What are the blocks that hold us back? Why do we allow ourselves to be silenced? What makes our truth and our expression of it an amazing tool for healing past trauma as well as paving the way for our future? For many, the voice and expressing it is a huge block in life. Through experiences in our past we often become shut down. Not being able to speak our truth authentically can hold us back from being fully aligned with our greatest purpose and in the flow of everything that life offers us.
Join Justine for Finding Your Voice – a journey into the authentic nature of self-expression and healing. This workshop will involve a Vinyasa Flow sequenced towards heart and throat opening. The throat chakra and moving the vibration of sound through this area of the body (NadaYoga) from a deeper place within us is the key to unlocking much of our power. There will be experiential work, self-enquiry, group work, sound healing and kirtan (with Shane Hamill on guitar).
The intention is for all participants to be held supportively through this journey.This can be confronting,however ultimately can provide incredible breakthroughs and feelings of freedom and personal power. It’s a super playful/creative way to explore movement in your body!
Justine is Studio Co-owner and Senior Facilitator of Power Living New Zealand. A Yoga teacher, Vocalist, Gestalt Trained Psychotherapist as well as mum of 3 children. She is extremely passionate about trauma sensitive work in yoga and creating and holding a safe space and container for students to explore. Her ability to read and hold space as well as duty of care with those in process is something she takes very seriously with a great level of responsibility.
Her own personal journey of finding her voice from a very timid, shy 20-year-old who wouldn’t speak (let alone sing) in front of a group, to a now 40-year-old who has sung in front of up to 24,000 people, taught 1,000s of students and trained 100s of teachers is truly inspirational and something she is passionate about sharing with others on their journey into freedom and self-expression.