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We must love each other and protect each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains” – Assata Shakur

I am a mother, writer and author, post natal doula, teacher, integrative art therapist and herbalist. Find out about Healing House of Eden, my space for holistic and full spectrum postpartum support here. 

Ive long had a passion in cultivating and restoring wellness through ritual. As tools to navigate through life’s experiences, I promote self care and self love using the art of body awareness and breath management, plant medicine and sacred self expression.

After a career in primary education focusing on inclusion, pastoral care and child mental health, I saw the origins of behavioural and emotional challenges displayed at school were often rooted as early as birth. After having my own child, I further understood the importance of social care, community support, connection and compassion, and shared experiences.

I aim to continue to support others achieve their emotional and mental wellness and optimum health through my own embodiment of this healing work and in my service to others. Using various therapeutic and reflective modalities I am passionate about helping parents rewrite their own narratives and heal family and generational wounds rooted in early childhood trauma and attachment issues.

My knowledge for healing and herbalism is inspired and informed by my deeply spiritual and religious Jamaican parentage and ancestry. 

“In order to heal others, we first need to heal ourselves. And to heal ourselves, we need to know how to deal with ourselves” – Thich Nhat Hanh

I have a degree in Journalism from the London College of Communications with a background in the media, having worked for XL Recordings and BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra. I have contributed to Yoga Magazine, Black Hair Magazine, The Voice Newspaper, The New Internationalist and online magazine SoulCulture. I also writes various holistic topics for my blog spot on the Huffington Post.

“Words have the power to destroy or heal. When they are both true and kind, they can change the world.” Buddha

On my journey to full health and wholeness, writing has always been a key tool to confidently document and navigate through her experiences. Through this expression and offering, I hope to inspire others to feel liberated to do the same.

 “Until the Lion speaks the hunter’s tale remains glorified” – West African Proverb