Since the mid 1980’s, Kunana discovered her practice and abilities with healing affirmation by Louise Hay, meditation, Pranayama/Yoga with Master Dharma Mittra and Iyengar Yoga. Her Body work healing modality was with shiatsu with Master Ohashi at the New York Institute. This was a very innovative time when New York City was a mecca for exploration and creativity. As an artist of the film/music/fashion world, she was exposed to a collage of Punk, Disco, New Wave and birth of Hip hop culture, where entrepreneurial dreams were infinite and so was success which came with an unexpectded price. (Stress, lots of real world responsibilities, sales taxes, incorporating, marketing, publicity...etc.)
Yoga and Shiatsu/massage became her coping skills and shortly after they transitioned into careers. As a super yogini and meditation facilitator, she also began to help many people navigate the lose of her own friends and family throughout local communities due to HIV crisis. Which now has developed and is considered a sacrred death doula.
As a Sacred Prayer Dancer and a member of other Organized Earth Connected missions, she has been leading womens groups through transformative awareness and other energetic alignment workshops. Kunana is considered mentor for young women as an elder and has been facilitating in her Taino Indigenous/diverse community of color.
With an “Awakened” Consciousness, healthy diet and fit body, she found there still can be emotional/ behavior patterns that can get in the way of attaining goals and joyful living that can be accessed neurologically. Through Kunana's healing journey and curiosity throughout many modalities, Havening Techniques proved to be the turning point for her HMBL parlor Practice and self (Heart, Mind, Body, Light.)
She has been in the wellness practice for 35 years. Havening results with her clients continue to impress her so much that she often includes it in her latest "medicine bag" for those committed to learning and loving themselves.
Kunana' s deep dedication to her indigenous roots and culture is the spirit of her integrity of how she contains a sacred space for healing to happen. As a great believer in, “no one should feel alone in their own process of change”, she provides a safe space for you to journey within.