Kylie Delfino, founder of the Grace Love Peace Meditation Movement.
As a clinical nutritionist, passionate yoga teacher and devoted meditator Kylie spent more than a decade creating and delivering personal self-care and nutritional education programs in the cancer treatment arena.
In 2015, Kylie was struck by a rare neuromuscular disease which impacted the mobility of her limbs and facial muscles affecting her ability to see, speak and swallow. It was after a brush with death in ICU one night when Kylie’s understanding and perception of healing moved from the physical application of whole food and lifestyles strategies to the area of attitudinal, spiritual and emotional healing, which has greatly assisted in her recovery.
Through meditation and experiential workshops, Kylie teaches attitudinal healing which transitions individuals from the intellectual and physical level of spiritually to a deeper awakening into soul consciousness, where inner peace and absolute self love is a natural state of being.
In early 2019 Kylie accepted a teacher training position with the Hoffman Institute Canada. The Hoffman Process is a week-long residential and personal growth retreat that helps participants identify negative behaviors, moods, and ways of thinking that developed unconsciously and were conditioned in childhood.
The Hoffman Process teaches us how to release and resolve persistent negative behavioural patterns of feeling unloved and unlovable. We examine the major influences on our lives, trace the root of the adopted negativity, and release any pain, grief, anger, shame or resentment that has been stored there.
The Hoffman Process is a profound experience for individuals who are serious about change, the newfound awareness in graduates creates lasting and authentic self-love and self-compassion, which Kylie believes to be the most fundamental component for wholeness and healing.