Amit Namdev is the director of Amit Reiki & Meditation Centre.
Amit has been involved with holistic and natural healing for several years, and is a qualified teacher and practitioner of the healing arts.
As a Traditional Reiki Master and Independent Teacher of the Usui System of Reiki, Amit provides certified healing and knowledge to his clients and students alike.
Amit has a Masters Science in Yoga and offers courses and classes in Astanga Vinyasa (Mysore style), Sivanada Yoga, Hatha Yoga, as well as on his own style: Intuitive Dynamic Hatha Yoga and Meditation.
Amit is an Advanced NLP Practitioner having studied under Dr Richard Bolstad, Dr David Lincoln and Yugesh Namdev (the President of IINLP, India).
Additionally, Amit is also a Hypnotherapist (Certified both by California Hypnosis institute of India & International Association of NLP), and a qualified naturopathy practitioner.
Amit has been teaching for over 8 years in:
India: Dharamsala, Rishikesh, Mysore, Pondicherry, Bhopal, Delhi, Bangalore, Manali, Mumbai, Auroville and in Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram, Neyyar Dam, Kerala.
Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pai, Koh Phangan.
Laos: Luang Prabang, Vang Vieng.
Kim studied at UTS (University of Technology, Sydney) in Australia, attaining a Bachelor of Health science (Acupuncture) in 1998. She has worked in the health industry for 20 years, and believes in the body-mind-soul connection having seen it demonstrated over and again in her own life and practise.
Kim also studied Shamanism as a research project for her degree and loves to share her Shamanic view of life, cosmology and the Shamans role in healing in different cultures.
Now living in Manali, in the Indian Himalayas, Kim is a qualified masseuse, acupuncturist, aroma therapist and Reiki Master. She offers body treatments like body scrubs and wraps. Kim also teaches massage, incorporating acupressure and aromatherapy and essential oil blending.
Additionally, Kim teaches workshops ‘Wild at Heart’, ‘Embodying the Goddess’ and ‘Egyptian Dance’.
Wild at heart incorporates Talking Circles, Guided Meditations and uses writing, art or movement to experience different aspects of self, such as the Wild Self, the Inner Child, and exploring archetypes.
Kim’s Egyptian dance has a focus on the chakras and on the spiritual aspects of the dance – a way for women to connect with their bodies and boost self esteem using an ancient art form.
The ‘Embodying the Goddess’ workshop uses Archetypes, Mythology, Dance and Ritual to express the goddess within. It is about exploring the self and the sacred.
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