Lee Couch

Ancient Knowledge
| Global Change

Wellbeing Facilitator and Educator

Lee Couch is an Aboriginal woman from the Gamilaroi Tribe in Northern NSW with connections to Moree. Through her business, she expresses her lifelong learning, healing journey, and culture. Her devotion to advocating for healing, sustainable change, and social equity is dedicated to her beautiful daughter Gemma and the future generations.

She was born and raised on the traditional lands in Naarum (Melbourne) and currently lives on her adopted homelands, nested in the medicine and connection to Country. Breathtaking views, surrounded by the hill, mountains, and sacred waterways, rivers, lakes, and waterfalls on the traditional lands of the Dhudhuroa, Waywurru & Taungurung Peoples in the Victorian Alps. 

For more than 15 years, Lee has inspired wellness and education with a focus on traditional practices in mental health care and wellbeing.  

She is passionate about the value of traditional knowledge and promotes culturally responsive approaches that honor and empower individuals' cultural heritage in mental health treatment and support strategies for prevention. Incorporating traditional wisdom and practices into mental health care is key to sustainable living and a deeper understanding of the world.  

By respecting the traditional wisdom and practices and integrating it into modern society, we can promote a more comprehensive approach to well-being. This exploration of the benefits of traditional knowledge in today’s world will illuminate its critical role in shaping our current existence and pointing us toward a balanced and sustainable future. 

Lee qualifications extend to Kinesiology,
Mindfulness & Meditation Teacher, Dadirri, Spiritual Leadership, Regression Therapy and
Access Consciousness Facilitator. She holds a CIV in Training and Assessment, is
an accredited Wayapa® Wuurrk Practitioner, We-Al-Li Facilitator and
Regenerative Practitioner.



Nurture your mind, body and soul through an Earth connection at one of Lee's transformative retreats. Set amidst mountains, waterfalls and bushland on beautiful Taungurung / Dhudhuroa, Waywurru & Jatmathang Country. 

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Take advantage of Lee's wealth of experience in Aboriginal therapy modalities such as Wayapa Wuurrk (cultural meditation and movement) and Dadirri (deep listening to Country).

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Working with Young People & Schools

Lee is passionate about ensuring our young people connect authentically with Culture, and Identify with pride. Lee welcomes opportunities to collaborate with schools and other organisations that work with young people.

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Lee's essential oil products evolved from her knowledge and skills in the area of Aboriginal ways of healing with Country, the traditional methods our people used through ritual and bush medicine.

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Upcoming Events

Dadirri Retreat - November 2023

Dadirri Retreat - November 2023

Dates: 25th & 26th Nov, 2023
Location: Alpine Shire (Buckland Valley)
Total Price: $1,300.00 (incl GST)

Dadirri translates to deep listening in the languages of the Aboriginal peoples of the Daly River region (Northern Territory, Australia). This retreat offers you an opportunity to explore the spiritual practice of Dadirri, deep listening to country and self through methods that influence a deep understanding and respect for Aboriginal mindfulness.

This retreat may include:

  • Welcome Ceremony
  • 2 Day Workshop
  • Accommodation
  • Catering
  • All Resources
  • Yidaki & Story Telling
  • Bus Transfers 

Meet Lee

Lee is dedicated to her creation in helping in the healing of her people and all peoples. She has uniquely created a world that welcomes you to connect.

Her business purpose is to work toward
change and closing the gap by creating
pathways that allow culture to be visible
and accessible. She is passionate about
change, education, and helping heal all
people across our generations.
She has a deep desire, as she travels through
two worlds, to inspire global change.

She acknowledges her Creator Spirit Byamee- Father Sky and all Creator Spirits across our land, Aboriginal Australia.  

Acknowledgement of Country

Lee Couch acknowledges the traditional lands of the Taungurung/ Dhudhuroa people on which she, works, lives and plays. She acknowledges all Country across this place we call home, Aboriginal Australia.