Dr François Bouchard, N.D., D.C., A.P.
Doctor of Chiropratic
Bachelor of Science in sciences
François has always been interested in the root causes of people and things. When the time came to choose a profession, his attraction to exact science and human relationships naturally opened the door to the field of medicine.
After studying medical biology at the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières (Canada), he went on to study chiropractic in the United States. He then graduated from the Logan College of Chiropractic in Missouri, where he earned a Bachelor of Science as well as his doctor of chiropractic degree.
It was on returning to Quebec that he discovered the extraordinary philosophy of the Universe/City Mikaël (UCM) Teaching & Research Center on emotional intelligence (EQ), and the symbolic language of dreams and signs. From the first moments, he discovered this teaching as if it were a rendezvous that had been planned for a long time.
After several years of intense study of EQ with his patients in the clinic, and through transformative work on himself via dreams and symbols, his dreams pointed him toward a new path. He and his wife Denise Fredette joined the UCM team as professors, and together they wrote and published ANGELICA YOGA Volumes 1 & 2. These two books on Angelica Yoga have become reference sources based on Kaya & Christiane Muller's studies and research, which promotes flourishing health on all levels—physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual—and opens the consciousness to EQ, parallel worlds, dreams, signs and symbolic language.
After several years of teaching and giving workshops on Angelica Yoga in Canada and Europe, François continued his work by introducing a new path toward physical and metaphysical well-being: Angelica Pratica. In 2010, he and Denise cofounded the Angelica Pratica Clinic with Kaya & Christiane Muller, which he now directs. Every year, the Clinic welcomes hundreds of patients from all over the world. He is currently writing several new books on Angelica Pratica, including a dictionary of symbols of the human body, and directs a work team of several dozens of people, including doctors, nurses, therapists, etc.