Boundaries for Children

Children are exposed to such a variety of stimuli and this creates an environment of noise that requires skills to distinguish the relevant sounds for an appropriate situation.

An example of this would be a child arriving at school from a stressful trip through traffic in a car filled with loud music and many voices. They arrive at school tense, stressed and their brains are buzzing with the music. They are then expected to sit quietly and focus on a new concept. Teachers often complain that some children in their classes sing along to the songs “playing” in their heads and are unable to focus on any work.

It is very important to start a day off quietly, absorbing the sounds that nature offers such as birdsong, rain and animal sounds. Travelling to school can be a useful, quality, parent/child communication time where the day ahead is discussed, revising any work such as spelling, bonds or tables in a happy, relaxed way. Some examples could be: asking the child to add up the numbers on the number plate of the car in front, playing “I Spy”, finding letters in signs along the road and asking questions about content that needed to be learnt in such a way that rewards can be earned for each correct answer. I am sure the innovative parent can come up with many exciting ideas of their own. The secret ingredient is…FUN!

Lower your voice to a whisper and you will find that your child will pay attention immediately. They respond better to that than shouting. In a pressurized situation, a parent’s calm, steady voice will help the child keep focused and feel more relaxed. Relaxed children learn quickly and retain learning. Providing a child with an appropriate goal once they have completed a task will keep them motivated. In this way the children will learn to motivate themselves. Even household chores, such as tidying up a room, can become fun and positive experiences. Try to maintain a reward system rather than a punishment system. The latter opens doors to resentment.

Should a child deliberately continue to push your boundaries, you may need to allow them some time to think. This is an idea that many parents/caregivers have used. Choose a place that is visible to you all the time and allow your child an opportunity to think about their actions. The child may sit on a comfortable chair (or mat if they prefer) in a part of the house where they can see everyone. Gently explain why they are sitting there and that they are to sit quietly and think about how they can change what had happened. Nobody may speak to them and they may not speak to anyone. They remain quiet for the amount of minutes that correspond to their age (a five year old will sit for five minutes.) Once their time is up, approach the child and kneel down to their level. Ask them about their behaviour and allow them time to apologise by encouraging this. The last stage is VERY important. Reassure the child by giving them a hug and allowing them to know that this episode is over. This teaches them to not harbour resentment. and reassures them that they are in a nurturing environment.

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If a child is angry or upset, come alongside them. Allow them to share their feelings and explain what it is that is upsetting them. Feel and share their frustrations and once you have their attention, use this simple exercise. Ask them to firmly press their index and ring middle fingers onto their closed eyelids until they see sparks or dancing lights. (This releases tension in the muscle behind the eye. Next ask then to massage the two corner points below where the collar bone meets the sternum. After that, tap the top of the head and the sternum while breathing deeply twice. You will be surprised to see the relief in the children. Many give a sigh afterwards and continue with their day relaxed and attentive.

Children love to play. That is how they learn. By making their lives happy with playful learning situations, parents can enjoy their company and help them to learn to relate in a positive way.

Completing the year

Taking stock of a year is one of the most useful things to do for yourself. Life will have provided you with many opportunities to learn about who you are and who you would like to become during this busy year that is now coming to its end.

It may be good to draw up a list of just how much you have learnt. Write down all the good experiences on one side and all the experiences that you feel are negative or did not contribute to your plans to achieve your dreams and goals.

Try to make sure that you keep this list balanced. Look at the negative side and think of what positive learning/life lessons you have gained. Do this by looking at these experiences in all areas of your life: emotional, physical, spiritual, financial, social, mental and in your work. You may be surprised to find that the negative experiences are actually the ones that have made you grow as a human being.

Sometimes the aspects of ourselves that we refuse to acknowledge are aspects we see in others as bad or irritating. It is a hard fact of life that what we see around us is a mirror of what is within us as thoughts and feelings. We need to work at controlling our thoughts and feelings while studying our reactions to gain some insight as to why we perceive some people or events as negative.

Why not end this year with a good tally of what you have invested in yourself? Take the experiences that you felt were not good and see how you can turn the memory of them around so that they can work for you in a positive way. Storing negative emotions is not conducive to good health, both mentally and physically. Our emotions are stored in our cells and we need to keep them as pure and simple as we can.

