We have a vision of life that honours the Sacredness and Unity of all Beings.
Our intention is to work in harmony with Nature to co-create a place of Beauty where the Earth and all Her worlds (plant, animal, mineral and human) are honoured and respected.
Our Dream is to offer a sanctuary where people can be in communion with Nature and remember who they truly are; a place of healing, learning and transformation.
I am a herbalist and a medicine woman, a healer and a teacher specialising in plant medicine. ‘Medicine Woman’ is a term used in many traditions. For me, it means offering myself in service to the People and to the Earth, standing in all that I am to the best of my ability and dedicating myself to a Path of Service.
It means holding Sacred Ceremony for the People and all the Worlds of Grandmother Earth, attempting to live my life as a walking prayer. I love plants passionately and my life is dedicated to honouring the plant world.
My Sacred Offering includes opening doorways for others so they can know their own Sacred Relationship with plants.
I studied herbal medicine in England in the 1980s and at the same time undertook a training in traditional European shamanism, being initiated on this Path in 1987. In 2010 I completed a ten year apprenticeship with Arwyn DreamWalker from Arizona, a Medicine Woman of Native American and Irish descent and a lineage carrier for the Dineh people (Navaho). My own work is a blending of Sacred Traditions, primarily Native American and European/Celtic.
Since 1987 I have been a practising medical herbalist, also working with flower essences and plant spirit medicine. In 1995 I came to Ireland with my husband Steve and our two young sons. Since then I have worked as a healer, a ceremonialist and a teacher, growing herbs and making medicines and essences. I teach herbal and plant spirit medicine and hold sacred ceremonies both in Ireland and abroad.
Steve is guardian of Derrynagittah, he attends to the land and to hearth and home, holding a place of safety, protection and heart.