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For people who want to stop rushing and hurrying and reconnect with an intentional and meaningful lifestyle.


I offer support and ways to rebuild an enjoyable relationship to time, space and our inner and outer world.


I have spent much of my time in the last 20 years studying and practicing mindfulness and contemplative meditation, as well as modern forms of self-inquiry like The Work of Byron Katie and Psychotherapy.

I am interested in finding ways to transform lifestyles filled with constant busyness and overwhelm, and of the beliefs and emotions that keep those lifestyles in place. My practice offers support and methods to access simplicity and ease in daily life, both in our internal and external environments.  

The sessions I offer are geared to set in motion a process for unwinding the system so that it has a chance to find its intrinsic wiring towards ease and intentionality. I am one of those who thinks that the advent of the smartphone and its predecessors has put many of us in a high-alert state, it has put our nervous system through more input than it can process in one time.


Be it via news, media, notifications, texts, and the endless possibilities for potentially taking part in non-stop activities, our brain and nervous system hardly have the restorative time they need to assimilate it all. My work is to offer experiential pathways to release and disentangle our overwhelmed systems and to provide on-the-ground practical tools to establish and maintain a lifestyle that includes ease and our most authentic aspirations. 

I am originally from Puerto Rico, and have made my way to living in Vienna, Austria for the last 10 years via studying in California and London, backpacking in India and Southeast Asia, and chasing special nature spots along the way. I have a Masters Degree in Buddhist Studies and I am finalizing my degree in Psychotherapy and Counseling.

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