Neuro-cardiology science has recently demonstrated that the heart is more than a mechanical organ for simply pumping blood. It is actually a nervous system, full of neurologic receptors.
There are simple techniques which can lead us to heart coherence, where the brain, body functions and emotions are fully synchronized and in harmony. Further to the benefits that such a state can bring to us as human beings, it enables us to listen to Earth, to pulse with its rhythms, and become one with our planet.
In this session, through the magic sound of the violin of Amandine Beyer and the techniques of Maria Arboleda we will remember the sacred space of the heart and the coherence it brings to the Universe.
Maria was born in Colombia and is a doctor in medicine and surgery, a sintergetica doctor, homeopath, flower therapist and Reiki master in the Usui system. She is a creator of the “heart coherence method” which promotes coherence between the brain and heart space. As a Priestess, she was trained at the Glastonbury Goddess Temple, the world's first modern Goddess Temple.
She dedicates her life to helping others, combining her different healing techniques and luminous heart. In her own words:
“I have learned to whisper to the heart. I listen to the sea, the wind and the mountains, living in harmony with my own nature. Enjoying the dance of life.”
Amandine is recognized as a reference in the interpretation of the baroque violin repertoire. Her recording of the Sonatas & Partitas by J. S. Bach in 2012, has been awarded the best international critics (Diapason d’or de l’année, Choc de Classica de l’année, Editor’s choice de Gramophone, Prix Academie Charles Cros, Excepcional de Scherzo....).
She plays regularly in the most important halls and festivals worldwide (Théatre du Chatelet, Festival de Sablé, Innsbruck Festwochen, Konzerthaus de Viena...). Her other passion is teaching, giving lessons at the ESMAE of Porto (Portugal), as well as masterclasses worldwide (France, Taiwan, Brasil, Italy, Spain, USA, Canada). Since 2010 she teaches baroque violin at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland.
“[her performances] take you away from the marked paths, tickle your imagination, cling to your dreams and create a joyful feeling of happiness.“