Hello, I’m Celeste, an educator, yogi and art therapist in training.

Presently, I’m pursuing a Master of Arts, Art Therapy at LASALLE College of the Arts on the postgraduate Merit Award scholarship. Through a thesis and clinical practice, I’m developing my own ethically-grounded art psychotherapy practice. Meanwhile, I remain curious on how movement and creativity could bolster our wellbeing, especially in later life.

It feels like I have spent my last decade in two worlds. The first, a thick jungle of numbers, rules, and ambition; and the other, a wordless space where “sense” and “meaning” are a fluid work-in-progress. Both have enriched me with insights into how we flourish and the everyday habits that make a difference – things I write about on this blog.

In my downtime, I travel, explore, and collect freckles while trying not to ruin my adventure pants. Interestingly, 17 countries later, I have proven myself more homing pigeon than nomadic albatross. Besides seeking movement, I often seek stillness with yoga and meditation.

Enjoy the read and feel free to connect.