We work through the body to connect the intelligence of the mind with the wisdom of the heart
Karuna Bienestar is an integral work center oriented to well-being and health. Where we use varied disciplines and tools, which allow us to serve each person according to their needs, making use of the most favorable tools at all times.
For this we use: Yoga, Hypopressive Gymnastics, Tai Chi, Pilates, Martial Arts and its fundamentals, personalized training, guided wellness routines, Wellness work, functional training and manual treatments. In addition to having a consultation in Psychology.
Our work is done with the heart and we give our best every day, offering ourselves as a bridge between this wide range of resources for the development and cultivation of well-being.
Karuna is a Sanskrit word that means compassion (the ability to feel the other), this is the fragrance in which we bathe our attention.
We are in the south of Tenerife, inLos Cardones, San Isidro. The founders are Irmina Gutiérrez and Thierry Bouzin, who work in collaboration with other professionals.
Irmina Gutiérrez Algaba:
Thierry Bouzin has the following trajectory:
Yantra in Sanskrit comes from the prefix yan, which means to conceive, mental conception. It is an instrument, which refers to certain complex geometric representations of levels and supposed energies of the cosmos and the human body.
The yantra is internalized through the mental construction of a geometric model and its visualization.
The Sri Yantra is the Geometric representation of the sound of OM. By contemplating the Sri Yantra we can rediscover its primordial sources. The circuits symbolically indicate the successive phases in the process of becoming.
The Sri yantra is composed of 9 juxtaposed triangles that give rise to 43 small triangles, 4 of the triangles are oriented with vortex up and represent the male cosmic energy Shiva (male cosmic energy), the other 5 with vortex down represent the female energy of Shakti (female cosmic energy). These triangles are surrounded by an 8-petalled lotus that symbolizes Vishnu (protection). It is enveloped by a 16-petal lotus that represents the power of the yogi over the mind and the senses. Enclosing this lotus 4 concentric lines that connect symbolically with the two lotuses. The triple line that surrounds it designates the analogy between the entire universe and the human body.