Guillermina Dee Galvan Schweiger is an accomplished herbalist, acupuncturist, published writer, energy healer, wellness coach and teacher of meditation and Tai Chi. Guille comes from a small fishing town in Bahia de los Angeles, Baja California Mexico. She received her B.S. in Biochemistry at CalPoly SLO then studied her M.S. in Chemistry at CSULB and finished with an M.S. of Traditional Chinese Medicine at SAMRA.
Mexico will forever be her home so in school her greatest desire was to learn as many different avenues of healing to be able to bring back to her people and not charge extraordinary prices for in person healings. Guille was born a gifted healer using gifts such as her clairvoyance, clairaudience, empath, intuitive healer, medium, precognitive, and dream walking trained since childhood.
Guille is an apprentice of Master Bong Dal Kim, student of Master Hyunmoon Kim of Sundo and also worked under Dr. Xiuling Ma who specializes in herbs, female/male fertility and tumors. She currently trains under her indigenous tribe in Mexico and is their only outside member. Guille is well versed in various forms of healing but her heart of healings has always with her herbal formulas and Meditation Healings. She enjoys helping heal all types of cases but gravitates towards the more difficult ones that are unresolved by Western medicine, as such local medics often send her patients and recognize her as a fellow Doctora. Guille has written and published: The Way of Nature, Breath and Food, Guillermina's Meditation and Guillermina's Health and Healing. In her spare time she rescues dogs, her dog sanctuary for more info check out Our Dog Dream dog sanctuary.
Guillermina has maintained a private acupuncture practice in Ensenada, Baja California for over 18 years, she also enjoys traveling and hosts seminars throughout U.S. and Mexico. Guille avoids refined sugar, matching socks, and nothing has brought her greater joy than: dancing with her Mom and best friends, surfing, training, reading a well written supernatural love story and snuggling her 31 dogs.