About

Melanie is passionate about helping people to get the most out of their lives both personally and professionally. Her foundational belief is that our relationships with others and with self are our most valuable capital.

Melanie is a Relationship Coach and Senior Trainer. She is a Partner of the corporate consultancy, Relationship Capital®, an Associate Director of Active Learning Centre International®, a member of the International Enneagram Association (IEA) and the Founder of Enneagram.rc.

Melanie has had extensive training in the Enneagram and the Play of Life® and incorporates her unique blend of both into her work with clients. As well as providing counselling for individuals and couples, Melanie runs workshops, seminars, and training for public and private sector organisations.  Her clients include NSW HealthShare, NSW Ministry of Health, QANTAS, Origin Energy, Expedia (NL), Sydney International Grammar School and various not-for-profit organisations. Melanie has presented at national and international conferences including Argentina and the Netherlands.

Melanie’s parents immigrated to Australia from Argentina before she was born, so Melanie grew up speaking both Spanish and English at home. Melanie studied French in High School and is currently learning Dutch. Being multilingual has proven to be highly advantageous for Melanie’s work overseas. It has also helped her pursue her other great passion which is singing opera.

Melanie discovered she had a High Soprano voice in her teens and began professional training in her last years of High School. Melanie chose singing as one of her HSC subjects and in 19– graduated from the McDonald College, an independent school with a speciality in the creative and performing arts. Melanie continues her training as a Coloratura Soprano and sings for weddings, funerals and corporate events.

Melanie lives with her Dutch partner in Sydney, Australia with their adopted cat and three rescue budgies.

Never allow the illusion of limitation to ground you from your flight.

Melanie Raimundo