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Sylvia Muiznieks’ interest in understanding how the bodymind works and how to address any imbalances at the physical, energetic, mental, and spiritual levels began early in life through her parents, who owned one of the first health food stores in Ontario, Canada. She developed her understanding of how the body moves and works by studying dance and kinesiology, attaining her BSc. in Health Studies and Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo in 1978. Starting in 1992, Sylvia taught anatomy & physiology and advanced massage technique courses in the Mount

Royal University massage therapy program in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She was subsequently the Administrator of the Centre for Complementary Health Education at Mount Royal University for 9 years. It was during this time that she gained a much broader and inclusive overview of the bodymind from both western and eastern perspectives.

Sylvia became a Certified BodyTalk Instructor in 2002 and a MindScape Instructor in 2003. As an Advanced Senior Instructor, Sylvia has taught courses all around the world and trained many of the BodyTalk and MindScape instructors in Canada and abroad.

In 2017, Sylvia developed the HelioSol Technique (HT) and then the HelioSol System (HSS). HT and HSS are based on Sylvia’s formal education, acquired knowledge and experience as well as on information brought into her conscious awareness through her use of the alpha mind state. She is aware that the best way to address imbalances in the bodymind is to go to the source – the attachments to beliefs. This consciousness element is built into both HT and HSS. Furthermore, Sylvia is aware that since we are Beings of Light vibrating at lower frequencies, the frequencies that are out of balance can be adjusted through resonance using consciousness.

Sylvia is excited to share this work with others. She continues to expand the courses for the HelioSol work to make the information available to practitioners of other alternative health care modalities as well as to people with no health background. She hopes that it will be helpful to all who come across the work – clients, students, practitioners, instructors – in being able to live the best possible version of their lives.

Sylvia maintains a busy clinical practice in Cochrane, Alberta.