My specialty is helping my clients spot and resolve hidden needless energy drainers, so they can show up with enthusiasm for what's truly important and deeply meaningful to them - day after day without feeling depleted.

So excited to have you here!

When my “keep pushing through” attitude to mask my cPTSD turned into burn-out and vertigo (Meniere’s disease)... EVERYTHING in my life was literally spinning out of control

Is work or busyness a coping mechanism for you too?

But leaving you feel empty and depleted inside

Back then, I jumped from one career to the next, getting yet another new qualification. Volunteering. Running support groups. Market stalls. Conducting medical research projects. Buying + selling homes….

From the outside it looked like things were great and there were sparks of excitement with each “new”.

But nothing was enough to fill that inner emptiness or satisfy that deeper longing...

Years of therapy trying to process childhood stuff didn’t fill that emptiness either

Neither did my obsession studying anything psychology, human behaviour, self-development, nutrition, human physiology… for decades. All the way to PhD in internal medicine.

I was Busy. Empty. Depleted. And felt so Defeated.

 

I was doing all the things society praises, but it didn’t work for me. I was stuck spinning and feeling drained...

 

You see, I lost track of how many qualifications in what I have. Because deep down success was defined differently. Deep down I knew that I was meant for something different. I had a big dream.

But I was riddled with self-doubt. Insecurities. Fear.

 

Who the heck am I to work on super ambitious dreams?

My mind was ever so creative coming up with endless reasons of why not me and why not now. Can you relate?

 

No one taught us how to manage your MIND!

I was determined to figure this out! I wanted to be productive and making progress without feeling depleted or burnt out. Get out of my deep-rooted busyness pattern and focus on what lights me up so my soul can sparkle and shine. 

 

Laser focused on getting my next steps soul-aligned meeting my unique needs so that I can move forward with ease, freedom, lightness, joy, enthusiasm… all that good stuff.

Isn’t that what we all want more of in life!!

And you so deserve to have in your life!! Regardless of how people treated you in the past, how they made you feel about yourself or what they said is possible for you.

Finally feeling vibrant even at the end of the day, fulfilled and connected to our deeper purpose just feels so MAGICAL!

I'd love for you to have more that magicalness in your life too 🥰️

These days I geek out helping my clients find and plug their energy leaks. Finding CREATIVE SOLUTIONS (my superpower) that fit like a glove for them to plug their leaks for good, replenish energy stores and from then on work and give from the overflow.

Goodbye Burnout! Hello Vibrancy!

More Flow. More Harmony. More Balance. More Peace.

What if it's our birthright to design a life where we are marching towards those BIG Ambitious Dreams with grounded beautiful CONFIDENCE and feeling so so vibrant!

Yeah! Let your soul sparkle and shine!

 

I am an Inner Spark Activator. That means I help driven business owners and entrepreneurs leverage their unique power, re-program old coping habits and create the life they love wihtout guilg, self-minimising, aloneness, pushing and forcing, using my magical blend of neuroscience and radical self-awareness.

In my private program my clients go deep on these 4 pillars:

⭐️ Activate your inner compass and get clear on your true needs so that you can step forward in your life and business with certainty and joy

⭐️ Strengthen your healthy boundaries so you can stop leaking energy and feel in control of your life and business

⭐️ Activate your inner resources and radical self-awareness and appoint yourself as a CEO of your inner world

⭐️ Discover the hidden power of your emotions and how to harness it to your highest benefit with love

... Bring lasting peace to your inner world by the use of neuroscience so you don’t get knocked of centre by external circumstances anymore

 

 

Being in full soul alignment not only energises and creates a vibrant fulfilling life for yourself, but also transforms the relationship we have with ourselves, other earthlings and mother nature.

It affects all areas of your life. It’s contagious in a beautiful way.

 

Plugging energy leaks, building a strong stable foundation and connecting to inner resourcefulness didn’t just change my life. Here are some of my clients shifts 

… Sonja stopped saying “yes” to everything, stood up for her boundaries with friends, and deepened her intimate relationship, feeling joy again and “free”.

… Martin is more connected and intune with himself, sees and owns the value of his work and is aware of what creates his energy leaks at work and knows how to plug them quickly if not preempt them.

… Sandra knows which invitations she needs to say "no" to, because they leave her feeling drained and exhausted. She found creative ways doing this with grace. She feels now "more in control of her energy and mood". 


If you are like "OMG I want to know how to get rid of those energy leaks, I am sick of feeling depleted!" Then I invite you to book a free Energy Leak Diagnostic call with me. On the call we can also chat about where you are at and where you'd like to be, and see if it's right for us to work together.

Book your Energy Diagnostic Here

 

Credentials...

