Discovering the Tao and the Kashmiri massages I felt like my energy clicked all of a sudden and something slipped into the right place.
Being trained and working in allopathic medicine for many years I felt at a certain point that this was not enough anymore, that I needed something deeper and more holistic to really touch and help people on their way to self-discovery and healing.
Discovering the Tao and the Kashmiri massages I felt like my energy clicked all of a sudden and something slipped into the right place. Being a meditation made them even more appealing to me and I dived into them head on….or I should say soul on. I loved the way they were taught by Sarita and Nisarga, one step at a time, going deeper into meditation first, deeper inside ourselves, each day and then teaching and practicing them piece by piece. Opening more each day allowed us to fully experience the massage, in body, mind and spirit, both as givers and as receivers. The space they created helped us learn more about ourselves first in order to be able to offer this beautiful, healing touch to others.
When I started offering the massages I was astounded at the range of perceptions people had regarding the massages. This depended on how open they were, and on the issues the massage brought to the surface to be loved and healed. However, all shared one thing, which came up again and again: all who received the massage stated that they had never been touched like this before, emphasizing to me the importance of a loving, conscious touch, which is offered from the core of love in a space of meditation.