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Lella Satie Actor Director

LELLA SATIE

Lella is a multifaceted artist, entrepreneur and healer. She is an award winning actor, director and writer. She wrote, produced and acted in her one-woman-show about Frida Kahlo in New York's Theatre District directed by the legendary Susan Batson. Her director's debut short film Father screened at over thirty festivals worldwide and won dozens of awards. 

While living and performing in New York, her spiritual coach introduced her to the power of crystals. This opened her curiosity for spirituality as she delved into alternative healing modalities and ancient wisdom. Lella became a Pure Energy Healer and Instructor at the Pure Energy Healing Academy.

Lella developed her artist and healer, as her intellectual insight ventured into Entrepreneurship. She founded the crystal-jewelry shop LemonHouse.com, created retreats for large, and private groups through RewakeRetreats.com and has helped other business owners and entrepreneurs to multiply their revenue through a unique mastermind approach via New SuccessTM.

 

Lella is a a multi-passionate leader merging her creativity, arts, healing and business acumen to create and manifest projects of her own and for her clients.

 "All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages." William Shakespeare

Figuratively and literally I've played various parts on stage, screen and in life. I have passion for acting, directing, arts, healing, entrepreneurship, ancient wisdom, yoga, dance, history, culture... 

Some roles I chose and some chose me. We all play the role of a creator in our lives. By the actions we choose every day, by decisions we make, by beliefs we hold and the values we upkeep.  

On this website and other sites that you can see in Links you will find a myriad of my words spoken and written woven with my experience, expressed with passion and shared with love. I hope they serve you well. 

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