Over the years I have developed my own way of working, with which I can most effectively support my clients and meet them in their uniqueness.
My sessions take place ONLINE or LIVE.
I specialize in working with women.
Let me introduce you to my favorite tools:
Hypnosis is one of the oldest techniques, and its effect is scientifically proven today.
During a hypnosis session, I guide my clients into a deep level of relaxation that allows us to work directly with the subconscious mind.
By directly addressing the unconscious mind, we can focus on specific goals, such as overcoming fears or habits and behavior patterns that negatively impact the client's life.
It is important to emphasize that the client remains in control during the hypnosis session and does not do or say anything they do not want to.
I, as a hypnotherapist, only work as a mediator between the client and their subconscious mind to help them see deeper connections with behavioral patterns and better understand them, thus breaking through blockages to achieve and improve their quality of life.
Kinesiology assumes that the body knows everything and never lies. With specific muscle tests, we get answers directly from the subconscious. This technic allows us to work in a very targeted and profound way.
We use this technique to find out what you are thinking underneath the thoughts that come up. Kinesiology is the study of movement - the scientific study of human body movement.
Originally it was an academic discipline with the main task of observing body movement. Over the years, it has evolved into the technique practiced and used today.
Every experience we have ever had is stored in our bodies. We can better access the subconscious and work even more accurately with targeted muscle testing.
ThetaHealing is an energetic healing method that can be applied to anything desired, but it is beneficial for dissolving deep-seated beliefs that lie dormant in the subconscious mind. We look for the belief system that is the basis for everything we tell ourselves and dissolves it. We also use muscle testing here to confirm the beliefs.
In ThetaHealing, we use a specific meditation technique to reach absolute relaxation (theta brainwave). Muscle testing supports us in digging even deeper into the subconscious.
This work is similar to Hypnotherapy but more energetic, and we work directly with the source energy of creation.
No subject (or symptom) cannot be treated, but it is specialized in belief work. The technique of Theta Healing goes directly to the root. It dissolves deep-seated beliefs that we are often unaware of but are stored in the subconscious, blocking us or showing themselves physically with symptoms...
The negative thoughts are removed and replaced with positive ones.
Those beliefs can come from childhood experiences, past lives, ancestors, and society and can be changed positively on all levels.
I consider all of my work as energy work.
But as a complement to my other treatments, I use specific energetic work working with the universal energy to help you balance the energy flows and chakras in your body. There are 72,000 energy channels in our body, and depending on our experiences and imprints, the energy flow can be blocked.
Among other influences, this method, as I practice it, is inspired by Reiki and Satnam Rasayan.
intuitive Kundalini Yoga and Meditation
Yoga means union. Yoga aims to bring body, mind, and spirit into harmony. With the help of physical exercises (asanas), breath, and meditation, we connect not only with our body but also with our inner selves. Since memories are also stored in the body, asanas can be a fantastic and practical support to release blockages. Kundalini Yoga works effectively and can release energetic blockages, allowing energy to flow freely. The great thing is that the exercises are simple, and a change can be felt.
How I teach
For me, yoga is much more than practicing physical exercises. I consider yoga as a way of life. I see it like this. We practice on the mat to stay relaxed in all kinds of exercises. And that's what we want to take with us into life to stay more comfortable and deal with difficult situations better.
Over the years, I have developed my style inspired by Kundalini Yoga and Vinyasa, which is feminine, intuitive, creative, and meditative. I like to give my students a lot of freedom and want them to FEEL into their bodies and move in the way that feels right for them.
The goal is for participants to find their rhythm, move freely, and connect more deeply with their bodies.
I use Yoga-Exersices and intuitive Movements, such as shaking in my 1:1 Sessions to support release blockages.
I teach regular Group Yoga Classes and 1:1 Yoga Classes
In my Group Classes, I love to integrate the energies of the present (astrology, seasons, etc.) and the knowledge of Ayurveda into my teaching.
Ayurveda is a holistic health system which is over 5000 years old. Ayurveda works individually and depending on the body-mind and energy type. An ayurvedic lifestyle can be integrated into everyday life, and only minor changes can greatly affect our health and quality of life.
Ayurveda takes into account all aspects of the client's life. The teachings are based on thousands of years of experience and observation of the interaction of body, mind, and soul with nature.
The main goal is to promote health and vitality rather than simply fighting disease.
Ayurveda considers the human body as divine and as a part of the whole and is seen as a small image of the big universe - a microcosm of the macrocosm (universe).
The five elements play an essential role as they can be found within and around us.
The five elements
Each person on this planet has a unique distribution of these elements. We want to keep the elements in balance to stay healthy and full of vitality. We do this with the proper daily routine, rituals, foods, and much more. Everything is are completely tailored to the individual type.
The elements are divided into body and mind types, the so-called doshas Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
With the help of a professional, we can find out our Dosha but it is essential to know that there can always be different results and that we always have all three doshas and, therefore, all elements in us, just differently expressed.
Vata - the movement principle, dominated by air and ether
Pitta - the metabolic principle, dominated by fire and a little water
Kapha - the structural principle dominated by earth and water
In Ayurveda, there are 2 different ways of looking at it, the ''Dosha'' that is given from birth (genes) and the one that is out of balance now. We work mainly with the ACTUAL state.
Individuality is, therefore, one of the essential elements in Ayurveda. We use uniquely adapted recommendations for each client, always to restore their natural balance.
When you know your body-mind type, you will feel more connected to your body and the whole.
When we learn to live in harmony with the elements and the seasons, we can feel the natural connection of everything. In such a state, everything can flow much better again.
You find your rhythm!
I am not an Ayurvedic doctor, but an Ayurvedic lifestyle coach and an Ayurvedic nutritionist. My recommendations are mainly preventive, and we work them out together. I will show you how to incorporate Ayurveda into your everyday life in a way that is appropriate for your type.
The Ayurvedic diet works differently than the Western dietary recommendations. It is also individual, seasonal, and type-dependent. In Ayurveda, it is said that almost all diseases have their origin in the digestive system. Therefore, in Ayurveda, paying great attention to nutrition and following the appropriate diet and lifestyle according to the respective body/mind types (doshas) is indispensable. Only the slightest changes in daily life can tremendously impact health and well-being.
The Ayurvedic diet rarely gives general recommendations but mainly type-specific and important seasonal ones.
Also, here is more than just working with the nutrients here. For example, the different flavors, how the food is prepared, or how you eat are essential.
In addition, according to Ayurveda, healthy digestion or digestive fire (Agni) plays a massive role in our overall health.
Symptoms such as constipation or bloating, which we often accept as 'normal', are considered by Ayurveda as vital signs of imbalance that can be quickly corrected at the beginning with a few minor adjustments, but if left unchecked, could lead to severe illnesses.
Over the years, I have seen many clients' digestion return to normal after a short period with minor changes.