Essie is a powerhouse, of a woman, who directs her energy towards helping others as she heals herself. She is strong and compassionate due to the many trials she has faced in her life, including living in foster care, being adopted at 4 years old and facing a severe case of dyslexia, which has gifted her the ability to listen and understand others in a unique way.
Being a mother of a beautiful, fun, 2 year old named Vera, and a wonderful wife to her loving husband Bruce, Essie now aspires to work together, as part of a community, to share knowledge, skills and resources, which all work towards goals of regenerating the earth, communities, our bodies and relationships!
Her hobbies range from spending time in nature, to dancing with her husband to old time records :-) She loves gardening and considers herself a student of each passing year.
Essie is excited to join forces with No Rain, No Rainbows, to help heal our earth and our communities... by looking inward and healing ourselves. 🕊🌱❤️
You can find Essie on Season 1 Episode 7 of the Netflix Series ‘Say I Do’ where she shares her story, highlighting the beginning of a new chapter in Essie’s life. Essie aims to use the wisdom and understanding gained from her hardships and pain, to help ease the pain for others that face similar struggles in life regarding self worth, self love and embracing who we are.
Katie is a licensed and accredited Heal Your Life Coach and Teacher Trainer, Certified E.F.T Practitioner, Ambassador/Regional Co-ordinator for Project Happiness, Rainbows Facilitator and currently training with Pet Partners to become a Amitola Care Farm Therapy Team with her 4 Miniature Donkeys.
Katie founded No Rain, No Rainbows 4 years ago in the U.K, the name was inspired from a plaque she was gifted to mark the end of along period of adversity. These experiences inspired Katie to share self love learnings with women and children whose lives were also affected by trauma, particularly abuse.
Katie has always felt a strong connection to animals and has experienced first hand their healing qualities. Her love of animals inspired her to become a vegan several years ago and more recently has inspired the launch of Amitola Care Farm; a safe, nurturing space for people who have experienced trauma to connect with animals in nature.
Katie moved to the U.S.A and now lives in Indiana with her best friend and Hubby, Johnny, and their growing family of animals that bring much love and joy to their lives and others.
Sorcha has a back ground in hospitality building successful high performing teams built on trust, support and integrity. She is currently the Strategy and Implementation Director for Greene King and has been instrumental in building and leading change programs across large scale projects including process change, innovation and communication.
Sorcha joined NRNR with a desire to work with a Charity again having previously trained as a volunteer several years ago for Victim Support. After witnessing the difference the organization made to a friend following a traumatic time in their life, she was inspired to do more than just work in the business world.
A keen lover of animals, all of her pets have been rescues; she knows how beneficial and calming they can be and also the confidence they can help bring to someone in need.
She currently lives with her husband and three furry friends; Elvis, Ernie and now there is a new addition Purdy; she joined as a foster and is now a permanent resident.
COMPASSION. CREATIVITY. CONNECTION
The human soul is worth fighting for. It is the part of us that feels, that has compassion, creativity and connection to the living reality of the body and the natural world. The human soul wants to thrive. The only world it knows to be true, is love.