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Rebecca O'DwyerRebecca O'Dwyer

 

Mind Body Spirit Coach, Inspirational Speaker, Constellations Facilitator, Artist, Sound Healer, and Animal Communicator - Rebecca O'Dwyer empowers others to live their truth with love.

 

She inspires women to re-connect to their feminine power, and supports them to grow, guiding them deep inside to discover their purpose and gifts or to step out into the world in a bigger way.  She is a catalyst for transformation, leading others intuitively through processes of profound change and into a more satisfying way of living.

 

Rebecca is a Cognitive Behavioural Coach and trained to Supercoach level with JudyMay Murphy.  She studied Systemic Constellations and Shamanic Healing in the Czech Republic and has a PTTLS qualification which enables her to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.     

 

 

 

 

 

Having practiced yoga for ten years, she is particularly interested in chant, mantra and the healing power of sound.  Rebecca has worked with Jill Purce using the fascinating healing power of Mongolian overtone chanting and Tibetan chants; as well as Narayani and Chloe Goodchild of The Naked Voice.  She went on to study Naad Yoga, the yoga of sound, with Professor Surinder Singh of the Raj Academy.  Rebecca is an accredited Laughter Yoga Leader with Dr. Kataria's School of Laughter Yoga.   

 

 

 

 

A natural horsewoman and Animal Spinal Therapist, Rebecca practices hands-on healing with animals using massage, acupressure and energy healing similar to reiki.  She works with animals and their people to heal and improve their relationship through animal communication.

 

Spending time with the horses, dogs and flock of coloured sheep on her organic farm keeps Rebecca grounded and connected.  She loves cooking healthy, nourishing food that tastes naughty for the people she loves, while dancing in the kitchen!   

 

 

 

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