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I have a theory, as described in my debut book On Path, that we’re each perfect as we are. On Path is dedicated to making this point. 

There are a few things in life that I have come to realise as truth. The first is that we can find gratitude for the unwanted aspects of our lives—finding perfection there too, in all of life’s twists and turns. This is the work I do in my Resolve Consultations. The second is that every thought, belief, or emotion we have has a physical component to it that we can feel—and work through—in the body. This is the work I do in my Somatic Consultations. Information for all consults can be found on my Emotional Intelligence page.

Through consultations, speaking events, and online programs, I teach emotional intelligence. Interwoven with this is the fundamentals of psychology, the neuroplasticity of the brain and, importantly, how to intentionally rewire it. 

I teach people how to work through the barriers that hold them back.

I work with people to resolve stress, internal conflict, unwanted habits, past emotional experiences, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress.


Currently, I am based in Sydney and teach internationally.

Demartini Facilitator



Demartini Method® Facilitator

Neuro Linguistics Master Practitioner

Suicide Support and Trauma Trained

Demartini Institute training in Psychosomatics

400Hr Functional Hatha YTT

100Hr Yin YTT

70Hr Insight Training

Yoga Nidra iRest 

University student, BSc Cognitive & Brain Science

I have mentored teenage girls through the not-for-profit program Sister2sister and completed 1:1 field work with adults diagnosed with mental illness, primarily schizophrenia.

Everything I’ve learned, I’ve applied. It is crucial to me that everything I teach is evidence-based. I come with not only intellectual, learned knowledge, but applied understanding and first-hand experience.

I have chosen to dedicate my energy to increasing global awareness that, as William James put it, “a human being can alter their life by altering their attitudes.”

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