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Luz Angelly Torres


I’m passionate about the development and richness of human beings. As a social psychologist, I’ve been doing coaching for many years now. I completed Masters 1 training as an art therapist and a Masters 2 in Art Therapy with a specialization in dance, at the Sorbonne, in Paris.

I have also taken training in sacred dance at the Neijing School of Chinese Medicine, in Spain, and thereby been able see the benefits of dance on our health. In addition, I have had training in Neurolinguistic Programming under its co-creator, Richard Bandler.

I hold regular dance meetings for women’s groups on Thursdays, in which participants discover how the sacred movement of our bodies opens up our awareness and enhances our sensitivity.

Artistic approach

With various women’s groups I have developed projects aimed at expanding and cultivating the sacred feminine, for I truly believe in a path of learning from one another.

Dance and intentional body movement can connect us with our deepest layers and augment our awareness of reality. This is why, since time immemorial, dance has been a spiritual heritage for all peoples. Dance that heals, such as NeuroDanse ®, allows us to reconnect with who we really are, as we understand that something greater than us makes all of us dance. NeuroDanse ® supports us in the three dimensions of body, mind, and spirit.



J’aurais dû mourir Ma maladie : un chemin de guérison (I should have died  - My illness as a path to healing)

A rare disease, total intolerance to the few existing treatments, and the verdict is out: “The best you can do is give up and accept the fact that you are going to die.” That sort of electroshock can annihilate one. Paradoxically, however, it can also become an unbelievable stimulant to help one grow, in spite an unavoidable end. A stimulant that can sometimes even transcend the shock and outwit the predictions made by “those that know”. It was in 2011 and I should have died …

Born in 1975, Luz Angelly Torres Oviedo studied Social Sciences before going to Paris and then to Sion, in Valais canton, Switzerland. While affected by an incurable disease, during the healing process she is reminded of her true aspirations. She therefore refocuses her activities on personal coaching and on accompanying others in the management of emotions, using tools such as Richard Bandler’s Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP). Having danced all her life, she naturally combined the two by creating NeuroDanse®. Being also inspired by the works of Tony Buzan, the author develops a passion for visual thought tools. Her desire is to help others by sharing her experience and knowledge as widely as possible.

J'aurais dû mourir, (I should have died) édition Baudelaire, 2023   Only in French


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