WHO WE ARE
We are personal and organisational healers,
we are global, we are part of something bigger than us, we work with and from emergence, expansion, growth, connection, playfulness, love, integration
and of course, unity.
About Our Purpose
Our purpose at Unity House is to shift consciousness in individuals, organisations and communities.
Shifting consciousness means working with people to awaken to their highest wisdom and potential, and to create new patterns in their lives to align with these. As people awaken they are able to live in a place of flow, ease, creativity and unity.
About Unity House
Unity House is comprised of highly experienced coaches, mentors, strategists, innovators, healers and facilitators, who work across sectors and generations. Unity Houses directors and associates are unified by our shared vision of shifting consciousness for a better world.
Unity House operates in Europe, the US and Australasia, but started on Waiheke, a small island off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand.
Our Way of Working:
Everything is included
About Our People
We are personal and organisational healers, we are global, we are part of something bigger than us, we work with and from emergence, expansion, growth, connection, playfulness, love, integration
and of course, unity.
Louise Marra, author, systems healer and facilitator, works to create a new world from building deep and transformative capacity within individuals, organisations and systems. Her own leadership experience has spanned all sectors having held senior leadership and governance roles within Government, the private sector, philanthropy and the NGO sector. She has been an advisor to the Prime Minister, is a director of a company, led a collaborative government office, and has set-up a number of social and environmental innovation and restorative systems processes, labs and organisations . This experience and her training in Collective and Intergenerational Trauma, Somatic therapies and Jungian and Transpersonal Psychology has bought together a unique combination to help transform the patterns that keep people and systems stuck.
Her passion is to help build the next era of conscious leadership and conscious organisations and relationships robust enough to enable radical innovation for an emergent approach to personal, social and environmental change. She believes deep connection to our own, others, the environment and the wisdom around us in all of life, enables greater possibility for growth and transformation at all levels. Louise is both Ngāi Tūhoe and Ngati Pakeha, and deeply grounded in indigenous principles.
She has founded ReRoot, a nature connection and systems change social enterprise and book, co-founded The Pakeha Project, a restorative leadership approach to decolonisation, is a catalyst for the Centre for Social Impact, and runs her own company, Unity House. She designs bespoke programmes for individuals, organisations and systems. Her methods are both impactful and unique, drawing on a range of experience such as systemic constellations, creativity, healing practices, nervous system orientation, nature connection and resourcing.
Rebecca Sinclair is Co-founder of the Pākehā Project and Associate Professor at Toi Rauwhārangi, College of Creative Arts, at Massey University Wellington. Having held senior roles in the College and University since 2008, she has a wealth of leadership and governance experience and 25 years of expertise in creative arts teaching and learning. She is an alum of the New Zealand Leadership Programme.
Rebecca’s research focuses on the role of Pākehā in decolonisation, exploring the relationship between complex dynamic systems and embodied practice, and the role of creativity in disrupting dominant paradigms. She loves helping people to reconnect with themselves, each other, and the more-than-human world, and using creativity to expand people’s conception of what is possible beyond what they might expect.
With a background in science and the arts, Rebecca likes nothing better than to explore the interconnections between apparently disparate things, and to always seek out what sits underneath the surface. She has a Bachelor of Science, a Bachelor of Architecture with Honours, and a Master of Architecture. Of Pākehā (Scottish and English) descent, Rebecca lives in Wellington with her four daughters and a cat.
Born in Tāmaki-Makaurau (Auckland), Aotearoa (New Zealand) and raised in different parts of both islands, this beautiful and sacred land runs through Tui to her very core whilst she simultaneously sits in her Pākehā (NZ European) experience and learns how to be in relationship in a meaningful way with this land and it’s people.
Impacted by the challenges we faced socially and environmentally, Tui began running incubators around the business of social change but soon was on her own personal journey navigating and then healing from isolation, anxiety, depression, unhealthy relationship dynamics and burnouts.
Tui inevitably became drawn to supporting others and trained as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner™ , PACT® practitioner (Pyschobiological Approach to Couple Therapy), DARe™ practitioner, Professional integral coach, Restorative yoga teacher, NVC mediator and co-founded Held and The Pākehā Project (Pākehā leaders decolonising themselves).
Tui loves being close to nature whether that be in the garden, near expanses of water or in the native bush of Aotearoa.
Zac works with young professionals and leaders to transform their approach to work and life in order to achieve balance and wellbeing.
After working for a number of years as a lawyer in a top tier New Zealand law firm, Zac trained as a coach with a particular interest in his professional cohort.
Zac understands the challenges faced by his generation professionally and personally and draws on training in coaching and mindfulness to work with individuals and organisations to harness young professional potential without the risk of burnout. As well as experience in law and public policy, Zac has significant youth leadership experience of his own and is an alumni of the Global Young Leaders Conference.
Zac works with young professionals to help them grow and build resilience for their careers and has experience with tools to manage anxiety, high stress and insomnia - all of which he says have made an incredible contribution to his own life.
Zac has an LLB(hons) and a BA from the University of Auckland and works in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Sinead has a background in both B2B and B2C marketing, specialising in content creation, design and marketing automation. Sinead's main interests lie in developing content that helps businesses to define their voice and personality and enable them to reach like-minded individuals and companies.
Working in a variety of industries including law, travel, health, aged care and disability, Sinead brings a broad range of experience and insights to her marketing and communications strategy.
Along with professional experience, Sinead has also represented Australia in baseball, winning a silver medal at the 2010 Women's World Cup in Venezuela. This unique journey has allowed Sinead to build her work ethic, resilience, courage and determination, all of which have infiltrated and now define the values in her professional life.
Sinead has a Bachelor of Psychology and a Masters of Marketing, along with additional certifications in Google Analytics, SEO and Adobe Suite.
We have a broad network of individuals that we bring in to work as we see fit.