Amaya Urzaa


The most common reason Amaya works with children is because the child is being bothered by something the parent is unable to perceive, such as a "ghost".


In these cases, Amaya is happy to offer her services on a donation-only basis for the first home visit or office session.

Sessions for children can take many forms, depending on the situation. Typically, an in-person or Skype session is the most effective. Most commonly, sessions for children will combine some elements of speaking with spirit guides, light body illumination, space clearing, and, depending on the age of the child, intutitive skills training.


Amaya is the parent of a grown child with special needs, and is able to connect with children of any age, regardless of physical or mental health conditions. For children younger than 12 years of age, or for older children with special needs, it is recommended that the parent be present for the session. For children between 12 and 15 years of age, parent participation is optional. For those between 15 and 18 years of age, an individual session (without parent involvement) is recommended. Learn more about sessions with Amaya here. To book a session for your child, please get in contact so we may discuss your child's situation.



Services for Children

Amaya offers classes on intuitive development for individuals and small groups. Group classes are held once per month, and signups are available at Meetup. These classes are open to anyone over the age of 12 that is able to hold quiet focus for at least 30 minutes, and are donation-based. The suggested donation for minors is $5.


Individual classes are designed to be intensive, for those who have a deep need and commitment to make progress quickly. The classes are customized to the child's individual experience, traditions, and beliefs, in order to not have to relearn things he or she already knows how to do and so that the new skills can be easily incorporated into daily life. Students are given books to read, audio tracks to listen to, writing assignments, and daily practices to make sure that the learning sticks with them long after the class is over. The two-hour classes can be supported with 30-minute check-in sessions as needed to make sure students are staying on track. Each two-hour class is $150, and parents, friends, and/or siblings (up to 7) are welcome to attend as well, for an additional $20 per person.