BTeach(Sec), GDLP, LLB, BHlthSc, ph360 Endorsed Coach
Nikki is a mum of 3 busy boys currently living in the Adelaide Hills after several years living interstate and overseas. After training and working briefly as a lawyer, Nikki returned to study and completed her Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary) so she could return to working more closely with children and families.
Life has since guided Nikki into several new frontiers she had never envisaged experiencing!
Nikki has a deep belief that life and circumstances, no matter how entrenched, can always be improved . She has developed a keen interest in supporting people and families to make positive change within their lives and to experience the increased well-being and shift of perceived blocks in their lives due to retained reflexes or sub-optimal health.
She thoroughly enjoys the opportunity to work with families using Rhythmic Movement Training, the ph360 epigenetic health platform and co-facilitating the Parenting360 Parenting Course to realise the individuality of each family member and discover the increased health and happiness that's achievable despite challenging circumstances or entrenched patterns a family may encounter.
Nikki’s middle son has Cerebral Palsy. After his birth in 2012, Nikki found herself being recommended endless alternative therapies and procedures. After dismissing many and investigating many, the one that stood out from all the rest and that also explained several challenged she was seeing in her eldest son, was Rhythmic Movement Training(RMT).
Nikki began her journey with RMT in Melbourne in 2013 and was astounded with the positive and profound changes such a relatively easy and small intervention could make. Consequently, she trained in RMT with RMT co-founder, Moira Dempsey.
Nikki has since worked with adults and children with and without additional needs, using RMT to integrate retained primitive reflexes and to ease their associated challenges. She particularly enjoys working with children of all ages and delights in seeing them actively participate in the sessions and very quickly own and take control of their sessions. The profound improvements and changes they see and feel in their bodies continues to amaze her.