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Juliana Lopes 

I am graduated in Business Administration from FAAP in Sao Paulo, I’m a body therapist trained by Art Org in Brazil, I'm Hatha yoga teacher and practitioner Dance Therapy at Grands Ballet. I'm studying a Certificate in Psychosocial Intervention and in Psychotherapy at UQAM University. I have been an aerialist for 8 years and producer of natural cosmetics since 2021. 

In 2004, I traveled to Siberian to study in a school of self development, where I became a panel speaker, to counsel and instruct women in integral health.


For ten years, traveling between Siberian, Europe and South America, I created women’s groups for self development together with therapists, psychologists, cultural center members, governments, press, entrepreneurs, students, mothers, workers, etc. I’ve met many people and their histories, adapted to different cultures and languages, where I could follow them flourish, regain their autonomy, freedom and health, all this experience gave me a meaningful life.

I settled in Sao Paulo afterwards, where I worked in offices during my graduation from university as an account management and project coordinator. I also created women's groups with a therapeutic dance and workshops that I’ve developed and I administered workshops for women employees at Sao Paulo city government.

I was a ghost writer for a magazine and a blog to the University of Brasilia.


I moved to Montreal, where I graduated in Swedish Kinetic massage at the KineConcept Institute in 2018, among other training such as Thai massage with oil; Thai Yoga Massage; Fascia Facial Therapy; Shiatsu Massage; Prenatal massage; Udvarthana – Ayurvedic exfoliant massage; Massage and Trauma with Roni Gilboa.


Nowadays, besides my work and studies, I want to be involved in social projects for the people who identify themselves as women. I'm a volunteer at a center that helps women at risk as a scheduler, driver and mover.


My therapeutic work is also based on the psychology of Wilhelm Reich, to help the patients to recover the freedom of expression of spontaneous body movements, the ability to regain their autonomy and self-esteem.

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