Sophia Vassiliou: the lady who …

found the cure from diseases and complaints. Known by her informative blog and website. Written by ex patient and friend Theo B.

Thessaloniki boulevard
Thessaloniki boulevard
literature faculty Thessaloniki
Sophy studied at this wonderful literature faculty

Sophia Vassiliou is Greek in heart and soul. After school she finished a master’s study in French and Greek literature in the city where her roots lay: Thessaloniki. She was a singer in several nice music clubs and attended singing lessons at music school. She also sang in her faculty’s band. During her studies and her singing career she  taught several languages and worked as a freelance translator in five languages.

Sophia Vassiliou
Sophia Vassiliou

Back in the Netherlands she taught Greek, French and Dutch at secondary and professional schools, language schools and universities. In 2002 she started her own language center Parnassós Talen, where she performed in-company trainings in three languages, in study and social skills and coaching for 8 years.

She succeeded in doing all these things beside her busy family with two sons, where her heart lies. It was definitely not her choice to be a working Mom, but life brought it that way and she worked as much as possible during school hours.

In 2011 Sophia fell so ill from both the disease of Lyme and MS that she wasn’t able to keep her language center running anymore. She decided not to ask for an allocation, but to go back to her roots and start a healing practice. She discovered what disease actually is, where it comes from and how she can help, teach and coach others in their recovering process. Sophia herself has by now recovered as the first patient ever from both diseases.

She most of all explains the way back to a healthy body and mind and to a happy, fulfilling life. It is certainly not impossible, like many others claim: if only you know the way. Sophia does, I can assure you. To give you a little glimpse already: your therapy doesn’t only consist of processing your past and of supplementing your vitamin deficiencies, but also of coaching beyond compare!

Here is a musical video by Sophia Vassiliou, just recorded at home with her little old laptop. She sings one of the most beautiful Greek songs for you: Θέλω κοντά σου να μείνω (thelo kondá sou na meino, I want to stay close to you forever), written by George Mouzakis:


Thank you for everything you did for me. You deserve a medal
(said a friend about her)



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