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Robyn and I have been to Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary together to help the dogs and cats there so I have seen her in action! She shows compassion, empathy and sensitivity to the energy and needs of the animals, offering support and constructive suggestions to the animal guardians.
Robyn has been a fantastic help for HorseWorld volunteering her time and expertise on regular occasions. She is always professional and very ethical in her views. She has performed some wonderful healing with a wide range of equines here at HorseWorld including some very traumatised and nervous individuals who seem to flourish after her visits.
"The body doesn't make mistakes,
it makes the adaptations it believes it needs to make
in order to feel 'safe' "
You can read more about my work, my journey and my adventures with my loan horse, Dakota (Dax) on my blog:
14 August 2018
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The Wellbeing Journey
Some time ago, I realised that I was unhappy. I felt stressed and unsettled and I was experiencing a variety of health 'niggles'. This caused me to take a long, hard look at my life - my career, direction and purpose - and question whether or not it was really right for me. The answer was No. I was lost, struggling and miserable.
This helped me to understand that the first step in the journey towards greater wellbeing often starts with gaining a deeper understanding of ourselves and our needs. The key to achieving this is in examining the symptoms we are experiencing, as they offer us important clues about what is going on, and why we are suffering that particular form of dis-ease.
Our bodies are amazing, intelligent systems that hold all the resources we need to be well, it's just that sometimes we aren't able to access these effectively. Dis-ease is actually a part of a very natural, normal and healthy process. It is the body's way of adapting to some form of trauma or stress, helping us to learn from it so that we can grow and move forward into greater self-understanding.
Searching for something that would resonate for me and that would support my need to grow, I started learning Reiki. In a roundabout way this led me back to my passions: wellbeing, nature and animals. For years I had shut down these vital parts of my self, telling myself they were unimportant, but suddenly I realised that they are actually what makes my heart sing!
In reconnecting with these passions I uncovered an energy and zest for life that I thought I had lost. I also discovered that my health improved as I listened to my body and followed my joy.
Working with me
If you would be interested in learning more about what I do then please get in touch. I offer a free, no obligation, initial conversation to look at your situation and how I can help.
I generally recommend starting with a detailed analysis of your current health situation. From this we can then explore some simple steps to address the issues, in order to release the stress and allow the body to start its healing process.
Following this I create a tailor made package, drawing on a range of energy based therapies and tools, which provide support along this journey. These include:
"Using a tailor made approach we can create
a bespoke package to boost your wellbeing, energy and vitality,
giving you that wonderful glow of good health."
Together we can explore ways in which you could take back control, in order to create the joy and fulfilment you've been longing for.
Having lost this myself in the past, and then felt the joy of rediscovery, it's an honour to now hold a safe space for others to find their path. It’s such an inspiration to watch people coming out of their shell and stepping into their authentic Self.
I believe that Nature offers us such valuable teachings for this journey, such as patience, trust and a deep listening and allowing. Getting in touch with this 'Wild Wisdom' can show us how to stand in our own uniqueness and enable us to share our gifts with those around us. This is why I also plan to offer workshops on mindfulness and reconnection after we move to our new site near Abergavenny in Wales.