Philippa Joy Oxlade

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I have stopped offering face-to-face consultations; I am working distantly and offer on-line/Skype/Zoom consultations

My Psychic development, Clendinning and Reiki courses will be adapted and offered online soon.

The class schedule on my website should be taken as "information only", and may change at short notice.

As New Zealand is on lockdown and we're under self-isolation until at least the end of April; and maybe longer pleasestay safe.

Thank you for your understanding and let us play!


Available now on Kindle and Amazon

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In what is the 3rd book in this series, Tina Pavlou the founder of The Goddess Rooms, an Intuitive and Spiritual Mentor, has brought together 19 Soul Sisters in Australia and Pip in New Zealand in this highly engaging and powerful book.

" This book for me will be an invaluable reference to reignite the goddess within us all with women inspiring women with raw accounts of incredible journeys to success. A collaboration of women across the globe. We are officially now a best seller! oh yes!! I have just arrived back to live in Cambridge, NZ after 11 years of surviving severe health issues and am now feeling amazing and am so very excited to share how you can be the best you can be too. I invite you to enjoy this wonderful book and to take a look also at my other two books ... Cosmic Radiance Discovery and Being in Colour

Love to all the goddesses in this world Pipx

19 Women, 19 Stories 19 Different walks of life, all coming together to take you on a journey of Spiritual Awakening and how they as a Goddess heard her call. They embark on life’s journey, each meeting Tina and igniting their Spiritual Growth, Feminine Healing Powers and stepping into their own Goddess. This is a path of Sisterhood like no other, When The Goddess Calls it teaches us about Diversity, Strength, Courage, Love and Friendship. The Divine Feminine Awakens.


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20/20 Intuitive Insights programme

This is a summary of the classes John and I are running as part of our "20/20 Intuitive Insights" ThetaHealing programme in 2020. Click on each one to learn more.


ThetaHealing 20/20 Intuitive Insights

New for 2020 ... a comprehensive schedule of ALL the ThetaHealing classes that John and I can teach

John and I are combining our skills to offer classes in a variety of formats to suit people who work, people who prefer instensive study and those who might want to do something different during the holidays.

OVERSEAS STUDENTS: We will be offering tours and accommodation for a true "Kiwi Experience" for people visiting from overseas. The schedule has been arranged so that visitors from overseas can do a package of the "foundation" ThetaHealing classes, with the option to stay on and do Intuitive Anatomy. Time has been added into the schedule for guided tours and visits to local places of interest so you can "learn whilst you play" in New Zealand.

Please CLICK HERE to see the schedule of our "Intuitive Insights" in 2020



There is ample accommodation available in and around Cambridge and Hamilton. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to learn more.

Just some of the places to go and things to see in or around Hamilton, NZ

We will be running classes in or near to Hamilton in the central North Island (*) of New Zealand. Although not as spectacular as some areas of NZ, it is very convenient to both east and west coasts, Rotorua, Hobbiton, etc., and is a beautifully lush region with some large hills and mountains on its borders. In other words, it's a great base to explore from whilst attending our Theta' classes or if you wanted to extend your trip afterward.

You can fly domestically within New Zealand from Hamilton, but international flights come in and out of Auckland; which is only about 1.5hrs north of Hamilton.

Note: We will be offering some of these trips as a guided, minibus tour.

(*) The two main islands of New Zealand don't have unique names; they're just called the North and South Islands. However, there is a third called Stewart Island (way down south); and numerous smaller ones such as Waiheke Island (near Auckland).

Short trips (1-2 hours; "do-able" after class)

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  • Hamilton Gardens - A definite "must see" and one of our favourite places to visit year-round. Free-entry and open dawn to dusk. There's an excellent cafe too!
  • Hamilton Lake Domain - Looking for a bit of daily exercise? There's a very nice walk of 3.8km around the lake, after which you might like to refresh in the lakeside cafe.
  • Mount Pirongia nature walk - One of several walks on the mountain from this "easy" one to some advanced, 1-2 day hikes.
  • Taitua Arboretum - A 20 hectare park and walk just outside of Hamilton on the way to....
  • Raglan - A beautiful, quirky, "hip" town on the west coast. About 35 minutes from Hamilton, you could spend hours or days there. Some evenings we just go there for the fish-n-chips.

Half-day trips

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  • Head south out of Raglan on the gravel road and you come to Te Toto Gorge; an mazing place to watch the sun set. Continue on and you come to Ruapuke Beach, an amazing, west-coast, black-sand beach. Please note there are NO facilities at Te Toto Gorge and a simple "long drop" (essentially a hole in the ground) toilet at Ruapuke Beach.
  • Hobbiton™ - Like Lord of the Rings? This is the actual location used for Hobbiton and is about 30 mins outside Hamilton. In fact, there are Lord of the Rings movie locations all over New Zeaalnd.
  • To the east of Hamilton is the Kaimai Range leading to the Coromandel Peninsula. The Coromandel is worth a trip all on its own (but is a minimum of one day, preferably more), but at its lower end is the Karangahake Gorge. There are a number of walks in the area and it is well worth a visit.
  • Also south of the Coromandel on the flank of the Kaimai Range are the Wairere Falls. The lower portion is an easy walk, but the upper portion is only suitable for the physically fit.
  • Have you ever seen a gold mine? There's one in Waihi you can walk right up to and see the pit they extract the gold ore from, and it's right on the edge of town ... literally.

Full-day trips

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  • North-east from Hamilton lies the Coromandel Peninsula. This really is one of the most beautiful areas in the central North Island. It is possible to drive from Hamilton and up one side of the Coromandel Peninsula and down the other in one day, but we would recommend spending at least 2 days so you get time to see more. Specific sites worth visiting on the Coromandel Peninsula: Hot Water Beach south of Whitianga; the Driving Creek Railway just outside of Coromandel township (the town itself is also interesting); Hahei and Cathedral Cove (if you saw the movie The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe you will have seen Cathedral Cove); and much more.
  • About 1.5hr south of Hamilton is Rotorua, including Te Puia, the Maori cultural centre, lakes hiking, forests and more.
  • Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, flanked east and west by two different oceans.

Longer trips

  • Northland. At first glance, you might not appreciate that Hamilton is almost exactly halfway between the northern-most and southern-most tips of the North Island. Northland (the bit north of Auckland) is a LONG way, but Cape Reinga is well worth a visit to see the Tasman Sea and Pacific Oceans merge, and it also marks the point from which Maori wairua (spirit) return to their traditional homeland. Russell is a  lovely little town just off of Paihia. Due to its size, a trip to Northland is best suited to a week or more.
  • Wellington, New Zealand's capital and a cultural centre.
  • The central North Island, volcanoes, lakes and a desert.

And that's just the North Island; there's also the whole of the South Island to explore, notably:

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