Category Archives: Inspirations

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

Valley Fest with Weleda: my love for Bristol

Valley Fest with Weleda: my love for the countryside around Bristol I had a lovely fun day on Saturday at a beautiful space near my home in Bristol: Chew Valley lake. I love walking around here and one of the

Valley Fest with Weleda: my love for Bristol

Valley Fest with Weleda: my love for the countryside around Bristol I had a lovely fun day on Saturday at a beautiful space near my home in Bristol: Chew Valley lake. I love walking around here and one of the

Birth as a journey: why understanding pregnancy and birth is useful for work with all clients

  This is another article  which I wrote originally for the Shiatsu Society Journal in 2009 which I would like to share with you. However if you are a massage therapist, or other bodyworker, you can substitute “shiatsu” with “massage”

Birth as a journey: why understanding pregnancy and birth is useful for work with all clients

  This is another article  which I wrote originally for the Shiatsu Society Journal in 2009 which I would like to share with you. However if you are a massage therapist, or other bodyworker, you can substitute “shiatsu” with “massage”

Shiatsu and Massage in Pregnancy and Childbirth

I am currently working on completely redoing my website, so have been going back through the articles on my Resources page  and thought it was a shame that they are not easily available. I wrote this article orginally back in

Shiatsu and Massage in Pregnancy and Childbirth

I am currently working on completely redoing my website, so have been going back through the articles on my Resources page  and thought it was a shame that they are not easily available. I wrote this article orginally back in

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