As this year draws to a close, focus on good experiences. As my brother says: “Life is about banking happy memories!” Nourish your soul so that your new year will be approached from a positive standpoint.

Should you be suffering from depression or feel unable to cope, please email and we will work with you to feel at peace within yourself once again. People who are addicted to substances or circumstances can email for free advice on how to create a pathway to living life free from these debilitating, but learning, circumstances. You are not alone. There is always someone to assist you an email away.

True Leadership

How is a true leader defined? In many societies there are different factors that make up this definition. The dictionary describes a leader as a person who leads; who is a principal part of something such as the head of a group; one whose example is followed; a guide; a person who influences actions and opinions of others; and a person in control. All of these definitions imply responsibility, integrity and empathy as a given in the character of the leader. Being motivated, driven and a visionary are other facets of the true leader.

To motivate others one needs to be motivated; to inspire others, one needs inspiration; to guide others, one must have a strong vision of the direction that is to be followed; to guide others, one needs to have a strong sense of personal integrity with empathy to ensure that what is being presented is ethical.

True leaders are followed because they lead by example. They have a sure sense of self-worth and their vision is inclusive of all the stakeholders. A true leader is altruistic to a point to maintain the success of the communal vision. Leaders understand that everything is an energetic metamorphosis which embraces change and growth. Each day is seen as an opportunity for many different new developments. There are no setbacks that are negative – they are opportunities for a renewed approach to the vision. For true leaders, change is the door that opens to invention.

What motivates leaders like this? Many have aligned their personal values to their objectives and this has kept them driven, intrinsically motivated and fulfilled in their careers. They have a constant curiosity for all that they discover in their environments and thrive on knowledge. They keep open minds so that they are not restricted by old theories about life, and they measure new information against experience and research. Being on the cutting edge of the latest modes and trends means that true leadership is relevant to all levels in their respective industries.

Leaders embrace the whole package of life, recognizing that there is always a perfect balance, and they are not easily disappointed. They have the ability to view the whole timeline and observe the patterns in all aspects of life. This enables them to be patient, wise and make sound decisions. They weigh the issues of life in scales of justice and fellowship. They plan ahead to preserve the future generations.

A true leader leads from the heart, with a mind of integrity, focused on a goal that followers have bought into. Respect is earned for this leader because people need to aspire to someone worthwhile, who represents all the good values and lights the way to self-fulfillment in such a way that followers are inspired to do their best always.

Parents are often found to be true leaders when they align all that is meaningful to them with all that they dream of for their children.

Specifically tailored leadership workshops can be booked by going to the contacts page and sending a request.

Mental Wellbeing

The term “Mental Wellness” implies having a sound mind. That may be a subjective term but in general it is regarded as having the ability to embrace life as it is and the acceptance of how life unfolds. Life is filled with unexpected challenges which may be received either positively or negatively. The choice is always there as to the manner in which we react to circumstances.  

Being able to develop a sense of gratitude for all that one faces, is no easy task. However, discovering that being grateful for small things that happen each day soon becomes a habit – a GOOD habit! To appreciate the happy times in life, we need to experience the unhappy occasions. To know abundance we need to experience lack. To appreciate joy when we are blessed with it, we would need to have experienced sorrow in one form or another. Life is always perfectly balancing out our experiences so that we can live in gratitude for what we are going through at any time. That is how we were made. We need to stop our addictive search or expectations of only happiness, abundance or love. We would stop appreciating or recognising any positive emotions or states if we were constantly living out those experiences.

Healing from past hurts will equip us for positive encounters in the future. By hanging on to and wallowing in our previously perceived negative experiences, we inhibit our present and future appreciation of how wonderful our life actually is. You have the ability to become lost in the wonder of a moment in time and that means that you have the ability to forget the past and not be concerned about the future. Stop looking back at what you feel are grievances and turn your attention to what is around you at this moment. Use all your senses and appreciate how good everything is right now.

BodyTalk can help your mind and body heal from hurtful past experiences and you can choose to remain centred in what is happening at each moment in your life. By doing this, you choose to truly live each moment and you will begin to create a memory bank of positive, healthy experiences. You are able to balance your perceptions and find peace within by asking yourself pertinent questions. You will discover that life is truly what you choose to see it as, and that you can find it a more charming place than you had ever imagined. There is always an ebb and flow just as we have the same patterns within ourselves. Everything is there in your life to equip you to grow into the beautiful human being that you were created to be.

