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universal children’s day | a day of diversity

‘It is time for parents to teach young children early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.’ – Maya Angelou 

November 20th is Universal Children’s Day. This day was chosen in an effort to raise awareness about the sometimes overlooked and unique issues that children face as they learn and grow in a very fast moving adult world. And here in Dubai things move oh so fast! We at The Hundred Wellness Centre is celebrating this observance by sharing advice in helping children growing up in this modern world.

One of the truly wonderful things about our modern UAE world is the diverse cultural background that many of us enjoy, and the unique acceptance of that diversity within all the communities. Take a moment to reflect on your own family background, and what holds you together. What character traits, physical features, ethnicity, and interests come together to make your family unique. And with all these differences, every family has a different set of expectations for behaviour and attitudes towards self-expression. These ‘differences’ however can sometimes lead children to have negative comparisons or struggle with poor body image, and this happens when young people are desperate to ‘fit in’ and don’t realize that we all fit in just the way we are! 

We can all agree that we want our children to grow up in a world that is free from bias and discrimination, to reach for their dreams and feel that whatever they want to accomplish in life is possible. We want them to feel loved and included, and never having to experience the pain of rejection or exclusion. So how can we best prepare children to meet the challenges and reap the benefits, of the increasingly diverse world they are growing up in? We can raise children to celebrate and value their own diversity, and to be proud of themselves and their family traditions. We can teach children to respect and value people regardless of the color of their skin, their physical abilities, or the language they speak. 

Teaching diversity to children helps them to respect and celebrate the differences in all people, while learning about different cultural aspects of their peers. One of the most impactful ways of doing this is to model it through our own behaviours, and how we deal with different people. This also helps them realize that we’re all humans, despite differences in how we look or dress, or what we eat or celebrate. An important perspective that we need to teach our young children is that while we are all different…we are all the same.  ‘When I see you through my eyes, I think that we are different. When I see you through my heart, I know we are the same’ – Doe Zantamata. 

 Please share with us in the comments below what you think is the best way to teach kids about diversity?



growing a healthy community

organic market

We’re making Saturdays even more fun again! Straight from the farmer to you, we are super excited to be kicking off a healthy new season of our weekly organic farmer’s market again! 

 Our weekly organic market is dedicated to significantly increasing access to sustainably grown food. In partnership with Integrated Green Resources (IGR), every Saturday from 9am until 1pm The Hundred Wellness Centre is proud to offer you the very best local, sustainably grown organic produce at reasonable prices. Offering a variety of freshly harvested UAE-grown vegetables including kale, cucumbers, broccoli, fresh herbs, squash, carrots, cauliflower, chilis, capsicums and so much more.  

So, mark your calendars for November 18th and come out to support local organic UAE farmers every Saturday, while also taking care of your body from the inside– with fresh, local, organic vegetables at our organic market, which pop-ups every Saturday between 9am and 1pm. 

For more information about our local organic veggie market call us on 04 3447333 or drop us an email 



kindness starts with you

 The Hundred Wellness Center Kindness Meditation

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”

– Mark Twain 

November 13th is World Kindness Day. It’s a day to perform random acts of kindness and show the world that we are all in this together. It’s also an opportunity to show others that, despite the busy-ness in our lives, kindness exists and is always possible. And what better way to celebrate this day than by being kind to ourselves first? 

Join us on November 13th at 5pm to participate in a one-hour guided meditation by Dr Mariam Ketait. When you practice any form of self-love, self-care or self-nurturing, including a kindness meditation, this means that you are giving to yourself first so that you are better able to give to others. This meditation will help center into your heart space and touch more into kindness for yourself, others and the whole world. 

We believe that by practicing together, we begin to weave a broader web of kindness and generosity throughout our community. And the more of us, the better! So come to this session (it’s COMPLETELY FREE), and invite your friends and family to do the same. Let’s fill the centre and create a field of kindness, intention and grace that can be felt all the way out into the world. 

