My Story

Jacqueline is especially well placed to support women gracefully through her courses and 1-1 sessions. With humour, compassion, and honesty, aided by the use of story, she helps people to regain their sense of worth, especially after a crisis in work or life.

Known as a playful maverick, who inspires and nurtures, Jacqueline deeply understands the complexity of being human.

As a well-being practitioner with over 25 years’ experience who has studied massage, counseling, Tibetan Kum Nye exercises to relax body and mind as well as Byron Katies ‘The Work,’ she has helped women transform, relationship issues, being bullied, regaining confidence, learning to let go and relax, as well as to understand the underlying causes of anxiety, that lead to self-doubt and a lack of self-worth. She is also a facilitator of the Transformation Game for 1 – 4 players. This rewarding board game tackles these issues compassionately.

As a theatre practitioner with an improvised theatre company, she learned the art and practice of Storytelling. She continues to use this to this day, as a storyteller, speaker, and writer. She has an ongoing practice of uncovering what it means to be an artist of the soul in everyday life. It is a foundation for the courses and 1 – 1 work she offers her clients.

As an advocate of Clarissa Pinkola Estes vast body of material, specifically ‘Women who run with the Wolves,’ ‘The Dangerous Old Woman,’ and ‘Mother Night,’ she uses stories and examples from this extraordinary work to help women understand their mythological journey and psychology. This leads to purpose and peace.

As a Storyteller, Jacqueline is particularly interested in Story as metaphor, teacher, and pathfinder in the journey of life. She focusses on Autobiographical story weaved in with tales of wonder and ancient knowing, passed down through time.

Her legacy is to re-introduce the wild soul back into society. A remembering of ancient knowledge for modern times. Assisting with returning to a co-operative and collaborative relationship with nature. She is inspired by the work of Emerson College, Schumacher College, Chalice Well Gardens, Embercombe, and of Clarissa Pinkola Estes and her work of reclaiming the Wild Soul.