Feb 3 Wise Women’s Circle poster

Posted on Jan 22, 2016

Click to download Womenspace Poster-promotion


in a garden in The Gap…

Posted on Aug 14, 2015

Micro twilight flyer

new work and New York!

Posted on Aug 14, 2015

I’ve been asked to contribute a piece for violin, flute, percussion and piano to an upcoming concert at the Queensland Conservatorium (facebook event Amazing Women #4) and am using Wholebody Focusing as my underpinning compositional approach. Apart from generating a relatively small amount of specifically musical material, facilitating fresh ways of playing and listening for both performers and audience feels like my main role. The piece will be an exploration in sound of a newly crystallised practise I’ve developed called Invoking the Living Body of Wholeness.

AND I’ve been awarded a Janet Klein scholarship to attend the Focusing Weeklong in New York in November. I was elated to find this out in mid-Winter, and am finally back ‘online’ with the first hints of Spring to share it here : )



People to whom Wholebody Focusing relevants itself

Posted on May 15, 2015

Karen Whalen’s words –

  • Anyone wanting to learn a relationally-based BodyMind practise of awareness
  • Somatic and Energetically Based Health Care Professionals
  • Anyone wanting to discover their own living body of wholeness in a practical, safe and supportive environment
  • Anyone wanting to connect with the inner resource of their own Body Wisdom
  • Any Health Care Professionals wanting to use the inter-relational or inter-subjective field as an active change agent


My (inexhaustive) list –

  • researchers into bodymind phenomena
  • GPs, paediatricians, psychologists, psychiatrists, philosophers
  • allied health practitioners
  • faith-based practitioners
  • bodyworkers, movement based practitioners
  • creative artists
  • creative arts therapists
  • writers, health/science reporters
  • social entrepeneurs
  • community facilitators and experience designers

But does she have Translucent eyelids?

Posted on Apr 29, 2015

Just now thought of Translucent eyelids, a poem that came to me in the middle of the night in December last year. Entering into a Wholebody Focusing space, the experience came first. Then, I took up the challenge of documenting it in poetic form. This was well before Jenni Cargill-Strong and I had planned our Sunday afternoon 3 May storytelling, music and movement reTreat for women.

Must have had a direct line to Baba Yaga!


Translucent eyelids

Copyright 2014 Lynette Lancini

Claw Mother wakes me at 2:30am

hooting me in

with her prehensile chin.

I scratch, and ground.

Wide of consciousness and west of online

she wants me to strike her breath into sound.

Cognition, a cannula that gets in the way

of Claw Mother scraping her name.


Mending pile,

messy papers,

single sock.

Patterns of language, thinking and speech,

possible manoeuvres laid out like sheets –

the neat folded concepts

the gizzard in the night has

translucent eyelids. Is she alright?


Scraping these shapes of about is not it:

abouting, promenading, these words are like scats

pointing to where she has scratched.

Single PDF flyer for 3 workshops in Wholebody Focusing

Posted on Apr 12, 2015

Here’s a downloadable A4 brief of the May 28 and June 1-3 and 4-5 trainings I’m co-facilitating with Karen Whalen – 3 workshops in Wholebody Focusing

Hello and Welcome

Posted on Mar 17, 2015

Welcome to Wholebody Creative Change. I am a Wholebody Focusing trainer and creative musician. The site is under construction, so check back soon and it will have grown!

Thanks, Lynette.

To learn more about the practice of Wholebody Focusing, visit founder Kevin McKevenue’s site wholebodyfocusing.com