Billie has been actively working as a health practitioner since 2003 and together with her sister, Pip, opened Kundalini House in 2006 with the shared vision to create a space where they could both work together, and with others, to help people feel supported on their journey of self-discovery and optimal health.
She began her studies in natural medicine in her early twenties when she concluded that she was too young to be experiencing back pain and felt strongly that she could become a better version of herself if she healed her mind and body.
Her realisation that the body and mind had an innate ability to heal itself with basic attention fuelled her drive to continue her studies. She is a qualified Kinesiologist, Bowen Therapist and is a Kundalini Yoga Teacher and teacher trainer. Billie loves to listen and work directly with the body helping to restore balance plus working directly with the mind and emotions and the psychology of living a life that is meaningful and connected to your own source of happiness.
In her sessions she weaves together her studies of Kinesioloy, Bowen and Yoga Therapy to guide her clients towards better health and a greater awareness of the patterns, habits and behaviours that create dis-ease; stress and trauma.
Area’s Billie loves to work with, but not limited to, are:
- Back & neck pain; TMJ dysfunction
- Anxiety and depression
- Life direction & focus
- Trauma Recovery
- Relationships & communication
- Yoga Therapy
Billie also teaches Kundalini Yoga for the Recovery of Childhood Trauma courses. Click here for more info
BHSc (CM), DipHSc (Acu), DipCCM, CMRB, ATMS
Pip has been practicing Chinese Medicine for over 15 years, finishing her Bachelor of Health Science Acupuncture at the end of 2001 with an internship in Nanning, China. She spent 3 years working in Ireland and 6 months in Malawi, Africa before returning home. She knew she wanted to work in a team environment where clients could be supported to heal in a safe and professional space. So in 2006, with her sister Billie. she opened Kundalini House.
She has since completed a post-graduate course in Canonical Chinese Medicine, which specialises in the application of Clinical Herbal medicine. Pip decided she was going to study Chinese Medicine while sitting on top of a mountain in the Himalayas. After struggling with depression since she was a teenager, she travelled extensively looking for a way to truly heal herself. After having an extraordinary experience with a Tibetan doctor in India, she decided to study the next best thing, Chinese Medicine. She returned to Melbourne where she was lucky enough to meet an Acupuncturist and Qi Gong master, where she finally found her path to real health.
This experience has shaped her interest in clinic and she enjoys helping people with mental/emotional problems such as anxiety, depression or history of trauma. She also has an interest in fertility and pregnancy and is a mother of two beautiful children. She enjoys the diversity of general practice and sees a wide range of problems during clinic.
Body Centred Therapist
Anna has been working as a Body Centred Therapist for over 8 years. Her training has included, Body Transformation (postural integration), counselling, working with trauma, group facilitation, doula Training (birth support), birth education, rebirthing (breathwork) and hypnosis.
Anna came to this work after the birth of her twin boys in 2001. Having had a background in both the corporate and the spiritual worlds her interests and skills came together when she discovered her passion for birth. This sent her on a journey of first becoming a doula (birth attendant), which led her to a deep trust in the body and it’s instinctive capacity to not only birth a baby, but to integrate all life experiences (including traumatic experiences) into a fully connected sense of being alive.
Anna has combined all of her skills into Body Centred Therapy which is a unique blend of somatic therapy and counselling.
Anna’s particular strength and skills lie in enabling people to learn how to deeply connect with their body, to listen to their body and psyche’s messages with deep compassion. She believes that when we are connected to ourselves in a loving way, we connect with nature and others in a loving way. From here love, healing and change are natural outcomes.
Book a treatment by contacting Anna – 0408 954 120 –firstname.lastname@example.org or call the clinic – 9482 4325. www.annapapadakis.com.au
Beth is a qualified Naturopath, combining intuitive healing with Medical Herbalism, Nutrition, Pathology, Iridology and Flower Essences forming a degree in Health Sciences and is currently completing a Diploma in Neuroenergetic Kinesiology.
Beth is passionate about combining an in-depth understanding of how our body functions and how this is a constant response to how we process emotions, memories, lifestyle, food, environmental factors and inherited genetic patterns. Beth believes that by using the above health tools, Naturopathy can enable us to make an incredibly positive impact on how we feel and move through each day.
