I’m a firm believer that every single thing in our body has a purpose. If it didn’t, it wouldn’t be there. We as human beings are amazing – our body has been designed so perfectly, it’s hard to understand why there would be something “redundant” in our system (because if it was, we wouldn’t have it would we).(more…)
Welcome to Trinity Health & Living
My ultimate goal is to help you to ignite that inner spark so your ideal life can become your reality.
I provide massage therapy (including remedial massage and intuitive massage), shamanic (energy) healing and craniosacral therapy services to the Sydney CBD and Surry Hills. I also provide individualised healing services in Wollongong.
In each session, I focus on you holistically – your, body, mind and spirit. It is my fundamental belief that your body’s structure and function works hand in hand with your emotional and mental health. My intention is to look for the underlying cause of your issues instead of merely treating the symptoms.
I also provide space clearing services for your home or office in Sydney and Wollongong.
Latest From the Blog
In January this year, I wrote an article on values and judgement, which was in part inspired by the dramas happening in the world of cricket that that time. A few weeks ago, I attended a Dr DeMartini seminar on Your Thoughts Determine Your Destiny and DeMartini spent a good part of the seminar talking about our values because he believes that our values determine everything that we do in our lives. Given this, I thought it would be a good idea to dive a bit deeper into this concept.(more…)
Over the last month, I’ve been revisiting some anatomy as part of my biodynamic craniosacral therapy studies. In particular, I wanted to revisit the spheno-basalar junction (SBJ for short), which is the area where the sphenoid bone (this is a bone inside your head which you can’t really touch except for the sides of the greater wings which are pretty much where your temples are) and the occipital bone (the bone at the base of your skull), meet. Here’s a picture of it circled in red for you below (the view is from the top of your head looking down). The sphenoid bone is the top half and the occiput bone is the bottom part highlighted in green.(more…)