Xochi Balfour is a mama, guide and naturopathic nutritional therapist (Dip NT, CNM).
Through her writing and work with groups and individuals, she explores all areas of vitality – combining natural healing and methods of spiritual inquiry to guide her clients in remembering their true nature and cultivating greater harmony within and without.
I work with women and mothers around sacred feminine remembrance - of our true nature and our intuitive wisdom.
I nurture a supportive space of sisterhood where we can feel held to heal our individual and collective wounds together, remembering the divine ways of the feminine, and stepping with grace, gentleness and love into our most radiant, powerful selves - through sacred practice, earth-based ritual and remembrance of our shared place of belonging within our great mother, Nature.
In this age where stress and disease levels are permanently on the rise, and the female identity is being pulled in many different directions, many of us find ourselves divided, conflicted and beset with imbalance both energetic and physical. As women this can leave us dissociated from our most sacred space of wisdom and knowing. Consciously returning to a more natural way of being, in harmony with the planet and for which we were designed, is one of the most empowering things we can do.
Through my mentoring, writing, retreats and ongoing learning with a wonderful family of teachers and traditions, I work to inspire individuals to return to their power, live with greater intention and dream in a more authenticand embodied life. Vitality, wholeness and presence are within everybody’s reach and there is a wealth of wisdom out there, wanting to be passed down for us to tap into collectively. Together, we can create a bespoke roadmap to our own true, unique expression of Self.
Now is the time: our planet, our Mother, needs us to step up, and as women we hold the precious key to intuitive nurturing deep within… now is the moment to reclaim our forgotten wisdom and step into our unique power and purpose.
As my learning deepens and the community grows, I am always deeply humbled by the inspiration and possibilities that unfold in daily life.
Come and join the journey.
photo: Anouska Beckwith