Beth has travelled extensively, working in diverse fields and cultures; witnessing that she was constantly repeating the same emotional responses in particular situations and how her health overtime began to dictate how she was living. It was through studying Naturopathy and now Kinesiology that she has a deeper understanding about why this is so and how to support, nourish and change these cycles in the body and mind.
“We are more than our blood and tissue with a mechanical heart; we are a culmination of our love, our pain, our knowledge and our experiences. How this is expressed symptomatically in our body is the tip of the iceburg”.
Beth has experience in working with a wide range of health problems that range from incessant colds to complex autoimmune, hormonal and digestive conditions. Beth is passionate about respecting and understanding each person’s unique health picture, from all ages and backgrounds.
Celeste is a passionate Massage Therapist who working at Kundalini House since July 2019. She has been practicing within a Chinese Medicine clinic for 2 years, while continuing to add to her skills training in Zen Thai Shiatsu and Remedial Therapy. Her caring nature is evident in her touch while using her knowledge of the bodies anatomy and biomechanics making sure the treatment is fitted to you.
Celeste’s philosophy on life is to lead with your heart, like Hermman Hesse said “You know quite well, deep within, there is only a single magic, a single power, a single salvation, and that is called the loving.”
She is passionate about Body-work therapy (giving and receiving), the way it facilitates balance and harmony, taking away unnecessary thoughts and dramas. Celeste says “Through Zen Thai Shiatsu I have been practicing a deeper listening, being present in the moment and creating space for a collaboration of healing. My love for movement runs through my veins, as it fills my cup of joy. I balance myself using this expression of dance as well as yoga techniques also recognising the need for stillness and breath. I love doing DYI projects in the name of ‘recycle, reuse, reduce’ and will spend any spare moments caring for the plants I have at home.”
Celeste’s specialties lie in Deep Tissue-Relaxation massage, with joint mobilisation and trigger point therapy when needed. She also has a lot of experience treating women during their Pregnancy and providing postnatal care treatment too.
Please note Celeste currently does not provide Health care rebates.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Diploma in Remedial Massage
Grace has a Diploma in Remedial Massage and is currently studying for a Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy. She has been working as a spa massage therapist for the last year and is excited to expand her practice into a clinical setting. In addition to her permanent role, her work has taken her to sports events, corporate jobs and music festivals – this is just one of the many reasons that she loves doing Massage; no two days are the same and she gets the chance to connect with people from all walks of life.
Originally from the UK, Grace came to Australia to travel in 2016, after graduating from University with a degree in Creative Writing. She immediately fell in love with the laid back vibe and health conscious lifestyle, and had the serendipitous realisation that a career in health and wellness was better aligned with her values and interests. She followed her instincts and soon began studying Massage Therapy, which she loved from day one. As a naturally caring and empathic individual, holding space for people to heal, both physically and emotionally, is the most rewarding part of the job.
Grace’s philosophy for health and happiness is focused on utilising the abundant healing power of nature and reconnecting with our bodies. The body itself is a miraculous healer, and Grace believes that when it is given the help it needs, it can really thrive. She is passionate about staying active; regularly practicing yoga and challenging herself with training for long distance runs and using natural therapies, meditation and self-reflective practices to continue her own journey towards health.
Her treatment style combines effective and targeted remedial techniques with her relaxing, deep and intuitive style, working with intention for each individual. Her goal is to ensure clients not only feel nurtured while they are on the table, but also supported in establishing a self-care routine for lasting results between treatments.
Rebates may apply, please check with reception for your health cover.
Dip. Clinical Hypno
Jane Johnston studied a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy and has been practicing for over a decade. Jane wrote a thesis on the Science behind Meditation, while studying Yoga Teaching and she has also studied and practiced Buddhist Meditation, Transcendental meditation, Guided meditation, Kundalini meditation and has an interest in Mindfulness practices and many forms of relaxation therapy. Jane has also studied and worked with Guided Breath work practices and Yoga Nidra.
After teaching Hatha, Kundalini Yoga and meditation for several years and enjoying teaching deep relaxation therapy and stress management techniques Jane came to study the modality Clinical Hypnotherapy.
