Dancing Light of the Plants is a medicine woman perpetuating Celtic tradition, herbalist, light-passer, shamanic practitioner and priestess. For many years, she was initiated to shamanic healing practices by different shamans of celtic, siberian and amerindian cultures. She received her name as a medicine woman after 7 years of shamanic apprenticeship in Ireland where she pioneered the initiation of the “way of the wise healer”.
Trained in Plant Spirit Medicine (Sacred Plant Medicine) in Ireland by Carole Guyett and in the Herbalist tradition in Quebec by Daniele Laberge, she was given the mission to practice and teach sacred plant medicine in France. She is now involved in the FSPM, the International Foundation for Sacred Plant Medicine, where she works in the Accreditation Team. Perpetuating the art of ancestral shamanic healing techniques and the Plant Spirit Medicine, Dancing Light of the Plants helps you to regain your true nature and to unfold your inner light.
She created D’âme Verte, a school of shamanism and sacred Plant medicine where she also teaches for several years the traditional and shamanic herbalism. Through various initiatory training programs and ceremonies that she animates, Dancing light is dedicated to helping beings to better understand the meaning of their life, to heal the wounds of soul which prevent them from advancing serenely towards their destiny, foster the emergence of their true being, and reveal or develop their talents, or personal medicine.
From 2012 to 2015 she has been initiated to the goddess mysteries in school Dea Mystica.
Since 2012 Dancing Light has officiated more than 100 shamanic ceremonies : drum circles, medicines circles, light circles, galactic circles, harmony circles, but also shamanic weddings and fertility rites. She is now sharing her knowledge and experience with those who aspire to follow this sacred path.
In august 2022 Dancing light has been ordered in the temple of the plants at Derrinagittah as
Priestess. She offers the blessings of the plants spirits and of celtic Goddess Flidais.