I'm an Adventurer

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“It was 11.30am on the 15th August 1994. I was walking alongside the shimmering river on my way to my summer job. Everything appeared normal, the fishermen hauling their nets, a chorus of seagulls serenading me, and the faint whiff of coconut sunscreen, and vinegar wafted through the salty sea air.

I didn’t know it then, but my whole world, my whole 16 years of life – was about to transform. And it would begin with a single thought.”

It was then that my spiritual journey began.


Hi, I’m Rebecca Kane!

I'm a spiritual adventurer, who loves an outdoor adventure too. Both have been bringing me the greatest opportunities to dive deep and learn more about myself - sometimes wishing I hadn't chosen this path, but right along side this has been the most amazing ahas and delicious experiences that I've enjoyed for over 20 years.

I've always been on a mission to discover and share more of myself.

This obsession journey started with personality quizzes in magazines and yoga in my bedroom when I was a teenager and developed into full on alchemy and Energy Medicine Training in my early 20's.

And it hasn't stopped since!

I believe that most people hide from their true potential and if the Marianne Williamson quote:

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?"

has ever resonated with you, I bet you are on the same journey as me - come and play!


So here's some random information about me:

Superhero nickname

(What you don’t have one!?! You really should…) Mine would be The Alchemist.

Because... I have an amazing gift to transform your 'cracks', your stories, your pain and your obstacles, into a beautiful part of you. A part that you can not only reclaim, but integrate back into yourself so that you feel whole, confident and powerful.



37  Oops... Now 38 (YAY!)

I've always loved getting older and still do. When I started my Energy Medicine practice in my early 20's people would always say to me 'You're so young to be so wise', and I always thought that I couldn't wait to get old, so that not only would I have more knowledge and experience, but people would have to take me more seriously too - the truth was, it was only me that didn't believe in myself back then, as people loved the work I did - I had a full practice and never had to advertise...

I'm glad to say that today I am happy to own my wisdom and don't think I have to be 88 years old to 'deserve' it.



5” 6

No idea what that is in metres....


Hair color

Dark Blonde
Has been various shades of red, but these days it's au naturel - which is even starting show signs of grey silver highlights (I believe grey silver is quite fashionable these days...)


Eye color

Crystal blue
Unless I'm pissed annoyed, and then they are a steely gray


Theme song

California Soul – Marlena Shaw
I just love this song, if I hear it I can't help but smile and have a little wiggle...

“Like a sound you hear
That lingers in your ear
But you can't forget
From sundown to sunset”


Ultimate joy

Being by the seaside, in a hammock, with a cool breeze blowing and the scent of jasmine lingering in the air...


Proudest moment

Am I allowed several?
Overcoming my own resistance to complete things I never thought I could, like publishing two books, walking the coast to coast of England, climbing Table Mountain in South Africa, getting two degrees, speaking to audiences of 100’s, 1000’s if you include my radio appearances too... – these just weren’t the kind of things that my family did, or I that I was brought up to believe I could/should do.


Lowest slump

Being in a job that my soul was crying out for me to leave.

Obviously not there anymore! Hooray!!


Brag-worthy accolade

Obviously being British, I don't like to boast... But if you twisted my arm...

All the amazing testimonials I receive from clients who have gone on to believe in themselves and achieve more than they ever thought possible.

The first time someone wrote to me and told me that ‘I had changed their life’ was when I was 21 yrs old. I was teaching people how to climb and abseil. I had helped this one girl to overcome her fear of heights and in just this one hour session she had completely changed her opinion of what she was capable of how she faced and overcome her challenges.

I’ve been showing people how to do this since then – but now not with the abseiling tower!!




Sometimes it still rears its head to keep me on my toes , it helps me to continually evaluate what I’m doing, and to check that I’m creating from a place of passion and purpose.



Mother Nature

I'm just in complete awe of mother nature, in particular trees. I absolutely love trees and yes, I have even hugged a few - they are just amazing!

When I was growing up, I lived by the sea in Cornwall. When I was having a teenage angst moment, I'd go and sit by the sea and all of my troubles would be washed away and fade out to sea. This is where I first experienced the power of nature.

Ultimate quote

Each must discover his own way in life, and that way lies in his heart. Let him delve deeply into the depths of his being; his true centre is not far from there.
N. Sri Ram

It sounds so easy, but add in shoulds, expectations, self doubt and a few limiting beliefs and it becomes much more of a challenge... However, I believe that it is essential that we 'discover our own way in life', discover more of who we are so that we can awaken our consciousness and become the people we are designed to be, people living our truth and our highest potential - or at least moving in that direction!


Signature catchphrase

‘There is always a way’

There always is and always has been - even when I got myself into the most testing of situations, often involving climbing sea cliffs, and my determination that I wouldn't have to call the coast guard to rescue me! Yes true story! And no, they didn't have to - Phew! Or the time I fell into very icy water and had mild hypothermia, or when I mis -read a map, actually that has happened a few times, and got me into several pickles, I could go on - but I'm still here to tell the tale, having made the mistakes and wiser for it, but always finding a way - and as of yet (fingers crossed) still never having to be rescued...



Solar Plexus

It took me a loooong time to fully own this! But I'm here, standing in my own power (a little shaky sometimes, but always connected!), and ready to support you do the same!