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Dr. Anna Huysse

Researcher, truth investigator, and inner beauty lover Anna Huysse graduated cum laude the Medical University. She offers a special mix of evidence based knowledge (researcher, PhD, and lecturer) and more than two decades of expertise in motivating personal growth and health. Anna was diagnosed with Hashimoto 13 years ago. She has started a quest and invites you to benefit from the answers found. Furthermore, she is committed to contributing to the scientific knowledge about Hashimoto's thyroiditis.

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About this Course


Welcome to the most exciting, sophisticated and evidence-based transformational program available for Hashimoto's today.

For long, mind and body, individual and environment, have been seen as separated. This training takes the psychoneuroimmunology perspective. This perspective is based on the fundamental unity of the bodily systems. And these systems function to help you stay healthy. The immune system is a part of that.

Patients with autoimmune disease has a different respond to stress. They register much more stress. Stress is not just coming from outside - outside of the self, but also that emerge as a result of our internal experience, which influences our self-­evaluations, self-­identity, self­-presentations and self­-control. The internal and external stressors are administered in the same way from our body. With a difference that the internal stressors are present 24 hours per day. The point is that those internal stressors have often developed to protect us, to make sure we survive. Though, in a long run they can make us sick.

By reprogramming the neurobiology, psychological and physiological changes will take place, you will be able to differentiate between threat from non-threat, and consequently the immune system will balance. You will get yourself back, feeling energetic and vital.

The training provides:

  • understanding of the role of emotions as part of the immune system
  • inner resources development
  • experiential exercises and self-discovery
  • development of life knowledge and skills

Previous participants reported:

  • enhanced mood
  • more energy
  • better relationships
  • getting themselves back