Founder and Executive Chairman
Dana Holtzman is a spiritual entrepreneur, a writer, and an ex-school teacher currently teaching meditation. She has an insatiable passion for teaching and helping others for achieving their goals.
She has a holistic approach for business writing and teaching and a strong passion for the connection between business, mind, body and soul.
She is an app developer and the founder of the Chopstix Pan Asian food chain which commenced in 2008 , bringing high quality Asian delicacies to the Australian dining community.
A self-confessed foodie, Dana’s international experience traverses the world from Tel Aviv to Paris and from New York to Melbourne.
She is passionate about bringing her dining and lifestyle experience to others.
Dana is currently developing the To Go Hospitality brand into a nationwide Australian group.
Her commitment to socially – conscious enterprises in the field of childhood cancers and child trafficking ,brings a philanthropic aspect to the TO GO group with an emphasis on social programs.
Her commitment of helping others by giving back to those who are less fortunate is an integral part of who she is as a human being and a citizen of the world.
“A simple but effective meditation!”
“I found this to be calming not sure why exactly.”
“15 minutes passed like a moment. Sometimes sound of bowl is very loud in moment of attack, may be you need to normalize level of sound. Namaste!”
“This is the first time I have tried this form of meditation–very interesting and the rhythmic breathing was very helpful. Thank you for your time and effort here.”
“Totally amazing. So that’s what focusing on the breath for 15mins! There is no choice but to surrender. I was able to go deeper into some uncomfortable feelings. Thank you. An extraordinary experience. I will be doing this often. “
“The fast pace forces you to concentrate on the mechanics of breathing and the variability of the pace makes you aware of the effects of the differing oxygen-CO2 proportions and how you feel as a result. Definitely a good primer for breathing exercises.”
“My brain is tingling following this meditation. While the breathing felt fast, the timing of the vibrations was also somehow just right.”