Jane works with scripts and the guiding principles of the Australian Clinical Hypnotherapy Association and from Maggie Wilde and Dr Rick Collingwood PHD, two of Australia’s leading and internationally renowned Hypnotherapists. Jane also studied the Mongan method of Hypno-birthing and teaches the simple, effective practice of Breathing, Self Relaxation, Visualisation and Endorphin triggers for a safe comfortable birthing experience. She has helped dozens of couples feel more empowered, confident and enjoy a more comfortable and healthy birth.
Jane has successfully worked with many corporate groups, including Ligeti Partners Lawyers, Sparky Helmore, ACCC and the N.A.B bank. She has looked after a wide variety of presenting conditions including stress related conditions, depression, anxiety, weight loss, smoking, fears and phobias. Clinical hypnotherapy was a natural evolution from teaching Yoga, Meditation and relaxation therapies.
Jane’s philosophy is that the storage of memory, behaviour patterns and belief systems is holistic in our mind and body. We can open, connect and invite change with the deep mind/body relaxation of Hypnotherapy. Here habits, unwanted behaviours, and fears can be released and new patterns and positive changes made for better health and happiness. Her warmth, compassion and motivational success encourages people to easily create positive healthy change and fully realise their potential.
With a warm and healing energy, Jane is deeply compassionate and committed to empowering her clients to improve their lives and discover their inner potential. Whatever it is you try to change through your own positive affirmation can be powerfully enhanced, magnified and multiplied through Hypnotherapy so you see results quickly.
To book an appointment with Jane, please call 0417 545 475.
Doctor of Philosophy, Dip Remedial Massage, Cert IV Massage Therapy, Cert Pregnancy Massage, Cert Reiki
Massage has always been part of my life. I remember massaging my mums’ shoulders when she came home from the hospital where she worked as a nurse back in Germany. Five years ago, I decided to turn my passion for therapeutic touch into a profession. I completed my Certificate IV in Massage Therapy at the Holistic Education College and later a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy at the Melbourne Institute of Massage and Myotherapy.
I am very happy to see clients across all gender identities and thrive to offer a treatment that nurtures and acknowledges the whole person – including body, mind, spirit and emotions. I am especially trained for and interested in Women’s health and enjoy supporting women during adolescence, pregnancy, motherhood, carrier, menopause and retirement.
An integral element of my practice is to create a safe, warm and caring atmosphere that allows clients to leave the activities of the day behind and immerse themselves into a relaxing experience. The massage itself is a time for mindfulness and meditation in order to achieve a calm and deeply relaxing state of mind. If there is a need to focus on specific symptoms, the treatment can also be interactive and might include recommendations for positive lifestyle changes. I believe it is important to tailor every appointment to the specific needs of my clients and offer the best service I am able to provide.
I came to this modality as I felt the urge to counteract our stressful lifestyles and to make a contribution to a health care system where touch is often under-utilised. I truly believe that massage is an important and often overlooked therapy – and especially helpful for people who deal with chronic pain, trauma, depression and anxiety.
At times of great distress or illness, massage may be too intense, which is why I started to include Reiki – sometimes combined with breathing exercises and spoken meditation – into my practice. My vision is to see a shift in how massage and other valuable complementary health practices are viewed, as I truly believe they should be an integrated module of public health care, rather than separate from it.
Kundalini House is a place close to my heart. It is where I experienced my first pregnancy/ postnatal yoga and meditation classes several years ago. I have always loved the energy of the space and I am very grateful and happy to be working here.
I am passionate about creating a holistic treatment that supports clients throughout their life and really enjoy serving and accompanying them on their health journey on a regular basis. The regularity can help to create a long-term habit change to pause and take care for oneself.
Psychotherapist & Counsellor
Lee is an accomplished psychotherapist and counsellor who is committed to creating a safe and dynamic environment that supports therapeutic change.
An emotionally-attuned, warm and insightful practitioner, she works collaboratively with her clients to help them achieve greater self-awareness and move towards their goals.
Lee brings a depth of life experience, compassion and humour to her work.For the past 20 years, she has worked in the fields of counselling and mental health across the private, community and corporate sectors.
A practitioner of Gestalt Therapy, she believes change comes through recognition and understanding of our own life experience and the environment around us. Her approach is based on the latest advances in working with trauma, therapeutic change and neuroplasticity, and in particular how compassion and gratitude can be used to rewire the brain.
