I am a daughter, a granddaughter, a sister, a friend, a cousin, a niece

           I am an explorer, an adventurer, a seeker

                          I am the entire multiverse and I am a single atom

                                      I am a faerie, a witch, a goddess, a healer

                                                    I am a dancer, a singer, a drummer

                                                               I am a student and I am a teacher

                                                                            I am a servant and I am a master

                                                                                       I am a creator and I am a destroyer

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The Formal

I grew up in London with my parents and older brother. At college I studied Animal Management and then went on to gain my BSc in Wildlife Conservation at the Durrell Institute for Conservation & Ecology. My final year dissertation was spent in the Peruvian Amazon, pioneering a study on Phyllostomidae bats. Following graduation, I worked for the Royal Parks Foundation, an environmental charity based in Hyde Park. After a fulfilling couple of years working here I went travelling around South East Asia for a year and then settled in the mountains of Northern Thailand. It was here I founded a women’s circle, that still runs without me to this day, and started my business in Tarot and Soul Plan readings. After a year I decided to move to the ancient and magical landscapes of the English West Country and begin my training in Spiritual Life Coaching.

 

The Not-So-Formal

My childhood was a fairy tale, that was, until adolescence kicked in. My teenage years were fraught with depression, self-harm and sexual trauma. It was through these challenges that I gained many of the gifts and insights that are so imperative to my coaching and support of others. My empathy runs deep and my wisdom ever-growing. The darkness has consumed me many times, and yet I return, stronger and all the more powerful for it. I have lost myself more than once, and spent years crawling back to remembrance. I can not count the times I have had to re-build and re-invent myself. And each time I fly higher, sing louder, dance harder, and drum faster. For no-one can dampen the fire in my vibrant and eternal soul.