Saiki started officially in 2018. It was initially a space of exploration through the form of interviews and articles. It was a very organic process. I didn’t have a particular objective when I started, I was feeling my way through but learning about the holistic practices of experts was a very healing process at a difficult time and helped with my own self discovery journey.
I later aligned my experience of working in events with Saiki and started to take on clients who were looking to integrate experiences around wellbeing, community and sustainability. I realised that although I love curating experiences - I also love connecting with people and wanted to do something that I knew would help people in a more direct way. So after an enlightening conversation with a friend, I pursued my sound healing training.
It was the discovery of sound baths that sparked my own healing journey, so it felt like a full circle moment to be able to share the practice with other people.