How did fasting evolve in recent years
Different types of fasting
Why consider fasting as a health tool?
Internal processes when fasting
Who should fast?
Who can or cannot fast?
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Sonia is from Vienna where fasting is firmly integrated in their culture.
Sonia first discovered its value to restore health already in 1999, inspired by a leading Austrian fasting physician. Her first career as a project manager heavily influenced her work as practitioner today. During global deployment of merger projects, her fasting practice proved indispensable to Sonia - keeping her strong, healthy, focused and resilient.
Sonia supports her clients with a combination of fasting, functional medicine and vibration therapy to achieve more energy and vitality, improved sleep, mental clarity and to address health issues, chronic pain and stubborn excess weight.