Hi! I’m Irene and I work on the nervous system.

Now that’s a mouthful isn’t it?

Simply put, what I’ve found out through all my training and studying is that stress and anxiety can be regulated. For this to happen we need to work on our nervous system and learn how to self regulate.

This is the process I work on. This is what I teach and help my clients do.

It took about a decade in the workforce, training and coaching people in the corporate environment, for me to see that stress and anxiety have a tremendous effect that can -in fact- be alleviated.

I went back to school in my thirties to study psychology and yoga and I was very privileged to study under incredible people who opened my eyes beyond the stereotypes and showed me a different way than talk therapy and psychoanalysis that can not only help people with their daily struggles, but also change lives.

The groundbreaking work done in trauma therapy shows that working holistically, with the body and the mind, is what will enable us to work on the bigger things.

I have been working remotely since 2014 and this has allowed me to meet and work with people from all over the world. Learn about culture sensitive issues and situations and how adapt my work to better serve them.

My own personal journey has taught me that managing stress and anxiety is simple. It’s just not easy.

This is where I come in and try to help you find the way to navigate the demands of your job and life while being well and balanced.

Irene M



Counselling : Level 4 Diploma, OXB, Aston University

RYT: 200h, Yoga and Ayurveda Center, Pennsylvania


Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist , Arizona Trauma Institute

Healing Trauma with Yoga, Arizona Trauma Institute

Certified Chair Yoga Instructor, Yoga and Ayurveda Center, Pennsylvania Certified

Restorative Yoga Instructor, Yoga and Ayurveda Center, Pennsylvania

Certified Ayurveda Specialist, Yoga and Ayurveda Center, Pennsylvania

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, CoE

Kundalini Yoga, CoE

Corporate Wellness Coaching, CoE

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