Aromatherapy uses the ecological balance of nature and can help with the treatment of conditions such a stress, mental fatigue, arthiritis, rheumatism, low or high blood pressure and infertility, to name a few. It is an ancient tradition that can be dated back to 4000 B.C.E, in the time of Mesopotamia, where the use of [...]
The word 'subtle' means 'slight and not obvious'. Subtle aromatherapy works on a level that cannot be seen. The oils used in subtle aromatherapy work on a vibrational level. Vibrational means to 'be communicated on an unconscious level'. Subtle aromatherapy uses the subtle energies from the oils to influence and restore the energetic body of [...]
This is where my photography journey began. My dad belonged to the team of professionals who regenerated Deptford in the early 1990's. It's his photo really because he was the one who encouraged me to climb to the top of one of Deptford's many high rises. With my hard hat in tow and the wind [...]
I have fond memories of playing in the ancient forest that sat on the opposite side of the main road, from my house in Forest Hill, South East London. It was the same forest my dad played in as a child with his friends and brother. It was veiled in the mysticism of queens and [...]
My husband, daughter and me found an ants nest when we visited Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, as well as an array of Buddleia's alive with butterflies. Four out of five children now suffer with nature deficit disorder. Managing my 14 year olds sons connection with nature was much easier when he was younger. Now he likes [...]
I took this photo on my way back from Greenpeace Lobbyist training. This really is Angel underground station and sometimes I feel like I'm an angel underground. I was once compared to the trickster, who in psychotherapy, teaches us something about our inner self that we did not know. The trickster encourages us to strip [...]
My two beautiful children. I took this the last time I saw my dad alive. My children were so happy we had moved back to the south east from East Anglia. Their smiles are genuine happiness.
I took this on the disused railway of mid Norfolk, near a hamlet called Worthing, where I once lived. Set in the middle of an agricultural farm we was truly connected to nature. The river Wensum flowed across the field from where we lived and the fields hosted an array of crops from sugar beat, [...]