 

Date: Monday, November 13th 

Time: 5pm sharp 

Location: The Hundred Wellness Centre 

This session is suitable for complete beginners through to experienced meditators. 

The Kindness Meditation will be led by: Dr Mariam Ketait, a general practitioner specializing in family medicine, with masters in quality in healthcare and various alternative healing certifications including Theta Healing, Spiritual response therapy, Pranic healing and Access Consciousness. 

 

RSVP to save your spot. You can call us on +9714 344 7333 or email us  

 

We hope you take of this opportunity to join us for this wonderful healing meditation. 



Yoga for athletes | meet Nicky

Nicky

Today, Yoga has become one of the most popular choices in fitness regimes. It not only improves physical and mental health, but it also comes with numerous other health benefits that far surpass the advantages of your regular aerobic workout. And most fitness enthusiasts that practice yoga regularly also prefer to include some form of cardio exercise in their fitness regime – be it running, circuit training, swimming or cycling.

And with that in mind, we are excited to introduce you to the newest addition to The Hundred Wellness team- Nicky Rinks. Nicky is a vinyasa flow Yoga Alliance certified & RYT 200 registered yoga teacher who has been practicing for 12 years, and teaching for over 5 years, in London and Dubai.

In Nicky’s classes you can expect intense verbal cues, in a dynamic high-energy vinyasa, or a slower pace for her restorative Hatha style sessions. All of her classes are built around creative and coherent sequences, in a supportive environment. With a style that integrates all the lineages that she’s learned from in the exploration of physical movement; the multitude of yoga traditions including flow, dharma, Hatha, Bikram and rocket, combined with her love of active sports including running (training, racing and marathons), wake-boarding, surfing, snowboarding, cycling and dancing.

Nicky’s yoga is a practice that is very physical yet equally breath balanced, that in turn teaches the importance of yoga to counterbalance any other sports you are practicing – from running, to cycling, climbing, swimming, wake-boarding, surfing and everything in-between including daily living!!

We sat down with Nicky to get to know more about her and her Yoga classes:

 

Hi Nicky! Can you tell us a bit about yourself, and how you first got interested in yoga?

I first tried yoga 12 years ago, whilst on a traveling stint through Thailand. From then on, I increasingly included yoga in my daily routine back in London. At the start I attended yoga classes for the physical ‘activity’, but as my practice evolved I increasingly found myself at a session desperately seeking the only hour of ‘calm’ in my hectic London lifestyle.

I’ve always combined yoga with my other sport passions – including running, cycling and snowboarding. But after my first marathon 5 years ago which left me with runner’s knee and unable to run for a few months, I started to focus on yoga more seriously than ever. At this time, I was due to head off for a snowboarding season on sabbatical in California. Whilst there, for 3 months my daily routine consisted of snowboarding all day, and yoga every morning/evening. I felt great.

On my return to London, I decided to take the next step and embark upon my yoga teacher training. I did my yoga teacher training with a brilliant London based yoga school called Stretch yoga, in partnership with Frog Lotus Yoga International, based out in Seville, Andalusia. I completed my 200 RYT Yoga Alliance Certified training 3 months later, training every weekend Friday evening through to Sunday whilst working a full-time job. I then embarked upon setting up my own business, Rinky Dink Yoga, in London. I taught weekly classes around the city in various unique locations, including at a Skate Shop, and at the UK’s first co-working space Headspace.

I moved to Dubai in February of this year, and re-launched my yoga business as SoulFlex – working with clients including Adidas and a range of private students. I’m excited to be joining The Hundred Wellness Centre, to bring more yoga to the centre and to continue pass on my passion, and the benefits I’ve experienced from the practice to others.

What was the first asana (yoga pose) you tried?

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose). This is still one of my favourite poses, even today! It’s the pose you come back to again and again during a practice. It’s brilliant for me as a runner, as it stretches out the hamstrings, always much needed after a long marathon training run. It also stretches out the chest and lengthens the spine, and energizes you –providing additional blood flow to the head.

