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About Me

As a child I was quite ill: pneumonia, liver and kidney problems. Fortunately, for more than 40 years now, I have had no need to see a doctor or rely on medication for health problems. However, I do believe that my childhood experiences have determined my life-long interest in human health.

Medicine was my first choice for studies. Hence, I graduated from Medical Nursing School with an Honours diploma. Afterwards, I got employed in a hospital and worked in the Children’s Cardiology and Endocrinology Department. We worked with children that had heart diseases or diabetes. However, I found it too painful to observe sick children and the medical staff that tried their best but were not able to help, truly help. We treated those sick children to our best capabilities and medical knowledge, but we did not make them healthy again. Those children were destined to remain disabled for the rest of their lives.

I left the hospital.

Nevertheless, after all that experience in the hospital, I have been asking myself over and over again: “How can it be that humans have become the most disabled beings on this planet, followed by domestic animals?’’.

V. Megre wrote in his book Anastasia, that with such achievements of Medicine, Pharmacology and Technology, there no longer should be ill people. However, in reality, we have more and more ill people as well as disabled children. Something has been missed. After reading so many books, deepening my knowledge and completing various courses relating to human health, I have found that we should not divide a human being into separate parts. We have to look at human health in a holistic approach, i.e. “body-mind-spirit”. We have to look at the human being as a complex system with intertwined parts, where if one of them fails, others are affected as well. In turn, causing the whole system to fail.

R. Francis in his book Never Be Sick Again wrote that we have an enormous number of diseases, but only two underlying causes for them: nutrition deficiency or toxicity. However, toxicity can appear in many shapes and forms – food, toxic environment, negative thoughts, stress, absence of a sense of one’s life purpose and loss of life’s meaning.

I work at the linatherapy healing centre. We work as hypnotherapy service providers, helping people with stress management, pain management, also provide support for cancer patients.


I am here to share the knowledge and experience that I have gained over the years so that I could help people as much as I can and also as much as I am allowed to do so.


Yours faithfully,




  • Medical Nursing Diploma (Hons)

  • Environmental Science (Master’s degree)

  • Chemistry (Certificate)

  • Hypnotherapy in Practice Diploma

  • Easibirthing Certificate

  • Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

  • Epigenetics Diploma

  • Ayurveda Diploma

  • Introduction to Acupuncture Course

  • Diet and Nutritional Advisor Diploma

  • Hypnotherapy Past Life Regression Diploma

  • OldPain2Go Certificate

  • Neuroplasticity Diploma

  • Neuroplasticity: How to Rewire Your Brain (Certificate)

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