We are excited to be back by popular demand
'Breath, Body & Brain' Workshop
Linking Yoga & Psychology for lasting mental wellness
9am - 12 noon
Graceville Bowls Club, 16 Wylie St, Graceville
Learn to reduce anxiety, stress and loneliness using your own breath, body and brain.
Join us for a morning of rest and rejuvenation on the sunlit floor boards of Graceville Bowls.
Dr Rachel Hannam is the principal psychologist and runs four busy psychology practices on Brisbane's North Side. Alexis Dennehy draws from post-graduate research in Public Health and over 15 years consulting in contemplative practices. They draw from over 10years each in clinical practice treating anxiety and depression, grief and loss, shame and trauma including social anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder using practices shown to
reduce emotional hyper-reactivity and increase prosocial behaviour.
This workshop is ideal for beginners or with some experience looking for fresh insight.
Join us for a morning of rest and rejuvenation
on the sunlit timber floor boards of historic Graceville Bowls.
Learn a 4-step process for breaking the cycle of self-criticism
Practice self-regulation to reduce anxiety, stress and loneliness
Our presenters Dr Rachel Hannam of North Brisbane Psychologists and
Alexis Dennehy of One Natural Therapies will guide you in evidence-based practices
for mental wellness.
We also run a Yoga & Psychology Retreat, please see our Retreat page for details.
Meet Your Facilitators
Rachel runs four busy psychology practices across Brisbane and still makes time for her own clients. Rachel holds a doctorate in Psychology and draws heavily upon acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), positive psychology, schema therapy, emotion-focussed couples therapy (EFCT), The Gottman Method, neuro-psychotherapy, and nonviolent communication (NVC).
Rachel draws from over 10 years of organisational psychology and mediation in facilitating Compassion-Focused Communication. You can catch her podcast "Help me! I'm a Comedian". Rachel is also a wicked 80's dancer and we expect to be seeing much more of her stage performance in the future.
One Natural Therapies