Are you preparing an End of Life event for yourself or another? Here you will find all you need. My duty of care and intention is to ensure your wishes are realised. There’s information on a variety of services and with a free – no obligation – consultation you can gain advice and support in areas not commonly covered by regular High Street providers. I’ve supported the bereaved and conducted ceremonies and rituals since 2008. In 2013 I gained a level 3 diploma in Funeral Celebrancy (QCF) the highest UK qualification in this industry.

I am a qualified and an accredited Funeral Celebrant who has studied and practiced Shamanic and Cultural rituals. Ceremonial end of life practice is universal and as diverse as the people who use them. I work closely with you to provide a personal authentic and unique spiritual event.

I have no religious affiliation & am happy to use religious content if required. End of life is extremely sad yet, as we combine you’re wishes within ceremony, meaning and completion unfolds.

Testimony “The ceremony was conducted with an openness which gave room for all to come together to celebrate the life. Aama is someone with a gift for bringing people together and holding a sacred space. I definitely recommend Aama as a celebrant”. Natacha (Sth London)

End of life care is support for people who are preparing for their death in the in the last months or years of their life.

End of Life care should help someone to live as well as possible until death, and to die with grace and dignity. The people providing your care should ask you about your wishes and preferences, and take these into account as they work with you to plan your care. They should also support your family, carers or other people who are important to you.


Palliative care isn’t just for the end of life. You may receive palliative care earlier in your illness while you are still receiving other therapies to treat your condition.

End of life care includes palliative care. If you have an illness that can’t be cured, palliative care makes you as comfortable as possible, by managing pain and other distressing symptoms. It also involves psychological, social and spiritual support for you and your family or carers. This is a holistic approach, as it deals with you as a “whole” person.


There are many rituals and special activities that can be introduced at this important stage of Crossing the Veil.  A Celebration of Life is an opportunity for family members to enjoy and complete their relationships whilst their loved one is present.


An important aspect of death is acknowledging Ancestors.  This can be incorporated during and after death and is an important and satisfying grieving process for the family and loved ones involved.


There are now many natural and alternative ways to present rituals, plan funeral services and bury your loved ones. From wicker caskets & urns to natural burial grounds. The options have grown. I would love to discuss this with you.

For further information on end of life care contact us using the contact form.