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Professional Bio

Aneesha C. Mueller has been on the path of meditation, transformation and awareness since 1999. In 2000 she attended her first 10-day Vipassana Meditation Retreat, after which she began to meditate every day, also in her normal life. This was followed by numerous trainings in humanistic psychology, trauma healing, personal development and meditation, as well as studying countless books and experimenting with many different methods for expanding consciousness, healing and transformation.

For more than a decade she has been working with people as a holistic counselor and coach in the field of personal development and meditation as well as in trauma healing, stress management and burnout prevention. Resilience training has become one of her core areas of interest, as well as developmental trauma and healing on the level of the autonomic nervous system, which she believes is directly related to stress management and burnout prevention. Dr. Stephen Porges' Polyvagal Theory has become a milestone in her own inner work as well as in her professional work in privat practice, and it has fundamentally changed her approach. She works with people both individually and in groups.

Not only the individual and group work with her clients is important to Aneesha. She has a massive wealth of knowledge, which she wants to share with as many people as possible. And her books are one way to do this.

 

 

Fun Facts About Me

I'm a bad-ass skier, and my parents used to fear for my life when they'd see me racing down the slopes

 

When I came home from my first ever camping holiday I slept in the backyard instead of my bed, right under the stars, for 9 nights straight

When preparing for a trip around New Zealand in 1999, a friend convinced me to take my pushbike with me as a means of transport; I hated it for about two weeks but then did ride it for more than 4000 km's around New Zealand alone, and continued in Bali and Thailand 


My favorite home was an 11-meter bus (converted into a mobile home), and I lived in it from 2010 till 2014. I drove it too, but in order to do so, I actually needed to get a heavy vehicle license for it

 

I love, love, LOVE fast cars :-)

 

The fastest car I ever drove was a 7-series BMW (this was in 1997), and I got it up to 260 km/h on the autobahn somewhere between Salzburg and Munich in the middle of the night


My absolute favorite car ever was a Landcruiser Troopcarrier (Troopy), registered in Western Australia. I had it for 8 years, and I traveled and lived in for several months every year


On one of my trips in my 'Troopy', I stayed 'out bush'  for 2 months straight; I would shower at the roadhouses along the sealed road - or jump into a billabong whenever I could find one

 

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