About

My name is Sanne Burger. I am a writer, massage therapist, Qigong teacher, Taotraining instructor, traveler, dreamer and warrior for truth.

I have been blessed with the right teacher at the right time.

Ancient Thai Massage, Qigong, sexuality and Taotraining
Rahul Bharti in Kathmandu initiated me into the ancient healing art of Ancient Thai Massage. Li Jun Feng taught me the basics of Qigong. Jacques Balavoine, a Frenchman living in Norway, taught me the basics of meditation, massage and therapeutic work. Through Barry Long, Osho, David Deida and many other tantric, spiritual teachers I gained insight into sexuality and its relationship to health, happiness and spiritual growth. As a 5 double Scorpio, sexuality has always been one of my favorite topics, as well as shadow work and trauma release. In the past 20 years I have intensively studied the Taoist system of healing and the transformation of sexual energy, also called Healing Tao or Taotraining, with Reinoud Eleveld. All this, and more, forms the foundation of my work as a healer, coach and teacher.

Writing
Besides giving individual Ancient Thai Massage sessions and courses in Ancient Thai Massage, Taotraining and Qigong, writing is an important tool for me to express myself as well. Sometimes I feel like a writer, doing other stuff for fun. Sometimes I feel like a healer, doing some writing on the side. Sometimes I feel like a teacher, pretending to be a writer or a healer. I don’t know. I guess who or what I am is rather fluctuating. Must be my horoscope. Who cares, anyway. Eventually the writing, healing and teaching is all merging together in one vibration, one muse, and that’s who I am right now.

Check the event page on this website to book a session when I am in Holland. In the year to come, 2020, my intention is to organize several courses as well, both in Holland and London. Stay tuned! Sign up for the newsletter if you want to receive the latest news, or send me a private email: sanneburger@gmail.com.’

Sanne Burger @ sanneburger.com

 

 

 

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