Laoura Gini

Laoura is an alternative therapist, musician, composer and Sound therapist.
She holds master degree in classical piano performance and composition from
National Conservatory of Athens. Her post – degrees studies include Music
Therapy, Music Centered Psychotherapy ,Kriya Yoga philosophy  and Pranic
Healing techniques.
Has lived for many years in India, exploring the Nada Yoga (Yoga of Sound) and
studied sitar in Dhrupad style. That experience allowed and drove her to immerse
master the therapeutic properties of  Sacred Sound  instruments, the Planetary
Gongs and the  Tibetan singing Bowls, an ancient system based on the theory of
Pythagoras for the Harmony of the Spheres and  the Healing Power of Sound.
She also has a Master’s degree in Traditional Thai Massage from the well known
ITM in Thailand, as of IIA center Ancient Ayurveda Medicine of Kerala and Pranic
Healer certification from IMCKS, Bangalore, in India. With a great zeal and
sensitive inclination for Natural and Holistic Therapies; she soon pursued further
training in Shiatsu, Deep Tissue and Rejuvenation Face Lift.
The last 20 years she has lived in Santorini island where she offers private and
group Sound Healing session treatments,engaging the cosmic vibration of her
unique therapeutic touch.
My Articles

Definitions of Yoga

Sanskrit definition of yoga Yoga means ‘union’ or ‘connection’. In Sanskrit, the word ‘yoga’ is used to signify any form of connection. Yoga is both a state of connection and a body of techniques that allow us to connect to anything. Conscious connection to something...

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Niyamas

According to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, the “pathway” (the way towards development and evolution of consciousness and its elevation to the light) of yoga leads upwards to eight stages. In the previous article we discussed about yamas, the first stage. The secong stage,...

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The five Yamas

The eightfold pathway of yoga According to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, the “pathway” (the way towards development and evolution of consciousness and its elevation to the light) of yoga leads upwards to eight stages. First stage (Yama) The first stage requires moral...

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WHAT YOU DON’T SEE in WARRIOR 2

When someone is in Warrior 2 position, what we see is that he has spread his legs and raised his arms… Easy, right? Let us examine what we don’t see and why this posture is so exquisite and so liked by many Let’s start our check from the floor up The feet are not just...

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I am not flexible… Can I do yoga?

When my daughter was little and the time had come for her to go to school, she was panicked and did not want to.  “Why child, don’t you want to go to school? “  “How can I go??? I don’t even know how to read!!!” This is a true story… It seemed very funny to me and I...

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Yin Yoga Secrets

Where there is the light, there is the shadow and none of these conditions is permanent. Each one encounters the possibility to be transformed to the other.  Yin Yang symbol pictures this by bringing a spot of light in the dark side and vice versa. Yin is the...

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The 5 stages of an asana

INTRODUCTION Just like when we were young children, when we first started to walk, it was hard in the beginning. It took time and practice. We would fall and get up again, and fall again… When we learn something new, our nervous system forms new synapses in order to...

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