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Kundalini & Chakra Balancing

Kundalini awakening therapy

60min  £90

The Kundalini is a very powerful, intense and healing form of energy that is lying dormant at the base of the spine, mooladhara (root) chakra. kundalini is compared to a snake coiled and sleeping within mooladhara chakra, the lowest energy center of sushumna, the spinal cord.

Once awakened, the Kundalini will rise from its resting-place under the sacrum and move up the spine, energizing and healing, eventually re-circulating throughout the entire body. The Kundalini is known to infuse a tremendous amount of energy into a person, and has an incredible ability to heal almost any affliction, be it physical, emotional or spiritual.  

Kundalini Massage is the method of awakening latent powers of super consciousness that are dormant in humans within their sushumna nadi or spinal cord. Kundalini is a form of energy (knowledge and consciousness energy) dormant, which can be awakened by different methods. Moving of Kundalini energy up the energy chakras or special energy centers in the sushumna opens the doors of knowledge and blissful divine experiences.



Chakra Balancing Massage

60min   £75

Chakras are our energy centres. Their function is to vitalize the physical body. Chakras are associated with our physical, mental and emotional interactions. There are seven chakras in our body.

Each of your chakras governs a specific function within your body, along with specific emotional issues associated with it.

Take for example the solar plexus chakra, which affects digestion. If a blockage occurs in the solar plexus chakra, due to stress, other emotional issues or poor diet, the chakra can become blocked and it can cause gas, indigestion, constipation and all sorts of uncomfortable digestive issues.

Mentally, the solar plexus chakra governs self-love and self-esteem, and is therefore involved with problems of indecisiveness, sensitivity to criticism and fear of rejection.

Chakra balancing massage is a fantastic treatment to balance your body, mind and spirit, encourage a state of deep relaxation and calm. Helps to heal deep seated past emotions stored in different chakras, revitalizes the entire body by providing energy. Advised in stress, tension, anxiety, insomnia, depression, anger, lack of confidence ,fear  and worries. A course of treatment is recommended for good results.



Chakras are energy points or knots in the subtle body. In Sanskrit the  word Chakra literally translates to wheel or disk. In yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda, this term refers to wheels of energy throughout the body. There are seven main chakras, which align the spine, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head.

They are the openings for life energy to flow into and out of our aura. They are associated with our physical, mental, and emotional interactions. Their function is to vitalize the physical body and to bring about the development of our self-consciousness.


 To visualize a chakra in the body, imagine a swirling wheel of energy where matter and consciousness meet. This invisible energy, called Prana, is vital life force, which keeps us vibrant, healthy, and alive.

1. Muladhara Chakra – Root Chakra 

The official name of this chakra, Muladhara, comes from the words Mula, which means root and Dhara, which means support.So, this chakra’s role is to connect all of your energy with the Earth, which is called grounding.

Muladhara or root chakra is symbolized by a lotus with four petals and the colour red and represents the element earth. Muladhara Chakra is located at the base of the spine between the anus and the genitals. It is said to relate to the adrenal medulla. 

Muladhara is related to survival, security, stability, ambition, self-sufficiency, also to basic human potentiality. Physically, Muladhara governs sexuality. Mentally, it governs stability.  Emotionally, it governs sensuality. Spritually, it governs a sense of security.


This chakra is where the three main Nadis, Ida and Pingala, separate and begin their upward movement - criss-crossing the centers of each chakra, rising up the Sushumna Nadi along the spinal cord until reaching the Right and Left Nostrils. Muladhara has a relation to the sense of Smell.

 When this chakra is out of balance, a person might feel unstable, ungrounded, lack of ambition, lack of purpose, fearful, insecure and frustrated. However when Muladhara Chakra is balanced a person might feel stable, confident, balanced, energetic, independent and strong.

Practicing the following postures helps to balance Muladhara Chakra: Tree Pose (Vrkshasana) and Mountain Pose (Tadasana).


