transform your body, mind, emotion & spirit
Emotional Cleansing & Release Consultant
You might gain benefit from this as I have been able to help many people in my practice with it … Key to healing is (starts with) Self-Awareness and Self- Love.
“There is no such thing as an” Incurable disease “. 97% of all disease is Psychosomatic. ~ Dr. Swami Gitananda
Release Your Suppressed Emotional Luggage, Transform Your Body, Mind and Your Life …
Emotional Cleansing & Release Healing Therapy can be extremely effective to help you transform mentally, Physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Schedule an Emotional Healing Initial Consultation with me to learn:
- Which Suppressed emotional blockages / Stresses in your life are Contributing to your problem (s)
- How traumatic experiences can cause chronic internal conflicts and feelings That lead to diseases as cancer, heart problems etc …
- How to use Heart4Life body-mind techniques to release and let go of emotional luggage so you can start to live on purpose and transform every aspect of your life
Guaranteed 100% private and individualized. Consultations are available, Conducted via Skype, everywhere in the world.
My mission in life (as a INFJ-A / INFJ-T personality) is to teach / educate and guide people. To support and help people to Become conscious aware of their Own innerstrength ability to heal and / cure themelves from chronic / degenerative disorders.
Degenerative diseases: cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, thyroid disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, etc ..
My work as a Chakra Yoga Teacher and Emotional Release Consultant I do from my heart and soul. With love, empathy, and passion I guide people towards a healthy, vital, happy, and contented life – less dependent of drugs and medicine or any other addictions.
To me, people need not be perfect. As long as they are real people. And a slight of humor, weirdness and eccentricity would be a great bonus …
My emphasis is not on first taking “Action”.
My emphasis is on “Being” self-love and self-awareness.
Discover your “Being” first.
First BE, than the right ACTIONS will follow …
I have had the honor of witnessing truly (miraculous) healings of people who were given up by regular medicine and under my guidance learn to heal themselves and relieve their pain.
Do not wait any longer for things to change for itself and let me empower yourself. Call or email me today!
I AM USING THESE 7 COOLEST P-TOOLS:
- Proper Breathing and control techniques (clean oxygen intake)
- Proper Exercises & Movements (yoga and stretching, earthing-walking, cardio, weight training, swimming, dancing, etc …)
- Proper Relaxation (yin yoga, yoga nidra, guided meditation, massage, light therapy, sound therapy)
- Proper Diet (the right diet: sugar free / gluten free / dairy-free and lactose-free)
- Proper Detoxification (detoxification of body and mind)
- Proper Mindset & Meditation (also visualization)
- (Consciousness on) Psychosomatic disorders / Understanding and Healing your pain
Mental and spiritual work:
– Emotional Release Work
– Trauma (s) processing
– Understanding the (pain) signals of your body
– Stress Management
Anyone who does not recognize that there is a problem does not really want to change. It’s that simple!
The Art of Breath(Work)
Breath is the source of prana, or life force, and among the most basic of all human functions. Breathing consists of two phases: inhalation and exhalation. When you inhale, the diaphragm—a dome-shaped muscle separating the lungs from the abdominal cavity—contracts. This allows your lungs to expand and fill with air. On the exhale, the diaphragm returns to its normal position, air is expelled, and the lungs shrink back to their original shape.
The respiratory center of the brain stem involuntarily controls your breathing without your having to think about it. Although breathing is an automatic and often mindless process, its implications for your well-being are profound.
Breath and the Nervous System
When the body is relaxed, breathing is typically long, smooth, and slow. You may notice that your jaw loosens, shoulders relax, and stomach rises and falls with each breath. This state is governed by the parasympathetic nervous system, which slows your heart rate and stimulates digestion. The parasympathetic nervous system is associated with a rest-and-digest state of being. When your body is at rest, it directs energy toward necessary functions such as sleep and fat burning.
Inversely, rapid breathing is controlled by the sympathetic nervous system, which makes your heart beat faster and increases your blood pressure. This is the fight-or-flight center of the body. Think of a time when you have been afraid. You may have felt your chest tighten, and breath becoming shallow and rapid—centered in your chest. You may notice this type of shallow breathing with some conditions such as chronic stress or heart disease, pneumonia, emphysema, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Benefits of Deep, Nose Breathing
Just as you know that shallow breathing is associated with the body’s stress response, science inversely supports a profound link between deep breathing and positive health outcomes.
