Originally from Wexford, Anna has the sea in her soul but she has been living in the HEART of Ireland- the Wild Midlands- for many years now!
She is a professional Counsellor, an experienced Bean Feasa (Woman of Knowledge) aka Irish ‘Shamanic’ Practitioner or Therapist of the native Irish and Celtic tradition, an ordained Pagan Priest (FOI), Clergy member of Pagan Life Rites Ireland and a member of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.
Anna is also a Holistic Trainer and legal Marriage Celebrant with more than a decade experience in her field. She is very passionate about creating magic through encouraging women to achieve their potential, gender equality (equality should be everyone's goal!) and empowering everyone to discover their own wisdom and healing within themselves. She believes that a great way of doing this is by helping them to establish and restore connections to nature, the Earth, each-other, Spirit and ultimately self!
She hates cooking and disorganisation, tolerates cleaning but loves getting lost in the woods with her dogs, living outdoors, smelling of campfire smoke, drinking coffee, sometimes writing bad poetry but above all her family and friends and being a Mother to her beautiful daughter 💚
Paul Corcoran is a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. He is rather fond of trees and long walks on the beach with his husband and their dogs. He drinks a lot of tea and he doesn't know how to work a tv remote. He is terrified of his phone ringing. He lives in his homeland of north Co. Cork. Paul is also a celebrant and his other passions in life include Toastmasters and 5Rhythms
Eimear Burke is a practicing Druid and works both as a Psychologist and a Celebrant. As a Druid she is the Chosen Chief of OBOD (The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids).
With her late husband, Howard Campbell, she founded the Kilkenny Druid Grove, which is based at their home in 3 Castles in Kilkenny. Their Grove hosts celebrations for all eight festivals in the Wheel of the Year. The ceremonies are attended by Druids and Pagans of all paths, as well as by people from all sections of their local community. Their aim was to promote Druidry as a creative way of living in balance with the natural world.
Her work as a celebrant means that she creates and facilitates rites of passage for people, marking all the important events in life from baby-namings to funerals. She particularly enjoys performing handfastings, and is licensed to carry out legal marriages in the Republic of Ireland. As a Priestess of The Fellowship of Isis, she works to honour the Goddess and the Divine Feminine in all her forms. As a storyteller, she takes a particular pride in continuing the oral tradition of Irish folklore, and focus on Irish mythology.