Natasha grew up singing (in rural North Norfolk) and has always loved it for the way it opens her up, and has such wondrous capacity for bringing people together in joy. She loves to sing to heal and affirm and praise.
Travels and studies, including a degree in Russian, a yoga teacher training,and time in Steiner-inspired communities, led her to becoming an interfaith minister and celebrant. Music-making (flute and voice), sacred intimacy work and exploring innocence and play through the archetype of the clown/holy fool bring her great delight.
Her greatest passion is discovering,living and celebrating the ancient truths of love and life found in the wisdom, folklore and cultures of diverse peoples.
She has led community choirs, regular Taize groups, and, more recently, takes singing to patients and staff at the psychiatric hospital in Mundesley. She especially enjoys folk and devotional songs and chants from around the world. She has released three CDs as song-learning resources, and also loves to weave song and sound into her ceremonial work.