Heather Johnson and Jayne MacGregor share a love of contemplative spiritual practice and the inner path of transformation and healing. Their approach is holistic and based in the understanding of a person as a multidimensional being, someone who has physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual aspects . They offer in-person sessions in the St. Davids area and Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, as well as phone/skype sessions for those at a distance.
Heather Johnson, MA, Registered Member MBACP, is a trained counsellor who integrates humanistic counselling with the insights of Eastern & Western wisdom traditions. She has been a student of the Sufi path for 20 years and has also been greatly influenced by Buddhism, yoga and Taoism. Most recently she has been discovering the beauty of the Christian contemplative tradition. Her counselling work is rooted in the healing power of “presence”, a deepened capacity to feel and perceive in the moment, both through the senses and through the “eye of the heart”. In addition she is an experienced hypnotherapist and hypnobirthing practitioner who has been supporting couples through pregnancy and birth for the past 4 years in Pembrokeshire. She is originally from the U.S. and now lives in Pembrokeshire with her husband and two young sons.
Heather offers the following services:
Journey of the Self Intensives
Birth Preparation Program
Therapeutic & spiritual group work
Jayne MacGregor, RN has been giving spiritual accompaniment for many years and is trained and experienced in pastoral counselling and spiritual guidance. She has guided many people in their search for wholeness, healing and self-discovery, and is passionate about helping people to recover and discover the treasures within the inner wisdom path of contemplative Christianity, which is her own spiritual home. Her journey has been greatly influenced and enriched by practices from other faith traditions and by the many insights offered by psychology, of which she has a depth of personal experience.
She is a registered nurse with many years experience of nursing in varied fields, more recently working in two specialised areas – end of life and palliative care. Jayne lives and works in Pembrokeshire with her husband Don, who is an Anglican priest. They have three grown-up daughters. She helps to provide spiritual and pastoral support to individuals and groups within her local community and also further afield.
Jayne offers the following services:
Spiritual accompaniment and guidance
Teaching and guidance on meditation and contemplative practices
Facilitating group work
Leading spiritual retreats