Meet the doulas helping the terminally ill face death with a smile//Tree Carr

Meet the doulas helping the terminally ill face death with a smile//Tree Carr

The wonderful Tree Carr who joins us regularly as a guest for our Solstice celebrations and much more is also a Death Doula amongst all her loves and talents.

Find out more over online or give her a follow below.

instagram: tree_carr

Check out a piece on her in the latest Sunday Times Magazine if you subscribe.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/magazine/the-sunday-times-magazine/meet-the-doulas-helping-the-terminally-ill-face-death-with-a-smile-07dk3g2h2

She currently also has a new book out on @asterbooks @octopus_books_

North American dreamers, grab yourself a copy on Amazon! Get activating your dream realms!

The book is a guide for implementing a conscious dreaming practise into your day to day life.

Sunday Times Magazine, Article written by Hanna Hanra and photograph by Orlando Gili.

56549477_10218779603464701_7188362273688125440_n.jpg

In the Window: Venus Envy

In the Window: Venus Envy

Video works Venus Envy by Sweatmother.

In celebration of International Women's month we acknowledge the different versions of womxn Identities and their embracement of their Butch Femme, High Femme, Soft Femme, Femme Boy, Femme Babe, Queer and Non-Binary femme selves.

Women in Music: International Women's Day and VFD Celebrate Fanny.

Women in Music: International Women's Day and VFD Celebrate Fanny.

The goal is to achieve equality and we salute and share with you this week a group of women who were important, and celebrate their role in this world, in music and support a better way to find a #BalanceforBetter.

For all music lovers and those who may have loved the Bangles, these women are the reason why. We have the utmost love for the wonderful and diverse band ‘Fanny’.

In a male dominated rock scene they achieved top 40 success and with sibling band members from a biracial background, they found refuge in music.

The artist Barbara Streisand, when wanting to get a rockier sound asked them to join her in the studio.

They have a place in rock’n ‘roll , they were more girl power before the Spice Girls, they declared a place for women in music and a place for female immigrants of colour.

Check out their sound over at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/fanny/470327972

To Fanny with Love.

img_7211_wide-fbaedd637515f0ac58dbdfe066294686696d79c9-s800-c85.jpg