• What Is Hypnosis?
    Hypnosis is not magic, it is science! It is a trance-like state of heightened suggestibility, attention and concentration. Hypnosis has been shown to have many medical and therapeutic benefits and is used to reduce interference from the conscious mind. It is a state of heightened awareness, increased relaxation that allows the conscious mind to accept suggestions to re-write patterns in current behavior. In hypnotherapy, we use verbal repetition, mind relaxation techniques to bring out suppressed events and emotions that are blocked by the conscious mind. Hypnosis typically makes people more open to suggestions which lead to a desired change in behavior. Hypnotherapy may help cope better with anxiety, fear, pain, pas traumatic events, addictions, OCD and any other behaviors that produce a negative effect for the the person undergoing the therapy.  Although the person is more open to suggestion during , they don't lose control over their behavior during a hypnosis session.
  • How Does RTT Work?
    Rapid Transformational Therapy is a method developed by Marisa Peer. It has been proven to safely investigate client’s physical, mental or emotional problems via the unconscious mind, understand the impact the event(s) had on their life and successfully rewire their brain. The results are rapid and permanent.
  • Is It Safe?
    Yes. It is completely safe and there are no long term negative effects. Rare short- term effects may include fatigue or drowsiness.
  • How Long Is The Session?
    The session is approximately 1.5 to 2 hours and at the end you receive a bespoke recording that you will listen for 21 days.
  • What Can I Do To Prepare For The Session?
    Drink plenty of water the day before the session, rest well, wear comfortable clothing and try to rest at least for 1 hour after the session.
  • What Does It Feel Like?
    Most clients experience a feeling of deep relaxation, a floating sensation. The level of relaxation does not mean the result of the session is not successful. Even if the relaxation is not thorough (as with clients with anxiety and fear), the success of the session are
  • Can I Get Stuck In Hypnosis?
    No, if for some reason our session is interrupted and you are still under hypnosis, you will simply come back to your full awareness within a few minutes.
  • What If I Go Back To Scenes From The Past That Are Painful Or Scary?
    Your subconscious mind may take you to unpleasant scenes from the past. This means that there is healing to be done in this area and I will support you through this process. In regression you are not re-living the scenes, but re-viewing them from a distance. As a result, the intensity of the original experience is minimized.
  • When Will I Start To See Changes?
    There are 3 types of change from Rapid Transformational Therapy.
    • Immediate: You experience a massive shift in your physical and mental health.
    • Incremental: You see consistent shifts every day, or over time. Improvements are additive and you feel better with every passing day.
    • Retroactive: You don’t see the shifts right away and then at some point in the future you understand that you are a completely different person from who you were before and now living your life free from the limitation you had.
  • What If I Don't Go Deep Into Hypnosis?
    The depth of hypnosis is not indicative of the result from the session. Profound changes are often observed in clients who enter a light alpha state and experience a lasting change they were looking for.
  • How many sessions do I need?
    This depends on your specific issue and how much affect it had on your subconscious mind but 1-3 sessions are usually required for most cases.


