Our team of mentors and coaches bring diverse professional skills, qualifications & experience to our learning innovation & wellbeing solutions.
Founder & Director of Flexi Flow - Learning Innovation & Wellbeing
Chelsea has extensive & diverse professional experience spanning education, human services, community development, arts & culture and creative therapies. Chelsea has launched & run several social enterprises, worked in China, Libya & Australia in intercultural business brokerage & led social impact projects across sectors whilst managing diverse stakeholders. Flexi Flow was intentionally designed to provide preventative & responsive programs that empower and nurture young learners and their communities. For Chelsea, it’s all about this vision. Chelsea sees a revolution of joy based learning & everyday wellbeing coming into life as families, education and care professionals, health practitioners and community workers meet to talk about the futures of the children they know and love. A tertiary qualified Human Services Worker & Community Development Practitioner. Chelsea also holds qualification & certificates in Yoga Instruction, Educational Kinesiology, Adult Education & Training. Chelsea has received extensive professional supervision and training in Narrative Trauma-Informed Positive Psychology Practice, Business & a number of other mind-body modalities that intersect her passion for the potential found in the nexus of arts, health, and education possibilities.
Sarah has worked within the arts, community and entertainment sectors in Australia and internationally. Sarah has also worked in developmental contexts in Australia, Cambodia, India and East Timor including the United Nations and the largest citizen journalism project in Asia, India Unheard. She was the founder of Happy from the Inside, a Melbourne based organisation providing creative arts & wellbeing programs for asylum seeker and refugee children. She is a qualified primary school teacher and has concurrently trained in various healing modalities and spiritual teachings over the past 8 years within Austraila, India and the Phillipines. She has managed a children's performing arts programs, worked in events and has a particular passion for drama. She writes for UPLIFT Connect and has facilitated meditation and workshops in energetic awareness for children and adults in the Philippines. Sarah is also the Co-Founder and Co-Director of Myoni, a purpose driven start-up launched in 2018.
Gay Landeta’s awareness of the unique needs of today’s children, together with their carers, parents and educators, began after the birth of her own children. After certifying as a Family Skills Trainer in the early 90’s she recognised that parenting skills and community engagement was not the complete answer.
As she began to search for other ways to support her children’s emotional, social and academic skills transition to school she discovered the core movement program of Educational Kinesiology, Brain Gym and the concept of moving to learn. It was through this program that she could finally see changes taking place in her children’s ability to learn and self regulate and in her own wellbeing.
Gay qualified as an Educational Kinesiologist and Brain Gym Instructor in 1995, commencing private practice and teaching in 1996. She started working with children at risk, consulting with several residential care programs. In working with these children, Gay not only saw the positive impact that intentional movement, especially those that related to the developmental pathways made, but also the importance of allowing the child to be their own expert.
Gay pursued extensive movement related Educational Kinesiology training in developmental reflexes and sensory and perpetual skills and in theoretical learning models, and gained a Distinction in a Bachelor of Social Science (Human Services) majoring in disability and youth.
Gay continues to see adults and children in her private practice in Brisbane and has taught Brain Gym and other movement based learning programs to thousands of parents and educators nationally. In addition to her private practice and her work mentoring practitioners she is on the advisory board of Flexi Flow. She is a licensed Brian Gym, Optimal Brain Organisation and Visioncircles Instructor with Brain Gym Australia and registered as a level 5 (diploma) Kinesiologist with the Australian Kinesiology Association.
In her spare time Gay loves playing with her dogs, cooking from her garden, reading, yoga and art.
Lead Circus Coach & Embodiment Well-being Mentor
Max brings a wealth of knowledge, skills, passion and purpose to the Flexi Flow Team. The Lead Circus Coach, core content collaborator and inclusive kids engagement expert Max bring a lot to the Flexi Flow Team.
Max has extensive experience working as a teacher aide at mainstream and specialist assistance primary schools. Ze is a passionate social animator and community mobiliser and has extensive experience working in grass roots community responses to social needs. Max is an active member across a number of creative communities in Brisbane and Australia, performing and training in circus & physical performance.
Max is studying Social Services at UQ while he co-creates and fortifies core onsite workshop content for across all Flexi Flow programs.
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