My Purpose

My purpose is to bring kindness, hope and healing to make the world a better place to live in. It has become my mission to help others retrain their brains through mindfulness. I would like to teach you to apply these powerful brain-based strategies that promote not only mental and emotional resilience to help ease anxiety and suffering but also to enhance your focus, creativity and productivity.

Offering evidence-based strategies and making them available to everyone gives meaning to my life.

About Me

Fanny Elizaga holds an Occupational Therapy degree from Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia and she is also a certified NeuroCoach. In addition, she recently obtained her certification as an instructor in the art of Qi-Gong.

For the past 23 years she has dedicated herself to empower children and adults by teaching them to develop new skills and enhance their quality of life. As an occupational therapist, she has been working with strategies to motivate and inspire students and adults to excel within their academics and personal lives, educating teachers and parents as well.

Fanny has had a life-long interest in learning and applying alternative, holistic methods of healing. She is passionate about incorporating mindfulness-based strategies into her personal life and professional practice. She speaks Spanish, English and Hebrew.

What My Clients Are Saying…

“ My sessions with Fanny have really had a positive impact on me in terms of thought processes. I have a very hectic work environment and finding time to refocus and get centered was not something I consciously would do. This lead to high levels of stress! Now, with Fanny’s help I am more able to take a step back, close my eyes and refocus on what’s most important and stay on track with my daily goals. She really is a source of wisdom and positive energy in my life. I would highly recommend her to friends and colleagues.”

Laurie Vasoli

“ Procrastination is my own worst enemy. Fanny has really helped me to stay focused and savor even small accomplishments. Little steps create giant gains in action. I’ve seen many positives in my personal and business life. Her Neuro QiGong Awareness course was great to learn how to slow down and relax. I don’t always need to be on the go. Through this course my procrastination decreased. I’m having more fun with my family. Big bonus is my business revenue has increased since working with Fanny.”

Kelly Swischer-Bennett

“Thank you Fanny! I found the mindfulness strategies very helpful to decrease my anxiety. I am now able to maintain the sense of well-being throughout the day”

—Renee I’esha

“Fanny’s wealth of knowledge and resources has been instrumental in learning and effectively applying the brain strategies in my life when challenges appear. Thanks to her work as a Neuro-Coach, I have been able to realize the enormous potential that I have as a person and that if it were not for her, I might had never have discovered. Her work for me is simply invaluable”

—Amarilis Acevedo

“Neuro-Coaching is definitely an experience that I strongly suggest. It does not matter how old you are, there is something for everybody. As we age, we all think that are minds are fine, what more can we learn about the workings of our brain.
Well, I found out that there is a great deal we can learn that changes how we react, how we apply ourselves to any situation. I personally have learned to not react to situations, to breathe it in slowly, to adjust my old thinking habits to new ways of handling any situation that may arise. A breath of fresh wholesome air has replaced old stale air, figuratively, in my brain. Thank you Fanny”

—James Wartenberg

“I had Fanny work with me when I survived a terrible disease while reintegrating into a whole new world. Of the unknown with family, with friends and work, she helped with my PURPOSE. I went from lost to found. I have personally learned not be as reactive to situations… meditating and breath work, and YAWNING!!! 

Thank you Fanny! We need a million of you doing what you do! You are a gift.”

—Christina Z Potter-Cullum