#WomenAtWork – An emotional healer

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  1. Rachna says:

    Good to read about Franzi. How interesting that she came so far away to become a Yoga instructor. Did I tell you, that we had a South Korean family living in my community. Both husband and wife were Yoga teachers. They stayed here for a few years and have now gone back. Fascinating to interact with expats.

  2. A great job indeed Franzi!!!! Its the first time, I am reading about an emotional healer, and it is someone we all need in our lives…..

  3. Eli says:

    That is a great presentation: inspiring and fun to read ! I LOVE texts where we women are lifting eachother up! Thats how it should be:-) YAyyyyyy!!!
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  4. This was interesting for me especially her quote.
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  5. Soumya says:

    So damn inspiring this. We need more such wonderful women around us.
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  6. G Angela says:

    Thanks for sharing such beautiful and inspiring post, appreciate you 🙂

  7. Beloo Mehra says:

    It is interesting that for some years now we are seeing so many young people, women especially choosing these kinds of healing professions as their line of work. Says something about where the world is going, slowly but surely. I see this from the point of view of evolution of consciousness, working its way very slowly in the collective psyche of people, especially those who have gone through the whole cycle of material advancement and material success etc. That’s why perhaps we see more open-minded westerners opening to yoga, meditation and Indian spirituality in general. Good post, Parul! Thanks for showcasing amazing women like Franzi.
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    • Parul Thakur says:

      This is my person observation but I am seeing that women age, they are closer to what life really is all about vs I feel men are still stuck in the material gains. Maybe just my limited exposure and observation. Thanks for stopping by Beloo. Long time 🙂

  8. That quote by Franzi is just so motivating. I am going to write it up neatly in my quote book. 🙂

  9. Amrita says:

    I like your women at work series.What I really enjoyed is your introduction.Perfectly balanced.Emotional Healer sounds interesting.

  10. Thank you for introducing us with such amazing women. I love that she is an emotional healer. I didn’t know something like that existed and somehow feel very happy to have found out otherwise.

  11. Rajlakshmi says:

    She sounds like an amazing personality… I haven’t heard about emotional healer before. But being a healer itself is a great quality… It comes from within.
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  12. Lisa Orchard says:

    Love this! I used to do Yoga before I had kids and had time for myself. LOL! I plan on getting back into it some day because I felt awesome after doing it. It is very good for your body and soul!

  13. Love this line Parul, “The last day of your life you will meet the person you could have become.” More power to this amazing lady making a huge difference in healing lives.

  14. arv! says:

    Great initiative Parul. Keep bringing out more such stories

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