About Ana Haro
- A woman like you
- Mom of 2
“A healthy mind is equal to happy moms and happy children” (Ana H.)
Ana was born in Córdoba, Ver. México in 1982. Graduated from Tec de Monterrey with a degree in International Business with Specialty in International Marketing from Helsinki Business Polytechnic, Finland. She has a Master degree in International Business from Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland. Supported by the Programme Alßan, the European Union. Programme of High Level Scholarships for Latin America, Master Degree.
Her Master’s dissertation has 3 International publications (Second class honours degree upper division. Best Master Class Dissertation): Testing for a Critical Juncture: Change in Mexican Macroeconomic Policy in the early 1980s. You can find it at Amazon.
Ana has lived, studied and worked abroad. She worked in the corporate world for about 10 years, as a head of multidisciplinary and multicultural work teams, and as a Supply Chain professor at Tec de Monterrey for students of Industrial Systems Engineering. She is certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (GE, 2013).
She has been married since 2009 and is the mother of two, a girl and a boy. Her family is the main driving force behind this. She is located in Monterrey, N.L., Mexico.
Training as a Parent Educator, Mindfulness Facilitator and AMI Montessori Assistant
After her first daughter was born, the world of emotions and thoughts took a new shape, so Ana decided to reinvent herself and redirect her life towards what had always been her passion, the mind and the psycho-emotionality of the human being.
Ana is currently in training as a Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher by Jack Kornfield Ph.D and Tara Brach Ph.D at the Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher Certification Program (MMTCP), 2 year training. She is trained in Conscious Parenting by Dr. Shefali Tsabary Ph.D., 2 year training. She is certified as a facilitator in Tools for Life: Mindfulness Strategies for Professionals in the Education Arena, by Susan Kaiser Greenland. She is also certified as a Montessori Assistant for children 6 to 12 years old by Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) organized by the Southwest Institute of Montessori Studies, Arizona USA.
Ana today integrates the latest neuroscience studies with psychopedagogy, eastern and western psychology. Her passion is to create a more compassionate world by promoting a healthy mind.
“Our mind is another part of our body, which needs care, attention and respect. Understanding and nurturing our mind must be a priority for the human being” (Ana H.)
Throughout these years, she has seen how compassion, patience and equanimity have blossomed in her. Since then, she shares how important it is to care, respect and nurture our minds.
In particular, her work focuses on women, adolescents and children helping them to know their inner world: the world of thoughts and emotions, through:
She is the author of the book Thoughts Are or its Spanish version Los Pensamientos Son. A book for the whole family, illustrated by her husband.
“The intention of this work is to promote in children and adults the knowledge and appreciation for their inner world”
In a very simple way, she explains what thoughts are, and how they do not define us or make us good or bad people.
“Understanding our mind helps us in getting to know ourselves and regulate ourselves” (Ana H.)
You can find the English version of the book, Thoughts Are at Amazon.com
“The most important thing is that I have already proved everything I propose and teach. I proved it first in my life and at home. All the tools I talk about are resources that I use in my day to day, in my relationship with myself, with my loved ones and with the people around me” (Ana H.)
Follow Ana on social media, there you will find many resources and subjects of interest. All the news and information on her events. If you are interested in being informed about discounts among other things, subscribe to:
YouTube Channel: Ana Haro: My Journey
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