She works with individuals, families and teens to achieve a range of desired outcomes, including in the areas of personal growth, parenting and family dynamics, and trauma.
Having studied with Relationships Australia, Lee also works with couples who want to resolve relationship challenges to create secure and loving connections. As a first-time mum in her late 40s, she understands first hand the joys and trials of raising a clever, headstrong child while maintaining a long-term relationship.
A regular practitioner of mindfulness and Buddhism, Lee views her life on earth as a blessing and sees herself as a lifelong student of learning and personal growth.
Bachelor of Arts
Advanced Diploma, Gestalt Psychotherapy
The Richards Trauma Process TRTP
Specialist Course in Couples Therapy & Clinical Internship, Relationships Australia
Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia Member, No. 25280
Book an appointment by calling Lee on 0491 638 124.
Acupuncturist & Chinese Medicine
Leela is a graduate of the Southern School of Natural Therapies and holds a Bachelor of Health Science (Chinese Medicine). She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as well as the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).
For the last ten years she has also worked as a Shiatsu practitioner. She studied with the European School of Shiatsu and with Bill Palmer (Movement Shiatsu Post-graduate course) in the UK. She was an Assistant teacher at the European School of Shiatsu and is a qualified Reflexologist and Reiki Master.
She was first introduced to the path of Chinese medicine whilst working as an Assistant Producer and Camera Operator in the British Television and Film industry. “A friend of mine suggested to have Chinese medicine treatments to balance my stressful lifestyle and help with depression that I was experiencing at the time. I will always remember my first treatment, which was like light bulbs going off in my body and mind. I was so taken with my first experience that I decided to study shiatsu and Chinese medicine. Whilst studying I discovered meditation, Buddhism and a new, far healthier, way of being.”
Leela’s treatments often combine bodywork with acupuncture, and ancillary techniques such as moxibustion, cupping, gua sha (scraping), as well as diet & lifestyle suggestions.
Leela has a special interest in psycho-emotional disorders such as anxiety and depression, insomnia, Women’s Health (e.g. pregnancy, menopause, period pain), gastrointestinal concerns as well as autoimmune conditions.
Over the last year Leela has also been a volunteer acupuncturist at Windana, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in St Kilda.
She is passionate about yoga, meditation, photography and travel and is involved with the Buddhist Community at the Melbourne Buddhist Centre in Brunswick.
Acupuncturist & Chinese Medicine
I came into this beautiful medicine of healing, after having a background working outdoors with nature. I travelled at a young age and learnt on my adventures that the power of touch, listening, support and guidance are essential to human beings’ health harmony. When I returned home I delved into studying nutrition, along with various styles of massage. After indulging in energetic work, remedial and Ayurveda styles, I found Tui na; a Chinese medical massage. This modality is one of the pillars of Chinese medicine practice. As I immersed myself in the philosophy and psychology of Chinese medicine theory, the harmony and balance made sense, the theory resonated so strongly with my internal beliefs. So the next step was to master acupuncture, and tune into a flow of a different energetic frequency. I appreciate the simplicity yet there is so much complexity in the art of acupuncture, I know I will be a forever student. I have been a practitioner for more than 12 years now, always passionate about learning and integration.
I always knew that I wanted to integrate food as medicine into my work and my life philosophy, it’s the foundation of health, a way we nurture, heal and sometimes hurt ourselves. The psychology of food fascinates me. Dietary support is a foundation of my treatment plans, tailored to individual requirements, under both a Chinese food therapy and a modern nutrition context. I love food, I find so much joy experimenting in the kitchen with different cuisines, home grown produce from my garden, herbs, spices and flavours. I am always happy discuss the most recent food creation and the latest research on food science.
I maintain myself in a happy health state by waking daily with a breath of gratitude, especially when the sun is shining, I move my body whether it’s a bike ride, a yoga session or soul filled dance, I devour delicious food that my body is craving and enjoy the pleasures of music, entertainment and laughter. I also very much love my work/life role.
I take great pleasure in treating all conditions that are needing support, especially digestive complaints, hormonal issues, fertility support and emotional guidance. I weave into my treatments, acupuncture, bodywork, classical Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition advice with diagnostic lab testing.
