Balancing and relaxing movement practice

Today I felt a lot of grief and sadness, this movement practice is for you as inspiration to support you to connect with your body and relax. Take at your own pace and working only to your ability. If you’re breath becomes laboured, discontinue. Be comfortable throughout, enjoy here.

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Pristine nature of healing

In healing there is always that pristine moment, where the realization, like a pin drop in a silent hall, a gasp of awe, comes the awareness in its pure and vibrant simplicity, the understanding of what actually is. The ideas and stories the mind tells suddenly wash away, though they have been eroded slowly with each step unfolding in beautiful synchronicity with the ability to handle what is being unraveled.  

We do not realize something with our mind alone -  the rationality far too banal to compute the depth of realization.  The delicate and profound balance holds us in homeostasis, we seek and we gather but we realize when we are able, when it is essential to our growth and power.

Trusting, trusting but actually, more a knowing. Like staring at the sky filled with stars, a flicker then a falling star, make a wish, it is true. She holds us in her beautiful way and she is all knowing. There is no wisdom escaping her gaze.  We cannot fast track it, we follow the path and take the lead from the guide wire of our navel.  It travels, from the depths of the womb and into the depths of the foremothers, the knowledge and integration of wisdom. The be all and end all, the is. The life.  

Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy demonstration

A few months ago I was invited by the Pastoral health care network to facilitate at their monthly Virtual Pamper Day. In this video you will see a live demonstration of my work as a biodynamic Craniosacral therapist and at the end, some introductory information about Wayapa Wuurrk®️ Earth mindfulness. Book your biodynamic Craniosacral therapy session here.

Geelong arts centre creative learning program contribution

I recently shared my personal story of connection with my Aboriginality and a guided sensory meditation via the Geelong arts centre creative learning platform. Access is free here

'Let's speak about Freedom' - Letters project with Resa Tela Films

I'd love to share with you a letter collaboration with Zohie at Resa Tela Films

'Let's speak about Freedom' available here. Subscribe to Resa Tela to keep updated about this gorgeous project.

Why yoga needs Wayapa

I contributed to an article published in Yoga Australia about Why yoga needs Wayapa. You can download the article here and it’s from page 30. You can learn Wayapa with me here. You can also check out Yoga Australia’s reciprocity action plan here.

Let’s talk about hygiene

Ok so this is not a post about hand washing, we are all across that especially right now hey:) Of course, we are also all over our dental hygiene, basic hygiene etc- we have no arguments about its necessity. So what about mental hygiene? Here we have our brain that is constantly filtering, assessing, reasoning, responding, reacting, interacting and how often do we pay attention to it? I first heard the term ‘mental hygiene’ when listening to an interview by Krista Tippett with neuroscientist Richard Davidson on the brilliant On Being podcast. He says “we envision a time when we will recognize that our minds are just as important as our teeth and — I suspect there are no dentists in the audience — probably more important than our teeth. Doing simple mental exercise in the same way that we do physical exercise, I think, will be recognized as really an urgent public health need.” This is where biodynamic Craniosacral therapy comes in. It is a gentle therapy that empowers  mindfulness of the body enabling the mind to clear out and update its ‘files’. Its a premium way of attending to our mental hygiene and supporting our optimal health and wellbeing. Book your session here.