Your Life Transition Healer.
About Circle Of Life Centre
Circle of Life Centre is designed to bring together various holistic healing modalities located in a natural setting. The mission of the Centre is to support those who are either beginning their journey in life or are in their twilight years.
At the Centre we take you through a journey of healing based on where you are in your life. You may be at the beginning and starting a new life with your partner and baby. On the other hand, you or someone you love is at the end of life. It does not matter where you are on life’s journey. There is always support. If you are struggling with grief, trauma, physical pain, stress, anxiety, or overwhelm, you are not living in balance. This will result in you vibrating at a lower frequency.
We are all energy and vibration. The key to well-being, vitality, and peace is to increase your vibration. The question is: how can you raise your vibration? Being in nature and using holistic modalities daily are powerful natural ways to raise your vibration. People need to feel safe to heal and nature provides that safety net and sacred space. The ancients lived in harmony with nature and have held this wisdom for eons. Nature is where the noise of the world quiets and one is able to still themselves and rest. When you quiet the mind and emotions, you begin to listen to your body and respond to its needs. Everyone’s bodies are different and heal in different ways. One person may choose massage and water treatments whereas another may be looking for meditation and sound therapy.
When someone is at the end of their life, being in a quiet natural setting can be extremely healing. Yes, there can be healing even when someone dies. Being cared for and feeling safe creates the space where one can die with dignity and respect. It also allows the family members quality time with their loved one. This can ease the trauma and sadness of their loved ones death and everyone can find peace in the transition.
Meet Robyn Wyman
Founder | Life Transition Healer
I grew up living on the West Coast of Canada and my earliest memories are of hiking through the forest and playing in the ocean. I am my happiest when I am connected in nature as it balances me and has been essential to my well-being.
When I was 27 my sister was diagnosed with a brain tumour and her illness started my search for the purpose of why I was here. I remember the day she was diagnosed — I was very upset and went to my parents’ home to see her. I walked through the front door and she was in the hallway. We just hugged and cried and then she said, “Rob, no matter what happens I am going to be OK. All I need is your love.” It was profound and I felt a calm come over me and a deep truth that she would be fine.
She was in and out of the hospital during the next few years and I watched as her condition worsened. What amazed me was the way the doctors dealt with her. There seemed to be a disconnect. I felt they were distant and lacked compassion. She was very scared while in the hospital and fearful that they would give her chemotherapy. She had drawn the line on chemotherapy and didn’t trust that the doctors would respect her wishes. When they would inject her with something, she would get very upset and would ask me to deal with it. I became her advocate. For some reason I was able to have the difficult conversations and deal with the doctors. It’s amazing how and where your strength comes from when helping someone you love. She fought very hard but the cancer was very aggressive. There was nothing that could be done and she passed in her 25th year. I was 29 and pregnant with my daughter who was born five weeks after her death. It was a bittersweet time, incredibly surreal and I felt everything and everyone was in slow motion.
During the next seven years, six more people died, five of whom were family. To say the least, it was a difficult time. It is now what I understand as “layer cake grief”. Being a mother of three young children, I found myself searching spiritually. One thing I had clarity on was that I was going to look after myself and my children because our health was my responsibility. It was all about prevention. I was given the nickname “MaMa Bird” because of my practicality and common sense approach to healing.
I began to study aromatherapy which I found fascinating and helped me heal my grief. Holistic health awakened a joy in me for learning that I had never experienced before. I loved it and continued learning about herbs, massage, reiki, energy healing, crystals, and sound. All of these modalities worked on an energetic level; they were subtle and supported my spiritual growth. When I was 36, my mom died and this was when I decided to volunteer in Hospice. I didn’t want people to suffer as I had and believed that I could help them while they or someone they loved was dying.
I gradually moved into a new field of holistic health and began to work in the spa industry as an esthetician. I did work as an esthetician but my focus was on body work — specifically massage. During the massage my clients would shift and many would become very emotional. At the beginning I didn’t understand what was happening; however I knew that I was being guided to help them and I trusted it. As time went on I developed my skills and became aware that I was holding space for my clients so that they felt safe. When they were in this relaxed safe space, they would allow the healing energy to flow through their bodies. It was truly an amazing experience for me. I also noticed that I was doing something far more than massage.
After years of working in the spa field, I decided to combine these modalities with my love of nature. I created, built, and ran a wellness centre called Full Bloom Farm in the country with lavender fields, herbal gardens, and aromatherapy. This became a powerful sacred space where people were invited to experience themselves in a serene setting.