Certified Strategic Intervention Coach and trained in Activation™ Method by my mentors Mark & Magali Peysha, and Energy Coach

I bring past learnings in psychology, human behaviour, high performance, acceptance commitment therapy, Inner child work… into my coaching sessions and combine them with knowledge I gathered from all my trainings and qualifications, including Doctor of Philosophy PhD (Internal Medicine), Bachelor in Biomedical Science, Honours (Pharmacology), Associate Degree In Medical Laboratory Science, Diploma in Pre-school and Kindergarten teaching (ABA therapist for children with autism), 

I presented research finding at big medical conferences, published a number of peer-reviewed research papers in medical journals, some that even had impact on Australian Government Policy making level.

Fun fact, I am also a qualified chef and that’s a fraction of what I did in my life, as I always worked in multiple fields simultaneously.

Clearly had a LOOOT of work to do on breaking my busyness patterns and getting out of workaholic mode...

Now, loving my simple life, rich in purpose and full of joy

 

Here are some photos of my younger self, the daydreamer who designed and created my ambitious dreams :)

 

...ooops that's also me...

I used to be a chef and sew my own chef uniform without a pattern. I rarely follow recipes either 

Age 19/20 my friend and I travelled around Australia for nearly 6 months. We bought a datsun and went for it. Back when life was social media and handy free. ultimate freedom and adventure...

With every inner transformation and a new me emerging, I rearrange all my furniture that is not bolted down. It's a must to complete the transition, no matter what else is going on

My high school was at a catholic convent boarding school. I stayed there for the first 2 years. At age 16 I moved into share accomodation with my friends - woohoo to party time

My grandma showed me how to knit socks at age 12 back in Austria. I still wear knitted socks even though I live in subtropical Queensland now. My toes get cold easily.

I quit it all after 2 decades working, studying, researching, teaching in the medical field at universities, pathology labs and hospitals. I now know longer belief in western medicine approach to restoring health.

I was reading spiritual and self-development books by age 12! Richard Bach's "Die Möwe Jonathan" was one of my first and shaped my life. To this day I keep checking in "what would Jonathan do in this situation"?

It felt heavenish to move into my first home age 26. I was still on 3rd year apprentice chef wage, but I managed to proof a bank manager that I could pay of a house morgage. I was a master at finances. 

Seeing animals being butchered broke my heart. so I stopped eating meat when I was 8 years old. My mum was cool about it and made sure there was extra veg for me

I used to be petrified about public speaking. To reach my dream I had to get excellent at it. I practiced so much that my cat walked out giving em the "not again" look. I won an award for best presentation at a big medical conference with doctors and researchers.

Leaving the smallest footprint on this planet is top priority. I never use my A/C, avoid packaging, buy local fuit and veg, walk when I can, use things till they can't be fixed anymore... for a few years I even turned of the hotwater system

My clothes must be the well worn in type that feel soft and comfy. Haven't come across bras that fit those criteria yet. So I saved a lot of money going braless

I love the old theatres in Austria, musicals, ballet with live orchestra -> it moved me to tears every time. Ok, I mean I was balling out my eyes....

One of my fav activities is walking bare feet in the rain. In subtropical Queensland it's warm even when it rains

As a teenager I used to love listening to heavy metal on full volumne. ONLY on my fancy Walkman that had the advanced auto reverse function.

Playing the flute was my passion and I was pretty good at it. I fantasised about playing in a big orchestra... but I couldn't resist playing to my own beat. Apparently I tap a different rhythm with my foot than I play

I refused to wear skirts and dresses in my teens. It was jeans, runners and jumpers size XXXL. Finding clothes I would wear to my formal was a mission!!! none of my friends dressed like this, but they still accepted me and let me be me.

I was told that I can't just sell a house by myself without an agent. Well, I sold a house and then a unit by myself with the cheapest 3-line advertising in the local paper. I sold for the price wanted. Never let anyone tell you what you can or can't do! That's your choice and your responsibility!

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For those of you interested in my work and contributions in medical research 

Here's a list of papers, abstracts and conference presentations where we published our research findings.

Peer-reviewed publications

Windegger TM, English J, Weston H, Morwood K, Kynn M, Scuffham P, Fung YL. Longitudinal study of intravenous versus subcutaneous immunoglobulin preplacement therapy in haematological malignancy. Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology. 2021:17(6):546-554. DOI: 10.1111/ajco.13515.

Windegger TM, Nghiem S, Nguyen KH, Fung YL, Scuffham PA. Primary immunodeficiency disease: A cost-utility analysis comparing intravenous versus subcutaneous immunoglobulin replacement therapy in Australia. Blood Transfusion. 2020:18(2):96-105. DOI: 10.2450/2019.0083-19.

Data and results from this manuscript were used by the Australian Medical Service Advisory Committee (MSAC) to provide advice to the Minister for Health on immunoglobulin use in this cohort (MSAC Application no. 1592)

Windegger TM, Nghiem S, Nguyen KH, Fung YL, Scuffham PA. Cost-utility analysis comparing hospital-based intravenous immunoglobulin with home-based subcutaneous immunoglobulin in patients with secondary immunodeficiency. Vox Sanguinis. 2019;114(3):237-46.

