For those of you who were able to attend our first conference on Light & Health in March, you will recall that 3 of our speakers were named Simon! Here is another of 'the Simons', speaking on the topic: "Light is Life". Simon Cribb is a physiotherapist, acupuncturist and light therapist from Western Australia. He … Continue reading Sydney Conference – Simon Cribb
Here is another of the outstanding presentations from our ALA Conference on Light and Health held in Sydney last March. The topic is 'Light, Vision and the Developing Child'. Dr. Simon Grbevski is a Behavioral Optometrist and has lectured locally and internationally in the field. He is also founder of the Australian College of Behavioural Optometry and the … Continue reading Sydney Conference – Dr. Simon Grbevski
Yes, some of our ILA/ALA members are heading off soon for the annual International Light Association Conference in the sunny sunshine state of Florida, USA. Very exciting - we wish happy and safe travels to all! But for those of us not able to attend, here is a reminder of our own Australasian Light Association … Continue reading ILA Conference time – In Florida!
Our recent Conference on Light & Health in Sydney was a memorable one. Here are some photos of the event. Were you there with us? What are your memories?
Our inaugural ALA conference was a tremendous success. The conference was held in the National Trust Centre in Sydney, a short walk from the harbour’s waters and famous bridge in the historic Rocks area. We hosted approximately 30 attendees, of varied interests, both from international and Australian origin. Amongst our audience we had Samassati and … Continue reading ALA SYDNEY 2017 – Conference Report
Janet McDonnell has been an Aura-Soma International teacher and practitioner since 1992. Based in the Central Coast, Sydney, her years of experience have been the catalyst for her students to apply the multi-dimensions of colour for their personal growth and wellbeing. Janet is dedicated to enriching the lives of others through colour and energy … Continue reading Profile: Janet McDonnell
Simon Hansen is a teacher, but had to give up teaching some years ago because of Multiple Sclerosis. A part of his recovery from MS was receiving colour light therapy. This was so successful that he was able to return to teaching and is now trained in the Samassati approach to colour light therapy. … Continue reading Profile: Simon Hansen
Simon Cribb began working with light and colour 25 years ago, treating pain holistically using techniques based on Peter Mandel’s Colorpuncture. A physiotherapist and acupuncturist, and with training in other healing modalities, Simon employs a variety of approaches in his work. The protocols he developed using light are grounded in science, but inspired by … Continue reading Profile: Simon Cribb
Thelma van der Werff is originally from the Netherlands and now lives in New Zealand. She is a colour therapist, author and developer of the Colour Comfort Method. The method uses colour psychology to interpret the language of colour in order to gain insight into yourself and others, and to identify and re-programme subconscious … Continue reading Profile: Thelma van der Werff
Dr. Simon Grbevski is a Behavioral Optometrist and has lectured locally and internationally in the field. He is also founder of the Australian College of Behavioural Optometry and the Australian College of Syntonics of which he is currently President. Syntonics, or optometric phototherapy, deals with the application of selected light frequencies through the eyes. … Continue reading Profile: Simon Grbevski