Diamond Approach® in Australia

Diamond Essence Australia (DEA) was established in 1992. Currently there are students in Sydney, Byron Bay, Cairns, Brisbane, Melbourne, Wollongong, the Blue Mountains, Perth, Adelaide, Tasmania, the Northern Territory and the ACT. There are also students in New Zealand and Singapore.

The DEA teaching team is made up of  Jean Berwick and Anne Laney, together with Andreas Mouskos, Jo Habib, Jane Armytage, Karen Brewer, Laurie Wattell and Ashley Wain.

Diamond Essence Australia announces a new ongoing Diamond Approach retreat group (DEA7) opens in June 2017 and is now accepting ongoing applications to begin individual sessions with a Diamond Approach teacher.

All Diamond Approach retreats are held in Sydney. Anyone is welcome to apply who can make the commitment to thrice yearly retreats in Sydney in January, June and October.

Experience a ‘Taste of the Diamond Approach’ via free, standalone, online Webinars which are open to anyone in the world. Webinars occur every six weeks on Saturday mornings from 9-11 am (Sydney time) with experienced Diamond Approach teachers.

Everything you need to know about the new group (DEA7) and the webinars is available on the DEA website www.diamondessence.com.au

To learn more about the Diamond Approach in Australia:

Visit: www.diamondessence.com.au

Call:  02 9423 6976 and Rosanna will get back to you

Email: enquiries@diamondessence.com.au

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