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Mira Malcolm
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555 Soquel avenue
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Santa Cruz
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Mira Malcolm is a young professional educated in a wide range of healing modalities. Though she services all genders, she specializes in women’s health, with an emphasis on the abdominal and pelvic area.

Mira was raised at the Esalen Institute, a spiritual healing retreat center in Big Sur, California where she was surrounded by healers. Her parents owned spas, taught yoga and practiced massage therapy.

When Mira turned 18 she spent a gap year traveling in India. She studied meditation, trained in energy healing, and earned her first yoga teaching certification. Since then, Mira attended a second yoga teacher training, trained in Ji Gong, sound healing, and breathwork. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Hampshire College in "Psycho-Somatic Practices Centered Within the Female Pelvis," then trained as a doula, became a licensed massage therapist, and was certified in the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy®.

Mira is an artist, too. She draws, paints, dances and is a singer-songwriter who has performed and recorded her music. With a number of possible pathways forward, she chooses to combine her knowledge, skills, and talents to improve clients’ health and well-being.

In pursuit of wellness, there is also an array of avenues. Mira finds great importance in focusing on the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy®, which supports digestive and reproductive health. She states:

“I see the pelvis and abdomen as the foundation of our health. In yoga, the pelvis encompasses our root chakra, which is our connection to the earth, our bodies, and feelings of safety and security. The womb in yoga is a center for the Swahisthana chakra which pertains to our relationship to the universal mother, the biological mother, and the internal mother — as well as the inner child and the children of the world. It is how we nurture ourselves, others, and our creations. Our digestive system, the solar plexus chakra, is the fire that empowers us to share our creations with others and the world. These three centers are addressed by Maya Abdominal work and support our relationship to safety, pleasure and power. These areas are in great need of attention and care, as they are often deprived of it on the individual level as well as on the societal and global levels. In varying degrees among different cultures, the need for care has been repressed throughout history. One demographic stands out: women and their bodies.”

Mira looks forward to sharing her passions and exuberant heart with you!

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