Klaudeen Shemirani is a gifted communications coach, holistic healer and mistress of ceremonies. She specializes in giving people a deeply meaningful experience that can shift and transform their conflict, fears and anxiety to inner wisdom, confidence and purpose.
Klaudeen is dedicated to helping her clients feel safe, seen and honored. She believes if she can help her clients see and feel "what they need to heal," it will open up insights and pathways to greater greater clarity, confidence, and forward-direction—in their every day life, work and relationships.
Klaudeen works with individuals, couples and families, and those who are stressed out in corporate America, find their authentic, embodied voice. In addition to her private practice, Klaudeen is also a lead master communications coach and facilitator for, "Yes, You Can Speak!," — a 5-star transformative public speaking training company was founded by Lynn Kirkham--the official Berkeley TEDx Speaker's Coach, and inducted member at the Happiness Hall of Fame.
Klaudeen received her Master's degree from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, and her Bachelor's degree in Peace & Conflict Studies from UC Berkeley. She also received specialized training from the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute and the Strozzi Institute of Embodied Leadership.
Klaudeen is also an ordained minister, a Reiki II practioner and the founder of "Shimmy Shaman Circles" for women who wish to cultivate, dance, and commune more deeply with their embodied divinity, and sense of purpose and service to the world. She offers these circles for women's healing, bridal showers, and baby showers. In addition, Klaudeen is talented in officiating and managing weddings, events and memorials--for people and family pets.
Prior to this career path, Klaudeen worked at leading high-tech and semiconductor companies and clients such as, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi and NEC Electronics America. And what she discovered in those 13 years of corporate America, is how stressed and fearful most people are of knowing and owning their authentic voice — in both their work life and relationships.
Last but not least, Klaudeen has travelled to more than 30 countries, giving her the precious gifts of cultural and religious awareness, sensitivity and respect for all human kind.