Women’s Wellness Circle Co-Founder, Director and Coach
Frances is a therapist, coach, trainer, speaker, mother and the author of ‘You Can Heal Chronic Illness: The Lotus Process, 8 Steps to Health and Happiness’. Over five years, she went from house-bound with chronic fatigue to running half marathons and she’s since spent a decade dedicating her life to supporting 100s of women to recover their health.
Frances is a Master Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Trainer and Advanced Practitioner (AAMET Accredited), a Gupta Amygdala Retraining Coach, and a
For more information on working with Frances in one-to-one coaching sessions, visit her website www.francesgoodall.com
or email her at email@example.com
Women’s Wellness Circle Co-Director and Coach
Jen is a dedicated and compassionate Wellness Coach, EFT Practitioner (AAMET Accredited), teacher, writer and (slightly obsessive!) herb
Jen spent a lifetime with stress-related illnesses that culminated in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 2012. Through her recovery journey she tried – well, everything – and truly started to heal after joining the Gupta Program (for which she is now a trainee coach).
She now strives to support and develop nurturing spaces for others to connect with their true self, and realise their abundant power to heal and live fulfilled lives.
Women’s Wellness Circle Coach
Moon is a practitioner of the healing arts with over 18 years of experience. She is a certified EFT practitioner (AAMET Accredited), wellness coach, community herbalist, birth and postpartum doula, meditation teacher, biodynamic craniosacral therapist, and pre/perinatal psychology educator.
Moon’s unique life experience makes her a profoundly gifted practitioner. Over the past decade, she has progressively healed from
Having journeyed through the darkness and back, Moon
Women’s Wellness Circle Coach
Amanda is a therapist, coach, mentor, trainer, presenter, workshop and Retreat facilitator, as well as
Nature has always been her
Her own direct experience of IBS, ME/CFS, C-PTSD, chronic lower
Walking in nature has supported that slow pathway to post-traumatic growth – PTG. Not only surviving, but shifting into a way of life that is thriving, abundant, and full of meaning.
Amanda Bond BSc MA BCST BACP
ANFT Nature and Forest Therapy Certified Guide
‘A Wild Soul Woman’ Facilitator
For more information on working with Amanda, visit her Facebook pages:
Women’s Wellness Circle Operations Manager and EFT Practitioner
Joanne is from Sheffield. She is an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)
Practitioner and Reiki Master. She is well on her recovery journey from CFS/ME and she credits her recovery thus far to EFT, Reiki, using the Ashok Gupta Recovery Programme, dietary changes and attending and supporting Retreats of The Women’s Wellness Circle. She practises daily meditation
and enjoys Yoga, Tai Chi and walking in nature. She is also interested in Energy Medicine and crystals.
Joanne feels passionate about using the tools and knowledge she has acquired during her journey to help others recover from their own illnesses.
Joanne offers EFT and Reiki in the Sheffield/Chesterfield area. EFT sessions can also be given by
Women’s Wellness Circle Social Media Coordinator and Mindfulness Practitioner
As a Mindfulness, Meditation and Yoga coach, Amy is committed to helping everyone who crosses her path to
For 10 years, Amy endured 7 different illnesses in her body, all of which modern medicine considered to be untreatable. She believed she’d never get better, and the ability to live a normal life would never manifest.
But it did!
For more information about her services/healing journey and to book in for your first free mindfulness and meditation session via Skype, please drop her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her Facebook page: Mindfulness with Amy.
Women’s Wellness Circle Assistant, Yoga Teacher, Buteyko Practitioner and EFT Practitioner
Annabel is a Yoga teacher, Buteyko practitioner, and a student of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). After years of health conditions such as severe lung issues, intestinal disease, and
She is now devoted to teaching these and supporting others on their journey to healing. Over the years she has worked either in groups or one-to-one with women with a variety of mental and physical health concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and asthma, empowering them to reconnect with their bodies and reclaim their health.
For more information on working with Annabel one-to-one or attending her groups, visit her website www.annabelrushforth.wordpress.com