Holistic approaches 

Self-care, stress management and nervous system regulation are some of the most important skills that you can have to take better care of yourself, especially, in relation you your cycle. 

My approach to holistic wellness is a functional, practical approach. I understand that our experiences are unique and use the approaches listed below to support my clients. 

A combination of these approaches are used on my retreat days. I host a limited amount of small group retreats, per year. To register your interest subscribe below. 

Meditation and Mindfulness 

Meditation is a portable practice that you can access any time you need it.  You don't need a formal practice or lots of time, you just need to start. You can gain the benefits of meditation even during short mindful breathing exercises. 

I offer group and private classes in mindful practice and guided visualisation meditations. 

I really enjoy tuning into the seasonal energy, the moon and the Celtic Wheel of the year to find inspiration for my offerings.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga offers you the chance to be still, be present and turn inwards while you breathe and stretch deeply, creating more space in mind and body.

Yin is a slow, mindful type of yoga that targets the deep connective tissues in the body. It can also stimulate different acupressure points from Traditional Chinese Medicine.

In Yin Yoga, you hold shapes for about two to five minutes to work into your connective tissues. 

Some discomfort can be experienced as your body initially adapts to the shapes. Often when you experience discomfort, your body naturally tense and activate the fight-or-flight response. Yin Yoga teaches you to to relax and release that stress when you experience discomfort. It can soothe your nervous system.

The more you practice Yin Yoga, the more you will embrace slowing down and reconnecting to yourself.

Chair Yoga 

Chair yoga offers the same benefits as regular yoga but with the support of the chair rather than lying on the floor. It is a gentle, accessible practice that you can do, even at your desk. 

You tune into your breath and come back to your body while feeling the benefits of the stretch. 

Benefits can  include:

Rahanni complementary healing


Rahanni works by balancing the mind, body and spirit and the masculine and feminine (Yin and Yang) energy of each individual. Rahanni healing works with a wide variety of issues ranging from physical pain to anxiety and emotional stress. 

It is gentle complementary balancing treatment based on the vibration of the heart chakra and angelic guidance

You will lie down and tune into your breath to relax while your therapist places their hands over different energy centres in the body to bring balance. 

Benefits can  include:

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Her classes are designed to match the energies of the natural world. I have attended meditations with Paula that have celebrated new beginnings in Spring and yoga that gently reflected Winter winding up a year... the yoga was like meditation as we moved and Paula held that beautifully- yoga that was good for mind and body! If you need to make those connections with yourself, your natural rhythms, Paula is a lovely guide. If you just need to chill....she's good for that too! Despite the distance that Zoom creates, Paula manages to make the session feel very personal. 

- Miriam Yin Yoga 

Paula offers such a nourishing Yin Yoga practice. I loved how she kept bringing me back to awareness in my body with gentle encouragement to surrender to long slow stretches. Exactly what I needed after a day's intense work. Her presence is grounding and full of kindness. I highly recommend working with Paula to revive your self-care.

 - Jennifer Yin Yoga 

Yin yoga takes you comfortably to a place of calm. Paula is the expert who guides you so gently through this practice. Your body, energy and mind will be grateful for it. By far my favourite of all yoga practice.

 - Julie-Anne Yin Yoga 

She clearly explains what to do with each position...The guided meditations at the end are so relaxing and enjoyable! My only problem with the classes are that they are coming to an end. 

- Jillian Chair Yoga and Meditation