Hi, I’m DAYANA
After suffering from a debilitating life crisis in 2006, which led me to anxiety and physical pain, I reconnected with the Feldenkrais Method®, which I had found in 1995 for the first time in acting school. I was astonished to realize that my brain didn’t miss a beat and picked up the learning process 10 years later, as if no time had passed. Right then, I vowed to help as many people as I could to find freedom from anxiety and pain.
I dedicated the next 10 years of my life to deepen my study of how the brain works, and continued my education through post-graduate training. I became obsessed with the relationship between the MIND & the BODY, and how one affects the other. This curiosity took me on an exciting journey learning with experts in stress adaptation, meditation, breathing, and psychedelic-assisted therapy.
Why? To further understand consciousness, and how to heal deep trauma that though lived many years ago, it continues to affect the body today.
Relearning how to move without pain and finding vitality in a systematic way transformed my life. I have been blessed with the opportunity of serving thousands of clients in all 5 continents ever since. I’ve made it the study of my life supporting individuals and groups maintain a healthy lifestyle, increase their longevity and stay out of pain, while adapting to the stressors that life will inevitably bring.
I founded Dayana Inc. in 2017, and co-Founded KORU Real Wellness in 2018, attracting a group of skilled practitioners and offering a holistic approach to health and wellness. Our clientele included CEOs, Founders, athletes, and artists, especially musicians.
A serial learner, during 2019-2021 I continued my education, this time in quantum mechanics, neurobiology, and meditation with Dr. Joe Dispenza (Unlimited), personal development with Tony Robbins, Influence with Sean Callagy (Unblinded), and Sales, Marketing and Growth Consulting with Nick Kozmin (Salesprocess.io).
My mission is to help 1 million people to find freedom from trauma, anxiety, and chronic pain, without addiction to medication.
A sample of Dayana's work
Here is a sample of my work. Please find it useful!