In a grad dip in experiential and creative arts practice. A bit of research work on the side and launching my fabulous new business... Feels like a time of transition on so many levels.
Leading singing groups - choirs and sacred sound circles, arranging gorgeous harmonies, supporting people to bring their voices out.
Studying - I love learning! Am deepening my therapeutic skills to be able to support people in their journey of transformation, healing and growth.
Organising - events, information, people, space etc.
In terms of personality, people generally notice my confidence.
Actually, I've always loved fantasy novels... especially trilogies so I can immerse in a story for a long time. I tend to read fairly quickly so gobble them up!
My favourite book as a child was called 'The Darkangel', a gorgeous tale of a woman's journey to free her sister from a vampyre who has stolen her. Magical characters and an incredibly beautiful twist at the end that is full of heart. I read it every year, for years, and now have two copies on my shelf.
Julia Cameron's 'The Artist's Way' changed my life about ten years ago, I still love morning pages.
Am not much of a movie goer; just saw Tracks, really moving.
Favourite food? Am mostly vegetarian, but have recently started eating some chicken and fish. Love thai, indian, simple whole foods... Yong's Green Food on Brunswick Street is a clear winner for local restaurants.
In terms of music, I love voice, A'Capella, harmony, luscious melody, local talent, real, raw and funny. I make so much music that I don't often listen!!
Walking amongst trees or by a river
Friends & family
How to be the most compassionate, authentic and present therapist I can be.
How I can create a lucrative passive income stream.
Where I'm going to live next.
Why I'm not asleep yet when I've got class in the morning!
Dance. Camping. Playing music. At a festival. Reading a lovely novel at home. On Facebook. Reading phenomenological theory for school. Having a bath by candlelight. Meeting someone lovely for dinner.
Ps. I'm really not likely to respond if you send an impersonal 'Hi, let's chat' style message. When you do that, I feel like I'm one of 100's that you might have just messaged. I'm looking for some genuine connection! :-)