The benefits of deep breathing include:
- Enhanced blood oxygenation
- Decreased stress
- Improved pain tolerance
- Decreased reports of anger and depression
- Enhanced gut health
Breathing Practice: Pranayama
Although respiration is automatic, you can consciously alter qualities of your breathing such as the rate or depth of breath. Pranayama is a Sanskrit term that means to practice breath control. One way to perform Pranayama at home is to practice diaphragmatic breathing. Diaphragmatic breathing—done regularly—can help to strengthen the diaphragm, improve the capacity of the lungs, and optimize the benefits of deep respiration.
Breathe Through Your Diaphragm
There are five steps for diaphragmatic breathing.
- Position yourself in a comfortable position. Most people find it easiest to start while lying on the ground, on your back. You can bend your knees and place your feed hip distance on the ground. Once you feel comfortable with the technique, you may try moving into a seated position for the breathing exercise.
- Place one hand on your belly, and one hand on your chest.
- Gently close your lips and breathe through your nose. Nasal breathing provides optimal oxygenation and parasympathetic nervous system response.
- Focus on the breath moving into your nose and filling up your belly. The hand over your belly will rise and fall, while the hand over your chest should hardly move.
Focusing on stilling the chest while relaxing and filling the belly helps to encourage perpendicular diaphragmatic movement. This type of contraction allows your lungs to expand deeply by contracting the diaphragm, which in turn pushes against the abdominal organs. The downward pressure of the diaphragm causes the stomach to rise, providing healthy movement to the abdominal organs and pelvic floor.
- Practice. Pranayama can, and should, be practiced daily. Try incorporating five to ten minutes into your daily routine.
Pranayama on the Go
Feeling stressed while on the go? Maybe your boss has made you upset, or you are running late for an appointment and caught at a stop light. You can use your breath to shift your state of being, no matter where you are or who you are around. Try these small cues to provide yourself with a little tune-up and optimized respiration, no matter the audience:
- Gently close your lips and breathe through your nose
- Trace the movement of your inhale down, past your chest, into your belly
- Relax your jaw. Let your tongue fall away from the roof of your mouth. Unclench any clenched teeth.
- Practice counting—count to five on the inhale and five again on the exhale. Repeat for as long as you need until you feel centered—like you are no longer ready to fight or flee.
Breath is the most simple and rich source of prana that you use to fuel all other body functions. It is important that you do not take for granted this most basic process. Instead, find time in the day to practice awareness around your breathing. Whether you have time for a full Pranayama practice, or simply find yourself breathing more through your nose and less through your mouth, you will be doing good for both your body and your mind. Written by Brittany Wright.
Thai Herbal Ball & Oil Massage
Massage Therapist Kun Svang is known as the massage doctor. He has leg massaging for 47 years. Kun Svang (blindman 57 years old) is the proud private massage therapist of the late King Bhumibol’s son. He has done wonders with his herbal / oil massage with cancer and other chronically ill patient .
The Thai Herbal Ball compress technique offers several at potential health benefits: It Induces deep relaxation, relieves stress and fatigue, boosts both emotional and physical well-being, assists alignment and postural integrity of the body, Improves circulation of blood and lymph and Stimulates the internal organs.
The hot compresses are ideal for alleviating pain, stiff, sore or pulled muscles and ligaments, chronic back aches, arthritis, even skin conditions, migraines and chronic stress or anxiety. The blend of traditional Thai herbs used in compresses thesis has a relaxing and invigorating effect on the body and mind, soothing sore and overworked muscles while giving the body’s energy reserves, a huge boost.
The herbs in the compress Possess That properties are anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent and antioxidant. They are used to address sprains, bruises and sore muscles, cleanse and heal the skin by promoting cell growth, and aid upper respiratory ailments zoals bronchitis, asthma and the common cold.
Together, Phung and Kun Svang form the healing team.
Integrate Yoga in Your Training
The choice to work together since the end of football season 2013-2016 with Mitchell Dijks (Ajax defender, then Willem II) proves successful.
Through my individual approach and specifically tuned to this Yoga, there is Mitchell Dijks (Ajax) made significant progress both physically and mentally. Other top players like Fabian Sporkslede (Ajax) and goalkeeper Kostas Lamprou (Willem II) chose my individual coaching.
Sean Klaiber and Filip Bednarek (FC Utrecht), however, has opted for group lessons Heart4Life.
What benefits are gained by adding Heart4Life Yoga to the training of the top players themselves?
1. Mental peace
- fewer violations
- fewer cards
- more list field (lowering stress levels)
2. Improved flexibility of muscles and joints
- increased range of motion
- better transfer of talent and skills in the field
3. Mental and physical balance
- better interaction between mind and body
- awareness of emotions and blockades and abolish (improved concentration response s)
4. Increase in physical strength and endurance
- better breath control so that players can fully go until the last second during matches
A growing number of athletes integrate yoga into their training. Not only physical fitness but also for the mental aspect.
