I came to Soul Midwifery in 2013, after working in education and an educational retail business for most of my life. This was followed by a period of end of life caring for my parents. After doing an Introductory Day and my Level One training in that year, I went on to do the Level Two course in 2014 and the TLC (Tender Loving Care) Trainers’ course in 2015. Since then my love for and involvement in the wonderful Soul Midwives movement has continued to grow.
I volunteered to set up the online Soul Midwives Shop following my training in 2013, as a way of getting resources to Soul Midwives in between their visits to the Soul Midwives School. I feel immensely privileged to have been entrusted with the care of our Shop and to be able to interact with all its heart-warmingly supportive Soul Midwives customers. It’s my mission to be able to source all of the resources that Felicity, our founder, outlines in her books, to help us all in the amazing work that we are called to do. You can visit the shop here.
As I am currently working as a carer, I am lucky that I can also organise my other Soul Midwifery work around that. I am a Mentor for the Midlands, The North of England, and Scotland, and a Tutor for Introductory Days. This, again, is an immense privilege, as I get chance to meet and work with so many warm and wonderful Soul Midwives.
Having done the TLC (Tender Loving Care) Trainers’ Course, I am passionate about sharing this aspect of our Soul Midwifery work with other carers and care givers. I am equally passionate about raising awareness, whenever possible, about the hugely positive contribution Soul Midwives can make to end of life care.
Thank you so much for visiting my website. I look forward very much to meeting you – as a Soul Midwife, Mentor or Tutor.
Soul Midwives are non-medical, holistic companions who guide and support the dying in order to facilitate a gentle and tranquil death. Soul Midwives (who are both men and women) regard every dying person as if he, or she, is the most important person in the world. All are cared for as if they are a cherished family member.
They offer a range of gentle therapies to soothe and re-assure and are skilled advocates and advisors. They are non denominational in their pastoral support, encouraging deep conversation, with love and dignity.
Their work may begin from point of diagnosis and continue until the final day of life, with encouragement and support to living life fully, until the end.
Soul Midwives are helping to transform the personal and collective experiences of dying and living, within the community, by helping any one facing the end of life to experience a tender, peaceful and conscious death.
The Soul Midwife’s most important role is to provide comfort, continuous support and reassurance in helping a dying person to experience a tranquil and dignified end to life.
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