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Hand Massage


for systemic well-being

I provide a combined approach to holistic well-being using the following integrated practices and tools


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As a Holistic Coach and Counseling Practitioner, I offer a transformative and integrative approach that considers the whole person — physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually — to enhance overall well-being.


Drawing from my rich life experiences, profound spiritual journey, and expertise in Traditional Tantra, Buddhism, energy work, coaching, counseling, NLP, and hypnosis, I offer a unique and authentic approach to support your journey of self-understanding and alignment. In a warm and supportive space, we will safely explore and transform, empowering you on your life's journey.

As a mirror, we will work to identify old patterns, clearing away self-doubt and limiting beliefs. With my support, you will go through the process of Awareness - Acceptance - Actualisation realizing that you have the power to change everything that does not serve your life purpose.


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Access Bars® is a transformative and nurturing process that has empowered countless individuals to create significant changes in their lives and bodies.

𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗕𝗮𝗿𝘀® consist of 32 points on the head where the electromagnetic charge of your thoughts, feelings, emotions, ideas, and beliefs are stored in the brain. During a session, the brain waves slow down, allowing access to behavioral patterns, belief systems, and perspectives.


This enables you to consciously and unconsciously work on releasing what no longer serves you and reshaping various aspects of your life, including body, aging, healing, sexuality, money, joy, sadness, awareness, control, creativity, and more.

Introduced in 1991 by psychologist Gary Douglas and Dr. Dain Heer, this technique aims to support clients in dissolving deep-seated judgments hidden in their subconscious, allowing them to explore new possibilities and make empowered choices in their lives.





Ayurvedic Walking Massage is an ancient healing technique rooted in the rich traditions of India. This unique approach involves skillful walking massage techniques that focus on stimulating the marma points, which are vital energy points spread throughout the body.


By harmonizing the flow of prana (life force energy) through the subtle energy channels, known as nadis, this massage promotes overall well-being and restores balance in the body-mind system.


Experience the profound benefits of Ayurvedic walking massage as it releases stagnant emotions and physical blockages, revitalizing your entire being with renewed vitality and inner harmony.




Traditional Tantra Yoga is a healing and transformative practice that goes beyond physical exercise, inviting practitioners to explore the depths of their being. Through a meditative and present yoga practice, you will culture the harmonization of your health and energy system.


By practicing traditional āsana sequences, it allows you to learn how to listen intuitively to your wholesome self and let go completely. I learned the art of Traditional Tantra Yoga directly from Bhagavan Shanmukha Anantha Natha when I lived at the Tantra Mela Ashram (formerly Shri Kali Ashram) in Thailand.


This type of yoga is rooted in ancient texts and teachings of the Kaula System of Tantra. This encompasses a holistic approach to wellness, embracing the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life through the study of the āsana system, prāṇāyāma, bandha, meditation and philosophy which aims to teach each individual how to live a full life in line with their potential.





Mindfulness Meditation is a profound practice that engages individuals in actively training their minds and cultivating a profound sense of awareness. By nurturing a focused concentration through the practice of "Singleness of Mind," practitioners immerse themselves fully in the present moment.


In fact, thoughts naturally emerge, but practitioners are guided to gently let them go and redirect their attention to the breath. The objective is not to eliminate thoughts entirely, but rather to develop the ability to effortlessly release them and return to a state of presence and mindfulness.


Mindfulness meditation finds its roots in the Pali Canon, the principal scripture of Theravada Buddhism, where it is taught and embraced as a transformative practice.




Breathwork - Prānāyāma, is a fundamental practice in yoga that focuses on controlling and regulating the breath. It consists of various breathing techniques aimed at expanding and directing the flow of prana (vital energy) in the body.


Prānāyāma techniques involve conscious manipulation of the breath through different patterns, durations, and ratios of inhalation, exhalation, and retention. This practice improves oxygenation of the blood and delivery of oxygen to various organs and tissues, resulting in better overall health and vitality.


I learned the art of Prānāyāma directly from Bhagavan Shanmukha Anantha Natha when I lived at the Tantra Mela Ashram (formerly Shri Kali Ashram) in Thailand. 


Change happens when the willingness to change gets bigger than the willingness to stay the same

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