Sufi Spiritual Healing Center
Senior Master Healers
Rahma Laila Monica Lang, M Div
Rahma was born and raised in Mexico City, is the mother of 2 beautiful daughters, and is fluent in both Spanish and English. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Universidad Iberoamericana in 2007.
She began walking on the Sufi path in January of 2009. She graduated from the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism (USHS) in 2013, and received a Masters Degree in Divinity from the USHS in 2015. In 2016. Rahma graduated from a Master´s Healing Apprenticeship Program with Dr. Ibrahim Jaffe.
Rahma’s passion for the well-being of humanity led her to Sufi Healing. She has studied other modalities of healing; such as: Energetic Healing, Theta Healing ®, Biomagnetism, Bach Flowers® and as well as studying Non-Violent Communication, Enneagram and Pathwork ®.
The Sufi Healing technique has not only fulfilled her passion in healing but has helped her personally in a very profound way while helping her strive to be a better person. Most importantly, Sufi Healing has helped her develop a closer relationship with God.
Rahma is a faculty member at Institute of Spiritual Healing (ISH) and is a Teacher Assistant with Dr. Jaffe in Year 4 Advanced Spiritual Healing in the University of Sufism. She has over 10 years of experience in Sufi Spiritual Healing.
During her free time Rahma enjoys discovering new places, working with crafts, reading, and spending time with her family at the beach.
Cindy Yasmin Libman LICSW
Cindy has been a practicing Spiritual Healer for 10 years+ and she brings the qualities of compassion and a keen intuition to her sessions with clients. In her healing work she will travel inside with you to discover the hidden patterns that you carry, help you to open them, release what no longer serves your present experience, and teach you how to fill your being with the Divine Qualities. She will help you discover the deep peace, love, mercy and freedom which is already inside of you.
She has been working with Ibrahim for over 15 years, is now a faculty in the Institute for Spritual Healing . She is also a Muqaddim in her minneapolis community.She specializes in working with anxiety, depression, couples therapy, life transitions, inner-child healing, and other areas where people get stuck in their spiritual walking. She is passionate about helping people develop a direct and deep connection with the Divine.
Anton Nasir Possenig
Certified as a Master Healer by Dr. Ibrahim Jaffe, Nasir trained as a Sufi Minister, Teacher and Healer at University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism.
He graduated from the Barbara Brennan School of Healing in 2007, and studied the Pathwork teachings.
He is currently a faculty member at the Institute of Spiritual Healing. Nasir has been a student of Sufism for over 15 years.
His passion is to bring Sufism into daily life experiences as a ship to navigate through the waters that Life presents to us in each moment.
His hope is to help fellow travelers experience their own unique connection to the Divine and find Strength, Faith, Hope and Healing thought this connection.
Nasir was born and raised on a farm in the foothills of the Austrian Alps. He holds a master’s degree in fine furniture making and a bachelor’s in Interior and Furniture Design. He moved to the United States In 1997 to expand his work as an Interior Designer.
He currently lives with his wife Jamila Liza and their two children at the “Farm of Peace”, a Sufi community, in Warfordsburg, PA
Abdullah Gene Billings P.T.; M Div.
Maryam Shamsa Jennie Woodard
Cindy Amal Wetzel
Michele Hamida Rabinowitz
coach and a Sufi spiritual healer. For the past 30 years she has studied
extensively in the holistic health field and spiritual healing; her seeking has
lead her to understand the deeper causes of physical dis-ease.
Since 2005, Michele Hamida has studied under Dr. Jaffe for her own healing
journey and to become a Master Healer in the Sufi way. Her expertise is in
helping individuals realize their true potential and essential nature. She has
worked with many populations and conditions such as those in chronic and
acute pain, addiction, trauma and for those who are experiencing emotional and
Michele Hamida has a private practice where she offers distant Sufi healing,
coaching and integrative bodywork; which includes somatic work, expressive
art and sacred movement. Most of her clients are women who are looking to
empower themselves by healing the personal, ancestral and collective wounds
of the Sacred Feminine, so we can bring love and healing to our world.
Michele currently lives in Portland, Maine, with her family. She is a self-
taught artist and loves bringing the beauty of nature into her artistic creations.
Her passion is helping others realize their divine connection and innate
creativity through healing, art and embodiment.