Nadya is the creator and founder of Aquanimity – a water based healing modality that combines energy work, sound healing, massage, and stretching. Sessions are done while being supported in 96-degree water where clients can expect to be feel held, cradled, and supported. The goal of a session is to evoke a sense of timelessness so that clients can have time for themselves. Time to unravel the layers of what they’re holding on to and look deeper at what’s behind the pain.
[1:00] What is Aquanimity?
[3:30] Feeling held
[6:00] The process of Aquanimity
[9:30] Finding what’s behind that pain
[10:30] A constantly evolving modality
[14:28] The advantage of water work
[17:45] Aquanimity vs Watsu
[23:20] Transitioning into healing work
[25:25] Incorporating crystals
[30:40] Healing from water trauma
[37:00] It’s about feeling safe
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