• Do you recognize yourself in one of these?

    Bad Sleeping

    Low energy levels

    Struggling with objectives


    Overwhelmed / Stressed


    Pain / Inconveniences

    Poor nutrition

  • You have a desire to improve:

    Your health

    Physical, mental, and emotional.


    Your mood

    For yourself and your loved ones


    Your energy levels

    To make the most of your life personally and professionally


     Your discipline

    Because motivation won't always be here,

    good discipline will allow you to attain your objectives

    in any area of your life



    Creating and maintaining

    new habits



    Stress Management


  • Weekly online sessions

    From 30 minutes to 1 hour


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    A 360° analysis

    A complete analysis to detect the root cause of the problem

    The root cause of a health problem can be anything from a lack of sleep to poor nutrition, high levels of stress, toxic relations, lack of physical activity, and many more. The 360° analysis allows scanning of all those areas, to detect the origin of the trouble, and the areas that might require improvements.

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    The 80/20 rule

    A few well-chosen changes for the biggest impact

    Most of the time, the root cause of a problem is multifactorial i.e. the health issue has its origin in different areas. Working on too many areas at the same time might lead to demotivation. Following the 80/20 rule, on the contrary, focuses on the few well-chosen changes that will have the biggest impact on your health.

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    The small step philosophy

    Tiny but sustainable

    The trap is that in the honeymoon phase of a habit formation we tend to settle very high objectives. With the motivation of the beginning, it might work for a while, but just for a while. In the long run, the best solution is the baby step process. This is the best way to maintain a good rhythm in time and achievability.

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    Totally Customized

    To your energy, personality, goals, and personal history

    Which goals are worthy of your focus and attention at this moment? For every person, the motivation for each goal is different. Every person has their own strengths, weaknesses, drives, and hindrances. This is why the program is totally tailor-made and adaptative to your evolution.

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    The weekly follow-up sessions

    Success is a system to improve, not a finish line to cross

    This is a cornerstone to measure the progress, but also to detect and understand the obstacles and hindrances. It is an opportunity to imagine alternative options to attain your objectives. Life is full of challenges, and you just can’t avoid them. But you can prepare and adapt to them. This is a key factor of success.

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    The power of the psychology of habit & neurosciences

    A range of tips and tricks to maintain your new lifestyle

    Researchers estimate that 40 to 50% of our actions on any given day are done out of habits (rather than conscious thoughts). The brain hardwires everything that we repeatedly do – this is how habits are formed. Understanding how the brain and mind work is key to implementing and maintaining new habits in the long term.

  • Why work on your health now

    "Prevention is better than cure"

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    50% of us will develop a chronic disease

    Drugs for those diseases can have nasty effects (1)

    • Headache, dizziness, hair loss

    • Digestive system problems, sexual, or skin problems

    • Feeling sick, muscle pain, memory loss, etc.

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    90% of our health determined by our environment

    And only 10% is determined by our genes (2)

    • This means that we have quite a lot of control over our health, even if you might think you have "bad genes"

    • Genes load the gun, but it's the environment that pulls the trigger

  • My name is Mona,

    Doctor in Pharmacy and Health Consultant.

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    I discovered the hard way, that medication is not always the best solution. Yes, I know it's not what a Pharmacist would usually say.


    Sometimes the change has to be deeper than just masking symptoms.

    Sometimes we need to take the time to understand what is going wrong in our lives and solve the problem at the root cause of it. Switching off the symptoms is not a viable long-term strategy.


    Working on your health now, by implementing a few simple and healthy habits will make you save a lot of energy in the long run and avoid a bunch of troubles.

    Sign up for a FREE 15-minute consultation


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    Diego Lock Farina

    Ph.D. in Literature, University Lecturer

    I finally got my sleep back

    My biggest problem was the lack of sleep. My schedule was a mess, the quality of my sleep wasn’t good, and I couldn’t live without caffeine. We don’t really know how important our sleep is until something really bad happens. I needed to fix this problem or I knew I would have to pay the price. I’m glad I made the decision to work with Mona. With a few well-chosen and little changes in my habits and mindset, and different tools and techniques we worked on, I managed to get my sleep back little by little. I feel great! Thank you!

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    Paloma De La Torre Gutierrez

    International MEP Sales Engineer

    I am more energized, relaxed, and productive

    It has been an amazing journey for me. The follow-up sessions with all the tools, tips, and tricks that Mona gave me, made a huge difference. Her service was totally customized to my progress and objectives, and I appreciated that. Thanks to the sessions with her, I managed to solve the troubles I had been struggling with for years. It’s crazy how a few little changes can have a huge impact on your life. I am way more energized, more relaxed, and in a great mood way more often than before.

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    Ali Parandeh Zandpour

    Entrepreneur, Start-up Advisor, and Investor

    I upgraded my health and it feels great!

    I never really managed to keep up with my new year’s resolutions, and this was very frustrating. Mona has quite a lot of knowledge on the psychology of habit, and that was key to maintaining the changes as a lifestyle, not just punctually. During our weekly sessions, she would help me spot the hindrances, find solutions, and alternatives to adjust the habits, and maintain them in the long run. I definitely feel a difference in my energy levels. I finally managed to upgrade my health as I always wanted to and it feels good! Read more.

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    Dr. Danielle White

    Workshop Facilitator, Research Consultant

    A complete methodology for great results

    Thumbs up for this methodology. Mona has a 360° approach and that is what makes the difference. From there we pinpointed the areas we could work on. She helped me select the ones that were going to have the biggest impact on my health and well-being. We then settled baby steps to work on, every week, and from there magic happened! The habits I implemented with her are still now part of my daily routine, and I do them naturally. Yes, she helped me attain a better version of myself, so I totally recommend her.

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    Laura Gabarrus

    Project assistant

    I handle my stress and anxiety way better

    I did my sessions with Mona during a very complicated period for me. I had a lot of stress at work and was struggling with my anxiety. She helped me re-focus on myself. This wasn’t an easy task at the beginning. But today, I feel better, more serene in my life and my choices. Thank you Mona, your good mood and your smile are contagious. I always felt confident and secure with you, because you were kind and considerate. I don’t think I would have opened up so much if the feeling wasn’t that good. It really helped a lot.

  • Contact me for your FREE 15-minute session

    We will detect the best areas to work on for you

  • A good decision today can have a huge impact on your future self

    What's your choice?

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  • Sources:

    (1) Beatrice A. Golomb, M.D., Ph.D. and Marcella A. Evans, B.S. - Statin Adverse Effects: A Review of the Literature and Evidence for a Mitochondrial Mechanism - [Study]


    (2) A. Preetha Anand, Ajaikumar B. Kunnumakkara, Chitra Sundaram, Kuzhuvelil B. Harikumar, Sheeja T. Tharakan, Oiki S. Lai, Bokyung Sung, and Bharat B. Aggarwal - Cancer is a Preventable Disease that Requires Major Lifestyle Changes [Study]

    B. L. N. Kolonel, D. Altshuler, and B. E. Henderson. The multiethnic cohort study: exploring genes, lifestyle and cancer risk. Nat. Rev. Cancer. 4:519–27 (2004) doi:10.1038/nrc1389. [PubMed]

    C. J. K. Wiencke. Impact of race/ethnicity on molecular pathways in human cancer. Nat. Rev. Cancer. 4:79–84 (2004) doi:10.1038/nrc1257. [PubMed]