Anna Cley is a transformative artist, opera singer, and artistic director who is passionate about growth, empowerment and transcendence. She believes that individuals who overcome their limiting beliefs and dare to follow their heart can find
true happiness and freedom, allowing them to care more for others and to make the world a better place.
Cley’s work revolves around daring to be, and daring to become. She rejoices in a meaningful lifestyle and in co-creating a better world for tomorrow. She creates music, inspiring content and empowering courses for old and young alike.
A native of France, Anna Cley has performed on the stage of Carnegie Hall and in the title role of Carmen, after a successful career in rocket science. Driven by her spiritual quest, she grew a strong relationship with nature and wildlife.
In search for meaning and of her place in the world, Cley developed an eagerness for astrophysics as a child. The same sense of service for humanity pushed her in recent years to found the nonprofit Vocalise to empower those who experienced trauma. In addition to her college degrees, Cley has a certification in hypnosis with a particular interest in humanist hypnosis.
Mylandra, Unique, and The Journey of the Heart appeared to Cley in a vision while she traveled through Canada alone one snowy winter. It took her almost seven years to shape and finish the story.