When you are young, you perceive life ahead of you, and your mind bubbles with ideas and dreams. Your body is full of energy, and your spirit is vibrant. Nothing can stop you!
As life goes on, your energy gets consumed by social interactions. Responsibilities, occupations, and stress absorb your attention, leaving you no time or energy for change, freedom, and living the life you dream of. You start getting worried, exhausted, and unable to focus until you eventually feel defeated, not knowing where to begin to regain your vitality.
Vitality is often associated with the physical and psychological state, and while nurturing your body and mind certainly helps your stamina, feeling vibrant and alive depends on much more.
What if the energy you disperse in interactions, relationships, and behavioral patterns also plays a critical role? What if you could reclaim your power by rewiring and freeing yourself from repetitive patterns and limiting ideas?
What if freeing oneself from limiting beliefs to live purposefully and intentionally is key to reclaiming your youthful spirit/self and sense of magic? What if living with intention is the secret to vitality and a magical life?
Coach and Facilitator
Nadjiba Medjaoui, M.Arch.
Nadjiba Medjaoui is a certified Level IV Tensegrity® Facilitator — currently completing the level V training with Cleargreen, the official source for Carlos Castaneda’s Tensegrity® instruction. She has been a practitioner for over 20 years and trained with the direct apprentices of Castaneda, Renata Murez, and Nyei Murez, for the past 10 years. Her interest in Holistic approaches to life and well-being led her to study Yoga and other Movement Modalities. She is a Holistic Health Coach graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Nadjiba graduated with a master’s degree from the Polytechnic School of Architecture and Urbanism of Algiers with honors, specializing in Earth and Natural Material Construction. She studied Archeology at the Paris-Sorbonne Institute of Art and Archeology. She is fluent in French, English, and Arabic.