Guest Tutors On The Apprenticeship...

I have a gathered a couple of great experts in their individual fields, to help support the process and co-create with us during this unlearning process, our rewilding journey into Sacred Ecology...

Kamaldeep Sidhu is a practising Medical Herbalist based in Bristol at the Urban Fringe Dispensary. Kamaldeep graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Herbal Medicine from the University of East London, and prior to that worked as a Special Educational Needs teacher of Maths and English at an independent specialist college in Gloucestershire. She also completed a BA (Hons) in French and Spanish at the University of Bristol, during which time she took part in various community and public health initiatives in Argentina.

Kamaldeep has a special interest in the role of gut health in the development of disease and is dedicated to providing her patients with the most up-to-date information and advice to help them reclaim their health and vitality. As a Medical Herbalist, Kamaldeep uses herbal medicines based on a combination of traditional use and evidence-based research, but also offers advice and information about nutrition, supplementation and exercise for optimal health and wellbeing.

Poh-Eng San studied with the late Dr. Shen Hongxun, the founder of buqi and taijiwuxigong and has refined her energy healing skills with over 18 years of experience teaching taijiwuxigong and as a buqi healer. She works to facilitate a healthy movement of chi throughout the body. In the work with Rachel Corby she brings this background wealth inviting body listening and facilitates a freer personal movement enquiry based on her many years of experience in this field.

Poh-Eng trained with Eliot Cowan and qualified as a plant spirit medicine practitioner in 2004, and offers plant spirit healing.

Poh-Eng goes on pilgrimage on the land to honour and to heal where it calls her. She sees and has a sense that when our 5 energetic channels are fully open and our chi is flowing we can be fully in service to the great Mother. Attuning with the chi of trees, elementals and all sentient beings. Her joy is to move freely in this way, responding and initiating listening -stillness- movement. With respect and sensitivity.