Nasci em Macaé-RJ, no dia 03 de novembro de 1961. A minha formação acadêmica inicial foi em Administração de Empresas. Trabalhei como consultora empresarial durante muitos anos. Por volta do ano de 1999, comecei a minha formação holística na área das Terapias pois compreendi a necessidade de ampliar o meu conhecimento no comportamento humano para o meu trabalho.

O meu pai trabalhou com a bioeletrografia durante muito tempo e, na ocasião da sua morte, presenteei um amigo com a sua máquina kirlian. Poucos meses depois ele me devolveu o equipamento pois havia sonhado com o meu pai dizendo que a máquina kirilian deveria ficar comigo para que eu pudesse continuar o seu trabalho.

 

 

 

Procurei então o Professor Newton Milhomens e tive a oportunidade de fazer os Cursos oferecidos pela IUMAB – International Union of Medical and Applied Bioeletrography com o próprio e com a Dra. Selma Milhomens (atual Vice-Presidente da IUMAB ).
Este foi o início do meu trabalho como terapeuta holística.

FORMAÇÃO

- Curso de  Reiki - Sistema Usui, Tibetano, Osho e Karuna (Professora Lidia Curvelo / RJ - Ano: 2000)
- Curso de Astronomia (Fundação Planetário / RJ - Ano 2001)
- Curso de Interpretação de Bioeletrografias (UMAB / Curitiba  - Ano: 2006)
- Curso Avançado de Interpretação de Bioeletrografias  -  Master Degree (IUMAB / Curitiba - Ano: 2006)
- Formação em Psicofisiologia Chinesa e Práticas Energéticas (Professor  Juracy Cançado / RJ - Ano: 2007)
- Curso de Florais de Minas (Professor Rodhrigo Campos / RJ - Ano 2009)
- Formação em Biossíntese (Escola de Biossíntese / RJ - Ano 2008)
- Workshop Massagem Metamórfica (Facilitadora Surama / RJ – Ano 2010)
- Tarô de Marselha (Professor Mickael Jan / RJ – Ano 2011)

 

 

 

 

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