A door that opens into an enchanted world, a dream, the dream of our soul 

Chakradance is an intuitive dance of liberation and expansion, deeply healing practice for wellbeing based on the Archetypes of the psychology of C.G. Jung. It uses dynamic moving meditations, during the session Lluvia, the facilitator, serenades and tells stories while a variety of music with very different rhythms, frequencies specially created to resonate vibrationally with each of our 7 main chakras (the energy centers that regulate our whole mind-body-spirit energy system) which are related to our patterns, emotions, organs and glands. Eyes closed, the journey into our inner self begin. We enter our space and time. In a circle we start with a sound meditation. We dance and move with free and spontaneous movements. As we move our chakras, we’ll open our body to release the stuck energy that is no longer serving us. Balancing the chakras leads us to many benefits, including better relationships, improved confidence and self esteem, emotional and physical health, enhanced creativity, and heightened inspiration and clarity. Chakradance is about making a connection with our inner world – the world of our imagination, feelings, intuition and senses.

Come and explore. Have fun. Find meaning. Let go. 

Come and look deeper into each chakra, each part of you, and experience more within the dance that is uniquely yours. Be prepared for some energetic shifts, deep insights, and some moments of pure freedom! Entering into a dream, the dream of our Soul. A door opens to an enchanted world. As the old energy is discharged, your body will feel fluid and you'll feel more alive than ever before!

We accept who we truly are – and accept others for their true selves too


Muladhara (first chakra), to anchor, connection to our roots, our Ancestors, reconnect to our primitive self and our deep inner instincts,  take care of ourselves and  be more present. Wake up our vital energy, it will improve the health of our legs, feet, bones, teeth, large intestine & adrenal glands. We will develop a deep trust in our place in the world and a strong sense of personal safety and security underlies every step taken in life. We will plant a new seed



Svadhistana, the Sacral chakra (second chakra), going with our natural Flow. The energy of this chakra connects us with our emotions, our pleasure, our sensuality and our creativity from sexual energy. The essence of the sacral chakra is revealed in the sweet exchange of intimacy and connectedness. Physiologically, the sacral chakra governs our sexual development and maturity, and the health of the reproductive and urinary systems. This dance will help us to get in touch with our femenine qualities, will strength our hability to nurture ourselves and others and to have nourishing intimate relationships



Manipura (third chakra), connection to the solar plexus, digestive system, our inner sun. Come to dance your story, your personal power, connect with your inner fire, that purifying, transmuting fire ... To have self-confidence, to affirm our selves and follow our path, willing power. When Manipura is activated, our whole system becomes fully energised. Let's burn all the old that we don’t need anymore ! 



Anahata, the Heart Chakra (fourth chakra). To accept ourselves as we are, to help us experience the joy of loving & receiving love,  unlock the door to unconditional love. To live in Gratitude. Physiologically is linked with the health of our physical heart, our respiratory system and the thymus gland which is connected to our inmune system. Through the Heart we can conciuosly explore the alchemical marriage of the masculine and feminine



Vishuda, the Thtroat Chakra (fifth chakra). In this chakra we will feel a shift of energy, we are moving out of the physical plane. As we open and heal the throat chakra, we actively begin to speak in a way that creates a more harmonious life. We open up to authentic self-expression and we become more attentive to our own truths, as well as the truths of others. This chakra has an imortant role, the act of listening, listening to the outer world as well as listening to our internar world. It is the home of communication and the gateway for our creative expression. Creativity. The throat chakra, more than any other, governs our relationship with vibrations and resonance. We can resonate with the vibrations of music, people, ideas, environments or even the universe. When we find this resonance, a sense of harmony and rhythm is experienced. When not in resonance, one has a feeling of discord. We may feel that we do not fit in or belong. Physiologically this chakra governs the health of the throat, nose, ears, mouth, neck and vocal cords, as well as the thyroid and parathyroid glands which are resposible of our metabolism



Ajna, the Third Eye Chakra (sixth chakra). When this chakra is clear and balanced we have a healthy intellect, we can call it Wisdom. Awakening the third eye chakra opens us up to higher levels of perception through our intuition, and allows us to gain a greater command of life through the use of our imagination. We are able to visualise, receive dream images, recall memories and tap into archetypal energies. When the third eye chakra is balanced, you are able to clearly see what you want out of life as your inner vision is well-developed. You value the importance of your imagination and have a good memory that allows you to easily remember details when you need them. You have a deep trust in your intuition and recognise the importance of your dreams. Not only you are able to remember them, you also value their messages. Ajna is the home of our sixth sense. Physiologically is related to our physical eyes as well as the pineal gland, Which regulates our internal body clock throught the production of melatonin.



Sahasrara, the Crown Chakra (seventh Chakra). The crown chakra cannot be explained, only experienced. Sahasrara is located at the top of the head. The centre of our spirituality, this chakra acts as the gateway to higher realms of consciousness. Sahasrara translates as ‘thousandfold’. This refers to the thousand petalled lotus, which according to ancient Indian tradition, sits at the crown of the head and represents enlightenment, wholeness and infinity. To feel that We are connected with the others and the Universe , we are One Celebrate the miracle of life. When our crown chakra is truly awakened, life becomes more joyful. As we move more fully into the present through mindfulness, the binds of the past and the worries of the future lessen their hold. Every moment is soulfully lived, life becomes simpler, and yet more meaningful. The brain and central nervous system, as well as the pituitary gland, which is responsible for promoting growth of the physical body, are nourished by the crown chakra. The life force that permeates all the chakras, and body, mind and spirit enters us through Sahasrara.