Hi my name is Lee Couch.
l am a proud Aboriginal woman from the Gamilaroi Tribe Northern NSW, however l was born and raised on the lands of the Kulin Nation in Victoria. l am an Accredited Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, Earth Educator and Personal Development Facilitator with over 10 year experience in Health & Wellness.
Being a Mindfulness Coach has allowed me to recognise limiting thought patterns and behaviours that keep people hooked in lower vibrations and negative situations that prevent them from experiencing a more meaningful life. The practice of being aware of your thought is the richest part of learning, this knowledge allowed me to transform the areas of my life that were no longer serving me and allowed for something greater.
Deep within me is a growing thirst to immerse in my culture which lead me to study Earth Mindfulness. Wayapa Wuurrk translates to Connect Country in the languages of the Marra and Gunnai people. Wayapa is an Earth Mindfulness movement that weaves Aboriginal culture and connects to the spirit of the land.
I believe acknowledging and embracing spirituality is a gift that recognizes the importance of taking care of ourselves, mind, body and spirit as well as the environment.
l am driven by a deep desire to teach and help others to heal and live a more joyful and meaningful life. l have developed a range of different programs and workshops as well as individual sessions to guide you in the way of wisdom and lead you on your path. My service offers a supportive approach to facilitate and inspire change and provides many effective ways to encourage change.
“I love that my work allows me to think about things from a different perspective, it is a different energy, a powerful energy.” – Lee Couch