The Willowaye

We've loved every minute of our journey

Welcome to The Willowaye 

The Willowaye is my passion and life journey. I am extremely dedicated to my chosen life path.

I have been involved and trained for over 20 yrs with First Nation Peoples of Canada, in traditional native ceremonies and practices.

These spiritual teachings have taken me to the First nations Reservations of Canada to participate in traditional healing ceremonies.

I follow and respect the way of the sacred teachings of the elders and teachers I have trained with.

I travel overseas regularly to maintain my own spiritual growth and healing.

My holistic approach and coaching methods toward healing and counselling empowers and encourages people to take responsibility for their wellbeing.

I believe in self-care and encourage people to take control of their life journey. My techniques allow a person to awaken and explore their inner healing and spiritual abilities.

I am a remedial massage therapist and master teacher in Reiki and Seichim.

My Martial Arts career spans 38 years affording me my black belt and instructorship. This led me to the management of my holistic self defence business and the honor of receiving an Inaugural Australian Violence Prevention award for the design and delivery of my programs.


Anni RedEagle 

An Idea is Born

The name Willowaye came about from my deep respect for the 'Willow Tree', it's healing energy, spiritual properties and through a vision I recieved many years ago.

The willow is one of the few trees that can bend in outrageous poses without snapping.

This is a powerful metaphor for those of us on a spiritual path. The message here is to adjust with life rather than fight it.

The willow's ability to not only survive, but thrive in some of the most challenging conditions.

The willow is a prolific grower, often taking root from a single branch that has fallen into some marshy bog.

In all, the willow reminds us to take heed of this lesson: Keep growing and reaching higher no matter where you are planted.

To be like the willow tree is to be grounded, stand proud and strong while being flexible enough to bend and move with the winds of change.