Soul Midwives- Saturday February 23rd and Saturday September 7th

Intro Course

Saturday February 23rd and Saturday September 7th.

This is very popular one-day introductory workshop covers the role and scope of soul midwifery. It is an exciting and inspiring day exploring the dying process, soul midwifery concepts and techniques to assist the dying.

This course is a great “taster” session and a good way of finding out if Soul Midwifery is for you
Please bring a packed lunch. We provide other refreshments, and biscuits and cake.
Fee: £120

Some recent comments about this day:
“Many, many thanks for the amazing Intro Day yesterday. It was so informative and inspiring” DB
“Thank you for a wonderful day, so interesting, so illuminating, and for all the trail blazing work you have done as you followed the call to work with the dying”. ME

“Thank you so much for the workshop yesterday, I really enjoyed it, you were so genuine in your delivery, and I admire all the work you do.” JP

“I am so glad to have been able to attend your “Introductory Day” on Saturday. Thank you for your warm welcome and wonderful teaching.” V P-S

Fee: £120 by BACS or, £125 if paying through Paypal ( or a cheque payable to Soul Midwives as a last resort)
To book a place on any of next year’s Intro courses, please email us at info@soulmidwives.co.uk for a booking for

You can either pay by cheque, or use the form below to pay the deposit, or full amount for this course via Paypal.

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Sorry, these courses are non-refundable, although you can transfer to another course of your choice and venue within a year of booking, please email info@soulmidwives.co.uk for a booking form.

What is Soul Midwifery?

‘A good death is an extraordinary, moving and sacred experience. It can also have a healing quality, not only for the person who is involved but their families, friends and the wider community.’ (Felicity Warner, Gentle Dying)

What are Soul Midwives?

Soul Midwives are non-medical, holistic companions who guide and support the dying in order to facilitate a gentle and tranquil death.

Soul Midwives

  • listen, provide gentle therapeutic techniques and ensure compassionate care at all times
  • work holistically with both the spirit and the soul of the dying person
  • keep a loving vigil
  • create and hold a sacred and healing space for the dying person
  • recognise and support the individual needs of the departing soul to enable a tranquil death
  • use sound, touch, colour and smell and other gentle techniques to help alleviate pain and anxiety
  • support families and loved ones.

The Soul Midwife’s most important role is to provide comfort, continuous support and reassurance in helping a dying person to experience the death he or she wants.

A new way of dying

‘It should be a sacred day for you when one of your people dies – a sacred day, when a soul is released and returns to its home.’ (Black Elk)

We all die. But there are good deaths, and not such good deaths. Most of us hope to die, pain free, at home, with our loved ones around us given the choice.But not many of us actually achieve this. Most modern deaths are at best, efficient but clinical, institutionalised, functional and soul-less. Soul midwives ensure that death is a dignified and peaceful experience.

In traditional cultures around the world, death has always been regarded as an important rite of passage, an initiation, a journey across a spiritual threshold. Modern soul midwives are able to draw on these ancient skills and traditions, applying them to our modern world and using them to ease the passage of those who are dying.

Soul midwives lovingly assist and accompany a dying person on their journey, and can provide their services within a home, hospital or hospice.

To find out more, please click this link