Normal people call me Emma, but I like to call myself Ariadne, mostly because I’m a freak for Greek mythology, also because I think it’s damn cool. I’m a thirty something Scottish girly with a penchant for green smoothies and whisky (not together, cause that would be gross). I love life, chocolate and men…probably not in that order. I run a sexy little website called Raw Food Scotland (I know, boring name, right?) where I talk all sorts of nonsense about how to eat more raw food to feel positively awesome. I love sharing with people how easy and sexy it is to eat healthy food without losing the plot completely. I also swear a lot and come up with inappropriate blog titles that make my mother blush. It’s allsorts of fun. Life is for dancing!
Corrina Gordon-Barnes is a self-employment coach and author of Turn Your Passion To Profit: a step-by-step guide to getting your business off the ground. She helps talented people who love what they do but aren’t yet sure how to consistently find clients and make money; she helps them enjoy the impact and income they deserve. She has a monthly business-building column in Om Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine and writes a popular fortnightly blog sharing effective strategies for heart-centred, authentic marketing and profitable self-employment. She is a certified professional co-active coach (CPCC) and Anthony Robbins has referred to her as “an articulate and passionate agent for change”. She lives in Cambridge, England with her partner, Sam.
Donna (Ezmeralda in her heart) Carter is an artist who makes truly beautiful, beautiful things inspired by the goddess, womanly words and anything that strikes her as beautiful and feminine. She creates every day in her own self taught way with her Wendy-wife, handsome cool-as-they-come son, two smelly rescue dogs a temperamental black cat and various teen children who drop in, cause chaos and leave again.
She also has a filthy mouth.
Kay Gillard is a shamanic practitioner and teacher who works to support those who walking a healing path while keeping it real.
She teaches a modern, practical and down to earth approach to shamanism – it’s about reconnecting with true, inner power and it’s for real people living in the real world. Her passion is to help everyone on the healing path to become more powerful, and to honour and support their unique spirituality through her writing, workshops, mentoring and online broadcasts.
To follow Kay’s free weekly ‘Power Talk’ videos and other great resources, visit her website and sign up to her mailing list: www.kaygillard.com
I’m a tattoo-splashed, burlesque-lovin’, belly-dancin’, 1940s stylin’ rockabilly princess who writes make-life-better words for love AND money. I drink a lot of green tea. Oh, and pink champagne although not together, that would be all kinds of wrong. I kiss my hot viking beau. I believe in love and pretty, pretty shoes. I’m rarely seen without hot pink lipstick, I have an amazing ability to accessorise and I’m crazy-passionate about cheerleading lady-kind to become badass, embrace their awesomeness and become mistress of their destiny, and their wardrobe too, obv.
Lisa Marie Selow
Lisa Marie Selow has a life mission of liberating as many women as possible. She is a rocker chick, life coach, motivational speaker, modern mystic, and women’s empowerment expert. Her specialty is helping you to get out of your comfort zone and gain courage to live your best life possible. She is the Hay House author of the book, A Rebel Chick Mystic’s Guide, a self-help book for brave, misfit women (or those who desire to be), which helps the reader write her own guide for living life on her terms. Lisa has been involved in the healing arts since 1998 in various roles such as massage therapist, energy worker, intuitive consultant, and most recently, as a life coach. She has studied both formally and informally with many top spiritual and personal development teachers for more than 20 years. Lisa lives in Detroit, Michigan with her husband, JT and several electric guitars and some very friendly, outdoor squirrels.
Stephanie Brookes is the author of ‘How to Be a Spiritual Goddess’. Her fresh, pragmatic and youthful approach appeals to a wide audience, leading to appearances on BBC Radio 2, ITV’s This Morning, Talk Sport, and interviews in the Daily Express and Company magazine. Her interest in spirituality grew from a childhood encounter with Spirit. As she approached adulthood, she began to actively question whether there is in fact a spiritual aspect to our lives. Stephanie’s work is helping redefine spirituality for a young, savvy generation.