  • What Are The Side Effects of Breathing?
    Breathing for a prolonged period of time can lead to Tetany. This is characterized by cramping, tightening, tingling, paralyzing, or numbing sensations of the hands and/or feet (others call it breathwork lobster hands). It is a very common occurrence during Breathwork. It is temporary and the body will re-adjust within minutes after resuming regular, steady breathing.
  • What Happens In The Body During Breathwork?
    By active breath, you start to increase the level of oxygen in your body. You stimulate the hypothalamus gland, release endorphins in the body and of course oxygenate the blood. Due to higher levels of endorphins, the brain is less in control. It might feel uncomfortable at first but we encourage you to keep going as it will pass after several minutes. You may start to feel electric like vibrations in your body and as if it is coming alive with energy in different parts. This is an indication that the body is starting to open up allowing emotions and energy to move freely through the body. In this state you are moving into a higher state of consciousness. During breathwork you will feel your nervous system slowing down and will feel at ease and relaxed. Your mind gains clarity on next steps and you will overall feel a lot more in control and present.
  • Is Breathwork Similar To Meditation?
    Breathwork, and meditation have very similar mindfulness benefits. We do love breathwork as it is very energizing, and you will see results after only one session.
  • What are the different types of breathwork, and what do they aim to achieve?
    There is a diverse range of breathwork techniques. These practices share a common thread—they compel the ego to observe and centre. However, each type has a specific purpose:
    • Transcendental Breathwork: Aims to transcend ordinary consciousness and connect with higher states of awareness.
    • Alchemical Breathwork: Focuses on inner transformation, using breath to transmute emotional and psychological elements.
    • Conscious Breathwork: Promotes mindfulness, encouraging present-moment awareness through intentional breathing.
    • Biodynamic Breathwork: Concentrates on releasing stored tension and unresolved emotions from the body.
    • Transformational Breathwork: Aims to facilitate personal growth and transformation by using breath as a tool for self-discovery.
    • Rebirthing Breathwork: Centers on revisiting and releasing birth trauma to promote emotional healing and personal evolution.
    These breathwork practices purge limiting beliefs, renew energy, detoxify the body and mind, and experience vitality while remaining fully present in each moment. Individuals can attain deep peace and lasting vitality by investing energy into themselves.

Cold Water Therapy

  • Why Practice Cold Water Therapy?
    The benefits are many! Improved cardio-vascular system, immune system, increased concentration and relaxation are some of the effects of this practice. Increased level of well-being and life satisfaction are often observed.
  • Is it Dangerous For Your Health?
    It could be unsafe if not performed under careful supervision. The exposure to the cold needs to be gradual and controlled. With regular practice and correct preparation it is completely safe and enjoyable.
  • How Does Breathwork Help With Cold Water Immersion?
    Various breathing techniques are used to prepare the body and the mind for the exposure. Circulation is greatly improved as well as the concentration to face your fears and re-establish who is in charge here. You or the fear.
  • How Long Do I Need To Be In The Water?
    Every person is different. Generally speaking, 15 sec to 30 sec is enough to start, however your endurance and confidence in yourself will take you to a couple of minutes mark and longer within a week or so.
  • Am I Too Young Or Too Old To Practice Cold Therapy?
    If you are old enough to read this text – you are safe! No matter what age you are, with proper guidance, you will find yourself becoming a transformed person in a very short time.
