Felicity Warner, founder of the Soul Midwives’ Movement, is known for her pioneering approaches to the care of the dying. She lectures both nationally and internationally and runs the Soul Midwives’ School based in Dorset. Its unique training programme teaches holistic and spiritual companionship for the end of life enabling individuals to die with dignity and tranquility. She also campaigns for holistic, compassionate and de-medicalised approaches to end-of-life care.
A writer and broadcaster for 25 years, she is regarded as an expert in communicating all aspects of death and dying. Her Safe Journey Home was published by Hay House in 2011. The following autumn saw the publication of The Soul Midwives’ Handbook which guides readers through the core principles and techniques of this practice.
She is also a healer, and Myrrhophore (an ancient practice using sacred oils to heal) and lectures on their use. Her book on the subject was published by Hay House in September 2018.
Felicity is a visiting research fellow at the the University of Winchester and a specialist tutor at the London College of Psychic Studies. She was named End of Life Care Champion of the Year 2017 by the National Council for Palliative Care and the Royal College of Nursing, End of Life Doula -2017 by the Good Funeral Awards and was a finalist in the Daily Mail Inspirational Woman Awards 2017.
Felicity runs courses regularly throughout the UK and abroad.