The Heroine's Path is led by a collective of women, devoted to and specialising in different arts.
Jade holds a BA in Communication studies and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, she is a qualified yoga teacher with Registered Yoga Alliance and has a diploma with the British Wheel of Yoga. She is deeply passionate and committed towards the development of well being in the community. Based in Merseyside, Jade teaches a holistic style of yoga to adults and children with the core belief that the simple practice of connecting with the breath can lead to better health, lifestyle, self-esteem and confidence. She has travelled extensively to Asia studying Vedic philosophy, Tantra and Odissi dance, a form of Indian classical dance. Jade follows an eclectic path and practices Reiki and a wide range of healing approaches from different traditions.
Hannah is a dancer, educator and storyteller. She has completed extensive theory and physical training in Middle Eastern dance of many styles, Mystical Dance, Classical Indian Dance (Odissi), Middle Eastern Music Comprehension and Yoga. For 18 years now she has followed the search for an authentic and wild life through the lens of music, dance and poetry of the body. Her studies took her to dance schools in Japan, Bali, California and India, to Turkey, Morocco and Southern Europe and the fabric of her work is decorated with each experience. Her ethic is centred on the belief that dance is a rite of passage and sacred rite is a holistic and natural part of life. Hannah is also currently studying to be a Doula, and in 2016 became a qualified Well Woman Yoga Therapy practitioner under the guidance of Uma-Dinsmore-Tuli. She is currently based in London and is co-founder and co-artistic director of FireWater, a co-operative of dancers creating women’s circles, visionary performances and holding the space for advanced learning.
Laura is an artist and a practising Art Psychotherapist. She holds an MA in art psychotherapy, a BA in Ceramics, and is registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) and BAAT, (The British Association of Art Therapists). Based in Surrey, she is passionate about working towards improving the mental health and well being of students within their educational settings. Within her therapeutic practice Laura works both individually and facilitates groups with a person centred, and essentially non directive approach. Her personal art practice is inspired and based around nature, and exploring texture through silk-screen printing, ceramics, paint, and photography.
Stephanie has worked as a natural health therapist for almost 30 years. She is a clinical nutritionist with a degree in nutritional medicine and a masters degree in psychotherapy and combines both skill sets to help people with all kinds of health issues, both physical and psychological. With a background in neuro-muscular and remedial massage therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, Bowen technique and personal fitness training, Stephanie aims to support individuals fulfilling their full potential through optimal mental and physical health.
Stephanie has a special interest in eating disorders and is passionate about supporting women in liberating themselves from the tyranny of self-loathing due to poor body image and to build a healthy relationship with food and their body. She has just published her first book entitled: ‘Why Eating Less & Exercising More Makes You Fat!’, which explains why conventional weight loss advice fails and what to do instead to achieve permanent health and weight loss goals.
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