A well-traveled, lifelong student of global culture, Barbara Biziou has devoted her career to inspiring, empowering and supporting people through life’s transitions and challenges.
Biziou’s abiding passions has been to adapt ancient rituals to current times into a practice she calls “ritual fusion,” integrating the wisdom of cross-cultural ceremonies, experiences, and meaningful practices to the maladies of modern life. She is the author of the Joy of Ritual and The Joy of Family Rituals and she has been featured in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune and Oprah.com. She has also appeared on television shows on CBS, Fox, FX, NBC and Hallmark. Biziou’s newsletter currently reaches thousand of people and she contributes to Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, Rewireme, and What Now, What Next.
In addition to a mix of individuals who participate with Biziou in private sessions, milestone occasions and customized workshops, her client roster includes the International Red Cross, Coca-Cola, Equinox Gym, Morgan Stanley, Lord & Taylor and Weight Watchers. As a Vision Coach and corporate trainer, Barbara works with individuals, businesses and not-for-profits, providing a wide range of services that include customized workshops and seminars, keynote speeches and private coaching sessions. She also creates personal rituals, from relationship and wedding ceremonies, to space clearings and practical hands-on processes that generate healing, prosperity and overall success.
In 2014, Barbara developed “Spirituality in the City,” a program that features small group tours to museums and spiritual destinations in the New York tri-state area. She is currently developing a TV/digital media series based on this work that will feature similar “tours” of rituals around the world.
Barbara Biziou has been called a “practical spirituality” expert and “transformational catalyst” who employs a wide range of simple but powerful tools, techniques and stress-busting practices that promote the healing, healthy habits, and overall success of those whom she serves.
She lives in New York City.