Mother and Entrepreneur Dharam believes raising a child is a huge gift to any community and wants to see a family focussed Glastonbury where Mothering is recognised, supported and celebrated to the fullest. Let's reclaim the 'Village'.
KIM VON COELS
Kim is a mother and has lived in Glastonbury town centre since she was a child. She is very fond of the diverse community and often volunteers on community projects. Her passion lies in encouraging creativity and connecting people through effective sharing of local information.
Joy as been a Registered Midwife for 21 years and Registered General Nurse for 20 years. She is now a Birthkeeper and Project weaver for the Sacred Birth Centre project in Glastonbury. She provides professional consultations specialising in Antenatal education, Birth planning, Birth debriefing, VBAC, and Breech birth support.
Joy is an accomplished speaker, having taught at national and international conferences over the past 11 years. She is an advocate for individual choices, an ally for LGBTQAI+ people and provide fully inclusive care.
Iona is a Mother, Healer, Therapist and Priestess. She is part of the Glastonbury Goddess Temple and wants to create MotherWorld. She loves to do ceremonial work with mothers, and is also passionate about rites of passage and alternative education. She has set up an inspiring earth-based project for homeschooled children and is inspired to expand it for all ages.
Bindi helps Mothers and Birth and Parenting professionals to make real difference for Mums. We need to recreate villages by building support networks not only for new Mums but for Mums at any stage of their 'Mum' journey and for the professionals that help them.
Rebekah is a Mother, Pregnancy and post natal Yoga Teacher. She is the founder of the Mamma Village community network and supports local families in pre and post natal weekly support circles and is also a Post Natal Doula, and Ceremonialist offering Mother's Blessing ceremonies.
Rebekah brings families together, and supports them as they transition through the great life change of becoming parents. Rebekah believes when placing mothers at the centre, the whole community thrives.