Self care enables self expression. It strengthens the ability to choose the experiences you need at a specific moment and wholly accept them. Self care fine tunes your discernment, revealing your self worth, and making you a priority.


It is through living our life that we learn, love and thrive.

Life is the most precious gift we have. The nourishment we give our bodies, the people we share our time with, and the spiritual and career choices we make, create our daily Reality.

As your health coach I will be by your side as you walk your path. Through observing and listening I will encourage you to discover what you need to do in order to prioritize your SELF and to LOVE fully.

Together, through twelve fifty minute sessions over the course of six months, we will create a sustainable plan that is designed for your lifestyle. Addressing areas such as nutrition, physical activity, relationships and career, I will empower you to define your ideal life as well as encourage you to stay true to your commitment to your Self

As a result you will strengthen your positive habits and increase your self-awareness. This will guide you on your path to inner growth and to the realization of your life goals.

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Margaret Rosania, Health Coach

During this journey Margaret immersed herself in the fields of yoga, astrology, aromatherapy, acupuncture, the healing powers of stones and crystals, moxibustion and art therapy.

Having developed a deep compassion and empathy, and possessing a profound understanding of the body, mind and spirit, Margaret started to apply her knowledge to assist people in their physical, emotional and lifestyle ailments. Using her intuition and her wisdom, she has accompanied and assisted people from all over the world in creating wholesome, balanced and grounded lives.

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The term “Ayurveda” combines the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (science or knowledge). Ayurvedic medicine, as practiced in India, is one of the oldest systems of medicine in the world.

Key concepts of Ayurvedic medicine include universal interconnectedness (among people, their health, and the universe), the body’s constitution (prakriti), and life forces (dosha), which are often compared to the biologic humors of the ancient Greek system. Using these concepts, Ayurvedic physicians prescribe individualized treatments, including compounds of herbs or proprietary ingredients, diet, exercise, and lifestyle recommendations.

Ayurvedic products are made either exclusively of herbs or with a combination of herbs, metals, and minerals.

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Yara Köberle, Ayurvedic Therapist

Yara Köberle is Brazilian from Sao Paulo and has worked during many years as in-house counsel for a multinational company. Once she started to practice Ashtanga Yoga, she gradually got more and more interested in this path of life. She moved to Madrid due to her work where she started to teach Yoga and finally became full time involved with it. Today she teaches Ashtanga, but also Hatha (Iyengar based) and Yin Yoga.

She graduated as an Ayurveda Therapist in Brazil, at Yoga Brahma Vidyalaya with Dr. José Ruguê. After working in Brazil, she moved to Portugal where she continued to work in Coimbra and now also Lisbon. She has been hosting Indian doctors from the International Academy of Ayurveda – Pune, India during their visits to Brazil and Portugal, an incredible opportunity to have a direct contact with them and their way of living Ayurveda in daily life and learn from their authentic professional approach.

Besides the Ayurvedica external procedures, Yara also offers Ayurvedic Yoga Massage (AYM) and Access Bars.

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Cosmobiology is the astrological theory that the rhythm and motion of the cosmos is the main factor in determining both nature and humans. It uses modern day methods of scientific research, such as statistics, analysis, and computer programming to decipher how the power of the plantes affect and influence each human being in their corresponding unique way. Combined with a person’s biography and history of health, cosmobiology provides ten fields of interpretation: constitution, expression and behavior, psychosomatic tendencies, depth-psychology, intelligence, drive and achievement, emotionality, communication, eroticism and sexuality and interests and profession.
Having this multi-dimension perspective of ourselves at hand enables us to better understand our nature, our challenges and our gifts. This, in turns, allows us to optimize our time here on Earth giving us the freedom and the clarity to act with decisiveness and confidence as well as to choose the experiences that will potentialize our existencial growth.

We, at siendo know that having access to the information that your cosmogram holds will aid immensely in your SELF discovery. We offer to create your cosmogram, explain it to you in detail and, with compassion and care, accompany you thru the cosmic ride that it holds.

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Heliana Urania, Cosmobiologist & Traditional Astrologer

Heliana Urania Trujillo Salas original form Venezuelan studied Business Administration. She is a Training Facilitator in the area of Human Development, Psychophysical Culture and Yoga Instructor, Cosmobiologist and Bach Flower Practitioner.

Heliana offers the integration of three cutting-edge systems: YOGA, COSMOBIOLOGY AND BACH FLOWERS, which allow the individual to discover their potential, learn to live in harmony with their emotions and be in tune with universal biorhythms.

She is currently the General Secretary of the World Supreme Council of the NGO t Universal Great Brotherhood, Foundation of Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière; carrying out leading activities in the countries of Peru, Brazil, El Salvador, Venezuela and Mexico.

