The Heroine's Path is led by a collective of women, devoted to and specialising in different arts.
Jade is a Yoga and Meditation Mentor, Soul- Guide, Musician and Dancer. She has spent the last decade travelling and exploring different traditions, healing modalities and Eastern philosophies.
Jade has been teaching Yoga since 2014 to both adults and children in the community and is deeply passionate about the transformative power of connecting more deeply to our body, breath and heart- space. She is trained with both The British Wheel of Yoga and The Yoga Alliance and attuned to reiki 2.
Her style of teaching is an eclectic mixture of different traditions and influences gained by her extensive travels to India to study Yoga & Vedic philosophy, Indian Classical dance and meditation. The emphasis on Jade's sessions are focused on coming home to ourselves by embracing the light within our hearts.
Jade is also part of all female 3- piece band Mamatung who sing songs of empowerment, inspiring others to embrace their free and wild nature.
Hannah is a dancer and storyteller. For 20 years now she has followed the search for an authentic and wild life through the lens of travel, music, dance and poetry of the body. The fabric of her work is decorated with each experience.
She is co-creator of SEER movement; Sacred Earth Embodied movement and Ritual. Her ethic is centered on the belief that dance is a movement medicine ; a tool of transformation, exploration, release; a way of deepening your connection with self, the Earth and the cosmos.
Hannah is also a doula, and is passionate about bringing a more spirit led experience of pregnancy, birth and early motherhood. She is Well Woman Yoga Therapy practitioner under the guidance of Uma-Dinsmore-Tuli.
She is co-artistic director of London based, FireWater, a co-operative of dancers creating women’s circles, blessings, visionary performances and holding the space for advanced learning.
Laura is an artist and an art Psychotherapist. Based in Surrey, her practices are driven by a need to be outside.
Her artwork is influenced by her emotional tie to the elements and seasons, creating landscape paintings, encompassing her response to nature’s narrative.
From Laura’s rural studio she hosts regular open studio therapeutic art sessions, inviting small groups to connect to their creative self.
Her art therapy approach is psychodynamic and person centred, based on art being a form of communication. She is greatly influenced by environmental art therapy practices and is now taking her therapy and her art into nature.
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