Menstruality Medicine Circle Facilitator
Trainee Menstruality Medicine Circle Facilitator
Red School Member
Social ecologist, embodiment practitioner, leadership mentor
Wavemaker and water dancer, Dr Easkey Britton works at the nexus of science and spirituality, the senses and the soul. She has a PhD in social ecology, and is a writer, artist and ocean leader from Ireland with a deep love and passion for surfing and the sea. Her work explores the relationship between people and nature, especially women and water environments.
Her life long passion for the sea has taken her on a unique journey, challenging her beyond all her limits. Her work is deeply influenced by the ocean and lessons learned pioneering women’s big-wave surfing in Ireland and the sport of surfing with women in Iran, featured in the award-winning documentary film, Into the Sea. Easkey collaborates with gloabl initiatives helping to connect women with their bodies through the medium of water, restoring the ocean as an inclusive, healing space.
Easkey has a lot to share about natural biorhythms, our body’s intelligence and how nature can restore us. She uses the sea as an active metaphor to dive deep into the power of presence and embodiment of cycles. She specialises in experiential learning, nature connection, immersive embodiment practices, and social impact, with annual retreats and workshops. She is the author of ‘Saltwater in the Blood’, powerful feminist nature writing, providing a rare perspective on surfing, exploring the mental skills it fosters, and the need to recognize the value of the ocean and of natural bio rhythms and cycles in our lives.
Easkey is most at home in inner autumn and loves supporting women to experience the transformative and healing transition into inner winter, and our capacity to experience the power of letting go and trusting our deep inner wisdom.