The acronym HUESA stands for “Human Universal Energy and Spirituality Academy”. Practitioners learn the language of the energy through the activation of the 7 main energy centres in the human body under the guidance of the experienced HUESA instructors.
One of the main goals of the HUESA method is to enable anyone to reach and maintain a balanced state of body, mind and soul. It offers a holistic approach to human health, happiness and spiritual development, which will lead to the life of wellness.
HUESA can help you achieve all these things, or even more, if you are committed to do your part as well. As you will eventually realize, if you want things to change, you need to change first.
HUESA will provide you with guidance, insights and tools to fully support you along this path.
The HUESA method was developed by Dr. Theresa Thu-Thuy Nguyen, very often referred to by her students as Cô Theresa.
She was born in Vietnam and emigrated to Australia where she earned a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Melbourne in 1988 and practiced as a General Practitioner in Melbourne.
In her quest for spiritual development, she has travelled extensively around the world coming across different belief systems, traditions, and cultures, which led her to change the focus of her life and start sharing her insights and experience with other like-minded people.
In 2007, Cô Theresa undertook a further step in her mission as a spiritual leader, becoming the leading instructor and President of HUESA. Since then she has conducted over two hundred seminars or talks in several of countries (Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macedonia, Mexico, Mozambique, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, USA).
In addition she has taught a number of seminars through video conference to many more countries, reaching thousands of students. Cô Theresa has led a number of pilgrimages, or spiritual tours, with groups of students to places of particular spiritual importance, for different religions and belief systems, in over 30 countries on continents.