What do you love most about teaching yoga? And what advice do you have for people who have never tried yoga?

I love the realization that my students experience after heading along to their first few yoga classes – that moment when they understand that yoga is an utterly brilliant way for anyone, with any level of physical ability, to feel better in their body and feel better in their mind. There’s a saying that I love, ‘I bend so that I don’t break’, and it’s so very very true. The body and mind need to flex, strengthen stretch and bend to enable you to achieve.

If you spend one hour flipping yourself upside down, bending in half, stretching out parts of your body you’ve probably barely considered in your life, whilst focusing on your breath, it’s impossible not come away with a different physical and mental set of feelings and realizations. This is my ‘why’ for teaching yoga.

 

You lead a very busy life – what are your 5 musts, and 5 non-negotiables?

These crossover, my musts are my non-negotiables, so I’ve included more than 5— all of the below I have to weave into my daily life:

  • Daily yoga
  • Daily running
  • Daily laughter
  • Daily time spent outdoors
  • Daily 7-8 hours sleep where possible (the older I get, the more I value my sleep)
  • Daily fresh, healthy, often raw, vegetarian foods
  • Daily reading, even as little as 30 mins, at the start of the day after my run/yoga where possible – of whichever book I’m currently fixated on (currently ‘Malcom Gladwell, Outliers’)
  • A daily drive to achieve new dreams, I love making lists of all the things – short term, and long term – that I want to achieve (and ticking them off!). Dream and drive towards those dreams, daily.

What other mindfulness practices are important to you?

Meditation. I always include meditation at the start of my yoga practice. This usually consists of 5-10mins of stillness, breathing, and focus on the breath and being present. I use it to clear the busy chattering mind of my to-dos in the day and week to come and to focus – the mind, body and soul as one. I find this helps in both my practice, and my daily life. I am calmer and able to deal with the inevitable trials and tribulations and stressful times of everyday living much, much better.

I often try to apply this meditative practice whilst running, running at a comfortable pace in my training where I’m at home with myself I’m able to meditate. Or running through the agonizing highs and lows of the marathon race, where I focus on transcending the pain – becoming mind, body and soul as one.

What words do you live by? (or favourite quotes)

Here are some of my current favourites:

“Life is the greatest experiment. Each of us is an experiment of one-observer and subject- making choices, living with them, recording the effects.” {Dr George Sheehan}

“I will not last forever. But I am absolutely going to know I have been here.” {Dr George Sheehan}

“Energy is eternal delight” {William Blake}

 

Thank you so much, Nicky! If you have been wanting to try Yoga, or wanted to try something different from what you have been doing, don’t miss out on Nicky’s classes! For more info on her schedule, you can check here, or call us on +971 4344 7333

See you on the mat!



yoga | from busy to calm

busy to slow

Do you use your busy schedule as an excuse to skip a workout? Do you feel you are just too busy and don’t have the time to move/exercise? Well, when it comes to yoga, the busier you are, the more important it is that you make time to fit it into your schedule!  And as they say: where there’s a will, there is most definitely a way. No matter what your days look like, you can always carve out a little slice of time for yourself to exercise.

Yoga is a practice that everyone should try, and if you have busy, stressful day-to-day life, yoga can really help you manage your stress while working on your flexibility and getting you in shape. And although skipping out on a yoga practice can free up much needed time, it is often during these times of busy-ness that we need our practice the most. Sometimes, the secret to fulfilling the many responsibilities of life, is in stopping long enough to breathe.

Yoga class is an opportunity to put yourself first and make time for you. With yoga incorporated into your daily life you’ll find that you feel more grounded and in tune with yourself.  And while there are many physical benefits to practicing yoga, the mental benefits make it all worth your time.