2 Swadhishthana Chakra – Sacral Chakra


The second chakra, Swadishthana Chakra, is located at the lower abdomen, about four fingers below the navel. It radiates the color orange and represents the element water. Svadisthana or adhishthana is symbolized by a white lotus within which is a crescent moon, with six vermilion, or orange petals. 

This Chakra is considered to correspond to the testes or the ovaries that produce the various sex hormones involved in the reproductive cycle. Swadisthana is also considered to be related to the genital systems and the adrenals. The key issues involving Swadisthana are relationships, violence, addictions, basic emotional needs, and pleasure. Physically, Swadisthana governs reproduction. Mentally, it governs creativity.  Emotionally, it governs joy. Spiritually, it governs enthusiasm.


Swadhisthana has a relation to the sense of Taste.


When imbalanced, a person might feel emotionally explosive and irritable, lacking of energy and creativity, manipulative or obsessed with sexual thoughts. When Swadhishthana Chakra is balanced, a person might feel positive, vital, satisfied, compassionate, and intuitive.

You can work on balancing Swadhishthana Chakra by practicing balancing poses like Crow Pose (Kakasana) or standing poses like Triangle Pose (Trikonasana).


3 Manipura Chakra – Solar Plexus Chakra

      Manipura Chakra or Solar Plexus Chakra is located above the navel at the solar plexus (between the navel and the bottom of the rib cage). It represents the element fire and thus radiates yellow color.

Manipura or manipuraka is symbolized by a downward pointing triangle with ten petals, along with the color yellow. Manipura is related to the metabolic and digestive systems. Manipura is believed to correspond to Islets of Langerhans, which are groups of cells in the pancreas, as well as the outer adrenal glands and the adrenal cortex. These play a valuable role in digestion, the conversion of food matter into energy for the body.                 


Key issues governed by Manipura are issues of personal power, fear, anxiety, opinion-formation, introversion, and transition from simple or base emotions to complex. Physically, Manipura governs digestion, mentally it governs personal power, emotionally it governs expansiveness, and spiritually, all matters of growth.  Corresponding deity for material element of this chakra is Agni.

This chakra is characterized by energy and emotions like ego, anger and aggression. An imbalance of Manipura Chakra can manifest itself physically by digestive problems, liver problems or diabetes. On an emotional level one might struggle with depression, lack of self-esteem, anger and perfectionism. By bringing the chakra into balance one might feel energetic, confident, productive and focused.

Working on Manipura Chakra can be done in poses like Classical Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana), Classical Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)and Bow Pose (Dhanurasana).


4. Anahata Chakra – Heart Chakra

Anahata Chakra, Heart Chakra, as the name implies, is located at the heart region. Its color is green and the element is air.


Anahata, is symbolized by a circular flower with twelve green petals .

Anahata is related to the thymus, located in the chest. The thymus is an element of the immune system as well as being part of the endocrine system. It is the site of maturation of the T cells responsible for fending off disease and may be adversely affected by stress. Anahata is related to the colors green or pink. Key issues involving Anahata involve complex emotions, compassion, tenderness, unconditional love, equilibrium, rejection and well-being. Physically Anahata governs circulation, emotionally it governs unconditional love for the self and others. Mentally, it governs passion. Spiritually, it governs devotion.

 Anahata has a relation to the sense of Touch.When Anahata Chakra is out of balance a person might deal with emotional issues like anger, lack of trust, anxiety, jealousy, fear and moodiness. By harmonizing this chakra, you might feel compassionate, optimistic, friendly, motivated, understanding and caring.

Heart Chakra can be balanced by practicing poses like Half Bridge Pose (Ardha Setubandhasana), and Fish Pose (Matsyasana).



5. Vishuddha Chakra – Throat Chakra

The fifth Chakra, Throat Chakra, is located at the base of the throat, coinciding with the thyroid gland. Its color is bright blue and the element is space. Vishuddha or Vishuddhi is depicted as a silver crescent within a white circle, with 16 light or pale blue or turquoise petals. Vishuddha Chakra represents inspiration, expression, faith and the ability of communication. Imbalance of the Throat Chakra may lead to timidity, quietness, a feeling of weakness or the inability to express your thoughts. Balance of the Throat Chakra can manifest itself by creativity, positive self-expression, constructive communication and satisfaction.

