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My Background

My life has always been full of adventure, but also challenges. For many years I worked as a journalist, traveled, and lived around the world while becoming a mum of 3 beautiful children.


Amazing years, but personal obstacles with my health both physically and mentally, made me seek out tools to find a better balance in my personal life. This hobby turned professional, when I founded the lifestyle platform orgayana out of Singapore, with the aim to help inform and inspire the Asian population to live a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Through this work, I became increasingly interested in the connection between the two and how we can improve our mindset to make the necessary changes in our lives and for the planet. I consequently educated myself further, in order to professionally help individuals and companies find their balance and develop a sustainable mindset, from the inside and out.


My Approach

As my logo illustrates, I work from the ground up. Regardless of whether it is with a 1-1 client or a group/company, I always start from the base - our mindset - to ensure that we work with a strong foundation.


In 1-1 sessions, I coach and identify challenges and needs and use neurotechniques to get my clients on target and start their transformation. I also facilitate consultations where my focus first and foremost is on our mindset and how this plays a significant role as a foundation for our journey to a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle.

In my work with NAYA Business Wellbeing, we analyze business well-being data and consult/use interventions to improve mental, physical, emotional, social, financial, environmental and social well-being. We also facilitate workshops and lectures on these 7 vital dimensions in workplace well-being.

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What is Neuro Training?

One of my core tools when working with a sustainable mindset is Neuro Training. When we neuro-train, we are working in the alternate consciousness  - a deeply relaxed state where your brain waves operate at 'alpha' and 'theta' frequency levels. ​Everyone can use it, and the method has demonstrated a significant effect, regardless of the purpose. This is due to a combination of the state you get into during the training, but also the active ingredients: Suggestions and Conceptions.

When you hear suggestions and conceptions in the alpha-theta frequency level, only your subconscious will hear it and store it. You can therefore work with the 'unfortunate' self-images you may have, in a much faster way than if you were to stand wide awake in front of your mirror. The suggestions you add through the neuro training are designed so that they go in and 'cancel' the unfortunate self-images and replace them with more beneficial ones. This means that these positive imaginings train your brain so what you want to achieve can actually manifest itself.




ICI Int. Certified Coach
w. Mitzi Svenstrup, Empowermind, Denmark

Ayurvedic Health and Lifestyle Consultant
w. NAYA, Denmark

ICI Int. Certified Neurocoach and Mind Trainer
w. Jørgen Svenstrup, Empowermind, Denmark

Certified in Anti-inflammatory & Intelligent Food
w. Louise Bruun, Louise Bruun’s Academy, Denmark

Certified Yoga Teacher Trainer (200 hr)
w. Briohny Smyth, Aligned Yoga, USA


Green Educator
w. Green Educator Course Team, Green School, Bali Indonesia

+ Permaculture Course, w. Kul Kul Farm, Bali, Indonesia, Low-Tox course w. Low Tox Life, Australia & Herbalism Mentorship w. Little Green Dot, USA.

Founder of Keynote speaker on 'how to live a sustainable lifestyle', ‘how to declutter your home’, and ‘saving the plastic ocean’ (kids). Speaker and moderator on panels with topics such as ‘what is natural skincare´, ‘natural ways to kids’ health’, ‘stress and anxiety in children, and ‘how to restore hormonal imbalance’. Hosted numerous workshops for kids – bootcamp, yoga, mindfulness, healthy cooking, and nature crafts.



Mini-MBA (IME, Singapore)
MA in Journalism & English (Roskilde University, Denmark)
BA (Hons) Communication & Media and Cultural Studies (Middlesex University, UK)

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