Personal Coaching

Awaken the Innate Body Intelligence

Shanti Medina

Shanti is a registered Yoga Therapist with over 800 hours creating curriculum and instructing a variety of yoga, physical therapy and neuromuscular trainings as well as facilitating transformative women’s retreats. She is a certified Neurosculpting® Facilitator and her Body Current® modality is part of the Neurosculpting® Facilitator program at the Neurosculpting® Institute. Shanti’s roots stem from her advanced studies and certifications in Personal Training, Neuromuscular Therapy, Traumatic Brain and Trauma Therapy, Wellness Coaching, and Reiki.

She is most respected for her ability to support her clients and students in transformation and self-realization. Her simple and highly accessible embodied mindfulness tools create a safe and highly effective environment for healing and empowerment. Energize training systems and Body Current® therapeutics combine the latest research in neuroscience with evidence-based teachings of the ancients to awaken the innate body intelligence.


Shanti is also a Certified Neurosculpting® Facilitator offering private Neurosculpting meditations to heal trauma, rewrite limiting beliefs and find wholeness. Neurosculpting meditation modality is a whole-brain approach integrating mindfulness and neuroscience into a simple five-step method to transform limiting beliefs into unlimited potential. Neurosculpting was developed in 2007 by Lisa Wimberger, Founder of Neurosculpting Institute, to empower practitioners to live a life powered by intention through self-directed neuroplasticity. Unique to the Neurosculpting® methodology is its structure and intentional whole-brain engagement designed to support the management of stress through specific languaging syntax and proven steps to down-regulate the hyper-arousal states while simultaneously up-regulating the higher executive functioning of the brain.

Step 1: Down-regulate flight/fight/freeze response to calm the nervous system
Step 2: Enhance activity in the higher executive functioning of the brain
Step 3: Increase activity and communication between the right and left hemispheres of the brain
Step 4: Imprint the meditation for easy identification and replication in day-to-day activities