. This chakra is paralleled to the thyroid, a gland that is also in the throat and which produces thyroid hormone, responsible for growth and maturation. Physically, Vishuddha governs communication, emotionally it governs independence, mentally it governs fluent thought, and spiritually, it governs a sense of security.


Vishuddhi has a relation to the sense of Hearing.

Throat Chakra is stimulated in poses like Shoulderstand (Sarvangasana) and Plough Pose (Halasana).


6. Ajna Chakra – Third Eye Chakra

Ajna Chakra (pronounced as ‘Agya Chakra’) is located in between the eyebrows. It is free of element but does have a color: indigo blue.

Third Eye Chakra is often used as a focus point during asana practice to bring more concentration and awareness. It is said that meditation on Ajna Chakra destroys the karma of past lives and gives liberation and intuitional knowledge. Its attributes are intelligence, intuition, understanding, insight and self-knowledge. When this chakra is out of balance, one might feel non-assertive, afraid of success, or on the contrary, be egoistical. Imbalance of Ajna Chakra can manifest itself on a physical level by headaches, blurry vision and eye strain. When Ajna Chakra is balanced, one is his own master without fear of death and free of attachment to material things.

Ajna is symbolized by a lotus with two petals, and corresponds to the colors violet, indigo or deep blue, though it is traditionally described as white.

Ajna (along with Bindu), is known as the third eye chakra and is linked to the pineal gland which may inform a model of its envisioning. The pineal gland is a light sensitive gland that produces the hormone melatonin which regulates sleep and waking up, and is also postulated to be the production site of the psychedelic dimethyltryptamine, the only known hallucinogen endogenous to the human body. Ajna's key issues involve balancing the higher and lower selves and trusting inner guidance. Ajna's inner aspect relates to the access of intuition. Mentally, Ajna deals with visual consciousness. Emotionally, Ajna deals with clarity on an intuitive level.


Ajna Chakra is stimulated when practicing Headstand (Shirshasana).

7. Sahastrara Chakra – Crown Chakra

The seventh Chakra, Sahastrara Chakra, is located at the crown of the head. Also this chakra doesn’t represent an element. It is violet in colour.

Sahastrara Chakra is the center of spirituality, enlightenment, dynamic thought and energy. It allows for the inward flow of wisdom and brings the gift of cosmic consciousness. When out of balance, one might suffer from a constant sense of frustration, no spark of joy and destructive feelings.

Sahasrara, which means 1000 petal’d lotus, is generally considered to be the state of pure consciousness, within which there is neither object nor subject.    Sahasrara is represented by the color violet.

 Balancing Sahasrara Chakra can be done by practicing Headstand (Shirshasana).



Related Body Areas


Pineal gland, central nervous system.

Third eye

Pituitary gland, pineal gland, third eye.


Thyroid gland, parathyroid, throat, mouth.


Thymus gland, heart, lungs.

Solar Plexus

Adrenal glands, stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder.


Prostate gland, ovaries, womb, genitals, testicles.


Colon, spinal column, legs.


The Chakras and their associated colours and qualities


Chakra & Colour




Top of Head

Union of divine/infinite intelligence with human nature; inspiration, spiritual will/self, idealism, perfection

Third eye(Ajna)

Between brows

Intuition, imagination, vision, clairvoyance, wisdom, devotion, concentration, creative visualisation



Communication, speech, creative writing & expression through sound; truth, knowledge, loyalty



Unconditional love, compassion, forgiveness, balance, peace, understanding, harmony, centre of the soul


Below chest

Self-esteem, willpower, confidence, warmth, humour, physical energy, nervous sensitivity, centre of human recognition


Lower abdomen

Sexual desire, procreation, change, joy, tolerance, harmony, adapting to new ideas


Base of spine

Survival instinct, self-preservation, courage, grounding, material stability, vitality, passion, the power to create






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