About Us

We first met in early 2014, when Tracy was a peed off publican needing a change and Kim was a stressed-out social worker looking for somewhere to host a new women's book club.  We chatted for ages on the phone and realising we had a lot in common, The Wild Women's Book Club was born.  Our first meeting was held in February 2014 and we're still going strong today!

We kind of lost touch when Tracy left the pub/Wigan a couple of years later but after moving back in January 2018, we reconnected just as Kim was launching The Happy Healer and making a move towards a more fulfilling life.  Tracy had since been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and could no longer work but offering to help Kim with her new website etc was just the boost we needed.  We were quickly advertising our first wellbeing day retreat, which sold out in a couple of days and The Soul Sisters naturally developed.

As always, life's a roller coaster and brings up some unexpected (and sometimes unwanted) surprises.  We went with the flow and tried many different things to bring our own unique brand of self-care to our community.  Things didn't work out as expected and we had a lot of heartache but we're still here, we've learned a lot, we're even stronger now and The Soul Sisters have been rejuvenated and reborn!

We're so happy and excited to bring our new (old) ideas back to life and more importantly, to share them with you.  Although we can't meet in person at the moment, some bonds can never be broken - by pandemics, people or anything else.

Never Forget, Loving Yourself Isn't Vanity, It's Sanity.

With all our love and best wishes,

Kim & Tracy

Your Soul Sisters!

 

At Book Cycle Beech Hill

Buckley St W, Wigan WN6 7PQ, UK

hello@thesoulcentre.org

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