The methodical and more scientific approach of the Pranic Healing system managed to appeal to my material and rational side. Continuously experiencing the benefits on myself and people around me has inspired me to share the benefits of working with the subtle energetic anatomy.

What is Pranic Healing? 

Prana comes from two Sanksrit words: “pra” which means forth and “an” which means to breathe, move, live. Prana is also called vitality, life energy, ki or chi and maintains health in a similar way that oxygen does on a physical level.

Pranic healing is a comprehensive system of energetic medicine. It is a holistic and no-touch methodology which was researched and developed alongside a medical staff for over 30 years by Master Choa Kok Sui and has its origins in Indian and Chinese medicine, such as acupuncture and Chi Qong. In fact Pranic Healing has been called “acupuncture without the needles”. The modern founder Master Choa Kok Sui was of Chinese origin, lived in the Philippines and was a chemical engineer, business man, philanthropist and healer. Pranic healing is based on the connection between the energetic and physical bodies. It involves the transference of energy and stimulates the body’s innate abilities to heal itself at a faster rate, helping to prevent and alleviate imbalance and disease.

Pranic Healing is not intended to replace orthodox medicine, but rather to complement it.

WHAT IS A 1 TO 1 SESSION? Pranic Healing is a no-touch methodology. Wearing comfortable clothes, you are either seated on a chair or lying on a massage table.  Based on the analysis of your energetic condition and your specific needs, I work on cleansing and energising your energetic field and centres to help restore balance and speed up your body’s recovery. A 1 to 1 session can support the recovery of physical, emotional and psychological ailments.


HOW LONG? The first intake session takes about one hour and a half. Follow-up sessions last one hour.


HOW MUCH? Intake and follow-up sessions are both 70 euro.


WHEN AND WHERE? Amsterdam, The Netherlands