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Come home to your power

It's time to stop trying to fix yourself and embody your true essence, expression, and power.

It's time to meet the depths of your being and become free to soar.

my purpose

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Ana Liz Ceregatti


My path to becoming a somatic therapist and expressive arts therapy practitioner grew naturally from my personal journey of healing and self-discovery.
Early experiences of trauma, including losing my biological parents as an infant, led me to seek solace in imagination, the body, and art.
Throughout my teens and early 20s, I explored various forms of artistic expression and delved into spiritual practices.
In 2016, I left Brazil for Los Angeles in search of freedom from unnamed pain that manifested in my body and life.

In Los Angeles, I embarked on a profound journey of self-exploration, seeking to understand myself and what moved me.

In my late 20s, I entered a marriage that reflected difficult patterns, prompting me to explore my past and recognize how trauma had limited my sense of self and relationships.

Studying Buddhist philosophy, Yoga (especially Iyengar), Meditation, Mindfulness, psychology, and trauma therapy, I began unraveling old wounds and learned to process my pain. This ignited a deep interest in healing methodologies.

In 2020, after leaving the marriage, I committed to my true passion. I trained in the Tamalpa Life/Art Process®, a Movement-Based Expressive Arts Therapy approach that transformed my life. Today, I'm honored to be a trainee teacher in this methodology.

I primarily work with women, guiding them to cultivate self-love, transform pain into strength, and create fulfilling lives. By reconnecting with our bodies and inner lives, we can nurture healthier relationships and contribute positively to our communities and the world.

Sara Lovett

"Ana Liz has a beautiful immersive quality, both in her movement practice and in her art-making process. Such open vulnerability encourages both those who witness her, and those who work with her, not only to brave the shadow side of themselves, but to embrace the heights of joy, self-love, beauty, and acceptance."

-Sarah Lovett, PhD Candidate, RSMT

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