My name is Noémie, I run animal communication workshops to help people enhance their relationship with animals and the natural world.
My work is about the profoundly important messages we can receive when we focus with our hearts. Through cultivating the heart as an organ of perception, we can develop our ability to listen to and communicate with one another as well as our natural environment – plants and animals included.
A lot of people feel drawn to animals and wish they could communicate with them as they struggle to understand their behaviour or where they are coming from. My workshops are designed to empower people to be able to remember this natural and ancient skill that has been used in numerous cultures for millennia.
Everybody can do it. And the truth is, you are probably already doing it anyway, without realising it!
I draw a lot from nature and ancient, nature based traditions. I studied yoga* for years, because I wanted to learn yogic techniques to refine my animal communication skills – The goal of yoga is to prepare oneself for meditation. Animal Communication is a natural side-effect of meditation.
Yoga, meditation and communing with nature are at the core of my practice. I do teach yoga to people with physical injuries or disabilities. My style of yoga is often described as restorative, grounding, relaxing and gentle.
I have facilitated Animal Communication workshops with various animals, using photographs and animal guest teachers. I have worked with cows and dogs quite a lot. You can read more about my journey as an animal communicator here.
I offer mentoring sessions via Skype to help people with any blocks that may come up.
To book, email me: focalheart|at|gmail.com (to check time availability).
In the mean time you can watch my videos on how people can enhance their relationship with other animals and the natural world on my youtube channel.
Noémie walked out of a successful career as a freelance photographer in France and moved to London to work full-time for the largest Animal Rights organisation in the world. After coordinating campaigns and demos all across Europe, she gave birth to her son and relocated to Sussex. As far as she can remember she always had the ability to communicate with animals telepathically. She deepened her skills with a herd of 40 cows and their farmer, who was very open to animal communication. On the cow’s request, she started to run well attended workshops, starting with the cows first and then later with dogs. She put her Animal Communication work on hold for a few years to take on a 500h+ yoga teacher training with the British Wheel of Yoga. She wanted to explore and deepen her psychic abilities through the practice of yoga, learning techniques that have been used in yogic traditions for millennia.
After successfully completing her training she is now a fully qualified yoga teacher and is running Animal Communication workshops again.
*The word Yoga has two Sanskrit roots – the first from yuj samadhau meaning concentration, to have an unbroken and constant connection to the object of thought. The second root is from yujir yoge meaning union or “to yoke”. To connect. Union is realised through the awareness and constant identification of the soul as the true nature.