HSc Osteo, BAppSc Osteo
As a teenager, I suffered a back injury after a bad fall. As I did not seek appropriate treatment, it progressively worsened. It was at this point that I was referred off to an osteopath who, by combining their holistic approach and a wealth of knowledge, was able to assist me in overcoming this injury. This revolutionised the view I had on alternative health medicine.
After five years of rigorous study, I have completed a double degree of Health and Applied Science, Osteopathy, graduating from RMIT University in 2017. I am also qualified in yoga teaching, myofascial dry needling and cupping techniques and am currently in the process of completing a course to enhance my knowledge and treatment of the obstetrical patient.
During my hours in the student clinic, it became increasingly evident how passionate I was about the combination of different interventions to assist in the prevention of injury. This led me to travel to Japan to study yoga and return with the tools that I sought after to complement my osteopathic practice. These modalities combined now allow me to structure a comprehensive treatment and management plan.
My interest in the areas of women’s and children’s health, overcoming chronic pain, sporting injuries and general stress associated musculoskeletal complaints were further emphasised during my placement and observational hours of practitioners’ interstate.
Sessions with me consist of thorough examination, locating and isolating the source of one’s pain, which guide a personalised treatment. A combination of controlled breathing, direct and indirect techniques will be used to build an appropriate treatment protocol.
In my spare time I enjoy practising and teaching yoga and mindfulness meditation, travelling, cycling and hiking with friends, and further developing my practice by reading and researching the most current body of evidence.
BTCM (SITCM), DipCCM, Adv.Cert.InternalMedAcu (China), CMBA, ANTA
Nicola graduated from the 5-year full time Bachelor course at the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has undertaken official internships with two of Sydney’s most renowned physicians. She has spent 4 years as an intern of Daniel Deng and 3 years as an intern of David White, which has provided her with valuable experience in treating a vast array of conditions. As part of her studies Nicola spent time as an intern in the Guangzhou City Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China where she trained in the dermatology, paediatrics, gynaecology, oncology and internal medicine departments.
From a young age Nicola has had an interest in how plant medicine and massage worked to heal the body and would spend her spare time reading about anatomy and herbal medicine. Nicola discovered Traditional Chinese Medicine while living and working in the Netherlands. She took the leap and enrolled for the first semester and during the first lecture found herself passionately enthralled wanting to know more. Nicola realised it was the system of medicine she had been looking to study for many years. From the outset, Nicola found a deep appreciation for the guidance of classical texts of Chinese medicine and has spent much time devoted to understanding and studying these vital texts to further her knowledge and understanding of the human body, nature and their interactions.
Nicola believes that helping and supporting one another on our individual journeys is one of life’s most rewarding values. Nicola understands that life is experienced so differently by each individual and living from a place of open heartedness is vital to stay true to ones self. She feels that part of a meaningful life are the gifts we can bring to each person we encounter.
Nicola is passionate about Classical Chinese medicine and spends may hours of her free time studying the ancient classical texts of the Han Dynasty to better her knowledge of the medicine. Nicola also loves to create fibre art (Knitting, spinning, crocheting and quilting if you are wondering) and to spend time nurturing her garden, which is full of fruit trees, flowers and herbs.
Nicola enjoys general practice and has had specialised training in gynaecology and fertility, complex chronic and autoimmune diseases, cancer support and musculoskeletal conditions. Nicola understands that no two people are the same and works diligently to tailor treatments to your individual and specific needs, with a focus on prevention and dietary understanding. Her goal is to create a partnership in a patient’s healthcare in which the individual must truly feel that they play an important role on their path to good health.
Shamanic Journeying Therapist
Rachel personally trained with Raymond Richards “the urban shaman’ in 2010 as a Crystal Dreaming™ practitioner and completed post graduate study in 2011. She was invited to train as an advanced practitioner in 2011, and in 2014 she was initiated, attuned and certified as a Crystal Dreaming Teacher Trainer. Rachel brings exuberant passion, spiritual prowess and deep insight into her practice as a Crystal Dreaming therapist.
Rachel assists Raym in his trainings when held in Melbourne and continues to apprentice and seek regular counsel from her teacher, who she considers a living treasure with a heart of gold.
On her journey, Rachel was initiated as Quechuan Shaman in Peru in 2008. Since 2009 she has trained with Crystal Dreaming founder Raym Richards.
