Celebrant services in Somerset
GREETINGS! I am Michele Bentley and I am delighted to offer my services as an independent funeral celebrant, as well as a free-spirited "Elemental Celebrant". I love working with nature and incorporating traditional rituals into my ceremonies, using the elements of Air, Fire, Water and Earth. As a graduate of the prestigious "Sacred Celebrant Academy" in Glastonbury, I am here to help you create a celebration you will cherish always, be that a beautiful Celtic-style Handfasting for a Wedding or Vow Renewal, a Baby Naming Day full of delight or a heartfelt Passing Over Ceremony.
I also offer holistic healing therapies for both humans and other animals, using crystals, flower essences and sound. I am a qualified crystal healing practitioner (ACHO accredited) and am currently completing my BFVEA training as an advanced practitioner of flower and vibrational essences. I am a consultant for the Katzeye Essential Oil Blends and am excited to be creating the high vibrational range of Wild Oak Alchemy Sprays.
As a gong practitioner, I work with integral sound healing, using voicework, Tibetan bowls, tuning forks, crystal bowls and shamanic drum alongside my beautiful gongs. This can all be included in both celebrant work and healing sessions. I also offer private sound baths in a candlelit yurt (1-3 people), as well as monthly gong and sound baths in various locations around Bath and Somerset.
Please do get in touch and let me know how I can be of service, either as a celebrant or to gently guide you further along your healing path.
At your service...
Wishing you love, light and happiness
Feel free to get in touch
If you would like to have a chat about your ideas, or provisionally book a weekend for your celebration, please call Michele on 07971 910769
... or complete this enquiry form and I will get back to you promptly
Wild Oak Ceremonies
Somerset BA3 4SA
Telephone: 07971 910769
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