We are all teachers, deepening our knowledge through experience with each other as divine beings. We do not teach what we know, but teach who we are; in the process we shine a light on your own wisdom, awakening the teacher within, so you can realize your potential and power over your life through conscious choices.
Innerdance, Transformative Medicine
Pi left the corporate world of advertising and marketing to undertake a vision quest around the Philippines where he walked around Mindanao without money for one year, ending up as a hermit on a deserted beach on an island in Northern Palawan. In this place called Kalipay Beach, he came into his personal healing, eating coconuts almost exclusively, which led to his discovery of a powerful vibration that awoke within him. In the years after this, he has brought the healing energy to more than ten thousand people from over 40 nationalities, founding a successful international detox
Raw Food, Conscious Eating
Daniw started on the Inner Food path because of spiritual and emotional reasons. Though it has also healed her of several physical issues in the past,
Head Yoga Teacher
Trina loves living yoga through a simple healthy life and sharing it since she started practising it over nine years ago in India. She is a 200-hour Certified Yoga Teacher passionate about Traditional Hatha Yoga and Dance and Facilitates Inner Dance. She’s known for her soothing voice and precise guiding. She is also a Licensed Clinical Therapist, Professional Dance Artist and Choreographer offering Concert, Therapeutic and Intuitive Styles (enthusiastic about Local community, art, education, nutrition & organic living). She draws from her diverse background to create understanding and facilitate expression through movement in hopes of raising awareness and invites you to come to open your heart, work and laugh together. Trina offers private Yoga, Inner Dance, Outer Dance, Intuitive Healing (including Reiki) and Guidance Sessions.
Maya has been practising yoga for 17 years and has taught for 12 years. Maya studied Integral Yoga in 2005 for 4 years and later on she discovered Ashtanga Vinyasa in 2008. Ever since then she totally embraces Ashtanga Vinyasa principles and gathers a thorough comprehension of mind, body and breath connection. Life experiences and extenuated practice has taught the importance of mindfulness in yoga and everyday life. Maya believes mindfulness of breath is the key to relieved suffering and happiness for yourself and others.
After many years in the corporate world, Flordeliza Pesigan became a full-time artist in a nomadic life of flow and trust while also in search of physical healing. Having experienced various healing modalities that turned into initiations and activations from many different mentors, healers, and shamans, she started deepening into self-illuminating practices and explored Sound healing, 5 Elements activation, Movement therapy, Reiki, Somatic Healing, Tantra, Shamanic practices, Light Code transmissions and Inner Dance. Combining all that she has learned in her travels and her life’s work and practices as a creative soul, she now shares ”Creative Alchemy” which offers self-illuminating, transformative, healing, creative journeys, ceremonies, and retreats together with Inner Dance Process around Asia and the Middle East. She also gives Inner Dance Energy School and Facilitation Training. Everyone’s different so she intuitively mixes or layers her offerings into however it is needed and appropriate for each person to fully connect and experience the self.
Bahay Kalipay offerings:
Inner Dance Journeys
Voice Activation (through Sound Alchemy or Inner Dance)
Shamanic Sound Healing Journey (with Crystal, singing bowl, and various shamanic instruments).
El Kalinado ( El ), has developed a passion for helping people heal with alternative methods. He has taught hundreds of workshops around the world and help many people in the healing process. His most popular modality is a combination of Energy Medicine and Emotions re-programming. His work is based on the principle that the body and mind can be “out of balance” because of our emotions. By first finding the cause and then treating the cause, we can re-establish balance and health.
El has been using the following modalities, most of the time combined, to achieve amazing results:
Sat Nam Rasayan ( Kundalini)
Dorn Spinal Therapy
Serena, originally from New York, has been living in South East Asia since 2011. Highly intuitive since birth, Serena has always found solace and connectivity in nature. After attending university in New York City, arriving to the complexities of this urban matrix only two weeks prior to 9/11 and staying for 6 years, Serena was ready to re-immerse in forest living where she could begin to deconstruct much of the social matrices and underlying dissipative structures she found herself in observation of while living in NYC. This brought her to the San Bernardino National Forest where she facilitated experiential science-based ecology and environmental classes for thousands of children all across Southern California. Then, in June 2011, while participating in a Wilderness First Responder course in the mountains of Massachusetts, Serena was struck by lightning. While already having had a strong relationship with electricity before this event, this strange synchronistic moment catalyzed an intense ripple effect of varying phenomena that eventually led Serena to live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – a city with some of the most grounded lightning strikes on the planet. Exactly one year after the lightning strike, Serena experienced her first inner dance – which in it held electric vibrations three or four times stronger than the lightning strike itself. Transformation and hypersensitivity was nothing new for Serena, therefore leading her to deeply trust what her experience spoke and how it would continue to change her life in relation to the greater dreams of a planet and the visions she herself knew as real. Now, Serena combines her love of learning, healing, community, science, and integrative wholeness systems into all she is. Finding flow within the forms and the formless, life is no longer a doing but a remembrance of being while creating spaces for gifting each other with possibilities for resonant change and transformation.
As a 2005 Teacher of the Year in Oriental Medicine, Lily Jou is the Founder and Inventor of Immediate Pain Relief where ‘Pain Becomes Optional’ is the motto for the next wave of treatment for chronic and acute pain. She has a Masters degree from Pacific Institute of Oriental Medicine, knows several languages (Major in Linguistics from Hamilton College with a Minor in Physics/ Astronomy), and has devoted years to serving the low-income community in Tucson, Denver, New York City, Mexico, and seniors in Palawan. Her passion is in helping people live a pain-free and happy life through education and natural healing.
Born in the small Southeast Asian capital of Laos, Lily Jou is an Acupuncturist with a Masters Degree from Pacific Institute of Oriental Medicine in Acupuncture and a certified Chinese Herbologist. Her success in treating life-threatening disorders such as epileptic seizures, anorexia, and AIDS or HIV+ at the Detoxification Centers of Fortune Society and Lincoln Hospital (NYC), has measurably expanded her skill in Acupuncture. For anyone undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation, Acupuncture can help reduce the side-effects without
interfering with the intended effect.
Discourses on Buddhism, Guided Meditation
Venerable Rakkhita, originally from the UK has been practising vipassana (Awareness and Wisdom) meditation for about 28 years, three of which as an ordained Buddhist Monk in the Thai Vipassana tradition with Ven Ajahn Tong and four years as a Samanera. Teachers have included Luang Poh Banyat, Ven Ajahn Tong, Sayadaw U Pandita, Ven Sujiva, Bhante Punnaji and Ven Dr Sunanda. Rakkhita has shared creative life skills in many areas of the work field world including arts, music, theatre in education, therapies and performance mainly in the UK. His teachings invite exploration of the convergence of love and wisdom. “I came to meditation as a result of the stress and suffering I was experiencing in my life. It was a time when I was becoming curious about two questions: Why am I so miserable? and What is freedom?” Rakkhita’s teachings are based on both ancient and modern ways of mind training such as daily life practice, “Metta” unconditional love, concentration, awareness and wisdom and he has developed a Meditation Map to help to track attention during Insight Meditation. His teaching style emphasizes a relaxed, caring and attentive attitude combined with joyful interest and Zen humour and aims to reveal how all aspects of our lives can help us come to a clear and direct understanding of the Truth. “Bhante,” as he is affectionately addressed, leads discourses on Buddhism and guides Tranquility and Insight Meditation sessions as well as 3-day Creative Contemplation Retreats.