Rebecca Van Horssen
Rebecca Van Horssen
BHSc (Naturopathy), Cert IV Kinesiology, Mem.NHAA
Rebecca is a Naturopath & Kinesiologist by trade, and a healer, witch and magic-maker by heart. Currently she is practicing clinically with individual clients, as well as holding space for Women’s Circles and a range of different workshops. By combining her esoteric training with the grounded application of Natural Medicine, Rebecca’s range of skills allows for a deep healing of the physical body, emotional body, and spirit ro unfold. This truly holistic approach can facilitate supporting the body through difficult disease states or symptoms, while concurrently walking the pathways of self-healing, knowing, and understanding.
Weaving together the many elements of her training such as folk & traditional herbalism, food as medicine, the tarot, and shamanic techniques, Rebecca is a deeply intuitive practitioner and facilitator with a focus on soul-centred healing, transformation and growth. Rebecca is especially passionate about empowering women to reclaim their most authentic, true, and aligned version of themselves through deeper understanding of their soul path, menstruality, and intuitive selves. Rewilding the menstrual cycle and challenging the pathologisation of menstruation is a key part of Rebecca’s clinical and wider work, and she often works with women experiencing challenging cycles or difficulties conceiving in a way that is gentle, nourishing and liberating.
Rebecca has been practicing clinically for over 5 years. She holds a Bachelor in Health Science (Naturopathy), a Cert IV in Kinesiology, is a member with the NHAA, and is an Apprentice with the School of Shamanic Womancraft. Rebecca runs her own business making herbal and ritual medicines called Remedy Botanica, and has been reading the Tarot for 20 years since finding her Grandmother’s tarot deck when she was 14.
Rebecca also works with a wide range of men’s and women’s health conditions in clinic such as fatigue and insomnia, mental health such as depression, anxiety and PTSD, digestive dysfunction, recurring immunity problems, and chronic illness or pain.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Diploma in Remedial Massage Therapy
Roza is a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist who is driven and passionate about helping people to recover, heal and relax. Roza completed a yoga teacher training in India where she learned a great deal about the mind-body connection. It was during this training, where she received Ayurvedic massage treatments that sparked her interest in becoming a massage therapist.
Roza has been interested in massage therapy from a young age. Being able to use her hands to help assist the body to heal and bring relief is something that brings her personally a lot of happiness and is as cathartic for her as much as it is for her clients.
Roza is an enthusiastic, empathic and compassionate therapist committed to the wellbeing and long-term recovery of her clients. She firmly believe it’s important to listen to her client’s needs and seeks to adapt her practice to the individualised needs of each person.
Roza’s aim is to relieve pain, improve posture, and reduce stress using various techniques and corrective exercises. The techniques used depends on what the client is presenting with and can include but not limited to soft tissue manipulation, deep tissue work, trigger point therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, joint mobilisations and stretching techniques. Her skill-set is constantly expanding, and she will always endeavour use the most efficient, physiologically sound, and proven methods for treatment.
Rebates may apply, please check with reception for your health cover.
Registering as a psychologist in 2000, Sara holds a Master of Psychology (Counselling) degree from Monash University as well as a combined Bachelor of Arts (Hons Psych)/Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne. She has worked in a range of settings including the tertiary sector, the drug and alcohol field, community-based organisations and in private practice. Sara has also provided mentoring and corporate writing and editing services to leadership staff and managers in local government and the not-for profit sector. For a number of years Sara held the positions of Victorian Coordinator Psychologists for Peace Interest Group (Australian Psychological Society) and Editor of Peace News. She has had her work published in both international and national magazines, and has delivered presentations on peace both in Jerusalem and Melbourne. Sara has completed modules in Advanced Shamanic Practice Training through the Spirit of the Earth Medicine Society, and has also undertaken training in a range of other modalities including Focusing, Internal Family Systems, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, Havening, Thought Field Therapy, Sound Healing and Bach Flower Remedies. Grounded in heartful practice, she offers transpersonal and holistic counselling as well as other services including psychosynthesis-informed aspect therapy, psycho-spiritual practices, Australian Medicine Dreaming Wheel meditation, Bach Flower Remedies and consciousness and heart resonance technologies. Sara’s practice has been influenced by a wide-range of psychological, philosophical and spiritual traditions including the works of Roberto Assagioli, James Hillman, William James, Robert Sardello, Rudolf Steiner, Dr Rafael Locke (founder of the Spirit of the Earth Medicine Society) and the HeartMath Institute.
