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Inform, inspire and drive change and transformation for the common good.

Amayal is a progressive non-profit foundation that Barbara Brittingham Powers founded with the desire to help us better understand the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of the problems and ailments that affect us in our daily lives. Barbara's aim was, and still is, to inform, inspire and drive change and transformation for the common good.


Guided by Amayal's founding values, Barbara is leading our center with an unwavering commitment to good practice, quality, honesty and education. For this reason, when you visit us, you will immediately feel these values in your interactions with our doctors, educators and the rest of our team.


The Amayal family is made up of six operational branches, which, working together, facilitate holistic recovery of physical and emotional well-being.


Our areas of work are as follows:


Medicina funcional: Advanced functional and preventive medicine
Erudito: Comprehensive transformative education 
Terrenal: 100% natural and organic products
Natus: Prenatal care and humanized childbirth
Sama Spa: Massages and therapies - oasis in the city
Aman Yoga: Iyengar yoga and body consciousness


From these areas, we work every day promoting a deep awareness and a sense of responsibility with and towards our health. At Amayal we learn how to modifying our actions with the tools that the different professionals at the center provide us with. When this happens, physical, emotional and mental harmony and wellbeing are re-established, creating a better future for us all.



Barbara studied Management at the University of Monterrey (UDEM), Economics and Social Psychology at the London School of Economics (LSE), and was certified as a Montessori Teacher at St. Nicholas Training Center in London. In 1965, she co-founded the Sierra Madre Montessori School in Monterrey, Mexico.


Barbara is a certified functional nutrition educator through the Weston A. Price Foundation, Nourishing Traditions, Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN).

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