Anna Dannfelt

(pic by Denis Tombal)

I am a professional aromatherapist since early 1990’s when I also started mentoring people, today it’s called coaching. I work with people on a one-on-one basis as well as holding trainings and workshops for groups.

I am a mother of four children, now adults, and watching them grow up has been a great learning experience for me. I am extremely curious and always looking for knowledge, be it how to bake a cake or how far it is to the moon, I’m not picky. My motto since childhood is to learn something new every day. Today I learned how to make tortellini from scratch, I probably won’t ever do it, but it’s cool to know how 🙂 Having so much going in my head, this blog doesn’t really have one specific direction, it’s more like “being all over the place”, like life.

My interests are many and varied, not least in my working arena. Keeping myself updated is very important and I constantly strive to learn and understand more so I can communicate knowledge and experience to the people I work with.

Points about myself and my work:

  • I am passionate in everything I do
  • How people function and why is of great interest to me
  • I am non judgmental
  • I listen to everybody and everything
  • I am a rock in a crisis
  • I am kind but tough
  • I believe in limitlessness
  • There are always solutions
  • Every person I come across has something to teach me
  • Keep it real. Honesty and transparency are important to me

Here on the blog I address issues and topics that come up when I work with clients as well as with myself. I also write about whatever comes into my head; short stories, ideas, information on natural substances etc etc, it all depends on my mood and what I am into at the moment…I might even put up a recipe or two…or not. If you would like to share, feel free to comment.

7 responses to “Anna Dannfelt

  1. hi.us i just found a website, spirir beauty lounge, that offers a whole bunch of great organic/natural products. i just can’t afford to pay what they want. i’m a single mom of 2 and mane 11,000 a year (so i can spend more time with them). are those products easily made at home? – body oils, face oils, etc?

    • Hi Christy, thanks for stopping by. Yes, most of the skin-care you need can easily be made in your home. I have a link on this website to a “make-it-yourself” site. It’s fun and you will never find better skin-care than the stuff you make for yourself. Go ahead and read the posts on the blog about skin-care and wellness and you’ll see what I mean. Please stop by again, and if you have questions, go ahead and ask 🙂

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  3. Hej på dig Anna!

    Många fina minnen ifrån Malmköping finns i detta sinnet som indirekt
    via musik har funnit balans och njuter av vardagen i Mölndal.

    Inga ufon som kretsar runt men däremot en stark guide och många
    möten på sista tiden…. kul att DU nu finns! (får tacka Perra här som letat runt)

    Kram

    //Daniel 🙂

  4. I found this site searching for aromatherapist with experience with CP. I am Nordlysmassasjeterapeut, from Silkeborg, DK, and have recenty taken a year’s study in natural-medisinal uses of aromatherapy (naturmedisinsk aromatherapeut). I am presently working with adults with multihandicap (my original field of study). I am very interessted in uses oils with my pupils, yet I would like more information about the oils I especially need to avoid for people with epilepsi, CP. i would like to hear from others who have experience working with persons living with these conditions. Debbie

    • Hi Debbie, Glad to hear from you. Essential oils can be a big help but has to be used with care. The best thing is if you find an aromatherapist to work together with. Aside that, there are “safe” oils you can use so long as you dilute them well (maximum 2%) such as lavender, orange, rose… If you would like to talk more with me you can find me on Skype: annadannfelt or send me an email on dannfelt@pt.lu

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