The Man Whisperer with Dr Till Noethel at the 5 * Spa Hotel Aguas de Ibiza

The Man Whisperer workshop is about enabling women to get the most out of the men in their business and private lives. Using this program will significantly increase your financial prosperity, will you the deserved respect and recognition and will massively reduce head-on conflicts with men and improve romantic relationships.


Garudasana – Eagle Pose – How to!

Let the eagle help you find your balance. Garud means ‘Eagle’ in Sanskrit, so this pose literally translates as Eagle pose. Although it may look a little complicated and as if you are wrapping yourself around yourself, in fact, the key to it, is balance. And practice, concentration and of course, a little good old-fashioned faith! But if you are finding it difficult to balance – there is always a friendly wall near by to support you! Once you’ve mastered the Eagle – you can begin to reap the benefits of this pose. Physically it strengthens and stretches the calves and ankles – areas which we often neglect in everyday life!
Comprehensively it stretches your thighs, hips, shoulders and upper back. Most wonderfully, it requires concentration and focus of the breath, mind and body – which encourages total relaxation…

How to do it:

1. Stand in Tadasana. Bend your knees slightly, lift your left foot up and, balancing on your right foot, cross your left thigh over the right. Point your left toes toward the floor, press the foot back, and then hook the top of the foot behind the lower right calf. Balance on the right foot.
2. Stretch your arms straight forward, parallel to the floor, and spread your shoulder blades wide. Cross the arms in front of your torso so that the right arm is above the left, then bend your elbows. Snug the right elbow into the crook of the left, and raise the forearms. The backs of your hands should be facing each other.
3. Now try and bring and press the palms together (as much as is possible for you), lift your elbows up, and stretch the fingers toward the ceiling.
4. Stay for 30 seconds to a minute, then unwind the legs and arms and stand in Tadasana again. Repeat reversed.



Balance is the Key

What is Hawaiian Bodywork?






Hawaiian Bodywork is a single art of body therapy, which includes various different forms of shamanic bodywork. The massage is an open door for anybody who likes to be guided back to the original roots and come into real contact with the aliveness and power of the surrounding nature.  It makes vast use of energy work, dance, activities and passive meditations as well as rituals and trances. These activities are born out of ancient shamanistic traditions from Hawaii, Africa, Australia and the Native Indians of America. However the focus of this work is centred around the Hawaiian healing-massage, which has its origins in the Kahuna-massage of ancient Hawaii. It consists of three basic elements that are the Mana-breathing (special circular breathing technique), the Hula-Dance form (particular dance-technique to step around the table) and finally the massage-touch (specific massage-technique that consists of about sixty different strokes and joint release-techniques).

These three elements form the uniqueness of the massage which is accompanied by strong and powerful music, like drumbeats, trance-music and dolphin- and whale-sounds, that penetrate directly the unconscious and leave a moving and unforgettable imprint.  Integrated in the massage is an eight-session-system that works with every layer of the human energy-field. This eight-session-system touches each of the so called Chakras, the seven energy centres of the human body, physically, emotionally and on a spiritual level. Special massage-strokes, the chanting of sounds, the use of colours, essences and music awakens the life-energy of each chakra and gives the receptive person a taste of the quality of each energy-centre. Each session in the eight-session-system of the Hawaiian-healing massage is devoted to one specific chakra. Every session is complete in itself.  It relaxes the energy- and physical body of the receptive person and awakens the spirit on the deepest level. It is the journey with the powerful original sources of nature from body to heart and soul.


The Season of Love






With Valentines Day behind us what are YOU still doing to feel the love?  A reminder to keep FEELING THE LOVE.  A week of self-love practice! and expressing kindness in our thoughts, words & deeds to those around us

Ibiza is an island where you can feel the love all year around.  Whether you are alone in the blissful peace & tranquility of the nature, soaking up the euphoric vibes of late-dancing nights or sipping champagne or herbal teas with your loved-one under the stars. The almond blossom now is like a confetti to celebrate love of life!

A blissful blossoming all over the white isle.  We encourage you to do the same, to take time for you to appreciate who you are, all you do, give and have created in your life.  To appreciate all of your positive aspects fills you up with self-love which then can sparkle, bubble and spill over into your relationships.

So appreciate wildly, not the lack of what you think you want but the good things, the positive, the so-much-that-you-already-do-have.
For you and your loved one, your family and friends, your home, your lifestyle, our amazing natural environment (which is in the parks and beyond the city confines even if you cannot see it from the office window!)

Being in nature calms the mind and opens the heart far beyond the limits of the laptop or iphone screen.  It helps us feel more peace, more at one again and….

Just by doing this, through conscious appreciation your seratonin levels rise, eliciting a surge of good-feeling emotions that also raise your vibrations, attracting back more of the same delicious, communications, feelings and experiences.