Wednesday, 17 March • 7:30-9:30 PM (GMT)
Can we heal our world through healing ourselves?
Join Glen Park, Alexander teacher and Chakra Therapist, in a theoretical and experiential exploration of the chakras.
The chakras are understood to be subtle energy centres which connect the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of our being. In the Sanskrit scriptures they are referred to as divine energies of consciousness.
In this session Glen will guide you through the seven major chakras from the Base to the Crown, exploring the psychological expression of each chakra and linking it to theories of developmental psychology. She will discuss the three principal nadis or subtle energy channels; Pingala, the Solar (traditionally masculine) channel; Ida, the Lunar (traditionally feminine) channel; and Sushumna, a central channel of balance. These different expressions of the chakras also have parallels with findings in developmental psychology.
By embracing and balancing all the different aspects of the psyche represented by the chakras, we have the potential to further our own development, and with that, our ability to influence the universal field of energy that surrounds our world.
Glen will end the session with a guided visualisation taking us through the chakra system at a more experiential level.
Glen Park is a healer, teacher, author, workshop leader and trainer, with over thirty years experience in the Alexander Technique and Chakra Healing Therapy. She is a philosophy graduate, and before training to be an Alexander teacher, worked in the professional theatre as an actor and playwright for ten years. She is also the proud mother of twin sons.
She has given talks and run workshops in Europe, USA and Canada, Australia and Japan, working with the general public, and with specialist groups such as actors and drama students, therapists and other body practitioners.
In her latest book ‘Chakra Healing Therapy; Awaken Spiritual Energies and Heal Emotional Wounds’ she explores the chakras in depth, as an embodied map of the psyche, drawing parallels between Eastern wisdom and modern Western research. For more information, please visit https://glenpark.uk/.
‘Glen Park – The Chakras as a Developmental Map of the Psyche’ is an evening webinar on Wednesday, 17 March • 7:30-9:30 PM (GMT).