No Mi Che
No Mi Che started rolling, swinging and spending more time upside down than upright when she joined 'Flipside Circus' at the age of 14.
Completing a 'Bachelor of Circus Arts' in 2006 at the National Institute of Circus Arts in Melbourne, No Mi specialised in Cloud Swing and Hula Hoops with paint. Her passion for installation and performance art sent her speckling her circus colours from Australia to London, Wales, Edinburgh, France and India.
During her year in India No Mi’s art took a compassionate twist as she saw the significance of art as therapy. She went on to work with 'Cultural Canvas Thailand' facilitating Art Therapy workshops to a wide variety of clients and organising exhibits for the work created in Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, the South Pacific Islands and Bali.
In 2011 she completed a 'Post Graduate Diploma in Experimental and Creative Arts Practice' at the Melbourne Institute of Experimental and Creative Arts Therapy. During this time she also layered her skill set studying acupressure, nutritional healing and iridology at the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences.
In 2012 halfway between a cultural exchange program in Georgia and an Eco Art Farm in Turkey, No Mi co-created 'Wobbly Spoon' with Dawa and the pair began weaving their wobbly art trail from Kutaisi, Georgia all the way to the mountains of Yangshuo, China where they lived for four years.
While in China, Wobbly Spoon was enchanted by the ancient culture and healing arts of Qi Gong and in 2016 completed their 'Self Healing Qi Gong Instructor' training with 'Wandering Dao Medical Qi Gong School'. They have since been fusing forms, creating spontaneous performance art and running self healing workshops throughout the world.