About Natasha

I am a spirited and loving human being with interfaith ministry as my calling. Inspired by Beuchner's definition of true vocation as 'the place where your deep gladness meets the world's deep need', I am happy to be taking my place in the world in this way.

I grew up on an organic small-holding and continue to seek right relationship with the Earth, while treading gently and celebrating the fullness of life with a lot of heart. I thrive on wholesome, simple living, beauty, mountain walks and cycle rides, snowdrops in the Spring...

Travels and studies, including a degree in Russian, a yoga teacher training, and time in Steiner-inspired communities, led me to ordination as an Interfaith Minister and spiritual counsellor in 2004. For four years I was a faculty member of the Interfaith Seminary. My work and interests have taken me to many places around the globe. I weave the inspiration of these encounters into my life and work.

I enjoy being part of intentional communities and am currently involved with this in Scotland and Sweden. Music-making (flute and voice), sacred intimacy work and exploring innocence and play through the archetype of the clown/holy fool bring me great delight.

My greatest passion is discovering,living and celebrating the ancient truths of love and life found in the wisdom, folklore and cultures of diverse peoples. I am currently working on a series of resource books centred around the life rites of birth, death and marriage.

"Live, love, laugh, bloom''  and.... (Anon)