Giselle La Pompe-Moore

Founder of the Ajna Project

Tell us about Project Ajna?

I worked in fashion and beauty for over 11 years but felt I hadn't found the roles that really fulfilled me. After a lot of soul searching and giving myself permission to do something else, I started Project Ajna. It's an unapologetic approach to holistic self-preservation and a process that I call Intuitive Beauty - all with the aim of balancing your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies.

What can clients expect from a session with you?

I guide clients to holistically heal the relationship they have with their skin through three stages: ritual, meditation and energy healing. We work together to shift negative self-talk and body image and move into a space of self-love and skin acceptance.

Why do you think holistic healing is so important?

We spend so much time rushing around and focusing on what's happening next that we can forget to just be present. When we don't take this time, stress can manifest itself on the mind and body. A holistic approach works on both levels. I believe that all healing is self-healing; you can find the tools and space holders needed to guide you on that journey but ultimately you have to allow yourself to do it.

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