• Why fragmentation is a personal and cultural disease.
• Mindfulness practices for reuniting your dual natures.
• An ancient (yet timeless) framework for developing a balanced life.
Kiam Marcelo Junio (they/them) is a non-binary, multi-passionate artist and holistic health coach. They were born in the Philippines, and have lived in the U.S., Japan, and Spain. Their embodied research and art work center around creation myths, Philippine-American history, herstories, and personal-collective healing through collaborative practices and inner shadow work.
Kiam is a US Navy veteran who served during Operation Enduring Freedom as a medical assistant and respiratory therapist. Their experience in oncology, intensive care, neonatal, palliative, and emergency military medicine instilled a deep respect for the preciousness of life and the sensitivity of the body.
Through Mahal Healing Arts, Kiam weaves together their ongoing passions for art, practical spirituality, mindful movement, and sustainable practices. They hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and are currently earning a Master of Science in Health and Human Performance (MSHHP) at Pacific College of Health and Science.
Kiam's purpose is rooted in helping people come to a deeply felt understanding of their body, mind, emotions, and spirit - the whole self - by cultivating self-knowledge, self-love, and self-expression.