Data and results from this manuscript were used by the Australian Medical Service Advisory Committee (MSAC) to provide advice to the Minister for Health on immunoglobulin use in this cohort (MSAC Application no. 1565).

Windegger TM, Lambooy CA, Hollis L, Morwood K, Weston H, Fung YL. Subcutaneous immunoglobulin therapy for hypogammaglobulinemia secondary to malignancy or related drug therapy. Transfusion Medicine Reviews. 2017;31(1):45-50.

Russell FD, Windegger T, Hamilton KD, Cheetham NWH. Effect of the novel wound-healing agent, OPAL A on leukotriene B4 production in human neutrophils and 5-lipoxygenase activity. Wound Practice and Research, 2011:19;200-203.

  

Conference abstracts and presentations

Windegger TM, English J, Morwood K, Weston H, Kynn M, Scuffham P, Fung YL. Clinical and quality of life impacts of IVIg and SCIg therapy differ in patients with secondary immunodeficiency compared to those with primary immunodeficiency. Poster at 29th Regional Congress of ISBT in Basel, Switzerland (22-26 June 2019). Vox Sanguinis 2019;114(S:1)218.

Windegger TM, Morwood K, Weston H, English J, Fung YL. Subcutaneous immunoglobulin in patients with common variable immunodeficiency. Poster at 29th annual conference of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), Canberra, Australia (4-8 September 2018). Internal Medicine Journal 2018;48(S:6):19-20.

Windegger TM, English J, Weston H, Morwood K, Fung YL. Health and quality of life impacts of switching from IVIG to SCIg treatment in patients with primary immunodeficiency disease. Selected as an Oral presentation at BLOOD the combined Annual Scientific Meeting of the Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion and Thrombosis and Haemostasis Society of Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane, Australia (21-23 October 2018).

Awarded: Transfusion Professionals Award Clinical Transfusion Practice.

Windegger TM, Lambooy C, English J, Weston H, Morwood K, Fung YL. Comparing the number of antibiotic treated infections of primary and secondary immunodeficiency disease while on immunoglobulin replacement therapy, preliminary findings in an Australian cohort. Poster at 27th Regional Congress of ISBT in Copenhagen, Denmark (17-21 June 2017). Vox Sanguinis 2017;112(S:1):258.

Windegger TM, Scuffham P, Morwood K, Weston H, Fung YL, Nguyen KH. Preliminary: Cost effectiveness of hospital-based versus home-based immunoglobulin replacement therapy for patients with primary immunodeficiency. Selected as oral presentation at the 39th Annual Conference of the Australian Health Economics Society (AHES) in Sydney, Australia (21-22 September 2017).

Windegger TM, Fung YL, Morwood K, English J, Weston H, Scuffham P, Nguyen KH. SCIg home-based immunoglobulin replacement therapy is a cost-effective treatment for Australian primary immunodeficiency patients. Poster at the Annual Scientific Meetings of the Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion and the Australasian Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (HAA) in Sydney, Australia (29th October – 1st November 2017).

Windegger TM, Lambooy C, Morwood K, Weston H, Fung YL. Preliminary data on cost of IVIg and SCIg treatment in adult Australian patients. Selected as oral presentation at the Annual Scientific Meetings of the Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion and the Australasian Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (HAA) in Melbourne, Australia (13-16 November 2016) presented by A/Prof Lin Fung.

Windegger TM, Lambooy C, Weston H, Morwood K, Fung YL. Review of training to self-administer SCIg and the Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) impacts on patients changing from IVIg to SCIg treatment. Poster at the Annual Scientific Meetings of the Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion and the Australasian Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (HAA) in Melbourne, Australia (13-16 November 2016).

Windegger TM, Nguyen KH, English J, Morwood K, Weston H, Scuffham P, Fung YL. Cost effectiveness of hospital-based versus home-based immunoglobulin replacement therapy for SCHHS patients with primary immunodeficiency. Selected as an oral presentation at Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) Research Day in Birtinya, Australia (15th November 2017).

Windegger TM, Lambooy C, Morwood K, Weston H, English J, Fung YL. Preliminary data IVIG versus SCIg treatment in adult Australian patients. Selected as an oral presentation at Wide Bay Scientific Group Conference in Caloundra, Australia (2017).

Clapperton R, Windegger T, Walker PJ, Green S, Schulz K, Russell F, Askew CD. The effect of short term exercise training on the rate of calf muscle fatigue in patients with peripheral arterial disease. Exercise and Sport Science Australia Meeting 2010.

Mitchell G, Windegger T, Russell FD. Clinical observations and physiological data supporting a vascular response as a mechanism of the novel wound-healing agent, OPALA. The 2nd Meeting of the Australasian Wound and Tissue Repair Society 2010, Abstract 28, pp. 34.