With a love of the natural world and a deep respect for the relationship between body, mind and soul, I understand connection and disconnection intimately. I offer insight, wisdom and a sense of humour to remembering connection.
I work from a deep understanding of human behaviour, psychology, and relational dynamics. But I also work from an understanding of the physiology of the body, energy systems, metaphysics and the transpersonal.
As far as I know, there is nothing more transformative and compelling to the human soul than being witnessed, expressed, heard, and believed. The kind of listening I do changes, opens, supports, enlivens, heals, and transforms. The kind of listening I do shifts worlds.
I listen through the lens of the skills I've learned, the knowledge I've gained, the experiences I've had, the feelings, needs, and responses I know and recognize...and also through this culture, and this body I've been born into.
I listen through the languages of the body. I listen through the traditional healing methods and practices I've had shared with me and been shaped by. I listen through the bodies of work I've encountered, been taught, have studied, have practiced and learned from. I listen through my intuition...
I listen through the ancient rhythmic heartbeat of earth herself...
I hear bodies, hearts and souls.
I listen in a way that bodies, hearts and souls hear themselves and each other.
Fiona is an Intuitive Health Practitioner; one who midwives human souls through growth and transformation, and a facilitator of events and courses. And she is founder of Innerlife Health Services, a multi-disciplinary Wholistic Health Clinic in Victoria BC.
Fiona has a Bachelor of Arts in Education. She is a BodyTalk and Reiki practitioner. And she is a student of the Soul-centric Developmental Wheel (Bill Plotkin), Non-Violent Communication (Marshall Rosenberg), Social Constructionism, Response-based practice, somatic healing, birth process, permaculture design, animal communication, and yoga. Her work is influenced also by Jungian Psychology, Eco-psychology, Transpersonal Psychology, and Western and Eastern Medicine.