Individual healing sessions can help alleviate physical symptoms and improve physical and mental wellbeing. They are good for overall health and peace of mind.

Healing and meditation consultations and classes are available at my studio set in idyllic countryside in Wiltshire, UK.

I qualified as a healer with The Healing Trust in 2003. As part of that training, I learnt how guided meditation could help a client relax at very deep levels, and create a space conducive to self-healing. Meditation has been a major part of my work ever since.

With a degree in English Literature from the University of Cambridge, I believe in the power of stories: for insights, healing and happiness. Books I have written include ‘Coping When Your Child Has Special Needs’ (Sheldon Press). More recently I have written for Kindred Spirit Magazine and The Huffington Post. I’m a trustee on the Board of The Healing Trust and edit their magazine, Spiritus. And I write healing poetry, most recently for ‘The Poetic Bond’.




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  1. I can feel that you’re doing wonderful work here….thanks for adding it to the world!

    • Thank you for your kind comments, Julianna. Your work with music and healing looks awesome.

  2. Thank you for the beautiful pictures and the healing messages…a great way to focus wellness and spirituality!

    • Thank you for your kind comments, Diane; much appreciated. I love your choice of words here. Beauty, healing, wellness and spirituality are truly life-giving and affirming. Just writing the words can make us feel good 🙂

      • I totally agree with you, where one focuses the mind, emotions and life intention can profoundly effect the outcome of their life…even writing these words give me hope..’Peace, Love, Inspiration, Positive thinking’!

  3. Very nice and inspiring blog, Suzanne! Thanks for following “Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean”. 🙂

    • Thank you Ganesh. I found your blog beautiful and uplifting.

  4. I look forward to reading more of your blog. I meditate a lot, too. Through illness, I’ve learned a lot already and continue to learn as much as I can. I also try to educate and inspire. Off to read some more of your posts. Have a great weekend.

    • Thank you for your supportive comments, Tammy. I admire your open and honest writing in your own blog… and I totally agree with you about meditation. It’s the fastest mood changer I know. Take care x x

      • You’re quite welcome. I just wish I had known more about meditation a long time ago. Hope you had a great day. 🙂

  5. Healing is a long road and takes commitment and strength to stand apart from the herd.. Sharing and healing others gives me faith that this is the true way of spirituality…Religion is a choice not a process…I feel most of us including myself had been or still are confused and thought they had to choose one over the other ‘Spirituality vs Religion’…how silly of a thought..Some day our planet will understand the unity principle. Love & Blessings to all!

  6. Thank you for your response…very helpful to share a world with like minded individuals like you…

    • And you, Diane. I value your words, ‘commitment and strength’ because each time I write about personal experience, I do feel exposed – I can’t hide among the herd! But it’s worth it.

  7. The truth is what heals and to be vulnerable in this way is the Spiritual way. My experiences came from the rooms of AA in which I was a nurse/counselor. This taught and demonstrated to me how to be honest and value each day. Addiction was their teacher, wholistic healing was mine, however, it does not matter what gets one on the path for in spirit all is the One. Suzanne, I love your share and others too, thanks.

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