What Therapy is a global wellness community that bridges the conventional and the “alternative”, providing seekers a holistic approach to health and well-being.
We believe in the #powerofchoice.
Sometimes we forget we do have choices. Sometimes we forget it is not black and white and we can change our reality, by daring to remember we have choices and tapping into our courage to make those “new” choices.
At What Therapy, we believe how we communicate with each other is important and that a positive, open-minded, and multi-perspective approach to sharing information is an essential part of our individual well-being which underpins the well-being of our relationships, family, community, and the world at large.
Through our digital platform, events, articles, and interviews with authors, experts, and practitioners, we connect the community with empowering information for self-discovery, wholeness, 360 healing, and a life well-lived.
In our lens, therapy does not imply brokenness; rather something is amiss, perhaps you are facing a transition or you need support as a caregiver or anything you may need help with. Or maybe you want more. Working with your network of practitioners is one fantastic way to help you remember who you really are, at a time when that may be challenging.
Sandra Shih Tonkinson is the main writer and the editor at What Therapy. She loves information and technology and is an avid reader and collector of books, ideas, philosophies, art.
A Canadian, Sandra has been living abroad since 1999, first in Bermuda working in Audit and Finance and now as a Permanent Resident in Singapore. It has always been about understanding the essence and the connections that interested Sandra, whether it was Biochemistry or International Relations at university, process and systems during the audit years, problem solving and deadlines in Finance, studying different healing modalities, creating, or writing, and seeking deeper self-knowledge.
True wellness is not just the absence of illness; it is tapping into human potential. #Thrive In her toolkit are Jin Shin Jyutsu, Access Bars, Flower Essences, HeartMath, and SuperCoherence. The essence is self-discovery, self-acceptance, self-love, and the remembrance of unity.
As a freelance writer, Sandra also blogs about her personal interests ranging from animal rights to travelling and works with clients in the wellness industry.
The panel of writers at What Therapy is based around the world – Singapore, Germany, the United States, and Canada – and come from a variety of background, interests, experience, and training. Mothers. Naturopathic Doctor. Naturopath for Animals. Yogi. Counsellor + Coach.