I specialise in New Zealand Native Flower Essence Therapy and work with First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® to address a wide range of emotional, mental and spiritual issues. In my clinic I focus on assisting individuals to transform limiting patterns, express their own unique gifts and blossom into their full potential. I am passionate about facilitating holistic wellbeing and wholesome change.
Using flower essence remedies I support adults and children to naturally restore and maintain harmony and balance in their lives. As a flower essence therapist I am skilled in addressing trauma, stress, anxiety, fear and depression. I support individuals to meet and address a wide range of life challenges including self-esteem, changing habits, communication, confidence, motivation, concentration, creativity, parenting, relationships, sexuality, study, work, career, life purpose, community and spirituality.
For the past decade I have studied and explored various pathways to wellbeing including Naturopathy, Flower Essence Therapy, Buddhist Psychology, Meditation, Psychosynthesis and Shamanic Healing. I am committed to my own healing and growth and regularly attend intensive retreats and training with esteemed teachers. I am currently the President of FENZ (Flower Essences New Zealand Incorporated), the professional body for flower essence practitioners in New Zealand.
My background is in the creative arts, as an Artist and as an Arts Administrator coordinating and promoting exhibitions, festivals and art projects. I’ve spent the past 20 years exploring consciousness through the creative arts. My most recent work includes large scale (up to one meter high) hand made collages which are related to my journey with the Sacred Plant Medicine of Aotearoa. My work is inspired by the profound beauty and healing power of nature. I use symbols, colour and sacred geometry to create works that invoke balance, integration and wholeness.
I live with my 8 year old son in the heart of Omata, a small rural village near New Plymouth in Taranaki. We are guardians of a 1/4 acre property that is evolving into a medicine garden and food forest.