Saemi Nakamura – Holotropic Breathwork Facilitator, Neurodynamic Breathwork Facilitator, Fractal Psychology Counselor
Saemi Nakamura was born and grew up in Tokyo. Although she was having a comfortable life there, she felt that something was missing. “Is there something more to life?” “What is the meaning of life?” “What is the purpose of my life?” So she left everything familiar behind and came to the United States to find out who she was. Because she thought that acting training might be able to help her explore the various facets of her being, she joined an acting school in Hollywood. She has worked on films, television shows, and numerous commercials for over twenty years. Her first memoir was published in Japan in 1998 and followed by three more books sharing her experience and insights living in Los Angeles. Her story inspired countless young people.
She had her first experience with an expanded state of awareness during a Holotropic Breathwork workshop in 2012. After a three-year-long training, she became a Stan Grof Certified Holotropic Breathwork Facilitator in 2016. The same year, she met Mau Isshiki who is the founder of Fractal Phenomenology and Theory of an Advanced World (TAW)/ Fractal Psychology. Through studying TAW and receiving personal training from Mau Isshiki, she gained a significant understanding of life and human consciousness. She designed a one day workshop “Train Your Brain, Master Your Life” with Michael Stone and contributes her energy introducing TAW/Fractal Psychology in America and permeating the knowledge of how people can free themselves from their own conditioning.
Along with facilitating a few of the Neurodynamic Breathwork Online sessions in the US, she has also brought Neurodynamic Breathwork to Japan and has facilitated both in-person and online sessions in the Japanese language,
Her hope is that everyone will discover the way to access one’s own divine essence and experience true freedom.
To contact Saemi or find out more about her counseling sessions, go to: https://saeminakamura.com