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Breath, Body & Brain

for Self care, Transition & Recovery

Body-based therapy & your mental health

Are you experiencing burn-out, fatigue or stress?

Are you seeking support to reduce physical symptoms and take control of your life again?

We treat all symptoms and conditions of stress, including:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression 

  • Substance misuse

  • Disordered eating

  • Trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Reduced immunity / recurring or persistent infection

  • Sleep disorders

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome, colitis and digestive inflammation

  • Reproductive conditions, including endometriosis and pelvic inflammation

Lead Practitioner Alexis Dennehy, draws from Naturopathy, Yoga-therapy,
Body-based Psychotherapy and Therapeutic Massage to return your mind
and life back to balance again.

We invite you to join our community as we work with you to assist you
to achieve long-term, sustainable results for your health and well-being.

 

Our practice is informed by post-graduate research and we are working to
demonstrate excellence as a complementary network of
trauma-informed practitioners.

 

Alexis Dennehy
MPH BHSc (CM) AdvDIpNAT DipNUT DiprREM

 

FREE INFORMATION SESSION

The 5-Components of Emotional Intelligence (E.I.)

Register to find out more about our upcoming course:

 

Tuesday 17th May 2022

6.30am - 7am

Via Zoom

Thanks for registering!

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COMING SOON

Events

Sundays 9:30am-12:30pm 19 June, 24 July, 7 August | Graceville Bowls Club

The 5-Components of Emotional Intelligence (E.I.)

 

Get Unstuck.  Embrace Change.  Thrive in Relationship and Work. 

 

Emotional Intelligence (E.I.) is your ability to acknowledge your own emotions, recognize emotions in others and use that information to guide your behavior

This 3-part Workshop Series covers the five components of Emotional Intelligence over 7-weeks. 

 

- Workshop lectures and processes for gaining personal skills and knowledge.

- Take-home practices for learning and sharing within family and work context.

- Weekly online discussions for group engagement between sessions.

The Course will be run as a series of three Sunday sessions:

9:30am - 12:00pm

  • Sunday 19 June 2022

  • Sunday 24 July 2022

  • Sunday 7 August 2022

 

See here for details

18 - 22nd November |  Minjerribah | North Stradbroke Island

The Yoga & Psychology Retreat 

 

Join our 13th Annual Minjerribah Retreat and discover your inner world like never before.

4 whole days of in-depth Experiential Psychology

Waterfront location on the calm bayside of the island

Naturopathically designed meals

Safe, confidential, trauma-informed facilitation 

STAY TUNED - BOOKINGS OPEN SOON!!

 

 

LAST SUNDAY of the month 9:30-11:30am

Brisbane Non-Violent Communication (NVC) Practice Group 

 

How do we as individuals contribute to a more functional society?  

 

By building a strong, clear language which enables a supportive approach to those we love and a collaborative approach to our community. 

Practicing Non-Violent Communication, we can:

 

1. build mutual understanding with family members

2. enjoy social contact for cross-pollination of ideas and perspectives

3. empathically collaboration with aligned individuals

4. reduce the burn out and fatigue of ineffectual language

5. provide a safety net to our community

 

Join us on the LAST SUNDAY of the month at The Graceville Bowls Club, 16 Wylie St, Graceville for a co-facilitated experience of learning and connection. 

 

Please note, this group is for those interested to learn NVC as a life-long practice. We ask that you watch NVC founder, Marshall Rosenberg's lecture before your first attendance. Please ask if unsure.

Register your interest here

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OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU

SAFETY

To create a space where you can feel physically and emotionally safe at all times.

TRUSTWORTHINESS & TRANSPARENCY

You have clear information at all times, including communication between sessions, cost of services and your experience of care.

PEER SUPPORT

We are up to date with the latest evidence-based research and engage with community groups and services, as well as other health care providers to ensure the most suitable care and advice. 

COLLABORATION & MUTUALITY

We will partner with you as an equal in your health journey.

EMPOWERMENT, VOICE & CHOICE

We promote self-advocacy and patient-centred health care.

 

CULTURAL, HISTORICAL & GENDER ISSUES

We engage in practitioner supervision and active self-reflection for moving past stereotypes and biases.