  • How Often Do I Need to Practice?
    Every person is different. You can practice once per week, every other day or daily. You will quickly realize what the best schedule is for you. It is better to engage in shorter immersions, but on a regular basis versus long exposure to the cold from time to time.
  • How to start cold water therapy?
    Starting cold water therapy, especially for beginners, involves a gradual and mindful approach to cold exposure. Here are some steps to help you get started with cold water therapy:
    • Set Clear Goals: Determine your goals for cold water therapy. Whether you're looking to improve circulation, boost energy, or reduce inflammation, having clear objectives can help tailor your practice.
    • Start with Contrast Showers: For beginners, it's often recommended to begin with contrast showers. Start with a warm shower for a few minutes, then gradually decrease the water temperature to lukewarm, cool, and finally cold. Alternate between warm and cold for 30 seconds to a minute each.
    • Gradual Cold Exposure: Once you're comfortable with contrast showers, you can progress to full cold showers. Begin with shorter exposures and gradually increase the time as your tolerance builds. Pay attention to your body's signals and never push yourself too far too quickly.
    • Focus on Breathing: Deep and controlled breathing is crucial during cold water exposure. Practice slow and steady breaths to help your body adapt to the cold and reduce the stress response.
    • Safety First: Always prioritize safety. Cold water exposure can be intense, so never engage in it if you're feeling unwell, have open wounds, or are alone without supervision.
    • Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water before and after your cold water therapy sessions to stay hydrated and support your body's recovery.
    • Warm-Up After: After cold exposure, warm up gradually with dry clothes, blankets, or physical activity to raise your body temperature and avoid feeling excessively cold.
    • Consistency is Key: To experience the benefits of cold water therapy, consistency matters. Consider making it a regular part of your routine, but always listen to your body and adjust as needed.
  • What Condiotions Can Be Treated With Cold Water Therapy?
    • For Arthritis: Cold water therapy may provide relief for individuals with arthritis by reducing joint inflammation and relieving pain. The cold water can help numb the affected area, offering temporary relief from discomfort.
    • For Fibromyalgia: When used judiciously, cold water therapy can be a complementary approach for managing fibromyalgia. The cold temperature may help alleviate muscle pain and reduce the hypersensitivity associated with fibromyalgia.
    • For Anxiety: Cold water immersion can induce a physiological stress response, which may help individuals adapt to stressors over time. This adaptive response can potentially reduce anxiety symptoms and increase resilience to stress.
    • For Depression: Cold water therapy's stimulating effect can lead to increased alertness and the release of endorphins, which are natural mood elevators. Some individuals find that cold water exposure can help improve their mood and alleviate depressive symptoms.
    • For Weight Loss: While not a direct weight loss method, cold water therapy can indirectly support weight loss efforts. Exposure to cold water may activate brown fat, which burns calories to generate heat, potentially contributing to weight management when combined with a healthy diet and exercise.
  • What is the best temperature for Cold Water Therapy?
    The optimal temperature for cold water therapy primarily depends on individual preferences and specific objectives. Typically, cold water therapy utilizes water temperatures hovering around 0°C (32°F), which provides a profoundly cold and invigorating experience. By using ice cold water, we keep water at the same temperature during every immersion to maintain consistency.


