Author: lenabunodiere

Interview with Atira Tan- CEO and Founder of Art to Healing

Creating Hope and Transforming Trauma www.arttohealing.org My message for people who do feel the heartbreak is that the heartbreak is there to teach us something. It is there because it is a human response to something that is painful. When we embrace the power of choice; we can use our lives and the energy that […]

3 Biggest Lessons I Learned From my Internship as a Dance Movement Therapist at The Women’s Center in Stockholm

After months of searching for a placement, I was overjoyed when I found out that I would be able to carry out my internship at the Women’s Center in Stockholm – to me it was like a far-away unrealistic dream that I never thought would come true. I’ve known for a while now that a […]

Health is Also What We Wear – Interview with Celia Ingesson Founder of Greeningline

We buy and treat or clothes as A Take Out. We buy a top because it’s as cheap and then throw it away and we don’t even think twice about it. The problem is that we wear it on our skin, which is our biggest organ. If people really think about it, it’s no surprise that […]

Teaching Yoga in Prison – Interview With Natalia Pedroza Roldán

There is always light in the darkness; people are really willing to develop their best potential if you give them a chance Natalia, you studied psychology for 3 years and then specialized in humanistic psychology for another 2 years, when did your interest for the human mind, behaviour and development begin? It started around 2004, […]

Interview with Kimberly ; How to Rebalance the Body and Mind with Traditional Chinese Medicine Principles, Food Therapy, Yoga and Qi Gong

Eating or living for balance, and making small adjustments to get back into balance. I want to empower people through awareness. Kimberly, you are a Wellness Coach, a Macrobiotic counselor, a Traditional Chinese Therapy and Food Energetics teacher, an Emotional Anatomy consultant, a yoga instructor and a Sound healer. Can you tell us where and […]

The Unknown Reason Compassion Sets Us Free – When Science Meets Ancient Wisdom

When I decided I wanted to major in dance many years ago, my mother must have thought I was delusional. I don’t blame her; I was nearly seventeen, I had no formal training, no long-term plan, just a deep desire to move like a dancer. What I lacked in ability (and sense of reality) I […]

Interview With Cecilia Douglas – Why is Fascia so Crucial to Our Health?

In a way, they stole the body away from us; we should have this education in school Lena: You’ve had a long and fruitful career in the world of health and wellness, starting with different massage therapy techniques before transitioning your career into teaching movement; when did you develop a passion for movement?  Cecilia: I […]