Fjölskylduland will cooperate with a variety of specialists, organizations, and individuals who can offer therapy, support, and education to families. We are happy to introduce Fjölskyldulands’s first staff members and contributors. Our list is incomplete and we welcome any new contributors who might be interested! If you would like to work with us, please write us an e-mail to


Krisztina G. Agueda is the the founder of Fjölskylduland.

She is a movement therapist who specializes in child motor development. She has been running Hreyfiland – a popular family gym in the capital area – for more than two decades. Hreyfiland offers developmental classes for babies and children from 3 months up to 6 years, as well as targeted therapy for developmentally challenged children.

Hreyfiland gym will continue its operations in Fjölskylduland. It will offer play-based developmental supporting classes for typically developing kids, as well as provide targeted individual therapy for kids who are experiencing developmental delays or who are struggling with unusual behaviors. Additionally, a comprehensive examination of the sensorimotor and cognitive development of children will also be available on request.

Þorpið Tengslasetur - The Village: Community of Connection

The founders of Þorpið Tengslasetur (The Village: Community of connection) and the co-creators community are firm believers in the philosophy “it takes a village to raise a child” and the company was created as a response to a highly stressful environment in our society because of its impact on our children and their families.

Þorpið is a platform that supports secure attachment for families through various events, courses, and individual services that are also online. The services provided in Fjölskylduland will be very diverse but will always involve connection, playfulness, and exploration through many fun topics such as movement, creativity, sensory play, practical tools for engagement of children in daily life, reflection, balance in daily life, and self-development.

Alda Pálsdóttir is the co-founder of Þorpið Tengslasetur and a mama of one. She has worked as an occupational therapist in mental health and with children and is passionate about prevention in early childhood and founded Fyrstu Fimm for that purpose.

Sólveig Kristín Björgólfsdóttir is the co-founder of Þorpið tengslasetur. She has an education in occupational therapy and is passionate about helping people find their purpose. She has two children that are her driving force in building a healthier and happier society.

Sigrún Birna Kristjánsdóttir is a part of the amazing team at Þorpið tengslasetur. She has an ML Law degree and is a Doula student, that has a passion for diving deep into the mysteries that unfold within the process of birth and the postpartum period.


We own the cloth diaper store Cocobutts in Fjölskylduland. We are idealistic women who are guided by the vision of creating a better and more environmentally friendly world for our children.

We help parents start, grow and thrive in cloth diapers. Cocobutts was born on November 28, 2020. Since then, we’ve helped over 500 families start and thrive in cloth diapers, and we’re nowhere near stopping!

Are you up for it?

BOOK A CONSULTATION and come to us at Fjölskylduland!

Léna - Hands-On-Health

My name is Léna and I have lived in Hungry, Holland and now Iceland. I have been learning and practicing Thai Yoga Massage since 2017 with the ITM School for Thai Yoga Massage in Amsterdam ( Holland ) and Chiang Mai ( Thailand). After having spent an apprenticeship in Northern Thailand a couple of years back, in 2020 I became a certified Thai Yoga Massage teacher. I received my certification as Infant Massage Instructor with IAIM (International Association of Infant Massage) in the summer of 2021. I teach in English in my classes. I am looking forward in seeing you in Fjölskyldulandi!  

Markéta Foley is a certified yoga and Qigong teacher, an engineer and a Mom. A natural giver and a juggler of different roles and responsibilities, Markéta personally knows how easy it is to forget one’s own self behind. Her focus at Fjölskylduland is on supporting the adult members of families in including taking care of themsleves in whatever they do. Markéta offers Qigong, yoga, somatics, and mindfulness practices, holding space for the restoration of overspent energises and cultivation of presence. The skills she shares promote warmer, more meaningful connections within families.