Healing Arts are holistic practices that are rooted in time-honored therapeutic disciplines that cultivate rejuvenation, bring energetic balance to the whole and empower us to serve as a catalyst of resilience and universal love.

Healing art practices bring us closer to the heart of the divine in us that inspires awe and wonder in every breath we take, in every voice we hear and in every soul we encounter.   In a state of Universal Love, we can truly understand ourselves and authentically connect with others.

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AcroYoga

Acro Yoga is a blend of acrobatics, yoga & thai massage. In Acro Yoga we are challenged to believe not only in others, but to believe in ourselves. Through this practice we are constantly shown that we, and others, are capable of so much more than we think possible. 

Laughter Yoga

Laughter Yoga helps to change your mood within minutes by releasing certain chemicals from your brain cells called endorphins. Laughter Yoga is combination of deep breathing exercises from yoga and laughter exercises, which oxygenates our body and brain, making us feel more healthy and energetic. We initiate laughter as a body exercise in a group and with eye contact and childlike playfulness. It soon turns into real and contagious laughter for a playful and sacred shared experience.

Partner-Yoga

Partner yoga is the art of using each other’s body weight and breath to open and warm the body. This practice includes therapeutic flying as an inverted aerial massage.

Sound Healing

Sound healing technique facilitates shifts in our brainwave state by synchronizing fluctuating brainwaves to a stable frequency which the brainwave can attune to. By using rhythm and frequency, we can influence our brain waves and learn to down-shift our normal consciousness to a state of deep relaxation, and even meditative trance, a space where emotional and physical healing can occur.

Thai Massage

Thai massage is more energizing and rigorous than more classic forms of massage. Thai massage is also called Thai yoga massage, because the therapist uses his or her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches.

Interfusion Festival’s healing arts program embraces the mind, body and energetic dynamics of the practices facilitated by world known instructors.

 

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