Daphna Mavor is a energetic healer, spiritual medicine woman, speaker,
complementary and alternative medicine practitioner,
combining therapeutic tools from the IPEC Method, energetic Chakra Healing
and aura balancing, kinesiology and Chinese acupressure.
She teaches and leads healing courses worldwide, guides workshops for
women and offers personal sessions for physical difficulties and deep
emotional growth, in her practices in Berlin and Tel Aviv.
Field of expertise:
Energy healing, aura cleansing and chakra balancing
Food sensitivities and intolerantes, IBS, Crohn's disease
Holistic fertility, Gynecology, menstruation and women's health issues
Allergies and autoimmune disorders
Addictions - physical and emotional addictions to substances, foods, and addictive behaviors and patterns.
Couple's healing focused on fertility issues
Daphna holds a BSc in biology and marine sciences, and an MSc in epidemiology, preventative medicine and public health, during which she researched fertility treatments and their emotional effect on women.
She is a qualified IPEC Method practitioner and a senior healer.
She has developed a specific technique within the IPEC Method to heal addictions, with highly promising results.
During her career, she was able, for the first time in public medicine, to implement and work the IPEC Method into an integrative medicine unit in a major hospital in Israel and was working there for 4 years, after which she decided to focus on her private clinic.
She travels extensively around the world, giving personal sessions, teaching chakra healing workshops and focused group work with women.
Mission In Life
To teach and guide the beautiful souls that are in need of healing, love and compassion back to health, giving them space to experience, remember the Divine inner spark in each and every one of us, understand how to practice self love and self compassion as tools for true always-lasting-Happiness in the present moment.
A teacher is merely a vessel that temporarily remembers that which the pupil temporarily forgot