Counselling – P.S.H. Therapy – Meditation Mindfulness Course – Tai Chi – Abdominal Acupressure – Dru Yoga – Neurofeedback and Biofeedback
Counselling – Facilitated by Fiona Wood
Fiona assists people with; illness, relationship problems, breakup, family crisis, depression, anxiety, inner turmoil, loss of some kind, death or a general need for more clarity.
Fiona works with anyone over the age of 18 individually, or with couples.
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P.S.H.: Facilitated by Belinda Hawkins
P.S.H. therapy is a gentle and private process of emotional healing made possible by our natural subconscious ability to let go of uncomfortable emotional responses that are no longer appropriate.
Unlike other psychological therapies, there is no need to discuss the problem at length.
This can be of particular benefit to people who have suffered a traumatic experience or teens who simply don’t want to talk about what’s going on for them.
Children as young as 6 years old also respond quickly and easily to the P.S.H. approach.
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Mindfulness Meditation Course (Gawler Foundation): Facilitated by Al Bevan and Simone Roxburgh
In the words of Einstein: “The intuitive mind is our sacred gift and the rational, thinking mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that donors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”.
Mindfulness-Based Stillness Meditation is a simple non-judgemental way of taming excessive thinking, disempowering unnecessary stress and reclaiming enjoyment of life.
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Tai-Chi Classes: Facilitated by Sunny Forsyth
Tai Chi (Qi Gong) is often described as “meditation in motion”, but it might well be called “medication in motion”.
There is growing evidence that this mind-body practice, which originated in China, has value in treating and preventing many health problems.
You can begin practicing Tai Chi at any time, even if you aren’t in top shape or the best of health.
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Abdominal Acupressure (Chi Ne Tsang): Facilitated by Sunny Forsyth
Abdominal Acupressure is an ancient form of Abdominal Massage which de-stresses and energises the body.
It blends Chinese and Thai massage + meditation techniques, making it truly different from any other healing experience.
According to Classical Chinese Medicine, poor emotional digestion is one of the main reasons for ill-health.
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Dru Yoga: Facilitated by Sharon Alles
Dru Yoga is a graceful and potent form of yoga based on soft flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation.
Yoga is now being used as a successful modality for reducing stress, promoting total wellbeing and encouraging self-reliance.
Dru Yoga works on body, mind and spirit – improving strength and flexibility; creating core stability; building a heightened feeling of positivity; and deeply relaxing and rejuvenating your whole being.
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Neuro-feedback & Bio-feedback: Facilitated by Dr Steve Hawkins
Long term stress can be damaging and it is estimated that 90% of doctor visits in America are for conditions that result from stress. Australia is not significantly different.
Bio-feedback is the measurement of the physiological changes the body undergoes in response to stress.
Once a baseline measurement is taken, Steve then uses neuro-feedback to help train the nervous system to respond to stress more effectively.
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