When Ashley attended the ManKind Project NWTA training in 2011, he realised what he wanted to do. He wanted to learn how to facilitate complex emotional work. He experienced a transformation in himself that day and witnessed the other men on the training have similar life-changing experiences.
He developed a keen interest in Psychology and spent the next few years learning about different aspects of psychology, human behaviour and different ways to work with emotional trauma.
Of all the modalities he explored, he found Shadow Work to be the most effective in healing limiting beliefs and resolving past trauma that impacts a person’s current behaviour and general emotional health.
In 2018 Ashley decided to expand his offering of trauma healing therapy by becoming a Biodynamic Massage Therapist. To further assist clients in being able to unlock the trauma they have experienced, which is not only stored in memories and behavioural patterns in the brain but also stored in the physical body.
Since 2014 he has been coaching one to one and still returns to staff ManKind Project training to give back to the community that bought him to the work of personal development and healing trauma.