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  • Conscious & healthy living 

  • Nutrition

  • Healing techniques (Yoga - Breathwork - Meditation - Quantum healing)

  • Coaching 

  • Inner Child healing

  • Ayurveda in Life


The greatest and most important adventure of our lives is discovering who we really are and what are our talents. How to discover what makes us happy and in the same time being useful for others. Yet, so many of us walk around either not really knowing or listening to an awful inner critic that gives us all the wrong ideas about ourselves. “what if you would know there is only one day more to live?”

Finding yourself may sound like an inherently self-centered goal, but it is actually an unselfish process that is at the root of everything we do in life. In order to be the most valuable person to the world around us, the best partner, parent etc, we have to first know who we are, what we value and, in effect, what we have to offer.

Yet, it also involves a tremendous act of building up – recognizing who we want to be and passionately going about fulfilling our unique destiny – whatever that may be. t’s a matter of recognising our personal power. Uncover who we are and why we act the way we do, we have to know our own story. Being brave and willing to explore our past is an important stepping stone on the road to understanding ourselves and becoming who we want to be.
Unresolved traumas from our history inform the ways we act today & it has relationship to psychological well-being. The more we form “coherent narrative” of our lives, the better able we are to make mindful, conscious decisions in our present that represent our true selves.

The attitudes and atmosphere we grew up in have a heavy hand on how we act as adults. “As children, people not only identify with the defenses of their parents but also tend to incorporate into themselves the critical or hostile attitudes that were directed toward them. 

This personal journey is one every individual and there are many tools how to shedding layers that do not serve us in our lives and don’t reflect who we really are. For me is was constant work for many years and utilising different tools like: fasting, meditating, cleansing energy and cleaning old programs, layers and patterns, changing the lifestyle, becoming vegan/vegetarian, running, yoga, dance, pranayama, healing sessions, ayurveda, natural plant base medicine, mindset meditations, mindfulness, relaxations, massages, reiki, readings, astrology and so on...Bud what was the most important change in my life was travel to India and finding balance between Body - Mind - Spirit in the Material & Spiritual World. 
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