About The Teacher
I call myself an Earth Priestess – my work is to connect people again with the earth and to bring her life energy back into their lives. We are part of this Earth, but we do forget because of the demands of modern society, a society created on artificial principals that do not suit us earth beings. We can loose ourselves and not know anymore what really is important – the Earth will always let you remember who you are and why you are here. I am based in Glastonbury, UK, also known as the Isle of Avalon, but I am originally from the Netherlands.. I trained as a Hedge Witch and learned about the Celtic nature traditions and working with the Goddess. I work with ceremony, ritual, meditations, the Celtic Wheel of the Year, the elements and divination. I am also a singer and use sound in my work. I organise sacred tours and workshops to bring you back to your sacred natural self. If you cannot come to Glastonbury, I offer Skype life guidance sessions and meditations and an online courses.
After my first encounter with Glastonbury it was as if the creative source in me was opened. I felt a strong urge to write about Glastonbury and to my pleasant surprise the article was published in ‘Spiegelbeeld’, a magazine for personal development and consciousness. Since this time I’ve written a number of articles, among which for the magazines, ‘Paravisie’ and Frontier in the Netherlands and Spirit of Maat Magazine in the USA.
In 2008, on October 31, my first book came out in the Netherlands, called: The Magic of Avalon. In this book I try to describe what the Avalon energy is about and how it can be used. The English digital version is available.
In 2012 my book called ‘Earth Women Speak’ was published in the Netherlands (no English version as yet). In this book 13 women write about how they are looking at the Earth and what they are doing to change things for the better.
I feel very grateful that I live outside the rat race, in this beautiful bubble called Avalon, filled with heart energy and unconditional love. I hope to see you here one day.