Perspectives on Well-Being
Sometimes, we don't know what helps relieve distress until we've experienced it; this includes tapping into personal resources and seeking help when necessary. I encourage you to use our work together in conjunction with your current medical and allied health practitioners. Issues can be addressed from different angles in order to reach a more reconciled, integrated state of being.
Yoga therapy gives you the opportunity to connect better with yourself and Life by investigating, discovering and clarifying ways of living more resourcefully with improved functionality. Together we can develop a personalised Yoga practice for you, which targets your specific health issues.
Following a series of one-on-one consultations, you may choose to join one of my small group classes, where you can benefit from the group energy and ongoing, personalised guidance from an experienced teacher. If you're a house-holder seeking a happier back or a better night's sleep, are wanting to reduce the impact of stress, or are dealing with cancer, please see the Yoga timetable for more details. Class sizes are limited so bookings are essential.
If you are experiencing a crisis, please phone Lifeline on 13 11 14
Yoga assists me to relax and delete unimportant trivia that can clutter my thinking. It also assists with sleeping - the breathing exercises allow me to calm and still my mind, improve flexibility, positivity and creates a centred feeling of being able to cope in a range of situations.
Pam Hall, Springbrook
Trish is a very caring person and her ability to communicate easily with others quickly ensures that she wins a person's trust and goodwill.
Colin Mildwaters, Caloundra
I look forward to my weekly yoga lesson with Trish - It's a friendly and fun way to start the day. Trish gently eases you into the poses that you really didn't think you could do. I go for a walk every day, but that's not enough when you are getting older - it feels great to move and stetch and gradually improve your practice. I can heartily recommend Trish's style of teaching - she is very aware of any sore points you might have - there is no forcing or putting your body where it doesn't want to go. It's a pleasure to be part of her group!
Christine Lane, Willowvale
I have noticed a significant improvement in my posture and ability to move since starting Yoga with Trish
Ann Lairid, Robina
A Bit About Trish
In working with others to support well being, I believe in the power of connection, accessibility and appropriate practice. I've been an educator and practising Yoga for over twenty years and teaching Yoga since 2007 on the Gold Coast. I'm registered with Yoga Australia, the International and Australasian Associations of Yoga Therapists, the Australian Counselling Association and the Queensland College of Teachers. In 2013, I completed a Master of Education through Griffith University with research into work, stress, health and Yoga. I have the honour of ongoing Yoga Therapy studies under the guidance of Dr. N. Chandrasekaran who has actively combined family medicine and Yoga Therapy based on the teachings of Sri. Krishnamacharya for over three decades.
My qualifications include:
Speaker Australasian Yoga Therapy Conference 2018
Post.Grad.Dip.Yoga Therapy and Internship in Chennai (Yoga Therapy Australia)
Grad.Cert.Yoga Therapy (Enlightened Events)
Diploma Integral Yoga (2 Years I.Y.A.A.); Cert. IV Yoga in Education (600h)
Diploma Anatomy and Physiology
Dip. Counselling (Majors: Grief and Loss, Child Development and Parenting, Workplace Counselling)
ACT Training (Level I and II and DNA-v for young people and parents)
M.B.C.T. 8 Week course
Certificate in Mental Health First Aid
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (A.S.I.S.T.)
Pre and Post-Natal Yoga (The Yoga Institute and Indra Mohan)
Radiant Child Children's Yoga Program
Articles published in Australian Yoga Life and Yoga Today
Dealing With Stress in Business, Y.T. Winter 2018
Finding Yoga Along the Yellow Brick Road, This Yoga Life A.Y.L. Issue 51, 2016
Yogis in the CyberCave, This Yoga Life A.Y.L. Issue 42, 2014
Scaffolding Boys Holistic Growth Through Yoga, Y.T. Autumn 2016
How Yoga Supports School Teachers' WellBeing, Y.T. Autumn 2014
Yoga Therapist Gold Coast Yoga for Mental Health
Listen to Your Life
Listen to your life. See it for the fathomless mystery it is. In the boredom and pain of it, no less than in the excitement and gladness: touch, taste, smell your way to the holy and hidden heart of it, because in the last analysis all moments are key moments, and life itself is grace.
by Frederick Buechner