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Carolina Fernandez, Cosmobiologist & Traditional Astrologer

Carolina was born in Colombia where she graduated from high school and attended College (Anthropology major). Before turning 20 years old, she came in touch with yoga and astrology teachings, and she felt such an attraction to this subjects she decided to leave everything and move to Venezuela in order to live at an Ashram (spiritual community) and to educate herself on this topics.

That’s how she spent 5 years (96 trough 2001) completely dedicated to astrology and yoga studies. Latter on she married and dedicated herself to family life, but kept on studying and researching on astrology while practicing yoga at the same time.

Was in 2014 when, back to a working life, she opened a yoga studio, and started an astrology practice for the first time. Along with the readings she began teaching Astrology and has been doing it since then, locally and trough her web site to a growing audience from all over the world.

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Feng Shui is the art of manipulating the Chi in the space we live in.

Chi is in the food we eat and in the air we breathe. It occupies all spaces, even if invisible to the eyes. In Indian philosophy, this same energy is known as Prana.  It is the Vital energy that permeates everything and everyone.

Sharpening our perception, we can see how it moves around us, and through the techniques of Feng Shui, we interfere in its flow so that it moves in a harmonic and aligned way with our Nature. A Feng Shui consultation starts with practical tips to help the energy flow within the different areas of our spaces. Tips such as indicating a minimum spacing between furniture or removing objects without utility; Directing for deeper analysis, with the interference of geometry and the different elements, Earth, Fire, Water and Air represented within the spaces.

Having as a key reference the position of the property in relation to the movement of the Sun, we can also identify weaknesses and potentialities within the eight areas: Success (Recognition), Prosperity, Family and Health, Self Knowledge and Spirituality, Work and Career, Friends and Travel, Creativity and Small Children, Relationships and Self-esteem. All areas we clearly identify in the property.

Our consultancies can be done on-site as well as remote.

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Cauhe Motta, Architect

Cauhe is an architect, yoga practitioner and Feng Shui specialist. These three characteristics defines him to a great extent.

He graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in São Paulo in 2008. At the same time he was diving and deepening into the studies and practices of the recently discovered world of Yoga. In the two years that followed, he ventured into training and travels of self-knowledge through the United States, Europe, and India. Yoga and Architecture walked in parallel for a long time, jet the uneasiness in joining these worlds pulsed within him.

Finding Feng Shui was the answer to that. It was the subtle side of architecture he was looking for, as well as the way to bring to the clients’ projects the same contentment and depth that he experienced with his Yoga students.

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Classical Systemic Homeopathy is based on 8 elements: Self-regulation, Dissipation, Structure, Autopoiesis, Cognition, Adaptation, Pattern of Organization and Consciousness (3 levels of Consciousness: Rational, Sensitive and Intuitive). The conception of disease is not material but dynamic, a result of the imbalance of the Vital Force, which has the responsibility of keeping the organism in a harmonious vital operation in relation to its functions and sensations. Health and disease are different states of the same process, with this in homeopathy there is this pursuit of health balance, aiming at physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

In the homeopathic view all organs and tissues present relations between themselves and the integral being also relates to the environment in which they live. Thus, a healthy individual is an integral being and is related in a balanced way with nature. Homeopathy requires a small amount of raw material to produce medicines (which are not tested on animals), with practically no impact on natural resources. In addition, it does not produce chemical aggression to the environment with consumption and elimination after use of these drugs. Homeopathy is a sustainable, ecologically friendly, socially and economically viable practice.

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Gustavo Hallal, Homeopathic Doctor

Doctor with Residency in Family Medicine and Community by SMSRJ and specialization in Classical Systemic Homeopathy by ABRAH, besides Community Therapist. He worked for 4 years in communities in Rio de Janeiro. Among his interests are individual homeopathic consultations and group therapies such as Integrative Community Therapy. He continues to deepen his knowledge of homeopathy at The School of Health in England.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. It’s core comes from the ancient beliefs that the human body is a miniature version of the larger, surrounding universe, harmony between two opposing yet complementary forces, called yin and yang, supports health, and disease results from an imbalance between these forces, the five elements—fire, earth, wood, metal, and water—symbolically represent all phenomena, including the stages of human life, and explain the functioning of the body and how it changes during disease and the Qi, a vital energy that flows through the body, performs multiple functions in maintaining health. Practitioners use herbal medicines and various mind and body practices, such as acupuncture and tai chi, to treat or prevent health problems.

TCM practitioners use a variety of techniques in an effort to promote health and treat disease.

Chinese herbal medicine. The Chinese Materia Medica (a pharmacological reference book used by TCM practitioners) describes thousands of medicinal substances—primarily plants, but also some minerals and animal products. Different parts of plants, such as the leaves, roots, stems, flowers, and seeds, are used. In TCM, herbs are often combined in formulas and given as teas, capsules, liquid extracts, granules, or powders.

