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Compassionate Companion

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Compassionate Companion for Grief support: As your Compassionate Companion I will meet you where ever you are in your grief or dying process. My role is to accompany and support you emotionally as you move with all that is unfolding. These are sessions where you can feel safe to be seen and heard without judgement and to explore ways of simply being with what is 'there' in you with kindness and compassion.

These sessions are on a 'pay what you can' basis with the understanding and agreement decided before we begin and adjusted as and if needed along the way. A free 30 minute online consultation is available to ensure that you are comfortable with me as someone supporting you throughout your sessions.

Sessions 60 minutes and are held via Skype or Zoom. To arrange a 1:1 session please use the 'Connect' form. The Zoom or Skype details will then be sent to you privately.


Compassionate Companion for Self Care: As your Compassionate Companion I will accompany you through somatic movement practices that create a safe, nurturing space for you to explore ways to include compassionate care practices within your life. 

Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, low energy, difficulty focusing mentally, depressed, disconnected, isolated? If you are feeling any of these, Compassionate Companion sessions can help you to create compassionate care practices that you can use daily.

More and more studies are showing that compassionate care is hugely beneficial to our well being and can even help to prevent illness and alleviate chronic health conditions. Compassionate Companion sessions can help bring kindness and gentleness to the relationship you have with yourself as well as relationships with others in your life.

What is Somatic Movement? The greek word 'soma' means, 'the living body' or 'the body experienced from within'. Somatic Movement encourages our body-mind to work together through movement awareness and experiential body practices.

What may happen in a session? At the beginning of a session we take a few moments to check in with your body's natural rhythms. We do this through Sensory Awareness with attention to breath and body sensations. What you experience in each moment guides the session. This practice can be done sitting (in chair or on floor with cushion), lying down (on floor with mats) or standing. Sessions may also include drawing and/or writing in response to movement or resting experiences. You may also speak about your experience.

Free Consultation: One free 30 minute online consultation is available to ensure that you are comfortable with me as someone supporting you throughout your sessions. Initially 6 sessions are recommended. Sessions are held via Skype or Zoom.

75 min sessions are £50 each or a block of 6 pre-paid sessions for £255

90 min sessions are £65 each or a block of 6 pre-paid sessions for £330

To arrange a 1:1 session please use the 'Connect' form. The Zoom or Skype details will then be sent to you privately.

Qi Gong

To join an online group class or arrange 1:1 sessions please use our 'Connect' form. Zoom or Skype details will be sent to you privately.

Group session on Zoom: Fridays 10-11:15am (GMT) Group Qi Gong sessions are currently being offered on a donation basis.

1:1 online Qi Gong sessions - 60 min sessions arranged by appointment on Zoom or Skype. £35 per session or pre-paid block of 6 sessions £190

All donations and payments can be sent via BACS or PayPal. Please use 'Connect' page to request BACS info. Or go to our GIVE page to use PayPal.

Qi (pronounced 'chee') can be defined as 'energy' or 'vital essence'. Gong (pronounced 'gung') means 'skill' or 'work'. Literally this translates as 'energy work'. Qi Gong is an ancient healing art and is at the heart of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Documented history of Qi Gong dates back approximately 2,500 years. 

Qi Gong uses specific movements to cultivate energy (qi) and focus our mind/intention (yi) to move our qi through meridian pathways to release tension and clear blockages. Qi Gong can be practiced by people of all ages and aims to treat the whole person to establish energy balance and spiritual harmony as a way of self-healing. It is a form of complementary medicine and includes both dynamic and gentle postures/movements that can be practiced standing or seated. Practices can be adapted to individual needs making it an ideal aid to recovery from illness or injury as well as maintaining overall health. Some benefits of Qi Gong:

  • Calms, regulates the nervous system
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Improves alignment/posture/sleep
  • Balances immune system 
  • Improves memory and mental focus
Free qi gong films: Click button below

Sensory Awareness

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Monthly sessions held on the first Tuesday each month. Donation based.

Sensory Awareness is a mindful body based practice.

These are guided sessions with simple everyday movements that help us to be more aware of our experience and presence. Helping us to become more awake to what is happening in us and around us. Exploring how we respond to sensations we feel, for example, our breathing, balance, movement.

When we are aware of our senses we can feel our life in each moment. This can help us to live more fully and with presence.

Upcoming Sessions

Accompanied Walking

PLEASE NOTE: Great news! We are offering these sessions again.

Accompanied Walking in green spaces.

Would you like to have your Compassionate Companion sessions outdoors surrounded by peaceful sounds and calming landscapes?

This is an opportunity for anyone who would feel more comfortable engaging in this practice while being in nature. A way to restore, relax and connect with yourself and the world around you. I will accompany you as you share what emerges on our walk. Together we explore ways that you can develop compassionate care skills in your life. Walks are varied, some are on quiet country paths, farmland, and forest walks. 

The beneficial effects of nature result not only from what you see but from what you experience through other senses. For example, touching plants and trees, smelling the forest or the sea, hearing the birds and wildlife around you. All of these contribute to increasing our sensory awareness and can help to restore balance to our nervous system and help us feel more connected to ourselves and our surroundings.