about us

Tania

Tania

received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology in Quito, Ecuador in 1997. In search for a highly respectful therapy she met in 1996 Werner J. Meinhold, creator of the Hypno-Integrative Therapy of Deep Psychology H.I.T.T® and graduated with him in Germany. In collaboration with the German GTH (Society for Therapeutic Hypnosis), she trained between 1999 and 2005 the first therapists of the Ecuadorian GTH. Tania has 22 years of experience teaching techniques for stress management and prevention: Autogenous Training, Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Mindfulness, Meditation, Personal Empowerment, Revitalization and regeneration in conscious hypnosis. She offers Workshops, Therapy and Consultations in Spanish, German and English. From 2014 she works in Munich, Germany up to 2018 as coordinator, psychologist and teacher of the department of vocational re-orientation for adults (of a renowned German company). From 2019 she is coordinator of the Project “Stark im Beruf” which supports migrant mothers in their professional training and work integration.

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Martin

Martin

Life has given me many opportunities to train my craft skills. I can plan and work independently and responsibly in almost all trades of house building. Creative, practicable solutions are my speciality. I possess the journeyman’s certificate in carpentry, the naturopathist’s certificate and work as a service technician for a welding machine trade. My interests are correspondingly broad and range from permaculture, medicinal plants, ancient knowledge, modern technology, earthquake-proof and sustainable architecture, music and theatre to simple life.

keep it simple and eco
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our intention

In 2013 Koroni was named the greek representative for the UNESCO List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: mediterranean diet.
For us, it is honor and challenge as well. We want to contribute by living the tradition of sharing knowledge and expertise. By regaining biodiversity that was lost due to commercial interrests. By creating a space where people come together. By cooperation with local schools, giving young people the opportunity to experience the richness of syntropic farming. By collaboration with universities to evaluate our efforts in agriculture and architecture.

Let’s get this thing going!