Nina Izel is an international healer, teacher and writer with 20+ years of experience in the healing field. Nina is passionate about combining cutting edge technology with ancient healing practices to bring balance to our body, mind, heart and spirit complex. She believes that healing is a process of returning to our natural state of health and wholeness.
After getting her masters degree in 2005, Nina travelled extensively around the world to study with renowed healers and teachers from Peru, across New Zealand and Europe just to name a few.
You are the healer and Love is the medicine.
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I was led to this path of healing and self discovery by my personal wounding and restless inquiry about who I am and why I am here in this world.
Through my Journey three things became very clear to me.
First, We are more than just our physical body. We are a connected being of body, mind, heart and spirit. Treating the whole individual as an interconnected being rather than treating a symptom or an illness is the key to healing and well being.
Second, we all have the innate ability to heal, to change and transform ourselves.
And third Love is the medicine, Love is the elixir that unites and brings our broken pieces together.
Healing is a participatory process of integration through which we bring our lost pieces together, back to our natural state of wholeness, alignment and harmony.
For me, healing, awakening is a journey to expand my capacity to love and live life fully.
Education, main tools, modalities
Even though my formal education is in western psychology and medicine, through my journey I acquired many holistic tools and abilities that enable me to address issues in every aspect of the human being, physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. Due to my extensive travels I explored the source of different healing practices world wide and had the opportunity to learn first hand from indigenous healers and shamans from New Zealand, through Ireland, Peru and Mexico. My approach is based on an integrative framework with elements from the east, north, south and the west, the ancient and the modern, and the material and the spiritual, non physical.
“Nina has been a source not only of comfort, wisdom, strength and companionship on this journey, but also a source of many resources that have been useful and important in my healing process. Nina herself is the medicine for me as much as the ayahuasca is. The two are indivisible in my experience. She is an angel come to help me claim my own power and I am forever grateful for this life changing experience.” S.R