I am a teacher, workshop facilitator, coach, musician and composer living in the south-west of the UK. My work brings together the power of music, chant and sound with an embodied and nature-based approach to life. I see embodiment as a way to be more fully present with the full reality of who I am as a human being, and I experience the meeting places of music, nature and embodiment both as crucial personal resources and as powerful and positive tools in creating and strengthening community.
Much of my work seeks to engage with the huge challenges of our time and in particular the marginalisation of people, planet and parts of ourselves. I see connecting to the web of life as a daily practice which needs continual remembering amid the many potential pulls to forget this interconnection.
I resonate with the image of a circle as a space for individuals to be empowered as part of a wider community. I’m keen in my teaching and workshops to create space for ways of learning which are experiential, intuitive, embodied, emotional to complement the cognitive.
Much of my work is anchored in the capacity for music to articulate experiences and to heal conflicts within ourselves and beyond in a way that words alone cannot. I aim through music to support a deeper human connection with the natural world, and I find inspiration here for ways to live from a perspective of equality, justice and interconnection.
What I offer emerges from a rich web of interconnected threads. I am grateful to the countless people, places, connections, teachers and wisdom keepers that are making this possible.