About Michelle Seelig


“I’m all about sharing my knowledge in a quest to help others find the tools and inspiration they need to pursue a life of happiness, wellness, meaningful connection, peace of mind and a healthy relationship with themselves.”

Michelle Portrait with Dog

Michelle Seelig works as a Counsellor, Coach and Mindfulness Educator. She holds a Masters Degree in Creative Arts In Therapy, a Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Bachelor of Education with a double major in Dance and Media Studies.  She is a Mindfulness Meditation Teacher registered with the Meditation Association of Australia, a  Level 2 Yoga Teacher registered with Yoga Australia, and a registered Coach.

Michelle’s work combines the wisdom of mind-body medicine with evidence-based counselling approaches, mindfulness techniques, positive psychology tools and therapeutic art-based strategies to heal the whole person and achieve a true sense of wellbeing.

Michelle contends that we have the power to transform the habitual patterns that keep us stuck in perpetual cycles of stress, grief, anxiety, depression, or addiction, and step into greater freedom and peace. She offers practical strategies to calm the anxious mind, transform negative emotions, and facilitate greater self acceptance, freedom and inner peace.

With clear guidance, whole-hearted support and consistent practice we can all wake up to the thoughts, behaviours and coping strategies that keep us stuck, and create a life of optimal happiness and wellbeing.

Adopting a holistic approach to wellbeing involves understanding that the mind and body are interconnected and inseparable systems; if we neglect one, the other suffers. Optimal care therefore requires us to look after both. Whilst modern medicine has largely continued to treat the mind and body as two separate entities, in the past 30 years, research into the link between health and emotions, behaviour, relationships and personality has moved both research and treatment from the fringe of biomedical science into the mainstream. Mind-body science offers the self-care aspect that completes the health picture.