mental relaxation – quieting and clearing the mind
  • Open awareness, silence, developing capacity to be present


Sensory Invigoration Practices

  • Sensory stimulation practices aimed to work with intuition and deep level emotions and to explore ultra-sensory memories
  • Aromatherapy and flower essence therapy

Movement & Body-Oriented Practices

  • Holistic therapeutic techniques to unveil relationships between body and emotions and to identify and release traumas
  • Body prayer techniques based on Eurythmy
  • Simple stretching, light yoga and Qigong techniques
  • Therapeutic touch


Creative Imagination Process Practices

  • Creative and imaginative stimulation
  • Cognitive visual practices to enhance control of attention


Relational Practices

  • Storytelling exercises and working with archetypes and symbolism to amplify imagination and creativity
  • Verbal and nonverbal communication and sharing at a deep emotional level
  • Deep listening, sharing and intimate, respectful, and loving communication
  • Group resonance exercises


Spiritual Practices Based on Natural Laws

  • Designing and setting environment, safe space: non-hierarchical, caring, relaxing, respectful, non-judgmental, intimate container
  • Working with spaciousness and awareness of space and directions
  • Working with sacred elements, geometry and universal rituals
  • Symbolic offerings and takeaways such as fresh flowers
  • Connection with cycles and rhythms of nature and the elements
  • Experience of cyclical time
  • Exploration of the Feminine Principle in spiritual traditions