Our Team

Nikeisha

Nikeisha has been working in the Community Care Industry for 8 years as a Leisure and Lifestyle Coordinator. She is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to designing programs tailored to meet the needs and interests of people living with a disability.

Nikeisha’s PR skills will benefit the company significantly in reaching out to organisations to secure much-needed funding to allow the program to grow.

Cara

Cara is a very experienced artist with experience teaching and working with vulnerable people. She will be deploying the course and will then take on the task of coaching others to teach once we grow to a level where we are in need of more instructors.

Bonnie

Bonnie has experience working in management, marketing and financial management allowing her to set up and manage the company. Bonnie will also work to create and market the brand, ensuring all communications are in line with the company’s goal and mission.

Hannah

Hannah lives and breaths music! She’s been teaching piano and singing for over a decade working predominantly, for the last two years, with children and adults with a disability. She has high qualifications in Classical Piano and Theory from the Australian Music Examination Board (AMEB) and vocal training under internationally renowned vocal coach and trainer, Matt Ward.

Merilyn

Merilyn is an artist, photographer and art facilitator that crafts beautiful community experiences and events. She has a Bachelor in Interdisciplinary Creative Industries, has 8+ years working as a professional photographer, 3+ years facilitating and running art workshops and is trained in Neuro-energetic Kinesiology. This fusion of energetic and artistic gifts enables Merilyn to foster joy, freedom and presence in her art classes as she recognises the unbounded benefits from people using art as a practise.

Nat

I’m a self-taught artist from the Gold Coast and use my art to capture domestic spaces. I explore the beautiful and sombre (yet distinctly Australian) moments that exist within the mundane, and that are so strongly felt in moments of quiet contemplation in our own spaces. From the bathroom to the kitchen, to the local pub, these places play the silent backdrop to much of life’s ongoing – where we dissect, examine, label, and draw conclusions to our inner thoughts, troubles, and joys, leaving our distinct mark in each moment.

We work with a range of people in the community and invite people to get involved as it is an enriching experience!

If you are wanting to find out more or get involved please fill use the contact form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible!