Nirmoha is certified in a variety of alternative therapies. She has spent more than two and a half decades exploring many different modalities as part of her own healing journey. In 2004 she graduated in BioDynamic Craniosacral Therapy and continued on to complete an advanced diploma as well.
Healing trauma in children became one of her main passions. She worked in a home for destitute children in India, and to this day considers her little clients there as some of her greatest teachers in understanding the complexities in healing trauma.
BBTRS has further deepened her knowledge in trauma resolution through the delineation of the different phases that are designed to help a person complete unresolved fight and flight responses in their nervous system. Using the breath to activate the system and bringing it to a point where it can discharge in a safe and well-held container BBTRS effectively helps to release and heal trauma in a person’s body.
Nirmoha has also completed a number of postgraduate courses in trauma release, somatic experiencing, pre- and perinatal therapy, dynamic stillness and working with mothers and babies. She worked as a volunteer in a birthing clinic in Bali for 3 years giving craniosacral sessions to mothers, and newborns within hours of them coming into the world.
In additional to working with craniosacral and BBTRS, Nirmoha has completed a few yoga teacher trainings along the way as well. She has been immersed in the Taoist teachings, including medical qi gong and sexual practices for 3 decades, and focuses on cultivating sexual energy as a powerful source of healing.
Along with the BBTRS training, she is also in process of becoming certified with the Somatic Sex Educator’s Association of Australasia (SSEAA) in Sexological bodywork.
Nirmoha brings the depth of her own personal healing journey into skillfully helping others explore their inner selves on their journeys toward health, wholeness, personal empowerment and truth. She is based in Ubud, Bali and intermittently travels to Thailand, India and Australia.