My name is Annabelle, blessed also with the name Charanbani Kaur.
My path is devoted to the healing and creative arts, supporting people to engage with life with more passion, ease, curiosity and confidence. For this, we work towards optimising physical health, creative flow, connecting with spirit, and being more consciously present with the soul.
I primarily serve with kundalini yoga and meditation, sound medicine, intuitive storytelling, self-enquiry exercises and holistic massage, accompanied by plants. I like to work in nature, supported by the organic and vital presence of the elements.
This line of work is ultimately about finding balance to then direct life force energy with greater clarity - balance of solar and lunar, personal and impersonal, infinity and finity consciousness, earth-water-wind-fire-ether. It includes detoxing physically and emotionally, reconciling and releasing memories, finding greater flow with creative energy and joy, and stimulating sensuality. We develop our relationship with the soul Self, and we become more awake to the ways in which wisdom and guidance is being transmitted by spirit in each moment.
Alongside my studies and certifications in kundalini yoga and sound healing, my approach is informed by:
- over 15 years study and practice in various lineages of yoga, including nearly 10 years of kundalini yoga and meditation; - living and studying in the mountains of Chiapas, Mexico for the past few years, learning with nature, wisdom keepers and native medicine practices; - studies and trainings in the neurophysiology of complex ptsd and its application to embodied practices, alongside my own lived experiences; - over 10 years of guiding people in intuitive participatory storytelling - certification in holistic massage with a combination of TCM and Toltec techniques; - trainings in energy healing and channelling; - a background in theatre and the performing arts, as practitioner and teacher, with a BA from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; - the experience of losing parents and a sibling as a child, and the long path to grief; - growing up in a rainforest, moving to the city, then finding my way back home (on this continuing path) to nature
It would be an honour to meet and share this work with you.