Our Tutors


    Kay Le Sueur

    A bowls and gongs sound therapist, sacred drumming practitioner, person centered creative art practitioner, sensorimotor guided drawing practitioner, nature worker, yoga and shakti yoga dance instructor.

    Kay has worked in mainstream education for 17 years, as both teacher and senior leader. Delivering Design and Technology and Engineering to secondary school students, training teachers and leading departments/collaborative consortiums. Her aim being to support others to reach their full potential and empower responsible, sustainable design and living.

    Kay decided to extend her training to fully encompass her love of nature, creativity, sound healing and movement for wellness. Providing therapeutic sound, art and movement sessions.

    Following her own experiences with cancer, she works with Bedford Hospital and Macmillan to support other patients by facilitating their HOPE course, whilst supporting a local charity with therapeutic work for patients and carers.

    Based in a cosy private studio in Biggleswade, Central Bedfordshire, Kay offers a range of in person and online options, tailored to your individual needs.

    Including: 1-1 and Group Sound Healing; Shamanic Healing; Group Sound Baths; Therapeutic Art; Movement and Sound Sessions; Mindful Art.

    For full details and latest offerings, please see: Vibrance-Sound Experiences either on instagram, facebook or the website link below.

    Kay also works in partnership with fellow CoSH tutor Rosie Saunders as "Heart Song Hoop".

    Offering: Accredited practitioner training in Ocean Drum Healing and Drum Healing; Drum circles; Workshops; Retreats; Handmade rattles, drums and many other creative items.

    You are welcome to browse their website for up to date information and treasures.


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For more information, visit Kay's website or contact Kay by email or phone on 07810032472.

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