Life Spirals offers wellbeing projects and workshops to connect to your inner self and to others, whilst being creative and having fun.


Life Spirals acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land in which we work and play, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, and pays respect to the elders past, present and emerging.


Based in Naarm, Melbourne. Life Spirals utilizes Tash’s trainings in counselling, sandplay, storytelling, mediation, touch therapies, nature connection and art to support wellbeing using body based somatic and holistic therapies.  The aim is to facilitate in the process of people strengthening their inner resources, and to empower themselves.

About Natasha Hund (she/her)

Tash is a play specialist, holistic counsellor and cuddle professional.  Tash has worked for over 20 years in educational, community, and heathcare settings. Her professional roles have included working as a child life therapist/healthcare play specialist, parenting support & playgroup facilitator, professional development provider and workshop facilitator. She has even been a storytelling fairy!

Life Spirals successfully ran the Hospital Familiarisation Incursion for early childhood settings for 10 years in Melbourne, as well as workshops for professional development and creative arts for personal development.  Now the focus is on running cuddle events (touch, consent, boundaries, wellbeing) and creative arts workshops.

Tash utilizes her trainings in art, art therapy, sandplay, storytelling, touch therapy, cuddling, meditation and nature connection to support wellbeing.  Her aim is to facilitate in the process of people strengthening their inner resources, and to empower themselves.

Based in Naarm, Melbourne.

Why the Spiral?

The name Life Spirals was chosen as spirals symbolise the journey to the centre, turning, and return. This is a pattern repeated again and again throughout our lives. The unfurling of a spiral fern leaf in nature shows us the possibilities of new life, new beginnings, new growth and life’s desire for itself. Spirals depict the lifecycles of birth, growth, death and rebirth. They are found all around us in shells, animal horns, plant growth patterns, snails, hurricanes, galaxies, and the double helix of our DNA. As a symbol for healing work I believe the spiral honours this continual ebb and flow in our lives.  For my own personal meaning the spiral is also a symbol of Hope.


Current Working With Children Check


Graduate Diploma in Play Specialty
Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art)
Diploma in Holistic Counselling

Expressive/Creative Arts Therapies

  • Play
  • Nature Pedagogy
  • Sandplay Therapy and Symbol Work
  • Initiatic Art Therapy & Clay Field Therapy (now known as Sensorimotor Art Therapy)
  • Meditation and Mindfulness Practices

Bodywork Therapies / Energy Healing

  • Certified Cuddle Event Leader (Cuddle Sanctuary)
  • Certified Cuddle Professional
  • Reiki Level I & II

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Counselling Association (ACA) – Professional
  • International Institute for Complimentary Therapists (IICT) – Professional
  • International Association of Nature Pedagogy (IANP) – Professional
  • Associaton of Child Life Therapists Australia (ACLTA) – Associate


Amazing info about consent and clarity in explaining exercises.
Truly was profound and powerful, thank you.
Allowed a personal journey that was very helpful towards self-understanding.
Wonderful form of expression with artistic satisfaction included.
Laura Tomei
It was great. I felt very safe and comfortable in the environment.
Burnadine Murney
I loved your very calm and quiet voice. Your props and resources were great.
Nadia Brewer, Doncaster East Preschool
It allowed for really great insight.
Natalie Prinzi, Greythorn ECC