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About Victoria Lister
An Esoteric Practitioner's Association (EPA) accredited practitioner of Sacred Esoteric Healing and Esoteric Chakra-puncture, Victoria brings a multitude of life and work experiences to her work at UniMed Brisbane.
A consultant to organisations and people in the nonprofit sector (see Nonprofit Assist for details), a micro-business owner several times over and a qualified chef, she has a Master of Business (Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies) and is currently undertaking a research degree investigating how complementary health modalities are experienced and delivered in workplace and clinical settings.
Deeply committed to community, Victoria has contributed her time and expertise to a range of social projects for many years, including the boards of numerous nonprofit organisations and now, to a research students' collective and a support program for her university peers.
As well as contributing to a range of social projects Victoria also operates Nonprofit Explore, an online platform dedicated to exploring the nonprofit sector and nonprofit organisational life.
Her involvement in Esoteric Women’s Health is another way she expresses her interest in women’s well-being in particular, writing for Women in Livingness magazine, presenting at Women in Livingness workshops and volunteering in Esoteric Women's Health Brisbane. She has also designed a new kind of underpant for women – Longerpants, available to try and buy at UniMed Brisbane and online at Hummingbird Pie.
In addition, Victoria is equally committed to her relationships with her husband, family, friends and colleagues.
Drawing on this rich and varied background, the wisdom of her lived experience and an understanding of the energetic principles that govern life and health, Victoria supports her clients in their work, studies and life.
Emphasis is placed on the body, how it is impacted by our tendency to over-work, the reasons why we choose to over-do, and how we can begin to love ourselves more and still live with purpose.
“Stress and ill-health is the body’s way of telling us something is wrong. When we start listening to our body, and developing the quality of stillness, we discover our biggest ally in work, study and life in general. And it doesn’t mean we’re less productive in life – we’re just doing life in a different way – a way that places a deep regard for self at the heart of everything”.
You can see Victoria for support with:
Victoria is available for individual support sessions for men, women and children at UniMed Brisbane. She is also available for individual and group sessions within organisations locally and nationally by arrangement, and by phone and Skype.
You can also read Victoria's article on Living Well with Hashimoto's.
Over the last 12 months, I have been having regular sessions with Victoria Lister. The exquisite gentleness of her treatments, combined with her practical approach, have lovingly supported me when I have felt stuck in my issues; encouraging me on my journey to feel more love in my body. The sessions are deeply relaxing and restful; thank you, Victoria.
Over the course of weeks Victoria supported me personally to believe in myself enough to take the step to follow through with a difficult situation. Her ability to recognise the qualities in me and communicate them to me in such a way that I felt them for myself, gave me the confidence to be able to start my challenging situation. Victoria was extremely professional in her approach with honest observations and very constructive feedback. She has been instrumental in contributing to my more empowering feeling in myself.