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Guiding Children

Children are gifted in many areas. They share artistic talents, feel love and empathy for others and have intuitive natures. They are sensitive to the energy that they are surrounded with and care must be taken to make sure that they have harmonious surroundings. The human subconscious is naturally aware and will pick up on the negative thoughts and feelings of others. Children are extremely intuitive and will sense these feelings as their own. They will cry with others as they are unable to distinguish between their own and another’s feelings or emotions. To this end, parents need to be aware of their own feelings when they are around children and they need to gently guide a child to understand that the emotions are not directed at them or are a result of something they have done. Children can empathize with others and are often able to soothe another instinctively. They care about the emotional stability of people around them.

Many children who are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD are often more intelligent and therefore easily bored at school.  Some children are very stressed before birth and may display anger or tantrums. These need to be dealt with in a loving, firm manner. Consistent kind words will pay off in the end. Sometimes, an unwanted baby will sense this before birth and these children feel threatened by correction and sense it as an affront. They need to be guided in a loving manner so that they understand that the correction is for their benefit.

Some children can choose at a young age what they want to become. They have an intrinsic knowledge of “right” and “wrong”. They can focus on their goals but may need some gentle nudging about daily chores. Their ability to dream and their positive attitude is what makes parents watch in amazement. Guide them by providing them with opportunities to develop the skills they need to reach their dreams. Honour their vision.

A baby can mimic the sounds of “I love you” to a mother at three months old. Parents who talk consistently to their children will witness their early speech development, especially in girls. Be careful of how you speak to children up to a year. Their subconscious will hear “touch it” when you say “Don’t touch it.” It is better to just say, “No!” in a firm voice. The subconscious does not comprehend the words “don’t” and “doesn’t”. Try to give positive instructions so that they feel rewarded by having the ability to do something. They really want to just please parents.

When a child is between one and two years of age, they enjoy experiencing their world and are filled with curiosity. Provide them with situations so that they can explore as much as possible. Toilet training usually begins after fifteen months of age as that is when they have started to develop some control of their bodily functions. It must be noted that each child will progress as individuals in this regard. Lots of positive reinforcement and a sense of humour will help this stage along.

The secret to raising children is to have fun with them. Find out about their characters and their needs and wants. Encourage them with love and gentle guidance in the form of softly spoken praises. When you embrace the natural, bubbling joy of your child, you will remember how to look at life. You may see the world in a more positive light, through your children’s eyes.

As a child grows, they need to become more independent. They need to appreciate that there are certain realistic boundaries which are there to protect them from harm. They also need to develop the confidence to discover and explore their world. Parents who are involved with their children will be aware of their growth and knowledge. Children grow in their own unique ways and they will discover particular talents and fields of interest. Always try to acknowledge their characters and individuality as you may not know what it is that they have come into your life to teach you!

Alarms are sounded when a child does not appear to be thriving. Children who are underweight, pale, lethargic or seem too active will need some attention. In Africa there are many types of parasitic infestations and often malnutrition. Even children who seem to “have it all” so to speak, can have malnutrition because they have access to too many sugary and artificially flavoured food sources. Many children can benefit from a healthy change in diet and from drinking much more water throughout the day.

In THE BRAIN TRAIN at Yveher, children are taught skills to keep focus and centre themselves. In this way, they are equipped to deal with any situation in life from tests to trauma. Children are highly capable of learning skills for their own benefit.

The source of inspiration and motivation for each child should be their own. They should not have to just work to please a parent or ever be made to be responsible for a parent’s happiness or wellbeing. Healthy children can discover how to take accountability for their actions. No discipline needs to be physically applied. Find out your child’s values (what makes them tick) and you will be able to align their behaviour with the values. They will automatically adjust to achieving a goal that is meaningful to them.

To find out more about how to discover your child’s values, please go to the Contact page and send an email.


Within a family there is the fundamental reflection of the society in which it exists. The basic human patterns of behaviour that are not about survival but of social interactions are nurtured. It is a given that within this group it is safe to experiment with reactions to differing circumstances. It is a place where a child can become self-assured, not self – righteous, secure in the knowledge that they have enough abilities to cope in situations that may arise outside the family unit in public interactions. This is where opinions and prejudices are formed and it can be a dangerous exercise to pursue the ideals of parents where they have had negative results in the society they live in.

