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Staff

Bianca Stawiarski

Facilitator

Bianca Stawiarski is Badimaya woman and mother who is fiercely passionate about supporting and empowering people to heal their own disconnection through unique, culturally safe, holistic and trauma-informed services. She is the founding and Managing Director of Warida Wholistic Wellness, an Indigenous social enterprise and sanctuary supporting community change, one person at a time.

Bianca is a qualified Transformational Coach (Dip. Life Coaching) and trauma-informed counsellor (Master of Counselling Practice) operating at an International level, a certified Horse Archery Instructor (level 2); culturally competent practitioner, Wayapa Wuurrk practitioner (Dip. Wayapa), and a certified Equine Assisted / Animal Assisted Psychotherapist (EPI Model) operating at a national Level. She also has a Bachelor of Aboriginal Studies, amongst other qualifications; and is the Adelaide Regional Coordinator for the Black Coffee Indigenous business network, as well as being a mentor for Indigenous women in business through the Strong Women, Strong Business network.

Bianca’s Connection to Country and belief that we are part of a living, breathing organism rather than being separate from informs who she is. At all times, her Badimaya and Ukrainian heritages, sense of community and holistic approach, underpin her practice.