About Linda Emslie, author of Invisible Woman: Transcending the Hidden Struggle of Chronic Illness


Linda lived for many years as the poster girl for “Rushing Woman’s Syndrome”¹ before taking up the challenge of becoming a Fibrowarriorgoddess.

Leaving her secure career over a decade ago,
to follow her soul calling, Linda transformed from Marketing Manager to massage therapist,
to Reiki Master to Soul Connection Mentor.

Linda empowers Conscious women in business with chronic illness to uncover their soul-aligned solutions for healing and business growth. She’s an international best-selling author, an industry leader in doing business with the sacred feminine, a mother of 4 girls, and knows from first-hand experience the challenge of living with fibromyalgia.

Her background of 20 years in Marketing and Communication, over 10 years as a Natural Therapies practitioner, and life-long learning in life’s deeper mysteries, ensures Linda’s medicine is a potent mix of divinely channeled guidance and practical, relevant strategies.

Linda’s skills and qualifications include the following.

Metaphysical healing

A Reiki Master-Teacher in the Usui System of Natural Healing, Linda has been a practitioner for over 10 years and teaching for 5 years. She’s also trained in Angelic Frequencies, Psychic Healing, and is self-taught in Soul Connection healing. Linda is a level 2 practitioner of Inspired EFT, and is currently undertaking Spiritual Companioning Practitioner Training.


Physical healing

Linda is a qualified Remedial Massage therapist, with in-depth training in Ortho-Bionomy, Trigger Point Therapy, Lymphatic Massage, and Aromatherapy.


Formal Qualifications

Linda graduated from the University of Canberra in 1989 with a BA in Communications and has over 20 years of experience in marketing and communications. She also holds a Diploma in Project Management.

Linda Emslie meditating

Linda lives in Darwin, Australia
with her youngest daughter, husband, border collie,
and super relaxed cat.

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Find out more about Linda

¹ “Rushing Woman’s Syndrome” is a phrase coined by Dr Libby Weaver to describe a common theme she noticed in the women she was treating. Her book of the same name is a must-read for any woman who has a never-ending to-do list. Find out more about Dr Libby Weaver here, and her book here.