Temple Bodywork

Body of Bliss ~ Sacred Temple Bodywork


While the Kundalini Body of Bliss Therapy IS Tantric
, the recipient is in a horizontal & passive receptive space, rather than sitting up or interactive. A combination of bodywork styles are blended with full body-to-body flowing strokes, moving the energy continuously around the recipient's body; deep, strong, light and soft... Kundalini Body of Bliss Therapy is Sacred Temple Bodywork, our unique loving, shamanic & holistic version of Hawaiian Temple Bodywork. It is an invitation to be embraced fully in to "the wings of the Dove"... our wings, with Love.

The receiver is encouraged to go on an inward journey to experience the healing fully and deeply, to enter into a loving shamanic trance. This is an opportunity to connect one's body-heart-mind with the Fountains of Radiant Bliss, Source Creation.

It is the human condition of separateness that has us longing to touch and be touched, without judgment, in unconditional love and acceptance. We invite the shamanic tantric awakening to the love within the sacred temple of one's own heart and being, to the Art and Body of Bliss!

Tantric Ritual Bodywork

Tantric Ritual Bodywork combines the Kundalini Body of Bliss ~ Sacred Temple Bodywork(read above) ~ with various additional active tantric principles. The intention of our Tantric Ritual Bodywork sessions is to explore in a mutually dynamic interactive way, while bringing in Sacred Ritual components.

In this experience the Recipient is a loving participant and together as Giver & Receiver, we embody the love dance of Shakti & Shiva,  Dynamic action & Spacious stillness, Goddess & God, unveiling and mirroring our pure divine essence. We will play with many tantric yoga poses ~ beginning by opening our hearts through eye-gazing and dropping into a Ujai Ocean breath (slow deep breathing where you can hear the breath as it flows through the back of your throat), while sitting together in yab-yum(lover's yoga pose).

We will explain in the beginning how to follow the giver/therapist's breath & gestures. We will use words when necessary, yet, it's so nice to dissolve into essence, to escape the mind's constructs, to follow by touch, by tenderness, by intuition, by Spirit, by Love.


More Offerings:

Thai & Ayurvedic Bodywork

Hands on Healing

Group Energy Healing

Trauma Healing

Somatic Therapy

and more...

“Let the Way of the Heart shine thru~
Love upon Love upon Love,
All hearts are beating as one.
Light upon light upon light,
Shining as bright as the Sun.”

Like a Thousand Suns,
Thought is energy, and that energy stimulates energy factors in one’s hands. During the laying on of hands, the more concentrated one’s thoughts are on the Healing hands—as Goddess Instruments of Healing—the more energy activity is stimulated in the hands and in the part of the body being touched by the hands.

In the laying on of hands, we allow ourselves to be pure vessels, sacred chalices for the Radiant Light of Parā Devi to flow thru us and overflow from the Infinite Fountains of Divine Bliss.

May our outpouring be of benefit to all those we touch.

पराप्रावेशिका

Parā-prāveśikā

विश्वात्मिकां तदुत्तिर्णां हृदयं परमेशितुः।परादिशक्तिरूपेण स्फुरन्तीं संविदं नुमः॥

Viśvātmikāṁ taduttirṇāṁ hṛdayaṁ parameśituḥ |
Parādi-śakti-rūpeṇa sphurantīṁ saṁvidaṁ numaḥ ||

We sing the praises of the Heart of the Supreme Divinity, that vibrating & scintillating Consciousness in the form of the Three Powers (Parādi-śakti), manifesting as everything and yet transcending everything. || (Invocation verse)

Here, verily, the Supreme Divinity is the Light of Consciousness (prakāśa), and the Light of Consciousness has Reflectivity (vimarśa) as its essence. Reflectivity is so called because while taking the form/appearance of everything, shining as everything, and reabsorbing everything, [that Light] continually vibrates as the natural ‘I’-sense.

And …
“That pure unlimited consciousness transcending all principles of reality that are limited by nature from earth to Shiva alone is the supreme reality, that is the ground for the establishment of all things, that is the vital essence of the universe, by that all things live and breathe, and that alone am I. Thus, I embody all things and yet transcend all things. I embody the universe and yet transcend the universe. “-Tantrasara, Abhinavagupta

(Sanskrit translations by Christopher Wallis)