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Kriya Massage, developed by Kamala Renner in 1970, is different from
any traditional bodywork training because of the emphasis on the intuitive
aspect by the practitioner in flowing with the “Kriya” movement whileperforming the massage. Kriya is defined as spontaneous energy movement.
Kriya Massage is an art form that integrates the universal, life-affirming flow of energy between
the practitioner and client, with any classical massage techniques integrated into the dance.
Kriya Massage is a bodywork dance with the individual creating her own style in
harmony with four universal forces. The strokes and techniques used in Kriya
Massage are a combination of energy work, Swedish, neuromuscular, and
somato-emotional release work done in a connected smooth pattern.
The experience of a Kriya Massage is one of stepping out of time and space
as a means of taking inventory of one’s condition, then allowing the subconscious to
shift and adjust programmed responses to life. The healing quality of Kriya Massage
is accomplished by transforming attitudes. Giving, as well as receiving,
a Kriya Massage is a regenerating experience. (Adapted from Holistic Health Directory.)
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