Healing properties of Yoga-Water

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Healing properties of Yoga-Water

Our brain and heart are composed of 73% of water. When we connect with the Water Element it supports the healing and balance of our whole being.

Molecules of water have a memory and are highly influenced by thoughts and the vibration around it. Through a mindful Yoga-Water practice you balance your thoughts, your breath with your emotions and heart frequency.

The floating sensation on the water brings a sense of belonging and release that is unique to this Element. When you are in a yoga posture, breathe consciously in the area of tension and are receptive to the subtle move of the water_ the experience provides a profound connection and healing benefit.

When we practice yoga-water we receive the healing from the Water and can also bring healing to the Water that surrounds us. It is a healing water ritual through yoga asanas and mindfulness.



Christelle Chopard was born in one of the most beautiful country in the world: Switzerland. Even that it is a privilege for her to be native from such a wonderful, harmonious, conscious place, she has been inspired to travel the world and explore many different cultures. Ms Chopard began to study and work professionally in holistic consulting, therapies, and self development in 1991. Since then, she explored many ways, and forms to support the wellbeing and evolution, in different cultures. She founded the DHARMI® Map & Institute for Holistic Development which is a synthesis of those approaches into a simple, yet profound and integrative program. At this time, Christelle Chopard is based in Miami, Florida. She offers her services online with people worldwide, in person with people who are located in Florida and travels regularly to lead seminars in Switzerland, Colombia, USA, and in the location of your choice. She practices outdoor sports regularly: skiing, swimming, paddleboarding, yoga, and her main hobby: kitesurfing. She began to practice yoga on stand up paddle board (sup) in 2009. The connection between yoga and the elements of nature gives me the chance to apply the philosophy, practices and teachings in a holistic way. She leads seminars and specific trainings for yoga on sup, on yoga watermat®, as well as teacher training for DHARMI-Yoga® She is the author of three books about the Map for holistic development, manuals for yoga on sup, and yoga watermat. She also produced instructional videos.

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