Today I've been treating an ex racing horse named Edward, but as I was writing up my notes at the end of the session it was another client that popped in my mind, one I'd treated many years ago when we first moved to Norfolk, his name was Edwin. Edwin - what an amazing horse, … Continue reading Edwin The Irish
"I just had to use rose for the latter client because the scent is so balancing and enticing. It allows the mind to wander into the beauty of life"
This part of the wheel of the year is my second favourite to Beltane. We're moving towards the light, Brigid is emerging and the Cailleach is taking a back seat. A birch branch is often used to sweep the dark energy of winter away, making way for the new vibration. I believe this is where … Continue reading Imbolc – Ewe’s Milk & Unity
Over the period of a few weeks, Julie tried several relaxing CD's, but noticed their was one sound that both dogs responded particularly well too, in fact both dogs were out for the count and slept most of the time she was out! The music on this particular CD featured a variety of singing bowls. … Continue reading Healing Animals through Sound Therapy
It's a windy winter's day here in the Norfolk countryside, but since when has that stopped me going out and about, searching, seeking, often stumbling, but always finding. Today is no exception. I'm off in search of a Holy witch. I've actually located the site in question many times, but never in winter. My Druid … Continue reading In Search of a Holy Witch
A little light on essential oils and dogs. Questions Can I use this or that oil with my dog?My dog took a turn for the worst after an essential oil treatment because he licked the bottleMy dog seems to be lethargic and I only sprayed his bed with lavender oil The three points above are … Continue reading Essential Oils & Your Dog
In Norfolk we are somewhat lacking in sacred springs and holy wells, but I made a short pilgrimage to one very site, just six miles away; practically on my doorstep!
I'm Niki and I love all the simple things of life; spending lots of time outdoors, walking the land, treading in the footsteps of our ancients, being surrounded by nature, sensitively gardening and growing organic vegetables and flowers in our Norfolk cottage garden with a little help from my chickens.