What is Body Harmony?

Body Harmony is a Transformation Art.

The art of transformation is in transcending an old way of being, an old way of thinking, an old way of breathing or moving, by bringing consciousness, awareness, breath and movement to areas of your body where there may not have been movement, and creating something completely new and previously unknown.

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Body Secrets by Don McFarland

A Handbook for Body workers, Healers and Other Apprentice Sorcerers

Unwinding your Historical Limitations

. If you let it, Your body will tell its secrets. And having told them, will be free to move on. This is a book about listening to those secrets.

About the Author:

“Don has harmonized the secrets of all the different schools and knows how to teach their synthesis. I only wish his hands were big enough to fit around the entire planet – then tectonic stresses and fault lines would be smoothed and eased in a quet way without earthquakes or eruptions”

Fredric Lehrman Founder of Nomad University



For me, Body Harmony is becoming a wonderful way to explore, test and clarify what ‘reality’ is to me.  It is also becoming a great tool for creating happiness for myself and those around me.

– Brendan Allen

Body Harmony is a blessing. To have a powerful tool that connects you to a deeper understanding of what is occurring on the unconscious level is the difference between living and succeeding.

– Marcus Chacos

Today I came I with a very painful sacral area, having crashed off a bike. I came away without the pain, being able to walk freely and not painful to put pressure on the sacrum area (left side). An extreme relief!

– Sally White

Body Harmony with Robyn is a healing experience that almost defies description. I suspect that no two recipients could agree on a common definition for what they have experienced.
Bearing that in mind, I shall attempt to put words to my experience of Body Harmony:
Softening, releasing; recalling; melting of resistance and restriction; dissipation of long held patterns of tension; creation of internal space; release of old and unhelpful emotions that have constrained posture and movement; shifting old pain; freedom of movement and an opening to new possibilities, both physical and emotional. Feeling safe at all times
Robyn’s work is simply extraordinary!
Jean Walker
Art Therapist

– Jean Walker



Body Harmony Techniques – Sponging to Invite Movement

The magic of the ocean Walking along the beach at Noosa, the water lapped against my feet along the waters edge. The water washed up and back from the beach. The movement of the water mesmerised me as it washed in, reached its edge and then pulled back. The water merged and reformed as it […]

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Body Harmony in Nature exercise

Connecting with Nature can be therapeutic and healing, and even used to help solve problems. I love going for early morning walks or drives, Nature never fails to give me a gift for the day. Here is a simple nature connect exercise that you can use help embody an intention. Start with an intention, then […]

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harmonise through body harmony

How Do You Make Decisions?

Robyn Barraclough from Canberra Body Harmony School asks “Do you make decisions from your heart or from you mind, using logic and intellect or using gut instincts?’ Often we have a predominant way of operating, and other people may express it in the way they describe us: •    She wears her heart on her sleeve […]

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Body Harmony session with Robyn Barraclough

Combining Tissue Salts Therapy and Body Harmony For Better Outcomes

Robyn Barraclough from Canberra Body Harmony School has been in practice as a therapist for over 15 years and says: “Over that time, I have been searching for techniques and treatments that will make my sessions more effective and improve outcomes. As part of this continuous improvement I have been monitoring how long it takes […]

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Move consciously to your coffee break.

Finding An Excuse to Move Differently

  Robyn Barraclough, Herbalist, Homeopath, and Body Harmony practitioner runs courses and workshops at the Canberra Body Harmony School. A recent workshop, The Magic of Movement focussed on body movement and how it can shift perspectives. As a result of the experiences in this workshop Robyn offers advice on how to use movement to enhance […]

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Do you love exercise or do you struggle?

Are you someone who loves movement, can’t wait to get to your next exercise class, dance class, gym session or play your next game? I’ll bet that if you suffer an injury and can’t do your class, or play your game, you will do anything to get moving again as quickly as possible. Or are […]

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Body Ease - Enjoy Moving freely like this on the beach

How Easily Does Your Body Move?

Movement for some people is easy, yet others find it difficult. Their joints aren’t fluid, there may be pain, there may be discomfort, the movement may be restricted as it accommodates a perceived injury. Robyn Barraclough of Canberra Body Harmony School tells us  “I see this particularly after an injury or accident. The affected area […]

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Help Your Kids Be Healthy

Learn How To Use Tissue Salts For Healthy Kids, On This Weekend

“Lots of wonderful examples, experiences and stories. The information is not only interesting, and fascinating, but provides one with a basis for learning how to care for one’s family and health.” Sandra Hartmann – participant last year. Canberra Body Harmony School is holding a short introductory course in how to use Tissue Salts to support […]

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A Golden Moment

Some Moments are Gold

Robyn Barraclough, who is a Dorothy Hall trained Herbalist, Homeopath, International Body Harmony Teacher and Mother had this heart-warming story to tell us this week – “My daughter was really angry and upset yesterday, so I sat with her last night and breathed with her, and she relaxed and calmed. Today when her younger brother […]

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Holiday fun

Shifting from Holiday Mode to Work Mode

Have you given yourself some time out for the Christmas and New Year season? Time out, holidays or time to relax is an important part of being able to function effectively. Our bodies need rest and recovery. Whether its time out each day, or time out after a certain period of time, it gives the […]

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