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Highlighting Our Graduates: Lisa Tregenza

Meet Meditation Teacher Graduate, Lisa Tregenza, who’s passion for meditation as an essential part of holistic health, has inspired her to create a beautiful holistic health and well-being business.   Tell us a little bit about yourself… I live in the South East of Melbourne, in Berwick. I’m the eldest of four children to my […]

Meditation Teacher Felicity

Becoming a Meditation Teacher Transformed My Life

Hi, my name is Felicity & I am a meditation teacher. My journey to become a meditation teacher was inspired by some of the toughest moments in my life. I first began to meditate as a 15-year-old when my beautiful (very) Catholic Mum took me to our local library to participate in a course to […]

4 Easy Ways to Release Trapped Emotion in Your Body

  If you’re feeling exhausted or lethargic and perhaps struggling with your meditation practice, then it’s likely you are experiencing the effects of trapped energy in your body. This post shares some wonderful ways you can release this energy through dance and movement meditation.   Meditation and Movement When we think of meditation, people often […]

Meditation and the Inner Child

Having spent over 6 years learning from and working with my holistic living counselling teacher Alannah Dore, I learned about something very profound that changed the way I manage my life (especially my emotional life).  That emotional honesty and validation of the inner child are the cornerstone of healing, self love and personal success. This […]

What is an honest meditation practise and why do I need one?

When conducting their daily meditation practise, students get caught up in the worry that they are “doing it wrong”.  That if you’re not feeling great, then you’re not doing it well.  We can easily turn meditation into yet another thing to tick off the “to do list”.  Something we need to achieve in, strive to […]

How do you process tragedy in the world today?

We have all heard about the senseless chemical bombings in Syria with hundreds of people (especially women and children) being horrifically affected. Some choking to death and others terribly injured. http://www.theage.com.au/world/1300-killed-in-chemical-attack-in-damascus-say-syrian-rebels-20130821-2sbvg.html?gclid=CLSnteyJrboCFUtFpQodqHUAlg How do we process such tragedy? Initial feelings might include anger,outrage, horror at the injustice – natural, normal human reactions. Yet think of the ripple […]

A free guided heart Meditation

Our hearts are sensitive and our emotions require care and nurturing. Healing the heart from the inevitable hurts, disappointments and betrayals of life is an ongoing process.As we focus our meditation on the heart, we not only heal the defenses and walls that we have put up (understandably) to keep ourselves safe from further heartbreak, but […]

A meditation of loving affirmations for your inner child

I was reading the book “The Five Love Languages of Children” by Chapman and Campbell over the weekend, and was reminded of a really valuable way to building positive inner and outer relationships. The book is about 5 different and meaningful ways to help your children (or anyone for that matter) feel loved and develop […]

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