Meet the Team


"I dream that the people no longer see colour, race, financial class, or experience emotions such as greed and jealousy. I dream of the people together as one people, healing the whenua (the womb of the mother that nurtures us). For when the land is well and the sea is well, the people will thrive. Toitū te whenua, Toitū te moana, Toitū te tangata."

After many years of building a career in small business and administration, the realization of my love for our planet and our people has led me to this point. As a mother, I feared for my boys growing up in this society. I feared for the grieving planet my generation has damaged. My journey from consumer to holistic living has certainly been just that - a journey. It has led me down unknown paths of self-discovery, self-love and self-worth. It has not been an easy journey by any means, I've had many hard lessons to learn and have peeled away many masks along the way. It has also been somewhat of a roller coaster ride, bearing many lows, some highs and some feelings of empowerment. And then again with the lows and the empowered elation draining away like a sink hole. It is those sink holes which have brought me to this point today.

My journey and career experiences have all accumulated into what I offer as an Intuitive Worker. My passion for holistic wellness has an indigenous heart and I wish to share this at a global level. My desire is to empower healing and wellness both for Papatuanuku (Mother Earth) and for the people. As an Intuitive Worker, Remedial Coaching is just one method of which I have to invest in global holistic health. I look forward to serving in which ever capacity is sustainable for the individual/group concerned. 

I am on a life-long journey of learning, developing, and delivering my best self forward. Please join me on my journey, feel free to contact me, subscribe to my blog, follow my Facebook/Instagram pages, or just linger.

Aroha nui x


My name is Sarah Dunn and I was raised here in Rotorua. I am Trish's media guru niece and I was always interested in movies at a young age and began making fun videos during my time at Rotorua Girls High School. I then moved up to Auckland and studied at Yoobee School of Design for 2 years recieving a level 5 Diploma in Digital Design. In this course I learnt the basics of Animation, Film, VFX and Graphic Design. I then went on to the next year and achieved a level 6 Diploma in Screen Production.

During my time studying in Auckland I got experience in many different gigs including Theatre Performances, Short Films, A Red Carpet Event, Promo Videos, Weddings, Saftey Videos, Music Videos, and Ad Campaigns.

Once I graduated I moved back home to Rotorua and have been working at Westbrook Primary School as a teacher aide. I've been using any excuse to use my film making and photography skills to improve my portfolio and get known within the Bay of Plenty area. Here I have made videos for the school such as the Gala, Year 5 camp and The Mega Dunk for Harold put on by Life Education Trust. A promo video for Schools Out Ranolf, Weddings and a few of my friends birthdays. I have also entered the 48 hour film festival for the past 3 years. This year I was a BoP regional finalist, and also got nominated for Best VFX, and Best Sound Design.

If you are interested don't hesitate to contact me!