Now, despite what you might see on Instagram, Yoga is not just a practice of poses, stretches and hyper-flexibility. Yoga is a philosophy, with the word itself essentially meaning ‘union’ and ‘that which brings you to reality’, and practicing yoga is all about finding the balance within the self and bringing everything to reality.

Yoga is a powerful tool for finding peace and gratitude within. It enables us to move beyond the daily grind of our fast-paced lives, to achieve patience, love, and mindfulness. Although it may start on the yoga mat through breathing and postures, but the ripples of yoga go far beyond. And as you leave the mat in class, you are able to bring that calm energy and mindfulness to all of your daily tasks and interactions, perhaps even inspiring those around you to do the same… Sort of a domino effect if you will 🙂

Many people get into yoga out of mere curiosity, but as you can see from the above, there are many other reasons why yoga is good for you, and we would love to have you explore Yoga with us!

You can see our class schedule here, and if you would like more information please email us or call on +9714 344 7333

See you on the mat!

 



#dubai30x30 | Challenge Accepted!

#dubai30x30

So, by now you probably have heard of, read about or been tagged in Instagram posts about the launch of the inaugural Dubai Fitness Challenge. For this 30×30 challenge, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, the Crown Prince of Dubai, has urged all Dubai residents to join him in committing to 30 minutes of daily activity for 30 days from October 20 to 18 November as part of an initiative to make Dubai the most active city in the world this year.

Now tell us, what was the first thing you thought of when you heard the word ‘challenge’? For some, the first words that came to mind were: ‘tough’ and ‘obstacle.’ So, if that’s how you feel about it, why do we think that you should you accept this new challenge? Simple—  All new challenges represent an opportunity for growth, and this one is no different!

Now for some, at the first look, the 30×30 challenge doesn’t seem like much of a challenge at all. After all, how hard could it be to be active 30 minutes a day for 30 days, right? But when you get to thinking, you realize that in reality the hardest part about exercise is, well, doing it. Just waking up and putting on your workout gear and motivating yourself to get moving can be a battle in itself! And the hardest part of that, are those first steps—that transition from the idea of being active, to the reality of actually doing the activity itself.

But the way that this specific challenge is set up is ideal for exactly for that reason! Think about it: When you join a fitness challenge, and you do it with other people, you commit to a team or even one other person to do something on a regular basis, and that gives you a sense of accountability, and accountability is a very good thing in your fitness goals. Research shows that people who have workout partners succeed in their fitness goals MUCH more often than those who go it alone. You don’t want to let down the team, right? You want to contribute! Be accountable and stay the course, and we promise you’ll see results!

And while it goes without saying, our entire team at The Hundred is taking part in the challenge, and we hope that ALL of you will join us! Let’s make history together!

Long story short: World, you’re on!!



free workshop | parenting with emotional Intelligence

emotional

As a parent, would you like to expand your awareness and understanding of ‘Emotional Intelligence’ (also known as EQ) to support your child? 

As we all know, kids are lively, witty, fast-talking, and more often than not they do the unexpected. One moment they may be running around full of joy, and the next crying in complete frustration while flinging toys across the room. These childhood meltdowns can be important opportunities to teach your child how to manage strong feelings and calm themselves down at an early age i.e. growing emotionally. . . and the secure circle of the family is the first and best place to teach these life lessons. 

On October 12th,  we are hosting a free interactive workshop with former school principal, teacher trainer, and SleepTalk Consultant Trainer Beryl Comar. In this two-hour workshop Beryl will share actionable tips to teach you how to communicate with children so that they listen, and she will also teach you as a parent to listen so your children can engage and share their feelings and thoughts.  

Not sure if this workshop is for you? Take a look at the questions below: 

01. Do you and your children keep cool and stay calm in stressful situations?  

02. Is your child confident and independent?  

03. Is he or she sociable and friendly?   

04. Does your child display empathy towards others and play well in a group?   

05. Can they express their emotions?   

06. Can they control their own moods and behaviours?  

Did you answer “no” to ANY of the above questions? Don’t worry if you did, it’s ok because Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a new concept to most people, and is not set in stone, so with the proper guidance it can be developed and strengthened!

