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Healing and Care
 for every body
and all abilities

(NDIS available)

Allahna is a qualified Yoga Therapist,  Behavioural Scientist, Behavioural Mentor and Sound Healer.

She will listen to you empathically and skilfully adapt your sessions to fit your needs. Communication will be open, honest, clear and professional so that you feel supported and heard.


Allahna Jaylah specialises in supporting people, including children, with a disability, or challenges in these areas:​​

  • Trauma and its related symptoms

  • Autism and ADHD 

  • Anxiety and depression

  • Eating disorders

  • Addictions

  • Brain injury

  • Intellectual disabilities

  • Cancer 

  • Long term complex trauma

  • Domestic violence

  • Chronic inflammation and pain

  • Immune system dysfunction

  • Dissociation and separation from your body

Allahna is committed to providing compassionate, wholehearted adaptable programs for individuals to support their modern lifestyle and spectrum of movement.

Allahna is registered through NDIS as a:

  • Yoga Therapist

  • Behaviour Therapist

  • Music Therapist


Online or in-person sessions available.

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Yoga Therapy

Allahna is a highly qualified and experienced Yoga Therapist. Each session is carefully and expertly adapted to support you. 

Allahna can adapt the yoga to suit any ability and anyBODY. 

Some of the many benefits of Yoga Therapy with Allahna are:

  • More peace and calm

  • Less anxiety & depression and more contentment and happiness

  • Better focus

  • Increased flexibility & mobility

  • Improved relationship with your body, yourself and others

  • Clearer thinking

  • Increased general strength inside and out.

  • Resilience to cope with daily worries

  • Frequent feelings of joy & happiness

  • Feel more “in control” of your mind & body

  • Less pain and more freedom


Allahna will work with you to help you achieve your goals.


She will support you on your journey in an open, honest, respectful, caring and professional way.


Let's do this!

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Behaviour Therapy

As a behavioural Scientist and NDIS Behaviour Specialist Allahna understands that everyone sometimes does things that have consequences they don't want and that they regret.


This is a learning process and a healthy growth pattern would be to change the behaviour next time.


But When we continuously repeat the unwanted behaviour, it becomes problematic.

Allahna specialises in understanding behaviour and creating strategies that empower her clients and encourage learning.

Here are some ways Allahna helps her clients:

  • Getting clear on what behaviours you are doing that have have negative consequences. 

  • Allahna will listen carefully to your needs and design a program with you to help you achieve your personal goals.

  • Allahna will provide you with assistance with clear and understandable steps to take on a daily basis.

  • Support with motivation and staying track to your behaviour goals.

  • Learning how to get back on track when you make a mistake.

  • Ongoing measurement of progress so you can see clearly how you are going.

  • Help with arranging your environment to promote your wellbeing and learning.

  • Learning to reward yourself in a positive and healthy way when you do well.

  • Help with human connection and socialisation skills.

  • Support to broaden and strengthen your repertoire of skills and interests.

  • Improve your enjoyment of life.

  • Give you support and tools to feel empowered and more in control.

  • Learning skills to break addictions.

  • Learning to treat yourself well.

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Music Therapy

Allahna plays some Beatifull ambient instruments such as crystal bowls, Shamanic drumming rhythms, Native American Flute, and Handpan to sooth and stimulate your body and mind. 


Music provides an organised way of offering sensory information and is an excellent therapy for people who struggle with sensory processing.


These are some of the gifts you can get from a Music Therapy session:

  • It’s FUN and easy for you.

Sensory music therapy isn’t invasive and can  be very enjoyable for you. Almost everyone like's some form of music, and so using it in therapy sessions brings on the relaxation response in your body and mind. It improves your ability to feel, think and communicate.

  • It can benefit people with a wide range of sensory conditions

  • Playing ambient music can help to lessen distress and encourage positive behavioural changes.

  • It can assist in regulating the brain processes.

  • It helps regulate how you organise your thoughts and you might feel safer and more relaxed in your environment. 

  • It can assist with brain function, movement, relaxation and calm.

  • It can strengthen your ability to connect to yourself and others and help improve your ability to communicate in healthy ways. 

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