Big Challenges. Need. Great people.

Our vision is to help YOU support your people so that they can support you.



I’m Lucienne Miller, founder of Ebb & Flow. I’m passionate about using business to change the way people manage their holistic wellbeing. I came face to face with anxiety disorders in my teens, when my OCD first became apparent. It crippled me for over a decade and impacted my ability to do my work. I had to hide my wellbeing struggles from an unsupportive workplace, which led to a huge increase in absenteeism and presenteeism.

 Not only was it costing me in terms of my health, and impacting on my family and community, it was also negatively impacting the business bottom line. Then in my early 30’s I came across resilience and positive psychology – and everything changed. From this turning point, I was able to regain control. I’m now a mum of four, a wife, a business owner and an eternal student. A better way to do business. It was soon apparent that I wasn’t alone in my under-performance; others were also in the same trap. The downstream cost of hidden workplace wellbeing was easily seen, as the fallout reduced the productivity of colleagues who had to pick up the slack, support struggling team members, and occasionally became so stressed with the added pressure that they also entered a downward spiral. Seeing this, I decided to create positive change: a way of doing business that supports the person, whilst also supporting the business needs.

 I combined a decade of experience working in business education and development and my background in positive coaching, positive organisational psychology, neuroscience and resilience with trauma and neurodivergent informed training to create Ebb & Flow Global. There is a better way to do business! One that supports staff holistically, so that we see an increase in productivity that can be felt both inside and outside the workplace. After all, what’s good for people is good for business.

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Our great team 


Advanced Nurse Practitioner Emma is committed to lifestyle medicine. She has a long & varied background in many medical fields from emergency care, occupational health to maritime support. She is passionate about holistic & lifestyle education, dedicating her work at the Tataruga Clinic to coaching and delivering lifestyle well-being training to everyday people who want to take control of their health and life.

In her spare time Emma can be found excelling at hockey,  messing in the water or spending time on a boat with her three boisterous  boys.

Beth Arnott

Beth has a lengthy and impressive back ground in education and programme development. Beth combines her love for education with her subject field of Geography and it's impact on emotions, organisations and development to give our courses an edge. 
Beth has a Msc in Geography, is a qualified life coach and is a life long learner. 

When away from E&F she can be found lecturing at her local university or exploring the wonders of the NZ outback with her 3 small and energetic sons. 


Chris is a military veteran having served 22 years in the RAF. He has seen active duty in numerous conflict zones, Chris adds military resilience and grit to E&F programmes. 

His time in the military has focused on communications, recruitment and training and so Chris brings a true array of skills to the E&F family. 

In his spare time Chris can be found doing anything sporty! Dedicated to Cross fit and outdoors living he is usually with his four children keeping active and having fun.

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