Trainers, coaches and therapists write Yoga for athletes and sportsmen to improve their strength and flexibility and to prevent injuries.
Yoga creates balance in the body. By means of a series of postures this increases the flexibility and endurance of the muscle.
Yoga reduces injuries, improves concentration, strengthens the “Hulk” (back, abdomen and pelvis) of your body and strengthens the joints by means of low-impact exercises.
Besides the physical benefits yoga offers emotional and mental benefits. By linking the postures with breathing athlete is aware of his body and his mind. It forces the athlete to look within and find inner peace in difficult or stressful situations.
Want to learn some yoga for you or your team can do?
Mail me or call me on +31(0)6-154 69 201.
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates
Heart4Food was created from my passion for healthy and tasty food. The importance of healthy diet combined with yoga is important because it complements each other. My grandmother and mother taught me from an early age to deal with fresh ingredients and bring together flavors. From my enthusiasm for this I developed a love of good food. In Thailand, where I was born and raised, I started at my fourth year to bring this passion into practice. I made a fire and used an empty can to the traditional Tom Yum soup (spicy clear soup). For the soup I used the fresh ingredients that I was to the house of my grandmother in the Thai village where lived my whole family. Cooking in the same way as I saw my mother do.
Cooking for me is an art and I combine like interesting overlapping and bold fresh ingredients from the West – and Asian cuisines: The more refined taste and simplicity of European cuisine, the focus of Chinese Szechuan cuisine, tropical flavors and smells of Malaysian cuisine, creamy with nuts and coconut cooked curries from Thailand and (southern) India and aromatic herbs from the Arabic cuisine.
The purpose of my way of cooking is making delicious meals that raise awareness by nurturing body, senses, mind and soul. The meals are aimed at people with busy lives and help them to feel fit and energetic.
For my dishes, I use organic ingredients such as various fruits, sea and land – vegetables, herbs, chillies, nuts, grains and seeds. The result is the “cuisine minceur” add meals with a variety of small portions each having their own tastes. The food is prepared shortly thus addition of taste is healthy and nutritious, crunchy, colorful, fragrant and rich.
The ideal Heart4Life meal is a harmonious blend of the spicy, the subtle, sweet and sour, and is meant to be equally satisfying to eye, nose and mouth!
My experience now extends from providing catering for groups on retreats and special occasions to individual cooking supervision for clients who want to experience a more healthy way of eating. I teach cooking and help people switch to a healthier lifestyle, both by giving personal training as well as through group sessions and workshops. Where the need arises, the lessons can be combined with yoga workshops.
Heart4Food ’s mission is: to provide an awareness-enhancing tasty experience to people carefully and healthy want in life.
Yin & Yang Yoga
Everything consists of yin and yang. Yin refers to the moon energy, the female energy, calm, intuitive. Yang refers to the solar energy, the masculine energy, action, dynamism. In our busy Western society where everyone runs from one to the other and lived by his agenda, dominates the yang energy. Many people also feel that their body is not in balance. We feel hunted our lives and in our heads. In Yin and yang yoga we try to bring both energies into balance. The lesson starts with some quiet yin postures that work on a deep stretch. Then we move to a yang flow which we activate the energy in our body and closing back with yin and a relaxing shavasana.
The lessons at Heart4Life “inside” are deliberately small (max. 7 participants per class), allowing maximum room for personal attention and desire. In fine weather, the lesson (s) will sometimes be out.
Private lessons are offered for beginners and advanced. The lesson is then tailored to your personal situation and specific problems. Want a dynamic or a more relaxing or more therapeutic approach?
Yoga’s healing effect on both mind and body is now widely known. However, not everyone may as well come along in a regular yoga class. In yoga therapy, we take this into account…
Yoga at work is the ideal way to increase the concentration of workers, reduce stress and increase the work ethic.The Program Office Yoga in consultation with you, tailored to the specific…
Yin & Yang Yoga
Everything consists of yin and yang. Yin refers to the moon energy, the female energy, calm, intuitive. Yang refers to the solar energy, the masculine energy, action, dynamism…
Yoga 4 Top Sport
Yoga’s beneficial effect on both body and mind is now generally known. However, not everyone can come along equally well in a regular yoga class. We take this into account in yoga therapy; during these lessons, not the form of the exercise, but the possibilities of man is central. The goal is always finding balance, both literally and figuratively. Based on Hatha yoga exercises, during these sessions we work on improving breathing, relaxation and meditation.