To make an appointment, please contact Sara directly on 0438 332 115 or via email email@example.com
Medicare and private health insurance rebates may apply.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy
Sarah is a qualified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, registered with the Pacific Association of Craniosacral Therapists (PACT).
Sarah’s extraordinary path has taken her across the globe to learn about tea culture and ceremony – leading her to become Australia’s first female tea sommelier – and then on to studying traditional herbalism and apprenticing with the ‘Grandmother of Herbalism’ Rosemary Gladstar in the United States.
A chronic fatigue healing crisis catapulted Sarah into a healing journey that connected her to the natural healing powers of the earth and the potency of deep stillness practices. Introduced to biodynamic craniosacral therapy by the same friend who had set her on her tea adventure nearly a decade before, Sarah was blown away by its profound depth and subtlety and its reorientation of the system towards the natural state of health. Craniosacral therapy turned out to be the key turning point in returning Sarah to good health.
Sarah’s own healing journey has gifted her with a deep compassion and empathy for the challenges experienced by her clients. With her natural capacity for presence and deep attunement to nature and to humanity, Sarah believes craniosacral chose her as a true calling. In her sessions, Sarah brings the fullness of her life experience, which includes holding a sacred space for grief and healing and supporting people through difficult life transitions with reverence, compassion and loving-kindness.
Areas Sarah loves to work with, but not limited to, are:
- Stress and anxiety
- Sleeping challenges
- Chronic Illness
- Life transitions
- Trauma recovery
Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
BAppSc (Chinese Med/Human Biology), BAppSc (Phys Ed), AHPRA, AACMA
Sarina graduated from RMIT in 2006 with a double degree in Chinese Medicine and Human Biology. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and also the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).
Over the last 12 years Sarina has gained a lot of experience working with many individuals and couples in the area of fertility, IVF support and pregnancy. It brings her great joy to be able to assist and support amazing people on their journeys using Chinese Medicine.
Sarina first came across Chinese Medicine in her late teens in search of answers to some digestive problems she was having at the time. A family friend was a Chinese Medicine practitioner and through these treatments Sarina discovered this fascinating modality. Sarina discovered its holistic approach to healing the body whilst treating the root cause and has not looked back.
Sarina’s treatments involve Acupuncture and often cupping and moxibustion. She may prescribe Chinese herbs where required alongside any diet and lifestyle advice.
Sarina loves working with but not limited to:
- IVF support for individuals and couples
- Pregnancy, birth preparation and the postnatal period
She is passionate about running, cooking up a storm using delicious fresh ingredients, tending to her garden to watch it bloom and spending time with her young family.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Dip. Kinesiology, Dip. Remedial Massage, Cert level 1-3 Craniosacral therapy
Tina has a Diploma in Remedial Massage and a Diploma in Kinesiology with training in Craniosacral therapy and currently completing a Diploma in Counselling. Tina has 8 years experience in Kinesiology that then lead her to Remedial massage of which she has been practicing for 5 years.
Tina is also a teacher in Kinesiology and Remedial massage and finds sharing her knowledge with her students extremely rewarding. Tina came to Kinesiology through her own personal difficulties and was able to improve her life, which in turn made her want to be able to help others through the roller coaster of life, help facilitate change and become aware of old patterns that can get in the way. This then lead her to massage, as she found that emotional issues also caused physical pain… healing through touch.
Her philosophy on health and emotional wellbeing is that if we can bring awareness to how we feel then half the work is done. To be present with our feeling, to have a space to be with these feelings will allow for change.
Tina is passionate about her work, always wanting to learn more, which now brings her to a Diploma in Counselling. Tina is now introducing her counselling skills to Kinesiology and finding this to be very effective and powerful.
Tina specialises in working with how we feel, recognising our story and our patterns but staying in the present moment with awareness of our feelings, using this awareness in our emotions and also our physical body. Through massage, touch can help bring awareness back into the physical body, because of our busy and stressful lives we can disconnect from our emotional and physical body, Tina works with reconnecting, feeling and awareness.
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