I offer guidance in accessing and developing your resources on a physical level with Craniosacral Therapy, an emotional and mental level with Integral Coaching, on a psychic level with Meditation, Yoga, Mantra and Pranayama, and on a spiritual level with guided Nature Activities and Visualisations.
Craniosacral Therapy is an anatomical modality that works directly with the central nervous system to awaken your system’s deep healing intelligence.
Using light-touch palpation techniques, I re-orientate your body’s innate ability to reveal the trapped forces that underlie and drive trauma and dis-ease.
Press the Sacred Pause button on your daily life: book a half-day retreat with me to reset your nervous system and bring your focus back to presence. Learn tools for when you’re feeling rundown or overwhelmed or when you need a recalibration. Make this a weekly or monthly ritual.
Our personalised one-on-one Nature Therapy session can involve physically traversing mountain paths with Meditation and Movement. It can also be an emotional or mental pilgrimage that doesn’t require you to leave my therapy room.
It’s tailor-made to your unique path and process.
Integral Coaching is a unique holistic approach that works with body, mind and soul to discover those things you already are so you can rediscover your connection with yourself and the unique medicine you were born to gift to the world.
Whole is not perfect; whole is integrated.
One-on-one online or in-person session clears away the physical, emotional, mental and psychic sludge to tune into your capacity for holistic wellbeing.
Book a 8-week Foundational Meditation Training Program with me and get certified through Meditation Alliance International, affiliated with YAI.
Working above and below, held in safety and healing, the body is taken through a sequence of movements specially designed to bring flexibility and fluidity to your spine. Water Therapy (OBA) provides the capacity to work with vagal tone and can ease chronic pain and release emotional tensions.
It’s not about never getting injured physically, emotionally, mentally, psychically or spiritually but feeling the pain of the wound and using this as the map to navigate back to balance and healing. The goal is not necessarily to eradicate all dis-ease but to find and develop those inherent resources that we can use to cue our sense of safety within the dis-ease. I help you optimise your resources on a physical level with Craniosacral Therapy, an emotional and mental level with Coaching, on a psychic level with Yoga, Mantra and Meditation, and on a spiritual level with guided Nature Activities and Visualisations.
50-HOUR CERTIFICATION TRAINING IN INTEGRAL DYNAMIC MEDITATION
EMAIL ME AT WELLWORTHBEING@GMAIL.COM IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE THE BASIC TRAINING IN THIS TRANSFORMATIONAL TECHNIQUE.
CLASSES WILL TAKE PLACE WEEKLY OVER 8 WEEKS WITH YOUR OWN COMMITTED AND SUPPORTED PRACTICE BETWEEN CLASSES.
CERTIFICATION IS PROVIDED BY MEDITATION ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL AND IS AFFILIATED WITH YOGA ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL
JOIN A CLASS OR BOOK PRIVATE TRAINING BETWEEN APRIL AND JUNE AND PAY 50% OF COURSE FEES
Life is a solitary journey we cannot do alone.
I have a psychology, finance, consulting, philosophy and social work background, therefore I use a wide range of modalities and skills to optimise your wellness process, showing up with the accumulation of my life to better walk with you through the next part of yours.
In-between studying Developmental Psychology in my 20s and Functional Craniosacral Practitioner in my 40s, I have worked in Investment Banking, Human Resources, Consulting, NGOs (grief counselling and literacy programs), Social Development, Social Entrepreneurship, Writing (published a book and blog) and Mentoring. I have studied Psychic Development and I am ongoing student of Jung Psychology and Vedanta, fascinated by the overlay and the interplay of the ancient and the modern, mythological and scientific. I am a qualified Integral Coach (UCT Graduate School of Business) and also a 500-hour certified teacher of TIME Meditation and Transformational Yoga (SriMa International School of Yoga).
Wellness isn’t about never getting ill or injured but about feeling the physical, emotional, mental, psychic or spiritual pain of the wound and using this as the map to navigate back to balance and healing – to find and develop those inherent resources to cue your sense of safety within the dis-ease.
No one can become who they need to be by remaining who they are.
Summary of Costs
- I work with you for one and a half hours with Craniosacral Therapy ZAR 1,100
- I work with you for two hours combining Craniosacral Therapy with required/requested developmental work ZAR 1,500
- Retreat for a half-day bespoke one-on-one guidance and honouring of your unique pathway and purpose ZAR 2,500 for approximately 3 hours – we make this all about you and how best to utilise the time
- With children I work for up to one hour ZAR 850
- Drop-in treatments of one hour can be booked after several months of committed therapies ZAR 850
- Integral Coaching sessions in person or online from ZAR 1,250 – ZAR 1,500 per appointment, depending on length of appointments and contracted program length (agreed upon in enrolment session)
- Join me for Dynamic Meditation sessions in person, on the beach/mountain or online ZAR 250 – ZAR 950 (depending on location) for 30-90 minutes (bring a friend for 50% extra)
- Aquatic Bodywork or Craniosacral Therapy in water, combined with Dynamic Meditation on the beach ZAR 650 – ZAR 950 (time and location dependent)
- Mountain Meditation and Nature Therapy for individuals, corporates or small groups – contact me for routes, times and costs
- Enquire about the additional modalities and add-ons I offer in my treatment sessions, for example trauma release, tuning fork therapy, nutritional information and yoga nidra.
There is a bridge between where you are and where you want to be and a possibility to untether yourself from the bondage to your conditioning that holds you back or keeps you in a redundant or detrimental story. No one can become who they need to be by remaining who they are. Sometimes it takes crisis and sometimes curiosity but, unless you take that first step on the path, you won’t ever know.