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Celebrant Category: Funeral Celebrant
A warm hearted professional, who really listens. Hannah will help you create a funeral which accurately reflects the values and beliefs of the unique individual who has died, wholeheartedly celebrates their life, and holds their family and friends with loving care. An occasion like this can be a healing experience and a crucial part of the natural process of grief.
Hannah has 35 years experience as a professional Holistic Therapist and teacher, and has learned to work with sensitivity and discernment. She has been taking funerals since 2013.
She has a lifelong interest in the mysteries of life, and the transitions we all encounter. Major changes and bereavements, include caring for a loved one living with advanced dementia, have helped form her personality.
Hannah has practised Meditation from an early age and seeks to bring mindful awareness into all her work. Her ceremonies are calm, clear, warm and connected.
Before training in the healing arts, she graduated in Literature and History, and continues to enjoy writing. She also likes walking in landscape, yoga, growing plants and making music.
Hannah works throughout Kent and would be glad to hear from you.
"You are truly gifted in this work." Holly Clark Funeral Director
"Thank you for your expert guidance through the funeral process. We so appreciate the care and consideration you have shown us throughout. It was a really special service, and was everything we wanted." R P
"You guided us through this ordeal with dignity and respect. You have a great understanding of humanity." Jane, Louise and Frankie
"Thank you so much for being just lovely. Your support, care and generosity of spirit were amazing." Sharon Wilson
"What a wonderful experience it has been to work with you over the last couple of weeks. You gently guided me and produced a finished ceremony that our family really enjoyed and was true to Mums life. A long day but one that we are very proud of." Ron Young