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  • Areas of Interest provides a strong indicator of issues, in which, a practitioner will be most knowledgeable. (See Practitioner more info)
  • Distance is not a restriction. Practitioners use online video conferencing (skype, zoom etc), to connect with their clients anywhere in the world.
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Bronwyn Lea Davis

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Founder & OwnerChoose Life HealingTRTP & Life Empowerment Practitioner
Work 3 Kite Street Upper Kedron QLD 4055 AustraliaWork Phone: 07 2104 2624Cell Phone: 0400042011Website:

Biographical Info

After 20 plus years working as an intuitive energy healer and guided visual meditation teacher, alongside her “day job” as a freelance journalist, Bronwyn discovered TRTP through her own healing journey. Three difficult pregnancies and births (and resulting post-natal depression), caring for her partner who suffered with chronic PTSD and 3 young children (all on the Autism Spectrum and one a T1 Diabetic), and a lifetime of dealing with her own issues of anxiety, depression, and chronic illness, including Fibromyalgia and CFS, saw her on the brink of a physical and mental breakdown in 2016. After walking out of her first TRTP session pain free and feeling energised for the first time in her adult life, Bronwyn knew she had to train in this incredible modality to become a Practitioner. From her home office in country Victoria, Bronwyn works predominantly with women, using her own story to inspire and demonstrate that it’s entirely possible to change their narrative from one of pain, grief, guilt and shame to self acceptance, love, joy, abundance and empowerment.


Bronwyn’s area of interest is in empowering women who’ve been suffering with anxiety, depression, stress, PTSD, chronic illness and pain, and extreme self worth and confidence issues for most of their life. Bronwyn is particularly passionate about helping women overcome traumatic, painful and distressing birth experiences, and looking at alternative ways to better support and guide women through this most critical time.

Categories: Australia, Practitioners, Victoria
Updated 5 months ago.