Think about your home as a place where your child will know love, nurturing and safety. Let it be a place where they can find inner strength and inspiration because it is where they are acknowledged for who they are as human beings. Let them know that the front door is always open as it is their door as much as your door. Make your home a place for your family to gather and bond, to support each other and be honest with each other. Let your home be a haven.

The truth of family is this. Children are precious, perfect human beings. Some of them are born with a wisdom that can teach us about ourselves, if we would listen and respect their pure interpretation of the world around them. Parents/Caregivers are given the honour of raising a child. Their sole duty is to equip this child with the ability to fulfil their dreams. To accomplish this, parents/caregivers will need to provide situations for their child to discover who they are and what they love to do. Each child will have their own selection of talents and will have a drive within them to follow their own path. Parents need to be there to guide them gently and help them to appreciate all that they have surrounded themselves with. Parents sometimes like to interfere in a child’s life so that they can meet their own needs for self fulfilment. Children experience burnout when this approach is followed. Parents learn to be unselfish and to place another’s needs before their own when they begin this journey.

Parents/Caregivers need to work as a team with equal input for the child. This enables the child to feel respect towards both parents. Adults who show unconditional love for their child teach their child that it is safe to try, and that mistakes are gifts that help humans learn. Parenting is not about an image or competition. Whatever your child does, it will be as a vision of beauty unfolding, revealing your own truth to you. You do not own your child, just as you do not own your partner or spouse, or any other human being. You are chosen to be an example for this child and that is a gift in itself. Let the child go through stages. Let the child stumble so that the concept of getting back up and forging ahead is learnt. Let the child feel proud or sad or angry or happy. Let them experience disappointment and know how to overcome. Do not rob your child of these experiences.

Allow your child to speak. They often have profound wisdom in their innocence of life. They have a fresh view of the world, and they appreciate all that they see around them. They have gracious curiosity and limitless energy to discover their world. Try to refresh your life by taking a look through their eyes. Remember that they know more than you did at their age because the world of technology has advanced so quickly. Do not hold them back from embracing all that life has to offer them. Let them live each day as its own unique adventure.

Learning is everywhere, happening all the time. Live life as though you are your child and find the joy and contentment that they know just by appreciating and loving all that they have around them. They expect good and display trust in your ability to parent them.

When you love them unconditionally, you will see that they pass this attribute on to others that they come across. Children do not see colour, race, or gender. They do not know about religion or politics or nationalities. All that they know is that there are other human beings around them and they find something wonderful in each person they meet which helps them to forgive easily and let bygones be bygones. They start each day as if it is the first day of their life, and they know that it will be wonderful.

Within a family there are adult role models for a child to imitate. Each adult has an important part to play in any child’s life. Adults’ reactions towards the child will result in the attitudes a child develops towards other adults and later other children. Parents/Caregivers will need to show wisdom and reserve, that the family’s interests is a priority, and that there integrity. Children emulate adults and the  examples that they use are those of their childhood experiences. A mother figure teaches a child about nurturing instincts in many forms for the family. Children learn about their value in society from being valued in their family environment. Parents/Caregivers are like roots to anchor a child as well as like the branches of a tree to shield, nurture and challenge. Children thrive in a true, balanced partnership between themselves and their parents or caregivers. Their security and joy will be the reward.

Self discipline is as leadership is. A worthy leader will be one that people follow in every aspect. This is true for a worthy parent/caregiver. Self-discipline is learnt from parents/caregivers. Every reaction and example that a parent/caregiver presents is how a child learns self-discipline. There is no need for any form of violence or manipulation because adults should understand the dynamic of setting a living model example. Respect is earned by the manner in which a child is treated in a variety of situations. Trust and security are foundations for this. A child may be experimenting or challenging its own parameters and a parent can observe how in nature the parent will gently guide the young in a more worthwhile direction. Understand that your child is trying to find out about his or her world. They will follow your example and your direction if you have shown them that you know the way by making them feel secure in your love for them. They will have you showering them with appropriate words of praise because you have been such an inspiring role model. You as a parent can teach your child all that he/she needs to know by being a living role model. Children want to be cooperative and enjoy happy experiences.