So if you are free, join us for this parenting workshop is designed to help you understand your child’s social and emotional development, and how to nurture your child’s social and emotional skills.  And if you aren’t able to make it, Beryl will be seeing seeing clients in private sessions in the centre, and to book you can call us on +9714 344 7333 or email us.

Date: Thursday October 12th, 2017

Time: 9am -11am

Location: The Hundred Wellness Centre

Reminder: Limited spots available, so you must register and RSVP via email or call us on +9714 344 7333 to book your spot



dealing with changes

changes

It’s Autumn, and changes are beginning as we are settling in after our return from the Summer holidays— new house, new job, new school, new rules and regulations, new fees. So many changes, nothing seems the same, even some roads have changed! Many young adults have flown the nest, gone off to university or started their first ‘proper job’. There are teenagers starting sixth form or college, kids gone up a year at school and even little ones about to start school. 

For all concerned, it can be stressful, and scary. Changes of any kind can throw us into the ‘fight or flight’ part of our brains, where it perceives the situation as a threat. This triggers a protective mechanism that can lead to anxiety, anger, bad habits such as smoking or overeating, excessive sleeping and tiredness, or insomnia and panic attacks. 

With all these changes in mind, the timing couldn’t be better for us to welcome back our friend, and renowned Emotional Intelligence Development Specialist, Beryl Comar to The Hundred Wellness Centre for the months of October and November. For those that do not know her, Beryl is a published author and the first person to introduce Hypnotherapy, NLP and EFT to the Middle East in 1990’s. She has worked internationally around the globe with royalty, celebrities and famous athletes, and is pretty amazing! 

Now there may be a single cause of your stress, or there may be a number of small challenges that have built up over time. This in turn might make it harder for you to distinguish what the root cause is, but that is how Beryl can help! 

We asked Beryl to give us some insight to share with you all, and here’s what she said:

 4 Tips for Mind and Soul Health to Be Aware Of (and keep note of) 

01. Most people can only “see” their problem from a conscious perspective (i.e. in the way the problem shows up in certain situations and circumstances in their life).

02. If a person has not been able to “get past” their problem through their own conscious life choices, then the REAL underlying issues (the “root” of their experienced problem) is, in fact hidden at a subconscious (unseen) level. 

03. To fully resolve a person’s problem (if they themselves have not been able to resolve it through conscious life choices) is to work at their subconscious level and address the real underlying issues buried there.

04. The “language” of the subconscious (the language a person’s unconscious can understand and properly process) are senses and how we symbolize these. “We are the movies we play in our mind” says Richard Bandler (the teacher of Tony Robbins and Beryl Comar) 

Becoming more emotionally intelligent (using hypnotherapy, EFT/tapping and NLP techniques) can help relax and calm anyone going through these stresses and changes, and can help to erase the blocks that have built up over a lifetime … “You rarely see a stressed kid, we learn to be stressed, so let’s release those old burdens” says Beryl. And Beryl knows what she is talking about! When she finds a person’s exact subconscious senses and symbols she knows how to change the subconscious with NLP, EFT or hypnotic metaphor to fully resolve deep-seated underlying issues in just one to three sessions maximum!! 

To Book your private session with Beryl (starting October 4th) please contact us via email or call us on +9714344 7333

Guest contributor: Beryl Comar



stretching our branches

logo

Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow to reach new heights.

– Pauline R. Kezer

 

What a difference a year can make! Can you believe that almost 12 months have passed since we shared our revamped logo with you all?! That reveal, marked the start of our renewed journey— a journey that has been branching out with an even deeper focus on all things holistic.  

