About Cindy Aulby
Cindy has operated a successful practice and business as a Breathwork Practitioner, Group Facilitator and Practitioner Trainer for more than two decades.She is a professional member of, and former president of, the Australian Breathwork Association (ABA).
As an ABA endorsed Trainer, Cindy is endorsed as a supervisor for professional members of the Australian Breathwork Association. She has a wealth of experience in supervising and mentoring students and professionals in Breathwork, Bodywork and different modalities of healing work, with social workers and counsellors, and with professionals in leadership and management roles.
A significant part of my professional training was undertaken through the Centre for Human Transformation in Victoria (Australia), with Shivam Rachana and Deva Daricha. During more than ten years of training and apprenticeship with the Centre, I trained intensively in Breathwork and Cellular Memory Release, Women's Mysteries, and Tantra (studies in human connection and sexuality).
Other studies have included Individual and Relationship Counselling, Mediation and Conflict Resolution, Working with Drug Addiction, Professional Supervision, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Studies in Peak States of Consciousness, Training and Assessment, and Mental Health First Aid.
By far the biggest and most profound learning has come from the many many courageous humans who have allowed me to witness and accompany their times of deep internal work, their journeys with families and relationships, their losses and loves and work and passions, their light and their darkness ... their magnificent and mysterious Journeys to the Heart.
My map of human-ness has expanded with every single human experience in every single session
Inspired by my own personal healing journey, I began working as a group facilitator in the late 1990s, with weekly women's circles and regular weekend workshops. That led quickly to working as a one-on-one practitioner and with couples.
I've been guided by a passion for and a deep curiosity about human-ness, learning through many thousands of people's stories, how we develop, how we process our experience, and how we heal.
My practice developed into a full time passion, and from 2014 included developing a professional training program and teaching practitioners in Breathwork and Body Centred Counselling.
In late 2020 I took sabbatical leave from training, from the one-to-one, couples work and group work, and focused on resting, art making (check out the Instagram link below) and gardening.
I now bring my professional and personal experience and my passion to supporting other practitioners. I offer you emotional, professional and practical attention. This allows you to maintain professional standards and requirements. It also provides a foundation of care within the wilds of working with others.