I respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin nation.  I pay respect to elders past, present and emerging and to the profound wisdom and beauty of the land that holds, sustains and homes us.

As a therapist and facilitator, my intention is to meet you exactly as you are in a safe, supportive, trauma informed, impartial space and to share resources and techniques to enable you to connect with yourself, your body, your health and to balance within and without. Welcome home. 


My values as a therapist and facilitator are mutual respect and non judgement. In our sessions there is no imposition, we work together establishing your concerns and intentions and meeting you exactly as you are.  A variety of techniques and practices are tailored to you providing a supportive hand with wisdom and experience to meet, resource and facilitate reorganisation of any concerns you are encountering. The modalities I offer, I continue to explore in my personal journey and have found them invaluable in navigating life and challenges from traumatic events, grief and loss, pain and injury to a deep felt sense of understanding of myself.   


Thaedra Frangos is a registered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, Senior Yoga Teacher, Meditation Instructor, registered Wayapa Wuurrk© (earth mindfulness) facilitator, mother and dancer.  Thaedra is inspired by lived experience and extensive explorations of the body through movement, dance, feeling, nature, yoga, somatic meditation, Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy, ongoing research, Indigenous healing wisdom and embodied mindfulness. Thaedra’s unique approach is to support clients with tailored skills and resources drawing on various modalities and to encourage health to shine through. 

Thaedra is known for her ability to hold a generous, safe, compassionate and impartial space for clients to feel and explore what is going on at a deep level resulting in greater access to health. Thaedra’s treatments encompass consideration of the whole person and invoke a feeling of being held, supported and listened to inspiring trust in the wisdom of the body and our innate healing power.

Prior to working in the healing arts, Thaedra developed skills in deep listening and holding space while working as a lawyer facilitating complaint resolution, policy, research and outreach for the Ombudsman, Privacy Commissioner, Aboriginal Affairs. Thaedra has facilitated yoga in diverse settings since 2009 including teaching pre and post natal yoga and has been practicing as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist since 2016 and Wayapa Wuurkk® facilitator since 2018. Thaedra has worked with clients of all ages and stages including babies and children, in all aspects, as well as exploring emotions and trauma and supporting clients to connect to their core and resource to their health and inner wisdom invoking healing.


2018 - Accredited Wayapa© Practitioner (Wayapa Wuurrk©, June, 2018)

2017 – Post Grad Working with Mothers, Babies and Children (Body Intelligence)

2017 – Post Grad Pain is Really Strange (Steve Haines, Body Intelligence)

2016 - Registered Biodynamic Craniosacral therapist (Body Intelligence, 2 year Diploma)

2016 – Awakening the Body 10 week meditation course (Dharma Ocean)

2014 – Touching Enlightenment: Introduction to Meditating with the Body (Dharma Ocean)

2013 – Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga (Yoga Synergy, Sydney)

2011 – Chandra Krama (Moon Sequence) Certification (Matthew Sweeney – Yoga Temple)

2010 – Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teacher Training (Australian Yoga Academy)

1996 - BA/LLB (Deakin University)