But what do we mean when we say ‘holistic’? At The Hundred we believe that to achieve optimal health we must gain balance in all aspects of our life – body, mind and spirit. So that means we don’t believe that we can/should focus on just one aspect of wellbeing, we look at everything as interconnected. As we continue to deepen our roots, we are spreading our branches even further to bring you even more cutting edge therapies, natural supplements, and effective classes. We are continuously working to provide our community with a place to actively transform the mind, body and spirit, to help change the way you feel and think. Our space truly represents the passion and vision of wholeness, and is a place to grow, learn, or simply reflect..

If you take a close look at our logo, you will see that it looks like the core of a tree. When we created the wellness centre, we wanted to offer a space that could function as the core of your healthy lifestyle. And just like a tree, when we think about our centre, it is very much a place that is deeply rooted in its location, that is organically growing stronger in wisdom and life. The wisdom is provided by our experts, and the life is provided by our inspiring clients. 

To discover the inspiration behind our revamped logo, created in collaboration with the talented Imagist London (who also designed the Hemsley + Hemsley logo), lets hit rewind and read our post from a year ago below:

 

To create our new logo we worked closely with Imagist London who have previously worked with The Hundred’s favourite foodie sisters – Hemsley + Hemsley. As many of you will know, the ‘Hundred’ in our name refers to the classic Pilates move, which is also called the hundred. This movement, first created by Pilates founder Joseph Pilates, focuses on the core of your body. It’s a movement that engages every single muscle in your body (like many Pilates exercises), and prepares you for your Pilates class and the day ahead. It’s one of the key foundations of the Pilates method – and the reason we named our health and wellness concept after it… As The Hundred Wellness Centre founder, Asma Hilal Lootah explains: “I picked a pilates move name because we started as a pilates studio and my passion for pilates is what kickstarted all of this. I chose ‘the hundred’ specifically, because it evokes nice memories with the group I used to practice with. We became friends and used to complain when we had to perform ‘the hundred’ because it’s quite challenging – but also with the 100 breaths it’s just lovely. We dreaded the effort involved but absolutely loved the achievement and the results.”

 

The Hundred Wellness Centre Dubai

“The Hundred Wellness Centre is a place rooted in its location and if you look at our new emblem, there’s a real sense of rooting. Of being at one with nature and all of the different ‘shoots’ of wellness that you can awaken your body and mind with and explore with us here…”

 

Imagist London worked closely with us to bring the philosophy of both The Hundred Wellness Centre Dubai and the hundred Pilates movement into – what we hope you will agree – is a beautiful new emblem.

If you look closely, you will see that it looks like the core of a tree. When we created our wellness centre in the heart of Dubai, we wanted to offer a sanctuary that could function as the core of your healthy lifestyle needs. This is why we worked so hard to find the very best people to provide the very best wellness services for you – including Pilates, super circuit, physiotherapy, Gyrotonic, yoga, homeopathy and natural medicine, infrared sauna, BioKat Bioresonance therapy, thermography and so much more – all under one roof. This is reflected in the new logo, the core is both our centre and the exercise, and really the foundations for your health and wellness journey with us.

“The Hundred Wellness Centre is at the core of your wellness needs. Our new emblem captures that perfectly, and we hope you will love it as much as we do.”

Your growth is our passion, whether it’s overcoming an injury with our physiotherapist, improving your strength and core with our Pilates workouts or educating yourself about the very best nutrition you can give your body with our workshops and supplements. Again, if you looks closely, you will see that this growth – which is at the core of our passion – is represented as the branches or lines of the emblem grow in size and direction.

Our new emblem also features 100 little lines or branches (count them!) and 5 roots – or bigger lines – which represents the five breaths in and five breaths out that you do with the hundred Pilates movement. Also, if you look at the negative space surrounding our new emblem, you will see that there is a little leaf, which was a totally organic, happy little accident. We hope you love it as much as we do, and we look forward to sharing more new things later this year… Stay tuned.