Full Bloom Farm hosted garden tours, lavender festivals, events, yoga and meditation classes, wellness workshops, and ceremonies that focused around nature. We also produced a line of natural lavender bath and body products that was sold at the farm and in natural health stores. In addition, culinary lavender and lavender honey was sold to numerous restaurants.
After nine years of running the centre, my marriage ended and I decided to sell the business. I was faced once again with having to let go and enter a new transition. Up to this point, I was always the serious one taking care of others. With this new shift, I allowed myself to explore ME. I spent a few years travelling and learning how to play again. My belongings were placed in storage and I began my journey which I called, “My Grand Adventure: My Love Affair With Myself.”
I traveled to many countries and focused on my personal growth and expansion. During my time in Ireland, Peru, and India I was exposed to death and noticed how differently it was done than in the West. Certain cultures embraced death as part of life and created rituals around the person’s passing that I knew nothing about. When I returned to Vancouver, I began to explore death and grieving in depth. I studied Conscious Dying and Multi Dimensional Grief Resolution Coaching and became certified to support people and families to find peace as they transition through the end of life.
My mission is to support people going through two of the most important phases of life: beginning and end of life.
Cycles of Life
And How They Affect Your Health
Circle of Life Centre is designed to bring together various holistic healing modalities located in a natural setting. The mission of the Centre is to support those who are either beginning their journey in life or are in their twilight years. At the Centre we take you through a journey of healing based on where you are in your life. You may be at the beginning and starting a new life with your partner and baby. On the other hand, you or someone you love is at the end of life. It does not matter where you are on life’s journey. There is always support.
Leanne Labadie“Robyn’s healing energy is warm, grounded and nurturing. She has an angelic nature about her. I am going through a situation with a loved one and it has been very stressful and trying on me. Robyn has helped me to see that I am grieving what was and she has encouraged me to be present, grounded and to stay focused on the bigger picture. I am grateful for her wisdom and awareness. She is a gifted healer.”
Susan Wright“Robyn has helped me gain insight, wisdom, and profound healing through my grieving process. After losing both my parents in a short period of time, I was seeking information and guidance to navigate unresolved feelings rooted in trauma. She is an amazing resource of knowledge, and her unique abilities have been invaluable to me. Thank you Robyn.”
Alannah Leigh, Doula“I needed an Essential Oil Kit for my birth bag and I was so glad to have worked one-on-one with Robyn on this custom order. She has such in-depth knowledge. I was blown away on how well she knew what essential oils I would need and the particular dosages required to be safe for babies and pregnant mothers.”
Marie Chang“I came to see Robyn after my brother passed away suddenly. I was shocked and going through the usual emotions of losing a loved one; anger, sadness, and great sense of loss. Robyn showed great caring and understanding and helped me to feel supported by listening, applying Natural Healing techniques and determining what I needed at that time. I think anyone suffering from grief and loss could benefit from what she has to offer.”
Trudy Jakobsen“I have known Robyn Wyman for over 16 years. We met at Douglas College where we both were studying Aromatherapy. Robyn’s honesty and integrity shows in all endeavours she pursues. She has a gift of imparting her knowledge to others, showing a more natural and healthy way of living by using and making products that are not harmful to our bodies or the environment. A natural born healer of mind, body, and spirit.”
Valri Cunningham“Robyn has very soothing energy and it has been very easy for me to open up to her. She puts you at ease in the first moments of meeting her. She is a pleasure to work with.”
Nicole Seeger“Robyn has a true gift helping people with her plant medicine wisdom. Her rich experience, education, practical and intuitive understanding of what is needed when is unparalleled. She has helped myself, my husband and both of my kids to heal infections, colds, flus and supported us during times of grief and trauma. She has also been a wealth of wisdom when it comes to applying her vast knowledge for our general emotional, mental and physical wellbeing. It’s such a blessing to have Robyn’s loving and caring hands and deep wisdom close by to support and heal us whenever needed.”
Janet Katalinic“Not only does Robyn have an innate sense of understanding what it means to suffer loss and have compassion for the topic of grief based on her own vast personal experiences but she has an amazing arsenal of coping strategies that she draws upon to help you with your own individual situation such as she did when helping me with coping with my ailing mother. In particular, she has helped me be self-aware and control the way I react to my mother to keep peace within myself rather than fight a situation that can’t be changed. This has been both very healing and inspiring, allowing me to spend my energy in a more positive, meaningful way.”
Just as the fern gently unfolds to expand into its beautiful fullness, our hearts are spiralling into the truth that we are one.
- Robyn Wyman -