Kveta A. Jasek
Born and raised in the Czech Republic, Kveta Jasek and her husband moved to Canada in the 1970’s.
They began their new life in Edmonton Alberta, where Kveta worked for many years as a Telecommunications & Avionic technician. As this industry slowed down closer to the 90’s Kveta had already become well interested in the Natural Health industry and began searching for new ideas.
In 1996 she became involved in the study of Reflexology where she met her first teacher Lauren Slade.
Lauren introduced Kveta to the art of Reiki during this time when Kveta had her first experience with the Violet flame and Divine golden light. Kveta completed her Reflexology Certificate and then went on to attain her Master level in Reiki.
After her Certfication into a new field Kveta and her family moved from Edmonton to a small community near Creston,BC, located in the beautiful Kootenay valley, to open and build her practice. Kveta continued to explore new avenues of healing and became certified in CranioSacral therapy, taking her training back in Alberta she soon became interested in what is well known now as The Emotion Code. This system brought Kvetas practice to a new level, where it now sits as the corner stone of her practice, taking clients from all over the world it is now her most popular and specialized in service. The newest addition to her practice is Metatronia Therapy, linked to the Archangel Metatron is a subtle yet powerful healing vibration.
As of today, Kveta continues to attain new levels both in her personal vibration and consciousness and within her business. She has spent much of her time travelling, researching, connecting and learning with many teachers. From meditations in Mount Shasta connecting with St. Germaine to the Jungles of Peru travelling with Shamans, she has touched her interest on a little bit of everything. When at home she thoroughly enjoys her garden, taking immaculate care of her fruit trees and flowers, making sure all the nature spirits are happy. After that she practices with the local choir and tries to take in as much of the natural beauty surrounding her, going on many hikes and trips throughout the Kootenays.
On top of the pyramid in Coba Mexico, August 2016