 

Feeling inspired? Find out more about the wellness services and fitness classes available at The Hundred Wellness Centre Dubai here and start your ultimate health journey…

 



healing with Maya

healing

At The Hundred, we consciously hold space for you to grow while we support you to heal, thrive and go through powerful transformations into the authentic, healthy, glowing you.  We are here to show you it is possible to not settle for a lesser life than the amazing one you’re meant to have.
And we are honoured to facilitate and offer you the tools needed to achieve this. One of these tools is Theta healing. It is said that Theta Healers are now on the forefront of mapping the mind/body/energy connection. And whom better to facilitate these sessions other than the Wonder Woman of Wellness herself Maya Badran. We have had the pleasure in working with Maya over the last year as she facilitated the very successful ‘Forgiveness clinics’ here at the centre. As Theta healing is relatively new to many of you, we sat down with Maya to ask her more about her process and what to expect from a session with her.

Hello Maya, can you tell us a bit more about what you do? I am a ThetaHealing Practitioner and Instructor. I use a technique called ThetaHealing, where I can assist my clients to change negative beliefs/blocks in their subconscious mind using the Theta Brain wave. Once these blocks have been changed, the person can live their life without being held back by these limitations. For ex: if someone has a phobia, I will do a process called “digging” to reach the root cause of the phobia, and once we release that block from the subconscious mind, the client will no longer have the phobia. It is pretty simple and very effective. The same work can be done to release fears, war traumas, traumas of abuse, abandonment, death of a loved one, divorce or breakup associated emotional pain. Thetahealing is very well known for the great effect it has on helping people forgive themselves and others and also on manifesting great thing into one’s life too, ex: a job, a bonus, a partner, etc…In summary, ThetaHealing empowers people with tools to free them from fear, to show them the truth of the world that we live in, to help them manifest true health and anything else they might desire into their lives, to guide them into finding their life’s purpose which will create a deep sense of fulfilment and everlasting happiness. 

What in your opinion is the reason for the rapid growth in theta and energy healing? I believe the planet is awakening to the realization that the power is within us (not outside of us), that we are not victims or passengers on this journey. And with this realization comes empowerment. By realizing that we create our reality (including our health & wellbeing) with our thoughts and words, therefore we become more accountable to choose more positive thinking and communication. The only reason something become main stream is because people are seeing tangible results. People are becoming more aware and they now understand more than ever that it is a mind game (mind over matter). People now want to turn in for answers, they want to learn the tools that will help them in shifting their realities, they feel that there is much more to this world than what meets the eye and they are curious to know more about how this universe works and how to make the best out of this journey. 

Would you say that Theta healing is an alternative to seeing a traditional psychologist or therapist? ThetaHealing compliments all conventional therapies, especially that a ThetaHealer cannot prescribe any kind of medication that the client might need. Therefore, we work hand in hand with doctors and psychologists/psychiatrists. We always encourage clients to seek help in any way that they feel supports their healing whether it is conventional or alternative. We believe in bio-individuality (there is no such thing as one size fit all approach). Theta healing is just another option out there for those who feel that they want to experiment with something different. 

What can people expect after their first session with you? To feel great! Mind, body and soul.. Clients usually experience a sense of happiness, joy, relaxation, safety and inner peace.  They are more able to forgive themselves & others and let go of what no longer serves them. They also start to understand more that they are creating their reality with their thoughts. They will also realize that they valuable and significant to the planet, and that the Creator/God/Love/Source loves them unconditionally. 

Give us a real life of example of a life changing story of one of your current or previous clients. (Something to encourage us with) Based on our experience the success stories are numerous, from getting their dream jobs to freeing themselves from debt to finding true love, to restoring their health and finding happiness, to shifting their business around from total loss to profit within a year. The stories are numerous, but the most important thing that all of our clients have achieved is the feeling of inner peace and true sense of oneness and fulfilment. 

 

To learn more or to book your session with Maya please contact us on +9714 3447333 or email us