The team

of the Moulin des Hirondelles

Aya Annika Skattum

As a transpersonal therapist, art therapist and whirling dervish, Aya has been working with people for 25 years, both individually and in groups. She leads retreats and offers support to anyone who wants it. In addition to the training she has undergone, it is her spiritual journey that drives her. This path is nourished by pilgrimages, retreats, daily practices and a long-term commitment to a Sufi Sheikha. Originally from Norway, she grew up in Africa and has lived in France for over 25 years. Her professional experience in tourism and interior design, the coordination of artistic and cultural projects and the creation of other venues is now combined in her role as "miller" at the Moulin des Hirondelles. Aya thrives on nature and working with living things. She has trained in permaculture, has discovered that she is a market gardener and loves to share her love of living things.

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Mélanie Noura Buonomo

Noura lives and works at the Moulin des Hirondelles. As hostess, she will welcome you and you will be in contact with her before your stay. She has lived abroad and speaks 4 languages (French, German, Spanish and English). She has studied Spanish literature and civilisation, performing arts and the art of massage. She trained to lead family constellations and women's circles before committing herself in 2018 to the Sufi voice with Fawzia al Rawi. Today, for the well-being of body and soul, Noura offers oil massages and "sung energy treatments & healing touch". She also runs singing meditation and intuitive writing workshops. Finally, she offers individual guidance through family constellations. You might even get the chance to hear her sing by the fireside or at a workshop.

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Jean-Michel Fradin

"After more than 25 years of osteopathic practice, experience has shown me that in many cases, a strictly medical or bodily approach is not enough, even though restoring major bodily functions and restoring full vital potential are fundamental. This is why, in order to understand the individual as a whole, I became interested in psychology, and in the connections between the body, consciousness and the spiritual dimension of being."

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Primelle Lamballais

A lover of nature and a voracious liver of life, Primelle loves to pass on and share her knowledge, especially when it comes to taking care of oneself! After guiding her pupils along the learning path during her career as a schoolteacher, she now devotes herself to plants and well-being. Following her training at the Ecole Bretonne d'Herboristerie, she and her colleague Lila gather, cultivate and elaborate concentrated bud macerates and extracts of fresh medicinal plants, with the aim of offering their virtues to those who need them. She has also come to her well-being through Reiki, which she came across serendipitously on several occasions, and which brings profound well-being to her body and mind on a daily basis. Trained in Reiki Usui 1st and 2nd degrees, she transmits it with great enthusiasm, joy and simplicity.

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Lucie van der Werf

"In my quest to come ever closer to the divine human that I am - as are you - I have deepened my experience of the tools that have helped me most, such as sophrology, yoga, singing, a conscious approach to nature, massage, cleansing of disruptive energies and energy healing. Each day and each experience offer me the opportunity to know myself better and to let myself be guided more by my intuition and by the divinity in me, rather than by my personality. This gives me profound joy! So it's with great enthusiasm that I propose different ways of accompanying you to the heart of who you are."

Lucie Van der Werf offers yoga workshops at Le Moulin des Hirondelles, as well as energy treatments.

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Eliane Spanin

"A certified mindfulness meditation teacher with the Mindfulness Training Institute (MTI), my personal practice and understanding are nourished by the teachings of Martine and Stephen Bachelor, Martin Aylward and Pascal Auclair. I help adults discover and experience mindfulness. My aim is to provide everyone with the keys they need to reconnect with themselves, with others and with the world. My meditation practice became part of my daily life in 1982, after I became certified as a physiotherapist and osteopath. Chinese medicine, Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan, disciplines I've taught for over 20 years, also feed into my teaching, which I offer today through the association Ateliers du soi."

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Elise Hadiya Dubot

"As a life assistant and end-of-life Doula, I adapt to the person who comes to me, with the aim of supporting them on their journey. I accompany the elderly and those suffering from illness, and I offer specific, attentive support to people in mourning, people approaching the end of life, and to family caregivers. Being of service is the basis of my practice. In service of the Living. In service of nature, of which humans are a part, and of humans, who are a part of nature. I like to nourish my soul by painting the colors and movement of life, by cooking, dancing and laughing, and I'm keen to share this with the people I accompany. For me, the simplicity of the encounter helps us to let go and brings us back to basics."

Coralie Noaille

"Trained as a psychomotrician with a passion for movement and learning, I decided to train in the Feldenkrais Method. Very quickly, this learning process became part of my consultations and played an increasingly important role in my personal and professional life. Today, I have the pleasure of accompanying people in this process, which enhances self-awareness and opens up new possibilities and openings in both mind and body."

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Krisell Corre

Kristell is a lover of all living things. A dietician-nutrtionist, she accompanies people on a path of peace and trust with food and their bodies. Trained in a range of practices such as mindfulness and sensory movement, Kristell helps people rediscover lightness before, during and after meals. Her aim is to respect the living being in each person, its nature, and to get away from automatisms and conditioning. She also has another resource: recognising and using wild plants. She regularly runs workshops on this theme, and often regenerates herself in flourishing green spaces.

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