  • What is Kambo?
    Kambo is a sacred medicine collected from the back of Giant Tree frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor). This amphibian lives in the northwestern part of the Amazon where the natives use its secretion to gain strength, build immunity, cure illnesses and also to get rid of “panema” or negative energy.
  • How does Kambo work?
    Kambo is not a psychedelic or a hallucinogenic substance. It stimulates the lymphatic system to release toxins, heavy metals, bacteria, viruses, fungi, weak and damaged cellular particles into the digestive system where they will be purged from your body via the water consumed at the beginning of the ceremony. It also strengthens the immune system brings the body back to homeostasis.
  • Is Kambo safe?
    Yes. It is generally very safe and there are no long term negative effects. The short-term effects may include fatigue or drowsiness for up to 1 hour, light-headedness, swelling of the face which may last up to 24 hrs.
  • How Long Is The Ceremony?
    The ceremony is approximately 1.5 to 2 hours. The most intense part of the treatment lasts about 20 min and is followed by physical and emotional relief. It is safe to resume normal activities including operating a motor vehicle within 1 hr after the treatment.
  • How Can I Prepare for Kambo?
    Fast for at least 12 hrs or longer if possible. On the day of the ceremony do not drink water. You should be thirsty as you need to consume about 2 liters of water on an empty stomach.
  • What Does Kambo Feel Like?
    Most clients experience increased heartbeat, sweating, pulsating sensations in the face and body, changes in hearing, tingling and possibly nausea.
  • Kambo is not safe if you have...
    If you have had a stroke, aneurysm, blood clot, brain hemorrhage, organ transplant or currently take an immune suppressant medication for an organ transplant. It may not be safe if you are pregnant, maybe pregnant or breastfeeding a child under 6 months. Also, if you have Addison’s Disease or Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. If is not safe for individuals who have psychological, psychiatric or mental conditions. If you are menstruating be aware that Kambo contains powerful vasodilators, therefore, may increase the flow for 24-36 hours following treatment.
  • What to bring for the ceremony?
    • Empty stomach and 2 l of water at room temperature
    • Yoga mat, cushion, blanket, personal or altar items.
    • Your intention and journal notes.
  • What should I expect during the Kambo Ceremony?
    During a Kambo ceremony, participants often report a range of experiences, which can include:
    • Heightened Presence and Awareness.
    • Irregular Heartbeat and Sweating
    • Redness or Swelling of the Face or Hands
    • Nausea and Fever
    • Feeling of Losing Control 
    • Feeling of Discomfort and Uneasiness
    • The Need to Purge and Use the Bathroom
  • What are the benefits of Kambo?
    Kambo offers several benefits, including:
    • Purification and Cleansing.
    • Clarity of Mind.
    • Connection to Nature.
    • Emotional Release.
    • Empathy and Compassion.
    • Physical Detoxification.
    • Improved Immune Function.
    • Cleanse of Lymphatic system
    • Pain Relief.
    • Mental Clarity
    • Increased satisfaction of self and others
  • What happens during the ceremony of Kambo?
    When you take Kambo, the process involves applying Kambo secretion to small burns or incisions on the skin. This typically leads to intense physical reactions like nausea, vomiting, sweating, and a rapid heart rate and blood pressure increase. These reactions are a way to cleanse the body of toxins and impurities. In addition to the physical responses, Kambo can also have significant psychological and spiritual effects. Many participants report heightened mental clarity, emotional release, and increased spiritual awareness during and after a ceremony. Some even describe having visions or gaining insights into their lives. It's crucial to approach Kambo with caution and only under the guidance of an experienced practitioner, as the experience can be intense and varies from person to person.
  • What are bioactive peptides in Kambo?
    Bioactive peptides in Kambo are short chains of amino acids found within the secretion of the Amazonian giant monkey frog, Phyllomedusa bicolor. These peptides are considered bioactive because they have specific biological activities and can interact with the human body in various ways. While the exact composition of Kambo peptides can vary, one of the most well-known peptides in Kambo is Phyllomedusin. These bioactive peptides in Kambo are believed to be responsible for the physiological and psychological effects experienced during a Kambo ceremony. They can stimulate the digestive and immune systems, potentially act as natural painkillers, and induce various responses such as nausea, vomiting, sweating, and increased heart rate and blood pressure.
  • What are the uses for Kambo?
    Kambo is often discussed in the context of traditional medicine and shamanic practices, and some individuals have reported physical and mental benefits. However, the scientific research on Kambo's therapeutic applications is limited, and individual responses can vary widely due to lack of standardized protocols. Some of the problems or conditions for which people have sought Kambo are:
    • Depression.
    • Anxiety.
    • Addiction.
    • Chronic Pain.
    • Migraines and Headaches.
    • Fertility issues

