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Creating Ceremonies

In 2016 I am attending a training to become a celebrant so I will be able to offer:


Personal Ceremonies ~ both out on the land and indoors.


Informal Community Celebrations ~  such as the Wheel of the Year and the Earth festivals and commemorations (community gardens; trees; benches etc).


More Formal Public Ceremonies ~ such as blessingways, births, baby namings, marriages/handfastings, funerals, memorials, blessings.


Creating Ceremonies - A Celebrant Training Course - Information

with Glennie Kindred & Annie Keeling


This is a certificated but non-accredited course offering a good foundation for those who are wishing to learn how to create a variety of ceremonies indoors and outdoors, and to cover a wide range of possibilities and situations.


As well as learning how to create ceremony in all its many forms, our aim is for you to enjoy a nurturing, expansive weekend, to unlock your creativity, your imagination and your ability to be open to new experiences. It will enable you to craft deeply personal ceremonies that mark moments of significance or major life transitions, both for yourself and for others.


The course will also encourage self-development, personal reflection and self-assessment. We will focus on good practice, integrity, authenticity and personal responsibility throughout.


I can offer and have facilitated different types of ceremonies including:

  • Menarche Ceremonies for young girls starting menstruation or women who missed out on a celebration of their first menstruation

  • Baby Blessing Ceremonies

  • Handfasting

Helen with garland