Aida Coertse fled her country and a forced marriage to start a new life in SA.
Born and raised in Iran, Aida was forced into marriage at the age of 13, as was tradition in her country. By 18, she had already had 3 children and was had to leave her schooling for after hours. In order to leave the country, she had to become a translator but wanted to practice clairvoyance which was punishable by death in Iran.
She was able to leave the country, move to South Africa and bring all of her children with her over time and has worked with some of the country's most influential and powerful people. Her line of work is very much focused on empowering women and helping them to claim back their authentic power.