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.