Photograph by Fred Rosen

About Laurie Levine


Laurie is a gifted Intuitve healer, Kundalini Yoga Teacher and Professional Speaker. Laurie is one of Australia’s most highly regarded healers and has been an healer/empath all her life. Laurie has had a healing practice for over 30 years. She is the Developer and practitioner of Emotional Release Point Therapy. Laurie helps her clients and students to achieve positive change and feel more empowered and in balance with themselves. 


Laurie loves sharing healing tools with her clients so they can help themselves as well. See the videos on this website for some of Laurie’s helpful techniques from her books. 


Find out more about her spiritual and emotional healing sessions by phone and in person and how they can help you - See her healing page here


Laurie is also offering one on one crystal bowl sound healing sessions which help to deeply relax and clear blockages on all levels working with the chakras (energy body) and physical body. 


Laurie’s Kundalini Yoga Classes are on daily in Wyongah.  Laurie also runs monthly Gong and Crystal Bowl Meditation and Relaxation workshops in Wyongah, See yoga and event page for more details. Laurie has 3 published books, The Power of Creating Through Affirmations, Blessings of Gratitude and Spiritual Medicine. 


Laurie’s new Affirmation book. The Power of Creating Through Affirmations is available as an ebook, kindle and hard copy. You can order copies of her books directly through emailing Laurie or through


Over the years, Laurie has written for many prominent magazines and newspapers such as Nature and Health, Wellbeing, The West Australian and has appeared on TV and radio. She produced the first relaxation meditation on Qantas airlines flights in the 90’s If you are looking for a healer, yoga class, speaker , workshop leader that can make a difference to your conference, expo, festival, meeting or retreat, give Laurie a call on 0423 394 676 or email -

One of Laurie’s greatest passions is going to help the children at Nepal Orphans home in Kathmandu.