Hi there! I’m Bron

Grief happens and sometimes life really sucks 🙁

In 2014, I had my second baby girl, just 6 weeks after my brother was murdered and 4 months after my dad passed away unexpectedly following emergency surgery.

Turns out, my older daughter who was 2 at the time, is neuro – diverse (autistic/ADHD).

I just thought I was crap mum – shouting, struggling and eating my way through those first few years, on a mission to find something, anything, that would help me not feel so desperate.

After many years of believing I had to be better, do better, change myself, blah blah, blah, it was a relief to uncover the truth that I was not broken and didn’t need fixing. No one does!

That we all have an inner wisdom and resilience that is 100% reliable was so freeing and hopeful, I had to learn more.

I qualified as a 3 Principles Practitioner with One Thought and am proud to be an advanced Little Peace of Mind Practitioner.

Having worked as a kids physiotherapist for the last 20 years, seeing (and experiencing), the struggles that parents, carers and children face, I now help people (mums in particular), who are going through tough times and struggling with depression, grief and stress, to find hope, love and peace of mind again too.

My aim is for people to have a lot less FFS and a lot more LOL in their lives!

Much love,

Bron xx

PS. I wrote a love note just for you xx


Random Stuff About Me 🙂

I am hopelessly addicted to cake and chocolate. Chocolate cake? I’m yours baby!

I used to be in the UK Territorial Army and went on tour to Afghansitan as a physio in 2006

I’d love to get back to doing crazy, muddy runs and races like I did pre – kids

I have a scar on my leg that I tell people I got from a shark bite! 9/10 times, people believe me! (It’s actually from a car accident when I was 7)

My name is Welsh but I am actually South African. Now I live in Wales, it really confuses people when they hear me speak

My kids appear to believe I am a climbing frame. This is literally how I spent every zoom call during the first lockdown. Home schooling, home working – doing neither very well!!



“Go inside, where your quiet strength is strongest. This is where your protection from the craziness of the world resides.”

Elsie Spittle