Category Archives: Inspirations

Ideas for integrating nature’s rhythms into your life – including art, sculpture, and poetry.

Supporting the Albany model of midwifery care

I wrote recently in this Blog about why it is important to support independent midwives in the UK, however in the UK we had from 1997 to 2009 a wonderful model of midwifery support for women in London on the

Supporting the Albany model of midwifery care

I wrote recently in this Blog about why it is important to support independent midwives in the UK, however in the UK we had from 1997 to 2009 a wonderful model of midwifery support for women in London on the

The Extraordinary Vessels and Continuum

  I am happy to present a lovely perspective on the Extraordinary Vessels, written by one of the first Well Mother teachers, Sally Ibbotson. You can contact Sally via her website. Working with the Extraordinary Vessels is a core part

The Extraordinary Vessels and Continuum

  I am happy to present a lovely perspective on the Extraordinary Vessels, written by one of the first Well Mother teachers, Sally Ibbotson. You can contact Sally via her website. Working with the Extraordinary Vessels is a core part

Nurturing Sanctuary

My wishes for you in 2017: nurturing your inner and outer sanctuaries with love and compassion Sawadee ka! Greetings to you all from Thailand where I have been for the last 6 weeks, journeying alone, taking space away just to

Nurturing Sanctuary

My wishes for you in 2017: nurturing your inner and outer sanctuaries with love and compassion Sawadee ka! Greetings to you all from Thailand where I have been for the last 6 weeks, journeying alone, taking space away just to

Space: the missing element in Chinese medicine

In my previous blog on the elements, I focused on the more familiar 5 elements of Chinese medicine: earth, water, fire, wood and metal. However, the element of Space is not usually considered. In this blog, I want to explore

Space: the missing element in Chinese medicine

In my previous blog on the elements, I focused on the more familiar 5 elements of Chinese medicine: earth, water, fire, wood and metal. However, the element of Space is not usually considered. In this blog, I want to explore

How nature’s elements work in our bodies

how do we support our bodies with the five elements

How nature’s elements work in our bodies

how do we support our bodies with the five elements

Death and transformation: La mort et la transformation

Here is an excerpt from the prayer ” When someone dear leaves” by the Dominican Father Antonin Sertillanges (1863-1948) for grieving families. It was sent to me by one of my students, Segolene Cadet and I appreciated the beautiful words.

Death and transformation: La mort et la transformation

Here is an excerpt from the prayer ” When someone dear leaves” by the Dominican Father Antonin Sertillanges (1863-1948) for grieving families. It was sent to me by one of my students, Segolene Cadet and I appreciated the beautiful words.

Death and transformation: the power of Jing

Today it is one month since my mother died: 5th November 2015. Here in the UK this is Bonfire night, Fireworks’ Night or Guy Fawkes’ Night. It’s a British tradition dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when Catholic

Death and transformation: the power of Jing

Today it is one month since my mother died: 5th November 2015. Here in the UK this is Bonfire night, Fireworks’ Night or Guy Fawkes’ Night. It’s a British tradition dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, when Catholic