In 2016, Sacred Woman was seeded when a group of sisters came together with a passion for reconnecting women to the Divine Feminine, through dance, yoga, meditation, sound healing and sacred ceremony. Today Ahilya and Fiona keep that vision alive, bringing through a wealth of experience and knowledge from many lineages, and cultures that honour and celebrate the Divine Mother and the sacred feminine. Together they offer nourishing and transforming experiences that dive deeply into the feminine mysteries.
Ahilya has a great love of Yoga and Sound.
She feels blessed to have trained and sat with many great masters and teachers over the years. Through her love of chanting she personally experienced how expansive sound can be, and wanted to share this more through her teaching. This led her to become qualified as a Group Practitioner in Sound Therapy, using the techniques learned to assist in relaxation, meditation and asana practice. She has trained as a Sound Practitioner through the British Academy of Sound Therapy. She has been in the healing & health profession for over 20 years and brings great experience, joy and enthusiasm to her teaching and sessions.
Fiona is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, holds a Masters Degree in Mental Health Sciences and has 20 years experience in the field of Mental Health across a variety of different settings. Carrying the philosophy that the Body-Mind-Spirit connection is central to creating lasting change, Fiona studied Wu Tao (healing dance) and became a facilitator in 2006. Fiona has also studied mindfulness and numerous energy-based healing modalities and is a Theta Healing practitioner. Fiona has a passion for learning about how the world and people work and is constantly exploring cutting edge science, psychology and spiritual theories & practices and exploring ways to weave these into the fabric of the traditional and evidence-based models of psychology from which she works. Fiona is currently lectures in the Discipline of Behavioural Health, Flinders University and is completing a doctorate in Public Health.
Lucy H Pearce