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About Wonny

Wonny aspires to cultivate Conscious Leadership & Wellbeing in body, mind, heart, soul and spirit. 

She connects Wellbeing, Business, Science, Behavioural Psychology, Technology, Metaphysics, Philosophy and Spirituality.


Leadership Wellbeing Development Strategies and Systems are fun for her.

She was born in Suriname from Chinese descent. She moved to the Netherlands and studied Modern Japanese Studies, Account Management and Chinese Languages and Cultures. She studied in Taiwan and Japan for a year. 

Her past work experience includes different sectors like Banking, Corporates, Government, NGO's, Academia and Entrepreneurs in The Netherlands, Japan, Hong Kong and China.

Wonny is a trained Martha Beck Coach, an Eden Method Certified Practitioner/Teacher, Shamanic Practitioner, Tibetan Medicine Counselor.  

Some of her other trainings include Tibetan Mantra healing, BioGeometry,  Kyudo (Zen Buddhist archery meditation), Daoist teachings & Qigong. More on her trainings.

She is a board member of One 
Million Leaders Africa, a flagship project of Next Leaders' Initiative for Sustainability (a Japanese not-for-profit).

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About Lynn

Lynn is an experienced International Certified Practitioner of

Energetic Body Work and has been teaching for more than 50 years. She is based in Austria. 


She worked as a Dance, Yoga and Qigong teacher, sport instructor, personal trainer and masseuse.


Currently she teaches online an in-person.  Each individual learns how to work with their own energies, breath, movement, sound, meditation, awareness and visualisation for self-healing. Her Shamanic teachings have guided her to expand, share and reach out to Mother Earth and all sentient beings to help bring more healing and energy awareness to our world.

Throughout her life she has enjoyed sharing her experience and knowledge by teaching various cultural groups and individuals around the world. Her goal is to reach those who are interested far and wide, internationally! 

                                                                             Lynn Geertsen-Rowe


About Alison

Alison is passionate about people. She has over 25 years experience in the business world having worked as a Board level executive and earlier as a consultant for various global businesses including Philips Electronics and PwC Consulting. She is based in the Netherlands.

Alison holds a BSc (hon) in Mathematics, Operational Research and Economics. She is a certified Co-Active Coach and a Clinical Practitioner in Eden Energy Medicine. 


She has worked across all parts of the value chain and in different industries including, manufacturing, banking and telecoms. Alison’s strengths are in developing leaders, managing high performing teams, facilitation and reducing complexity.

She believes in bringing out the inner wisdom in everyone so that they can navigate their world with ease.

Her recent self development which was triggered by a serious illness means she has a drive to reduce the stress and worry that everyone carries with them in our busy world. 

                                                                             Alison Moncrieff

About Clare

Dr. Clare Willocks is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in the NHS, a Clinical Practitioner in Eden Energy Medicine and teaches the one year Foundations Programme in Eden Energy Medicine. She is based in Scotland.


Her other roles have been National Obstetric Lead (2016-2019), for the Maternity and Children’s Quality Improvement Collaborative, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, Labour Ward Lead (2012-present) and secretary (2012-2015) to the British Society of Biopsychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology, a Specialist Society of the RCOG.


She completed the Leading the Future Programme, she has an active Interest in Inspiring Leadership, Multi-professional Training, and the self care and engagement of health professionals.


She believes that we need healthy teams with a sense of coherence, who are not just passive employees within the system but engage with it. We need to take responsibility for the impact we can have, and how we can influence positive health outcomes in our daily work.

                                                                                      Dr. Clare Willocks

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