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The Orassy Kendron means ‘Vision Centre’ in ancient Greek. It is based on the principle that each person who visits the Orassy will be offered the opportunity to find their own personal centre of vision within themselves. The Orassy Kendron is based on the concept of a Multi-function Centre which focuses on health, wellness and Self-development.

For this we have the Quantum Spa, Training branch, Movement Classes & Workshops, Therapies, Nutrition and Theatre (Unstructured Light).

The journey begins with using the Quantum devices for diagnosis and analysis of each customer. The results are kept on file toward their further growth and development. Whereas health is normally perceived as feeling and looking good or performing well, the added factor of an individual’s increased awareness and consciousness is often not taken into consideration. This is the fundamental mission of the Orassy Kendron.

Konstantin Pavlidis, Founder and Director of Orassy Kendron

B.E.d Science, Diploma Therapy (Shiatsu, Sports injuries)

Diploma Teaching – Zen Yoga ; M.B.S.A , M.A.T.H (U.K)

Konstantin Pavlidis is a science educator, artist and metaphysicist who has worked in the fields of therapy, traditional medicine, healing, scientific research and the movement arts over the past four decades. He has created a number of teaching programs in the areas of self development, therapy/healing and the performing arts. Some of these are:

  • Zen Essence Yoga
  • Kinesomasis
  • Dance Mastery
  • Choreosynthesis

His background is in the study of natural medicines from the Georgian, Chinese, Japanese and Tibetan traditions which include Shiatsu, Acupuncture, Osteopathy and Sports Medicine.

He is also a movement artist having studied and practiced the martial arts, internal arts, various Meditation traditions, Tibetan/Indian/Japanese Yogas and Classical dance for the past 35 years.

He received a BEd Science from the Institute of Education, Sydney University, Australia where he majored in Biomechanical Analysis of Human Movement.

He is currently working with Professor Korotkov from the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg who is the inventor of the EPC.

His area of specialisation is in exploring the unconscious mind during Altered States of Consciousness through healing, meditation, channeling and all forms of movement art. These include:

  • All Performing Arts
  • Tai Chi, Chi Gung
  • Martial Arts
  • Yoga
  • Shamanistic
  • Spiritual Practices

Konstantin is available for private EPC evaluation and healing sessions, testing of effectivity of teaching systems or any other activity. His objective is to explore the effects of any dynamic interactions which are aimed at raising awareness and transforming consciousness.

Aniko Nagy

Aniko works at Orassy Kendron as an assistant Director to the centre.

She worked as a dancer and has been practicing yoga for 20 years and teaching Zen Essence Yoga since 1996. She studied directly with Konstantin Pavlidis, founder of Zen Essence Yoga and Dance Mastery, as well as an International Okido-Yoga teacher.

In 2007 she went on retreat and also trained to become a Sivananda Yoga teacher. She teaches on-going classes for staff at BBC, Shell Oil, Ipsos MORI and Orassy Kendron amongst other venues around London, UK.

She trained with Lama Tsultrim in Trulkor Tibetan Yoga from 2004 and subsequently became a lineage holder of this yoga system. Lama Tsultrim was a direct disciple of the late Kalu Rinpoche.

Prior to that she had followed teachings in both Zen and Tibetan Buddhism where she received several initiations into self-healing and advanced meditative Vajrayana practices through Lama Gangchen Rinpoche.


Diploma in Hopi Ear Candling/Thermo Auricular Therapy through the Integrated Body Dynamics Academy, 8 August 2009

Cupping Massage, through the Integrated Body Dynamics Academy, 16 August 2009

ITEC Massage/Anatomy& Physiology since Sept 1999. A CThA member since inception

Association of Therapeutic Healers (ATH) Full member since 1996 website

Yoga teacher Training in Oki Do completed in 1996

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