Celebrating 2022 International Allied Health Professions Day with IAHA Member Brooke Coleman-Oakes, Occupational Therapist
I am Brooke Coleman-Oakes, a proud Kokotha woman from the far West Coast of South Australia. I grew up on Kaurna land and am currently living on Bundjalung country. I am an Occupational Therapist & Breathwork Facilitator. Health and wellness is my primary value in life, closely followed by connection and freedom. I address all aspects of health (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual) as we are multidimensional beings, my purpose is to guide people to experience a better quality of life to enlightenment.
I have worked with countless people to raise consciousness levels towards ascension through healing creating sustainable change from within. Through healing and connecting with your heart and following your inner guidance, will provide you with clarity to step into the highest version of yourself to achieve your wildest dreams. Allowing you to tap in and unlock the self-love you have inside of you.
I am passionate about allowing people to be the best versions of themselves and transform their lives to live with increased independence, less stress and a regulated nervous system. I am a true believer that a holistic modality of health is important for optimal health, function and performance. Knowing I could hold this standard though my journey as an Allied health Professional holds a strong place in my heart. This shines through with my clients as my approach is wholeheartedly client centred.
Allied Health Day is important to acknowledge all the work it takes for individuals within their professions and as a collective team to work coherently with one another to achieve client outcomes and goals for optimal living, health, function and performance in everyday life.
October 14, 2022
Categories: IAHA News
Posted by: Renae Kilmister