Bringing exceptional quality of care and service to all clients, inspiring them towards their own greater health, harmony and vitality.
Working with Quality and Integrity
Harmony In Movement is inspired by the ongoing professional development, training and life experiences of Danielle Pirera.
Danielle has come to understand and appreciate that there is more to the body than meets the eye, and that the underlying truth of life, healing, body work and exercise therapy all comes down to how we live on a daily basis.
For this reason Danielle recognises that the quality of her work is not only based on her level of education, training and experience, but also on the energetic quality and integrity in how she lives her whole life.
Danielle chooses to practice above and beyond the guidelines and codes of practice and conduct of an Allied Health Professional and Fitness Trainer.
Living True Success
Making True Change
In her 20's Danielle felt that she ticked every box and was 'living the life.' Including academic and career success, owning a home, fit and toned, a long term relationship and success in sport and fitness.
By mid 20's she felt something was missing, despite 'living the life' there was a constant dis-ease and unsettlement and the ongoing need for more, better or ongoing challenges. There was an inability to sit still and feel deeply settled, content and a sense of deep self worth. There was a lack of purpose or spark in life, despite everything being seemingly amazing.
The unsettlement and diss-ease resulted in a drive to succeed on the outside, seen in Danielle's eyes in the earlier photos in her twenties. Looking in the eyes of the 35 and 40 year old Danielle There is a sense of settlement and knowing in who she is and a confidence to bring this out.
So what made the difference?
False Sense of Success - Slide 1 of 3
From her teens to late 20's Danielle competed in high intensity and gruelling sports such as triathlon, half marathon running, 24 hour adventure racing and surfing over head waves in 3 foot of water on a coral reef. She was fit and toned and considered herself to be healthy and successful.
However, at the end of the day when she closed her eyes she felt that something was missing, and that at times she was putting on a brave face to get through the day. The truth was she was often exhausted, craving sugar, feeling a bit uptight or anxious and would sometimes feel flat or unmotivated about parts of her life.
When Danielle felt flat or lacking purpose she would consider a job change, new study, leaving a relationship, an overseas holiday or even a hair cut and new outfit. The truth was that although Danielle felt she was successful on the outside, she lacked a true success and contentment on the inside.
Image: Danielle on her 23 birthday, putting on a brave face.
See Slides 2 and 3 for the rest of the story.