About Yuk Yee

Flashbacks and personal present:

Yuk Yee is a graduate of the School for Enlightenment and Healing, founded by Dr. Michael Mamas.  She also is a certified teacher of these two workshops which faciliate freedom and self-Mastery: New Paradigm Multi-Dimensional Transformation (NPMDT) and Awakening the Illuminated Heart (ATIH).  NPMDT was formerly known as Shamballa Multi-Dimensional Healing - which was founded by St. Germain and John Armitage.  ATIH is the latest iteration of the life work of Drunvalo Melchizedek, also sourced by the White Brotherhood as well as many indigenous teachings.

Yuk Yee was ordained after the order of the Melchizedek, and was a teaching Usui Reiki master.  She is also a graduate of numerous courses given by Orin and Daben and taught by Duane Packer and Sanaya Roman, and a teacher of their Course in Awakening Your Light Body.  Adjunctive training and skills include certification in Basic Massage (Baltimore School of Massage); EFT, karmic and Co-Creative Space Clearing Techniques, and Dr. Bill Bengston's "Mind" (Energetic Charging) techniques.  She acknowledges the great personal impact of the work of Mary A. Hall.  She currently serves as the Community Leader for the Pennsylvania Bruno Circle of Friends in the Greater Harrisburg area.

Yuk Yee was born in Hong Kong, grew up in the Caribbean, has lived in NYC and is now based in central Pennsylvania, USA.  She is a graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.  Her experience includes 20+ years with a major Fortune 500 company and several years as office manager of a small veterinarian hospital.   

She continues to find joy whenever there are opportunities to teach and to work privately with clients.

Update:

For quite some time now, it has been no secret that we have come to the end of "known territory," and the task at hand is to create our own individual maps, going forward.  Yuk Yee's personal experience of stepping through that threshold happened quietly, in a moment of conscious awareness, April 12, 2008.

(journal entry):

Collectively, we have turned a corner. I can feel it.

The change is subtle:  it is in the air, in the breath, in a clear glimpse of inner vision.   It is in a spontaneous impulse to do old things, and being surprised at the newness.

Yesterday i was digging in the dirt and trying to get a jump on the first weeds. Unexpectedly, a subtle new feeling took me into a kind of ... contemplation, a realization that we are moving into a new time, and i, too, am moving into a new season, a new phase of my life ... feeling older, and somehow renewed.  And, instead of just doing yard-work in a robotic and overwhelmed state because it is needed -  i am once again "tending to my garden" (something which has been back-burnered and neglected for many years.)  So the past two days have been kind of a mindfulness meditation - focused entirely on one weed at a time, carefully and thoroughly clearing the slate.


What unfolded from this point was a intense, years-long process of internal breakdown/breakthroughs, some sort of softening and reconstruction of the total ego-ic identity.  This process is still ongoing, although a new and simpler self has emerged and along with it, a realization: in place now is a special sensitivity to this process which some have labeled a 'dark night of the soul', along with certain skills born out of personal experience which may be of assistance to others.

With humility and gratitude for the support that was there for her, and in particular to two amazing friends without whom her journey would have been much darker, there is a new appreciaton for the old phrase: As Without, So Within; What comes around, goes around.  Somehow, the Universe does make available the support to help us through. 

If something about this account speaks to you, Yuk Yee invites you to contact her.