Tribal Thanks

Lara Heppell, Hummingbirds Tribe

Lara shares how she has blossomed through her experience and how wonderful things just keep coming.

Rachel Roberts, Hummingbirds Tribe

Rachel tells us how she reconciled being herself with her new life, as a working Mum. And how she uncovered the most fascinating things about herself.

Emma Grogan, Owls Tribe

Hear how Emma has learned to embrace and love her feminine side. "Now I know, it's OK to be me," she says.

Helen Parker, Kingfishers Tribe

Helen explains why she won't be burning her bra anytime soon and how this programme is helping to take society forward.

Cate Baker, Owls Tribe

“Being part of the Owls Tribe gave me, connection, acceptance of the value of openness and some valuable life skills that I know I will continue to use. I love the way Karen works, which is why I signed up to the course. Her encouragement, her challenge and the way she gives fully of herself.”

Gail Butt, Kingfishers Tribe

“As usual when working with Karen, I think I want to work on one thing and expect to have a certain outcome, and it ends up being about something else. I gained some real perspective about where I am in my life at the moment, which was much needed. Karen was the perfect guide. To leave space when needed, to keep us on track when needed, to push us and hold our hands, and celebrate at the same time.”

Guiomar Holme, Bluebird Tribe

“I had a powerful experience of what it is to pull together as women. I felt such beauty and expansiveness in my heart, I felt heard, held, loved. It proved to me the power we can have as women when we trust and lean into each other. I loved it. I have so much faith in Karen, how she works and her ability to pull things together, that I trusted and believed in all the content, and so much of having an exercise work for you, is believing that it will.”

Hayley Hamburg, Robins Tribe

“Thanks to this course, I connected with my own sense of wisdom and divine truth. It brought to the forefront and consolidated all I’d learned through life. I learned to trust this voice and let it be heard. My energy has changed and I notice people and situations changing around me for the better. I feel lighter – much less anxious from day to day – and have a wonderful feeling of inner harmony, and contentment.”

Media Praise

Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Karen worked with Editor and client, Jo Carnegie who wrote about her life as an accidental minimalist.

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Prima

Prima

Karen was interviewed as part of a summer breakthroughs feature and told her story of how she went from depressed and burned out, to loved up and partnering.
Good Housekeeping

Good Housekeeping

Karen provided ten confidence-boosting techniques that would make a world of difference to your day. Read all about it here.

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Heat

Heat

Commenting on the wisdom and sex appeal of older women, Karen was quoted talking about Gwyneth Paltrow and Demi Moore having an inner sexiness that money can’t buy.
ITV’s Tonight Programme

ITV’s Tonight Programme

Karen was featured as part of a wider group of women who came together to talk about the truth about the menopause, and how it impacts our lives.

Hello! Fashion Monthly

Hello! Fashion Monthly

Karen’s work for A Tribe Called Woman was featured in the ‘Future Is Female’ piece. She was quoted as saying, “We work by unlocking the power and potential of women across a range of sectors, it’s about sisters doing it together.”

In The Moment Magazine

In The Moment Magazine

Karen collaborated with author and journaist, Jo Carnegie on a five-page feature for new national magazine, In The Moment. Jo took part in Karen’s Divine Feminine programme and a feature on ‘The Power of Purpose with a small ‘p’ was born.

In The Moment Magazine

In The Moment Magazine

Read Karen’s comments in an extensive feature about the rise of the Pilgramage holiday for gen X & Y women.

In the Moment Magazine

In the Moment Magazine

The rise of the Pilgramage holiday for gen X & Y women as seen in this month’s In The Moment magazine.

Human Magazine

Human Magazine

Helen talks about the power of authentic purpose in the second issue of Human magazine, which features revelations in business and culture. The magazine is published by Kemosabe, a leading creative agency with bases in Amsterdam, London and New York. So many brands waffle on about their “social purpose” yet continue to deliver nothing but box-ticking CSR bullshit the magazine takes a look at the good, the bad and damn right ugly of brand purpose.

Human magazine page two

Human magazine page two

Human magazine page three

Human magazine page three

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