My passion is to inspire people through awareness.
I am available for talks, seminars and trainings on mental and emotional health, the connection to physical health, and holistic approaches to well being. Please get in touch if your organisation is interested.
August 2018 MindHK‘s youth mental health initiative, Coolminds.
Talk on youth mental health to high school students and university summer interns.
Oct-Nov 2017 CancerLink – Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s free service to the community.
4 day EFT Training for health and well being.
Resolve chronic symptoms. Regain optimal health.
Are you suffering from a chronic physical issue that you cannot get to the bottom of? Has it left you frustrated, overwhelmed, afraid, confused? A META-Health analysis can literally help to get to the bottom of it all, finding the root causes that keep symptoms chronic. With this knowledge we can take conscious action to allow for the body to self heal.
Our bodies are auto-regulating systems that are designed to heal naturally. If you cut your finger, the cut heals automatically – unless it is prevented from healing in some way. So why is it that some symptoms simply don’t seem to resolve?
What gets in the way of your body healing?
When injuries, physical pain and illnesses recur or stay chronic over extended periods of time, there is usually some unconsidered aspect getting in the way. Healing can be impeded by unconscious thought patterns, beliefs, decisions, stressful environments, habits, as well as social lifestyle.
Recent, acute physical injuries (for example, a fracture, sprain or muscle injury) heal faster when any negative processes are recognised and released. This could be fear or trauma at the time of injury, any limiting beliefs, even worry or anxiety from receiving a diagnosis.
What if you knew exactly what needs to be resolved and to allow your body to heal fast?
META-Health is the science of body-mind-social health with a focus on how specific stress triggers, emotions and beliefs affect specific organ symptoms. It is about the interconnectedness of the body, mind and social environment and the art of self-healing.
To be META-Healthy means to be aware of your body’s intelligence, the stress triggers, emotions and beliefs that affect your organ symptoms and taking conscious actions for self-healing and personal growth.
“Ultimately our stresses and limitations are held not only in our mental narratives but also in our physical bodies.”
How would you like to regain optimal health?
My job is to be a detective and work with you to find root causes that are getting in the way of your well being. We work together to release any unconscious triggers (including thoughts and emotions) which may be keeping your symptoms chronic, so you can reclaim optimal health. As you resolve specific stressors and disruptions, you will go through a multi-dimensional transformation process, allowing your body to heal optimally.
Get in touch with me for a consultation or to book a session:
A confidential space where you can safely voice any concerns. Open to all who are looking to find relief from stressful and negative feelings. No matter what your concern, big or small, you’re welcome.
This low cost group session is an effective way of receiving support between private therapy sessions, or seeing yourself through a difficult time.
Working in groups can be powerful, often bringing new perspectives which help you see your situation a new light, creating shifts and new solutions.
My intention for this group is to provide a safe, confidential, non-judgemental environment so everyone feels heard, supported and empowered.
I also teach you this simple technique, so you can continue to use it on your own to resolve daily stresses.
Whether you’re just starting out with EFT or are an experienced tapper, you will benefit from this group
EFT/tapping is simple to learn and do, however people often report ‘forgetting to tap’. This group serves as a reminder to continue to practice EFT on your own.
Tapping as a group has literal benefits for everyone, as tapping with others can help reduce the emotional intensity of your own issues. This is known as “borrowing benefits” and is one of the most profound discoveries of EFT.
Facilitated by Falguni Mather, an Accredited Certified Advanced EFT Practitioner with AAMET.
Dates and times for 2018
Day time (Mondays)
12:45 – 1:45pm
at The Body Group
6:30 – 7:30pm
at Alive Wellness
Monday 15 January
Wednesday 17 January
Monday 5 February
Wednesday 7 February
Monday 5 March
Wednesday 14 March
Monday 16 March
Wednesday 18 April
Monday 21 May
Wednesday 30 May
Monday 11 June
Wednesday 13 June
Monday 16 July
Monday 20 August
Monday 3 September
Wednesday 19 September
Monday 17 September
Monday 8 October
Monday 5 November
Monday 19 November
Monday 3 December
Monday 17 December
Venue: The Body Group Call directly to book your space: 21677305.
Venue: Alive Wellness Call directly to book your space 25418600.
Fee : $250
Venues : The Body Group
14th Floor, Prosperous Building, 48-52 Des Voeux Road Central, HK
Call directly to book your space 2167 7305 for the lunchtime EFT tapping group.
602, Yu Yuet Lai Bldg, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central, HK
Call directly to book your space 2541 8600 for the evening EFT tapping group.
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” – Carl Jung
When we feel anxious, panicky, or even unconsciously stressed, we tend to take short breaths (called shallow breathing or chest breathing). As a result, our body doesn’t receive enough oxygen, which limits blood flow to important organs and creates tension in our muscles and joints.
This is a physiological reaction to perceived external danger, so when we continuously take shallow breaths we are actually sending signals to our body that we are under threat.
Anything from being stuck in a traffic jam or standing in a long queue, to feeling claustrophobic in a crowded space or even remembering a past traumatic event, can make us anxious and put us into stress mode. Our minds can perceive these situations as threatening/stressful and our body reacts to our thought patterns.
It is imperative to start becoming aware of when we are putting ourselves into stress mode, as these are usually subconscious reactions.
When we breathe full, deep breaths using the full capacity of our lungs, not only are we nourishing our cells with more oxygen, but we are sending calming signals to our body.
In the same way that stressful thoughts in our subconscious mind can create negative changes in our physical body, initiating conscious changes (breathing) in our body can create a calmer state of mind.
Stressful thoughts = shallow breath & tightness in muscles
Deep, full breaths = calmer mind + calmer body
Harvard cardiologist Herbert Benson, MD, identified the flip side of the stress response, which he called the “relaxation response.” Benson demonstrated that meditation, yoga, and other relaxation techniques can bring about physiological changes including a lower heart rate, lower breathing rate, and decreased muscle tension along with positive changes in brain waves. Mind-body techniques that elicit this relaxation response have been successful in treating many stress-related disorders.
Try this exercise: To find out how you are breathing, place one hand on your chest and the other on your abdomen. On every inhale, notice your chest rising. Notice your abdomen too – does it move?
If it doesn’t, then your breath is shallow.
If your abdomen moves in on an inhale, your breath is inverted (and still shallow).
If your chest as well as your abdomen rise when you breathe in, you are breathing good, relaxed breaths – well done!
If you find it difficult to breathe into your abdomen, try this:
Try to imagine that your abdomen is like a balloon
As you breathe in slowly, let the air fill up your abdomen as if you are filling a balloon with air, letting your abdomen rise before your chest
As you exhale, let your chest go in then your abdomen, as if deflating the balloon
Do this exercise 3 – 4 times and feel your body become calm.
There are many breathing techniques and exercises that we can use to release stress from our body & mind. The first step, as always, is to be mindful, to become aware. Only then can we pause and step back before we can breathe our way to a sense of calm and to new perspectives.
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