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Gi Wellness offers you different types of meditation every month, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. What they share is focused concentration. During a meditation practice, we try to achieve a state of awareness of our thoughts and feelings, and a connection with ourselves and our environment. Over time, a meditation practice can help you experience greater peace and well-being.


Sound journey

Binod Katuwal

The Sound Journey tries to expose the body to intentional and harmonious vibrations. Through sound stimuli information is transmitted to our body and makes it "Re-Sound" with these sounds. Music and sound can be very powerful tools of transformation for body and soul.


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In these concerts different instruments are used whose harmonious vibrations resonate in us, such as Tibetan Bowls, Quartz Crystal Bowls, Tuning Cords with different frequencies, Rain Sticks, Buthang, Rattlesnakes, Sansula, etc.… The most simple and direct communication with cells is through the vibrations of sound.
Sound is vibration, audible vibration, energy with a certain wave frequency.

On this trip you will be able to experience all these sensations and discover them in yourself.
Sound is vibration, audible vibration, energy with a certain wave frequency.

Due to the current COVID situation, face-to-face places are limited. So do not hesitate and contact us to reserve your place.

A moment full of magic and vibration that you can't miss.



The benefits of a session with this type of instrument are many:

• On a physical level stress relief and relaxation.

• At the mental level deep meditation, giving us mental clarity.

• On an emotional level the frequency of the harmonics releases emotional tensions, relaxing the nervous system.

• At the energy level it produces a balance and cleanliness of the chakras and aura, favoring the connection with higher vibrational planes.

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"In a minute of silence alone with myself, I first become aware of what I'm doing, and then I can choose whether to look for a better way."

Spencer Johnson

Yoga Nidra

esther ventós

Yoga nidra or conscious sleep, is an immensely powerful form of meditation. Although normally the person who begins to practice yoga nidra does so for its great relaxing effect, without having to make an effort to access relaxation as the practice is done lying face up in a savasana position.


The word Savasana consists of two parts: sap which means corpse and asana which means to be in the posture. ...

As in all yoga asanas, we need practice, we are not talking about posture but attitude. The body relaxed in total immobility, the mind reduced to a minimum but staying awake.
We usually think that relaxing would be, for example, lying on the couch with nothing to do and although this may be fine, it has nothing to do with what it really means to relax. True relaxation happens when we can relax our emotions and calm our minds.


  Full attention is developed, through a set of methods the consciousness is gradually opened and expanded. To do this, we work systematically disconnecting the attention of the senses and maintaining attention in the internal experience. So the cerebral cortex stops receiving information from the motor organs. And the conscious mind goes into the background.
When this happens the mind becomes more receptive, as the intellect and senses relax and therefore does not apply a selection and judgment to the information we receive.

In this state of receptivity the mind becomes very powerful, and it is necessary to train it. This is the proposal of yoga nidra, which begins by focusing on a dynamic and changing object, which is much easier for the mind. Attention moves through different parts of the body, focuses on changing emotions and internal symbols or images, and is actually working with the upper centers of the brain but not through the senses.





  • Reduces tension and stress.

  • It helps you achieve your goals.

  • The formulation of sankalpa is introduced at all levels of your mind and focuses on your goal.

  • Relax the mind and body.

  • It reveals important parts of the unconscious and purifies your mind.

  • It awakens creativity and empties the mind.

  • Improves memory and learning.

  • Yoga Nidra has been shown to relieve pain and work therapeutically for your body.

  • Increases willpower.

  • Improves insomnia and sleep quality.

  • It has been used in post-traumatic stress disorder treatments.


"Attentive breathing is a kind of bridge that connects the body with the mind"

Thich Nhat Hanh

Meditation Cycle

Navnihal Singh

MEDITATIONS in the NAAD : Series of meditations where sacred texts of Hindu philosophy are pronounced and sung; specifically from the book of the Siri Guru Grand Sahib. The pronunciation of these texts in Gurmuki language, causes the subconscious to be cleansed to achieve a more conscious and full life. Each meditation will have a specific goal: prosperity, peace, balance, energy….



KUNDALINI MEDITATIONS : A series of meditations and breathing exercises (Pranayamas) where the vital energy called Kundalini is activated and redirected. These meditations are confrontational and the assiduous practitioner takes control of his life, gains will and perseverance.

KRIYAS DE VENUS: These are Yoga exercises performed in pairs, usually of the opposite sex. This intensifies the experiences of the exercises through the male-female polarities. Pregnant women cannot make Kriyas from Venus.



HEAVENLY COMMUNICATIONS: These are choreographies performed through Kundalini Mantras. It is a tool for mental relaxation and a very good anti-stress where the right hemisphere of the brain is the protagonist.


"Meditation teaches us to ignore distractions and focus our attention on what we want to focus on"  

Daniel Goleman

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