By being a good parent/caregiver, you empower your child with self-esteem and unconditional love, you reward their curiosity with opportunities to explore, and you show them how to respect yourself and everyone else by your own behaviour towards them and everyone else in your world.


Winter is the time of year when we forget to look at the beauty that still surrounds us. Most of us stay huddled up indoors and do not feel that the familiar warmth of the sunlight. We forget to notice the rainbow colours in the bits of frost on a fence when the early morning rays touch them. We do not observe the animals and how they follow the spots where the most warmth is felt during the day. We do not interact with others as often as we did in the summer.

With the lack on company and sunlight, we do not feel as joyful as we did during summer. We could use this time to become more introspective and aware of our own self. We could use the time to readjust some goals and assess our values. We could test to ascertain whether our values match our goals and find ways to accomplish this. Some of us just use this magical, quieter time to wither away into a pitiful heap of sadness over our (seemimgly) overwhelming circumstances.

Depression is a blanket term that has been abused by many people to find a way to attain medicine to obliterate any useful thoughts and hide away to hibernate for the colder months. It is a term that gains one entrance to a couch in a psychologists room to wallow in misery, so that one can return many times to enjoy the sympathy that is hired.

Depression means that you are kept down, so the remedy for it is to lift your self up and out of the circumstances that are seen to be the cause of it all. From a more objective viewpoint, break the problem up into more manageable chunks as you would if you were setting yourself a goal. Ask yourself why you feel negatively affected by the cause of your problem. Ask yourself how you can overcome it. This is done by sitting quietly with your self to listen to how you answer your questions. You will be surprised to know that you do have all the answers.

People are amazed by many things in this world. Look at pictures of the wonders of nature and you will feel something positive rising up inside your being. Observe children playing and you will feel love for humanity and yourself as you recognize yourself in their free, abundant joy at just living. Watch pets, such as dogs, playing in a park or in their own gardens and know that their acceptance of  and gratefulness for life  is as much as your own, and that you too can experience zest for living.

You are able to overcome and you are meant to exist in joy. Your task is to feed that joy so that you can experience warmth within you when the air is cold outside. You can rest, hibernate and refuel, but you must also review and renew to maintain your spirit and keep it inspired. When you are faced with dark thoughts, think of the most joyful times of your life and put your imagination back to those times to fill your spirit with joy. When you feel that it is too difficult to go on, just make yourself small goals. For example, tell yourself that you will phone a friend in one hour. Visit a friend or invite one over. Do a good deed for someone else or just listen to their story. Give yourself a task of feeding a pet or watching a comedy TV show at a certain time. Before you know it, the helpless feeling will have passed, and you will feel yourself strengthened. The choice for your feelings is up to you. You have the power to make sound, worthy choices which can keep you from sinking into depression.  You can rise above your circumstances.  At YVEHER you can receive guidance, healing and support for symptoms of depression with Gentle Healing. Go to the ‘Contact’ page and book your unique session.

Learning Challenges

Everyone is exposed to some form of challenge during their lives. It is how one manages, and overcomes, these so-called challenges that makes the difference to who we are afterwards.

Learning challenges can be seen as obstacles, mountains, and unwanted circumstances requiring some form of personal change. This often means that growth is about to take place as this is how humans develop as individuals. No two people experience challenges in the same way in their lives.

That implies that there are no exact patterns set down to approach a learning challenge. This means that each person will apply their own creative ability to meet the new circumstance. This is always successful, as each person is aware of their strengths and values. These are used as tools to study the varied aspects of the challenge and plan practical, attainable methods to make it more manageable.

Age is not a factor in meeting challenges. The younger one is, the easier it is to cope. Children are still in touch with the innate curiosity of human nature, and they are eager to discover solutions using their own tools. They thrive in situations where they are required to ponder and explore new paths to unraveling their experiences. Children are great examples to everyone else because their attitude is so positive and they come to any situation with a fresh mind. They see the world as an exciting place of discovery. They want to discover who they are as a person and they achieve this by observing how they function in each situation. They are extremely resilient and they approach life with unconditional love and acceptance of circumstance.

