I am a Water Womb Medicine Woman initiated in indigenous spirituality. a Women’s Health Educator training with Dr Aviva Romm. I am rooted in my relationship with the Divine. Through my heroine’s journey to heal my disconnection from my root and my heart I was blessed to receive sacred teachings from a variety of Elders practising Indigenous medicine throughout the world. From Naive American Indian Teachings to South African Ancestral Healing modalities, Movement Medicine,Womb Awakening Teacher Training, Mizan Abdominal Therapy and Herbal medicine for women.

I was initiated into this vocation by my yoni and called by my ancestors to alchemise my wounds. My three – fold ancestry, Bushmen, Islamic and Irish allows me to be a bridge between races, the ancestral, the traditional and the emerging.

My soul path teaches me that the frequency of love has the power to heal all things. This love speaks to me through my connection with the Divine feminine as she has been honoured by all traditions and cultures since the beginning of time.

I am called to work in the field of  Women’s Health, which encompasses trauma healing, shadow work, sexuality, fgm, reproductive rights, nutrition and movement.

My journey has led me to hold space for others to explore their inner worlds so that they may come to remember themselves. The Water Womb feminine mysteries teaches me how to become a carrier of the frequencies of divine love. I use sacred words and sound to open doorways for others to enter and explore themselves.

In 2015 I received the name Nomvula – ‘Mother of the Rains’ from Elder historian and Sanusi Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa after several years of being in deep relationship with Mama Virginia and with Baba Credo. I was blessed to listen to their many stories, to hold space for them and to receive their guidance and a few teachings during water ceremonies here in Cape Town. In 2019 my Water Womb Medicine journey came full circle as I became an Initiate of  Water Medicine Man and Peacemaker Mandaza Kandemwa. I am a gatekeeper for the feminine mysteries of my lineages. I have taken a vow to serve only love.

May love bring us all home to ourselves.