About Greg

(aka Arjuna)

As well as facilitating Men’s support Circles I also work as a Researcher; focusing on Men’s Health and Holistic Psychology. I also work as a Presenter, Publisher, Writer and Musician.

With a background in Teaching Drama and Creative / Therapeutic Movement; I have also worked as a practitioner of Shiatsu and Reflexology, Counsellor, Stress Management Consultant, Laughter Yoga leader, Administrator and Tour Guide.

My interests include decades of researching the human condition, specifically, what makes for optimal wellbeing, wholeness, meaning and purpose in life.

As part of my main focus of offering Transformational Education, I served for ten years in various roles as Administrator with ‘Deva Wings Publications,’ Secretary for ‘The Theosophical School of Healing,’ and as co-Director of ‘The Transformational College of Education.’

I also have extensive experience facilitating groups in Stress Management, Mindfulness and Relaxation, and presenting on Holistic Health and Wellbeing. My spare time is dedicated to researching Depth Psychology and how to support Men’s Personal Development. 

In the past I have travelled widely, including many journeys to Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway, America, Canada and New Zealand. My passion includes Documentary and Travel Photography and visiting Sacred sites around the world.

From 1989 through 1999 I worked alongside psychologist and author Tarajyoti Govinda helping to establish and co-run ‘Deva Wings Publications’ and a private teaching College offering a Diploma in Transformational Counselling (1998-2001)

For more than 30 years I have researched Mental Health and Wellbeing including Honorary work in running the weekly Daylesford Laugh Yoga Club for more than 4 years.

In late 2017, I established the Daylesford Men’s support Group which has been running weekly or fortnightly since then. A list of some excellent reference books is included in Resources under Recommended Reading

 In 2016 I wrote a memoir titled ‘Towards the Lion’, to share something of the many rare lessons I have been privileged to experience in this school of life.

“Being Male:
seeking peace”

In ‘Being Male : seeking peace’ I have explored the idea of what might fulfil a man in todays world. To question just what is important to you, as you steer your direction in life. In a collective sense, how we have suffered, and more importantly, what we can do about it.