Project Description

Rachel May, Director Oxford Storytelling Festival, NCT Birth Doula

Rachel is a doula for both birth and death. She supports humans through times of transition and is deeply charged by the Mystery of Life. The offering she brings to Wider Horizons is a workshop entitled the ‘Story based exploration of Life’.

Rachel May lives with her three teenage daughters in London, and spends time in the wilds of Devon, Cornwall and Wales. She is a doula for both birth and death, and supports humans through times of transition.
Storytelling and hearing the voices of Nature have become more prominent in her work and last year she birthed the Oxford Storytelling Festival. 

Rachel May has studied Advaita philosophy, meditation, doula training, outdoor leadership, dance, celebrancy, public speaking, coaching and has a diploma in adult education.

WORKSHOP – Story based Exploration of Life

The offering she brings to Wider Horizons is a ‘Story based Exploration of Life’ workshop. We will be looking at how stories shape our lives, how we can be the author of our life. The aim of the workshop is to empower young people in their transition to adulthood and give them tools to use in their lives.