Natasha Richardson is a Herbalist and founder of Forage Botanicals. After getting her Bsc, Hons in Herbal Medicine in 2010 she went on to qualify as a Doula and Antenatal teacher. Now she runs 2 clinics and specialises in women’s health. She loves holding women’s circles with her friends and reading books on a long train ride into the country side. She writes and photographs for our herbal articles.

Jasmine Pradham writes our yoga articles. She holds a 200hr RYT certification, is fully insured, and is a member of the Register of Exercise Professionals- (REPS). She teaches Hatha yoga (sometimes dynamic, sometimes slower) with an open heart and an open mind. She believes that every individual already has the tools they need to achieve true happiness and wellbeing, and that sometimes they just need a little help discovering them. She truly believes that a dedicated yoga practice can be the key to that toolbox, and aims to facilitate that discovery for her students. Owner of Stretch and the City.

Kris Walker, aka The Little Witch, writes our ritual articles. He lives in London, where he crosses the wilds of both inner city life and outer rural country, working with spirits of plant, beast, place and the beloved dead, to craft potions, powders, talismans and tools for authentic magickal experiences that yield real life results. Currently he is working on launching his brand of bioregional alchemy and charms through his bespoke witchery brand Wildthorne & Bone.

Chloe Manlay writes our nourish articles. She is a qualified Nutritional Therapist BSc (Hons) and 300 hour certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher. These trainings allow a unique perspective of working holisitically to heal the mind, body and soul with the aim of promoting lasting happiness, wellbeing and freedom. She currently works at a retreat centre on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. She is available for skype consultations and can be reached at, Instagram: @Chloe Manlay


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