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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this work for?

This work is for any woman who wants counselling, coaching or mentoring. Examples of things that women come to me with are: going through a difficult breakup, issues with anger or resentment, disconnection from themselves and their bodies, feeling stuck in a masculine way of being/performing, a desire to embody their feminine essence, an alignment to purpose, seeking fulfilment in their relationships and other related issues such as social anxiety, depression and low self esteem. If there's something you would like help with, please get in touch and we can discuss whether I can be useful to you.

Why do you do this?

I do this work because I'm a woman and I care about us and am concerned about how deeply disconnected women seem to be from their innate essence. I am passionate about helping other women come into their full feminine expression and creativity, and offer guidance on how to live a simple and beautiful life, infused with peace and fulfilment. It is through my own experience and understanding that when we inhabit our femininity and are grounded in our bodies, our life's desires come into fruition.

Why do women come to you?

Women come to me because I embody what it is to be a woman. I do not apologise for being feminine, and I stand in integrity when it comes to my three values:

1. Respect

2. Honour

3. Trust

What will I gain from this?

If you work with me, you'll get to work through your issue in an honest and authentic way. I'm deeply respectful in listening and guiding you to recognise what needs to be done in order to create transformation within your life. My expertise within the yogic world and experience in care means that we can work together with honesty and presence, bringing forth strategies and the confidence to start making positive changes.

How much is a session with you?

A one hour session is £50.

Do you work with the bereaved?

Yes. Grief, in my understanding, is something that you do; it's not something that happens to you. Grief may include sorrow, a deep sense of loss, bewilderment, emptiness, and anger, but it can also include celebration, joy, beautiful memories, and much more. I invite women to share the full breadth of their grief, without the end game of trying to get through it, over it, and past it. My approach is to help women understand that grief and grieving is their ongoing way of continuing to love somebody that is no longer here. It's the way we hold our dear ones close. So, if someone close to you has died, let's work together to remember them well.

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