A learning challenge is a perceived obstacle to learning about a particular area or subject. This may have been imposed on a person by an institution or by another person. Every person can solve any problem, given the circumstances to thrive and once they are made aware of their own infinite abilities. All children can, and do, focus on a variety of things that are of interest and value to them. They enjoy humour and cartoons, action and fun. Find out what it is that drives them and you will help them to find the motivation to renew their interest in more mundane situations. Allow them to create and be open to their original solutions. They may discover a new way to perceive something in a different light, with no influence from a jaded world, just that of a pure human being.

There are only opportunities for growth, and every perceived learning challenge is just that. Reach out with both hands and embrace it. Find out how to align your values and interests to it, and be amazed at the way that your mind will come alive. You will grow while achieving beyond your expectations and dreams!

YVEHER will assist you in reaching your goals. You will be shown how to align your strengths with your goals. Your age is not important as all clients, from children to adults, are catered for. THE BRAIN TRAIN is a specialised set of movements to help you be calm and think clearly, and is another strategy to apply to improve focus and achievements. Click on ‘Services’ at the top of this page, scroll down to the area you would like to have some guidance with and contact YVEHER.


Wellbeing has many definitions. Generally, it is seen as the ability to thrive in the environment that a person chooses to live, to feel energetic and happy. Being well is to feel your body vibrate with all its organs, systems and endocrines working in harmonious, intrinsic synchronicity.

When your body reacts to emotional circumstances, it sets off a variety of responses within all the systems. With continued stress or trauma, the emotions are stored at cellular level and this causes the body dis-ease as it is out of sync. The immune system will struggle to respond appropriately, and the stored emotions can result in a depressed state. In the society we live in today, we are exposed to many forms of stress, as well as radiation and confusing mass thoughts. At times, we seem to be directionless, waiting via the media for the next “thrill” or “event” to focus on.  Most people are aware of what they eat and make an effort to nurture their bodies. However, when a body is under stress, it is in a flight/fight mode and often cannot make use of nutrients and vitamins as it would in different circumstances.

The body is perfectly made and is capable of restoring its equilibrium for health. Every part of the body is in continuous communication with every other part and conversely, every part has an effect on every other part. Sometimes the communication blockages caused by our lifestyles interfere with the harmony the body needs to work at optimum levels. At YVEHER, gentle, natural healing modalities are used to help your body to regain intrinsic synchronicity so that it can focus on the healing, adapting, recovering and developing that it is preprogrammed to do.

YVEHER uses energy healing as well as emotional healing, while supplying the client with tools to cope with and own their recovery. The body and mind are gently guided to heal from a wide variety of “out-of-synchronicity” states, and the client leaves relaxed, with a sense of improved wellbeing and positive motivation to go forward into complete recovery. States of dis-ease that are addressed include all health problems, addictions, learning challenges and misguided perceptions.

Your body was made to work in its own perfect synchronicity and it uses a state of dis-ease to communicate breakdowns that need to be addressed to achieve your state of wellbeing.

Contact YVEHER and experience a real GENTLE HEALING process where your body is able to orchestrate its order of priorities to heal intrinsically.

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Young adults can achieve their first steps towards their future today! Participation in an YVEHER workshop or session will enable the discovery of individual talents and unique personal values. These can be used to set up various goals and start the realization of dreams.

Many teenagers face challenges from all areas of life. When they are given tools to overcome peer pressure and be their own leader, they are able to make wiser decisions based on how they relate different aspects of their lives. YVEHER presents workshops for schools to help address needs in each specific area of life.

Young adults are filled with the sense of adventure that becoming independent promises to be. How they approach this stage of their lives is an obvious concern for parents, teachers and community leaders. This is an age when there are many changes going on, physically, mentally and emotionally.  Every young person deserves to have some tools to use as measuring guides for making decisions.  As they discover in an YVEHER workshop, every choice is important and it has far-reaching effects. In the fast-paced world that they are faced with, strong personal boundaries are a compulsory part of an unfamiliar stage. These will ensure that each choice has a solid base. Every person is an individual and comes from a complex background of home, school and life environments. When they are placed into a situation where there are many young people at varying stages of becoming who they are going to be one day, some issues and conflicts may arise which can have negative self-esteem results. YVEHER workshops present young adults with a different aspect of how to handle situations and come out of them unscathed.

Should you wish to participate in a workshop or an individual session, please click on “Services” and make your choice for an informed, successful future.

Acknowledge your gifts talents and begin your path to your INTRINSIC SUCCESS!