Emotional Soothing Healing Balm - Kundalini Yoga Workshop


Schedule & Booking

  • Date: 25/11/2023
  • Teacher: Sat Guru (Cheryl Baker)
  • Price: £45.00

Saturday 25th November

3.45pm - 6.45pm

Book Workshop

The trauma that is held within the body may lead to emotional dysregulation. It is believed that somatic experiencing therapy works by releasing the trauma that becomes “trapped” in the body. One aspect of this dysregulation is known as the freeze response, 2 our body's primitive defence against danger.

How to release emotions from the body

1. acknowledging your feelings.

2. working through trauma.

3. trying shadow work.

4. making intentional movement.

5. practicing stillness.

Working with somatic-kundalini kriya, pranayama to alleviate uncomfortable emotions, like sadness, fear, anger, irritability through a kundalini rebirth kriya soft & gentle to do inner house cleanse mind-body-soul, soft nidra savasana, subconscious cleanse, planting a seed for nourishing abundance & peaceful mind.

- pranayama

- Kundalini rebirth kriya

- Savasana with neroli oil & Nidra & Gong

- Reiki infused Jasmine Green Tea (promotes clarity of mind & deepens a meditative experience)

- Ritual & Cards & Sharing Circle

- Kundalini meditation for deep mind reset, 3rd eye activation & Sat Chit Anand (Existence Consciousness Bliss manifested in reality)

- Curated by Sat Guru Kaur

- Somatic Experiencing Therapist, Psychotherapist, Kundalini yoga teacher trainer, Reiki Master



Now let’s take a look at how essential oils are thought to work in the brain to help with depression.

There is a connection between the sense of smell and other brain functions.

Smells travel as chemical messages via sense receptors and the olfactory nerve to the limbic area of the brain, and particularly to the amygdala and the hippocampus.

These are the areas of the brain associated with emotions, mood, pain, pleasure, and also with memories of emotions.

Smells become associated with emotions themselves and can also invoke memories of emotions.

So, for example, if you use an essential oil while meditating, you learn to associate the fragrance with a state of deep relaxation.

Sweet smells have been shown to reduce pain by activating the opioid receptors in the brain.

It’s been found that the molecules in essential oils are small enough to cross the blood-brain barrier.

And once they enter the brain’s limbic system, they can have a direct impact on mood.

There is such a strong connection between smell and emotions that people who lose their sense of smell often develop depression.

Conversely, people who are depressed may have low sensitivity to smells.

Neroli. How It Promotes Sleep: Neroli is known for promoting a relaxed and slightly hypnotic feeling and can be a helpful catalyst for lucid dreaming and sparking creativity. It aids sleep due to its soothing qualities and functionality as a natural tranquilizer.


The benefits of Neroli essential oil

Like the other flower essential oils, its chemical structure is complicated with many different volatile compounds and properties that give it its therapeutic effects. In Aromatherapy, it is primarily used for its ability to reduce stress. It can be helpful when there is ongoing emotional upset that results in Insomnia, panic attacks or anxiety. Often stress can impact the digestive system, and Neroli can be helpful, when used in a message blend, in calming tummy issues that are stress-related. It is also considered a gentle tonic and restorative for the skin. It can be used on all skin types, although it is very good for drier and more mature skin.