The Sacred Toad (Bufo Alvarius)

  • What is Bufo Alvarius and 5 MeO-DMT?
    Bufo Alvarius is an amphibian that is often referred to as “Bufo” or “the Sacred Toad” or the "Colorado River Toad" and has the power to help the person see within themselves and liberate from all programs and attachments that do not serve you. The effects of the medicine interfere with the workings of the ego, can elicit a state of oneness, unconditional love, purity, but most importantly a perspective of who we really are. The unlimited, eternal carriers of light, a fractal of pure love experiencing the world through a unique perspective here on Earth. The protective secretions contain a substance called 5 MeO-DMT and when heated and inhaled, produces a state of clarity, connectedness, oneness, feeling of belonging to all that is and re-connection with the Source. Words do not do it justice! This is a time of clarity, awareness of all that is in existence. Think of it as an opportunity to zoom out and view yourself, past experiences, traumas and limitations from a higher vantage point. It is as if we are watching a movie where you are not quite associating yourself with the main character, but observing from a place of detachment and objectivity.
  • How does 5 MeO-DMT work?
    The medicine is vapourized and inhaled into the lungs where it travels throughout the body and into the brain . Molecularly, it strongly resembles a neurotransmitter called serotonin. 5 MeO-DMT binds to these receptors causing changes to the perception of the usual reality. The programs that typically help to make sense of the so called “reality” are disrupted resulting in a feeling of unity with all that is!
  • Are The Toads Harmed During Medicine Collection?
    No. The toads are released back into nature and can be milked multiple times without being harmed.
  • What can I expect during the experience?
    When vaporized and inhaled, it by-passes the ego to produce an experience many describe as going home, meeting the Creator or becoming ONE with all that is. This experience of re-birth is often described as the most significant experience of one’s life. It is life changing!
  • How long is the ceremony?
    The ceremony is approximately 1.5 to 3 hours. The actual medicine experience lasts lasts about 20 min and is followed by a period of integration and ego “assembly”. It is safe to resume normal activities including operating a motor vehicle within 2-3 hrs after the treatment. Take extra caution and give yourself plenty of time to accomplish tasks.
  • How can I prepare for the Bufo or Toad Ceremony?
    Fast for at least 12 hrs or longer if possible. Keep your diet clean and avoid processed foods. Set an intention of what you want to let go from your life and what you want to manifest going forward.
  • What does it feel like?
    No words can accurately describe this experience. If feels like a rebirth, liberation, letting go of everything you though ever mattered (or didn’t matter to you)
  • The Toad Medicine is not safe is you have...
    It is not safe for persons taking SSRIs/MAO inhibitors. Allow at least 3 month after stopping these substances. Anti-anxiety and anti-depression medications should be stopped at least 1 month prior to the ceremony. Persons with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia shoud not work with this medicine due to serious side effects. Refrain from Ayahuaska or other psychoactive medicine at least 1-3 days before or after working with the Toad.
  • What to bring for the ceremony?
    Yoga mat, cushion, blanket, personal or altar items. Your intention and journal notes.
  • Is the Bufo Alvarius poisonous?
    Yes, the poisonous Bufo Alvarius toad, also known as the Colorado River toad or the Sonoran Desert toad. The toad's skin contains various toxic compounds, including bufotoxins, which are meant to deter predators. These toxins can be harmful or even lethal if ingested or come into contact with mucous membranes or open wounds. The primary danger lies in handling or consuming the toad's secretion, as it can cause skin irritation, eye irritation, and potentially more severe reactions if not handled with caution. When seeking to extract and use the psychedelic compound 5-MeO-DMT found in the toad's secretion, it's crucial to follow proper safety measures and consult with experienced practitioners knowledgeable about its responsible and safe use.
  • What are the benefits of Bufo Alvarius?
    Bufo Alvarius, or the Colorado River toad, is primarily sought after for the psychoactive effects of its secretion, which contains the powerful psychedelic compound 5-MeO-DMT. People who explore the use of Bufo Alvarius and 5-MeO-DMT often do so intending to experience a wide range of potential benefits, including:
    • Awaiting to accept - excepting that you are unconditional, a realisation that you are source/god/universe. Be able to be in the moment.
    • Revisiting and transmuting stored trauma.
    • The realisation that what we believe about reality may not be true.
    • Personal Transformation
    • Emotional Release
    • Increased Mindfulness
    • Reduced Anxiety and Depression
    • Acceptance and surrender of the present moment
    • Creativity and Problem Solving
  • What is the Bufo used for?
    1. Psychedelic and Spiritual Practices: The primary use of Bufo Alvarius is in psychedelic and spiritual practices. The secretion is collected, dried, and then vaporised or smoked to induce intense psychedelic experiences. These experiences are often sought for their potential to facilitate spiritual insights, personal growth, and profound mystical or transcendent experiences.
    2. Therapeutic Exploration: Some individuals and therapists have been exploring the therapeutic potential of 5-MeO-DMT for conditions such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and addiction. Research in this area is ongoing, and therapeutic use is typically conducted in a controlled and supervised setting.
    3. Traditional and Indigenous Rituals: Bufo Alvarius and its secretion have been used in indigenous rituals by certain Native American tribes. The toad is seen as a spiritual and healing power source in these rituals.
    4. Scientific Research: Bufo Alvarius has attracted attention from researchers studying the chemistry and pharmacology of its secretion and its potential therapeutic applications. Studies on 5-MeO-DMT are ongoing to understand its effects and mechanisms better.

Coaching and Guidance

  • How Much Support Will I Be Receiving Throughout The Integration Process?
    I am focused on helping you reach your goals in the shortest time possible and you will receive the support you need on your journey. Let me know and we can schedule a time for you.
  • What if I have questions or concerns and need to contact you as soon as possible?
    Not a problem, we will communicate over email, WhatsApp or Zoom should you have any questions or comments.
  • Do I Have To Do My Work Or Will You Do It For Me?
    There is only one person who can actually change anything in your life - it is you. We will guide, direct, reassure, encourage and support you every step of the way.
  • Why Is The Action Plan Important?
    The Action Plan is a roadmap for you to implement every change you want to see in your life. It will involve a level of commitment, discipline and conscious effort to re-organize your life and reclaim your power.

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