Acupuncture. Acupuncture is a family of procedures involving the stimulation of specific points on the body using a variety of techniques. The acupuncture technique that has been most often studied scientifically involves penetrating the skin with thin, solid, metal needles that are manipulated by the hands or by electrical stimulation.

Tai chi. Tai chi is a centuries-old mind and body practice. It involves gentle, dance-like body movements with mental focus, breathing, and relaxation.

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Inês M. Antunes, Traditional Chinese Medicine Therapist

She graduated in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in the People’s Republic of China and the School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Portugal.

Complementing these studies, she participated in clinical and hospital training in a wide range of fields, including acupuncture, Tui Na massage, phytotherapy, gynecology and obstetrics, pediatrics, andrology and internal medicine in Portugal and China.

She also trained as a transport ambulance crew member at the Portuguese Red Cross.

In parallel, and following her interest in general health, she has devoted much of her attention to the study of massage through training in Portugal and Thailand, in the techniques of traditional Thai massage and pre- and postpartum, biodynamic cranial sacral therapy, Chi Nei Tsang massage (abdominal detox massage), Tui Na massage, fascia therapy and neuromuscular bands.

She has extensive experience as a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine and various massage techniques, maintaining a continuous practice in her office and Western medicine clinics.

In addition, he teaches massage therapy courses regularly in which he integrates and develops all these components.

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Osteopathy is a drug-free, non-invasive therapy that manipulates and strengthens the musculorskeletal framework. The osteopathic physician focuses on the joints, muscles, and spine using the hands to positively affect the body’s nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic systems.


Life expresses itself as motion. At a deep level of our physiological functioning all healthy, living tissues subtly “breathe” with the motion of life – a phenomenon that produces rhythmic impulses which can be palpated by sensitive hands.

The emphasis in Biodynamic Cranio sacral Therapy is to help resolve the trapped forces that underlie and govern patterns of disease and fragmentation in both body and mind. This involves the practitioner “listening through the hands” to the body’s subtle rhythms and any patterns of inertia or congestion.

Through subtle and non-invasive movements, the practitioner supports and encourages the body’s own self-healing capabilities.

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Telma Ponciano

Telma’s well Being journey started with her interest in Naturopathy. She took a 4 years course, were two of them specialized in Osteopathy. As the path unfolded she continue with a course in Osteopathy by the Kiros of Seville Institute. She spend two years with a fantastic mentor, who inspired and taught her immensely.
In 2009 she began to teach anatomy and osteopathy classes and discovered another great passion, to teach.
Telma is currently studying in Pharmacy Faculty a master’s degree, focusing on the study of the toxicology of some foods and how they relate with inflammatory states of the musculoskeletal system.
About 2 years ago she started a personal yoga practice within the Ashtanga yoga system, which brought her self awareness as it open a fantastic way of feeling the Light!

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Eddie Ventura

Graduated after 6 years course at “ Osteopathic Sutherland college of Paris “, Eddie’s approach of patient care is holistic, incorporating diagnostic and manipulative therapeutic strategies, with muscle energy techniques, myofascial release and craniosacral therapy. Although his approach enhance homeostatic mechanisms and maximize structure-function interrelationships, Eddie quickly realized the influence of mental and emotional aspect on human body.
Therefore he decided to study etiomedecine, energetic therapy who allow exploring the mind-body connection and help the patient to release with psychosomatic disorders.


Scent is the ether of smell, the superior octane on the musical scale that tunes us to the universe’s symphony.

Also referred to as Essential Oil therapy, is defined as the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to promote holistic healing. It seeks to unify body, mind, and spirit to enhance an individual’s innate healing process.

With pure essential oils, we connect directly with the intuition and conscious awareness of what we need in a subtle way beyond what the mind knows.

When oils are used topically, the vibration in the body elevates. Being that the membranes of cells are made of photo lipids and proteins they allow the oils to enter the cell and cross the blood barrier and the brain, allowing the nervous system to carry a unique frequency and electro magnetic charge that will activate the wholesome and pure response of the body.

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Margaret Rosania, Aromatherapist

During this journey Margaret immersed herself in the fields of yoga, astrology, aromatherapy, acupuncture, the healing powers of stones and crystals, moxibustion and art therapy.

Having developed a deep compassion and empathy, and possessing a profound understanding of the body, mind and spirit, Margaret started to apply her knowledge to assist people in their physical, emotional and lifestyle ailments. Using her intuition and her wisdom, she has accompanied and assisted people from all over the world in creating wholesome, balanced and grounded lives.

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Humberto Rosania, Psychologist

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