About me

Hello. I’m a lover of Ashtanga yoga, living consciously & being mentally, emotionally & physically healthy. I’m passionate about clear & brave communication and people who are unafraid to be themselves.

One day I may write about my life. Not now though and never all of it. It’s too long, complex and quite frankly not important.

Suffice to say that I have led a crazy life, a colourful life and a bit of a rebellious life. I’ve also delved deeply into philosophy, yoga, communication and more recently have a geek like passion for neuroscience and the research that is evolving out of this vast and fascinating field, as it pertains to behavioural adaptation and change.

Have I messed up? Yes. Do I try to sort it out? Every time. Does it always work? No. And that’s OK. I’ve stopped trying to please everyone else.

However, this business isn’t about me, it’s about you.

I’d love to know about who you are. What makes you tick and what’s stopping you from speaking your truth, living authentically and being brave.

Call, text or message me so we can have an honest conversation about what’s going on and how I can help.

bonnie@bonnieoneill.co.nz
+64 21 02037733

Live well. Be brave. Shine.


Credentials

  • Masters in International Communication (MIC)
  • Graduate Diploma in Professional Coaching (G.D.Prof.Coach)
  • Currently studying on the Grad.Dip in Psychotherapy (AUT)
  • 30+ years Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga practice & teaching (YA200, YA500)
  • Certificates in Hatha Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga and Mindfulness
  • Mum – Business Owner – Nonconformist since 1972

Testimonials

I would like to recommend Bonnie O’Neill to present at your teamwork strategic planning days. Bonnie took my research group which includes senior researchers though to young students on a journey of discovery! We had some reluctant participants but by the end of the hour the whole team was participating in Mindfulness and Bonnie left us much more peaceful and I would say more receptive of ideas. Bonnie is both gentle and challenging and was more than a breath of fresh air for those of us who have been put through the team bonding game ringer more than once too often! It has been more than two weeks since our day and people are still talking about the benefit of Bonnie’s work with us.

School of Biological Sciences
Director of Joint Graduate School in Dairy Research and Innovation
Centre For Brain Research
University of Auckland

Professor Russell Snell