Linda Tazberikova is Anat Baniel Method NeuroMovement practitioner with certifications  from all programs taught by Anat Baniel: ABM NM Basic Training , Children’s Mastery, Vitality & Anti-Aging and High Performers. Linda has also completed 2 Professional Supervision Intensives with Sylvia Shordike and Suzi Mark’s Workshop. Linda is very excited to have joined the teaching staff as a Teaching Assistant at Anat Baniel’s Practitioner Trainings. Being closely in touch with this evolving method and being able to consult with Anat’s trainers, potentiates her own evolvement as a practitioner and increases outcomes for her clients.

Before Linda started her journey as Anat Baniel Method NeuroMovement practitioner she has been exploring other approaches how to communicate with the brain. With MA in languages from Matei Bel University in Slovakia she was interested in researching how language and mentality impact who we are. Growing up in 5 countries of the world and speaking four languages shaped her interest in the brain. She has spent several years teaching foreign languages in Europe using brainwave entrainment, a way to alter brain’s operating frequencies to promote better learning and memory. Next she developed a successful career as a graphic artist and art director, mainly focusing on holistic health topics and accessing people’s brains with art to make their lives better. She herself became a very deeply involved health enthusiast and promoter with experience in bio-medical treatment and gut healing.

It was not until she became a mom and looked for help to overcome her son’s challenges that she discovered what Anat Baniel calls is the language of the brain – movement. The impact of ABM on upgrading our brains is beyond any expectations.  She is thrilled to speak ABM today and assist her clients in discovering unimaginable possibilities with this cutting-edge, science based approach for themselves.

Interesting facts: Successfully applied self-induced open-eye child birth hypnosis; short-distance runner and long jumper; dancer; moved chicken coop without injuries.