Events at Heartwood are designed to bring mind and body into harmony 

31st March 2022


Ash Barty’s mindset coach Ben Crowe is not surprised that mindset coaches are in greater demand than ever before, saying the pandemic has challenged everyone to deal with things they cannot control.

Crowe says not getting distracted by all the “uncontrollables” was crucial to helping Barty break the country’s 44-year drought for Australian women at their home grand slam.

While we can’t all be Ash Barty, our event with Emma Judges (A-CFHC) is designed to help you learn about perspective and behaviour change, while focusing on our intrinsic motivations rather than the outcome and expectations of others.

When Emma suggested a talk at Heartwood, I had to confess that I had no idea what a ‘coach’ could do for someone like me, so I sat down for a visioning session with her. I emerged with more clarity, positivity and self-assuredness, and could not recommend this experience highly enough.

So here we are – looking forward to seeing you at Heartwood on the 31st of March at 6pm, or via video conference should you wish to attend virtually.


Emma Judges is an adapt certified functional health coach through the Kresser Institute; a Member of The Institute of Coaching at McLean, Harvard Medical School; and a Professional member of HCANZA (Health Coaches of Australia and New Zealand). She works in private practice as well as consulting at Advanced Functional Medicine.


Thursday 31st March
6 - 7pm
Option to attend in-store at Heartwood, Cottesloe or via video link
$40 per person
Places are limited

Video link will be provided upon purchase of ticket.

Email for any questions. 

31st March 2022


Heartwood's Sound Baths aim to guide you to a deep meditative state while you're enveloped in ambient sounds and the scent of Indian sandalwood.

Tantric meditation teacher Anna Balston and Crystal Sound Therapist Rebecca Moore combine the transformative powers of sound, yin yoga and meditation to create an immersive healing and relaxation experience.


$40 per person, places are limited. 

Email for any questions. 


The use of music for healing is nothing new. From Aboriginal didgeridoos to ancient Geek sound vibrations, music has been used to induce relaxation, and even aid digestion & treat mental disturbance for thousands of years. 
A 2009* study proved that music could lower blood pressure, decrease pulse rate and assist the parasympathetic nervous system. 
So join us with Tantric Meditation Teacher Anna Balston and Crystal Sound Therapist Rebecca Moore for a deep relaxation session amplified by the scent of Indian sandalwood.  
Wednesday evenings only.
6pm - 7pm
Guests often stay to mingle and chat afterwards.  
Maximum 21 people. 
Complimentary tea for all guests after the sound bath. 
Grazing boards or BYO food options available.
Feel free to chat to us about catering options. 
Email for more information and to organise your private sound bath.