Yoga for Healing
For those who wish to explore, and be liberated from the unconscious dynamics that run their lives…
A typical Compassionate Inquiry session will enable you to explore ways that will help you build the capacity for…
Addiction counselling supports individuals who are experiencing challenges with difficult habitual patterns…
In Yoga for Healing, Anna offers individual yoga classes, as well as various workshops with the focus on improving health…
Hello! I’m Anna
Certified Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner, Addiction Counsellor, Yoga Teacher, Healthy Breast Educator, Beyond Addiction Trainer, Hormone Yoga Therapist and
I am passionate about supporting others in fulfilling their potential, as they gain better self-understanding through self-exploration, body awareness and self-compassion.
My journey of self-discovery began many years ago, when I realized that I had been depressed for most of my life.
With Compassionate Inquiry and Addiction counselling, as well as wide range of training and experience based in yogic traditions, I support clients in understanding and dealing with the causes of their addictive behaviour.
With breathing exercises, body awareness, nutritional guidelines, detoxification and recommendations for life style changes, I am able to assist my clients in alleviating symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression and menopause, as well as Type II Diabetes.
I also support women in recovery from breast cancer and educate them about methods that assist with breast cancer prevention.
Stress, Anxiety, Depression
Breast Cancer Prevention
All Beings deserve attention, respect, and compassion. I trust that all clients have the ability to access their self-healing potential. It is my belief that clients are able to make appropriate therapeutic choices that are for their best and highest good – choices that lead to life changing experiences, and deep inner healing.
"In fact, it is only when compassion is present that people will allow themselves to see the truth."
—A.H.Almaas, Diamond Heart Book One
—A.H. Almaas, Diamond Heart Book One
“Sometimes being real means allowing pain or accepting a painful truth. Yet something in us aligns with an inner ground of authenticity when we are real. We love it because of its inherent rightness in our soul, the sense of 'Aha, here I am and there is nothing to do but be.'”
The Unfolding Now: Realizing Your True Nature through the Practice of Presence
“Your environment wasn't supportive, wasn't loving, did not respond to you ... The fundamental thing that happened, and the greatest calamity, is not that there was no love or support. The greater calamity, which is caused by the first calamity is that you lost the connection to your essence. That is much more important than whether your mother or father loved you or not.”