Bee Helygen

Bee Helygen is a Priestess of Avalon and Priestess of Cerridwen. She is a Conference Ceremonialist (2018 to 2021), a Goddess Embodiment and Oracle Priestess & Seer, a Temple Weaver. She is an Awenydd (Inspirer), a Swynwraig (Wise Woman). She was trained by Kathy Jones as an Emotional Healer and is a Soul Reader & Death Midwife. 

Bee is an experienced Ceremonialist and Celebrant who creates and participates in the Glastonbury Temple’s seasonal celebrations. She works at Goddess Healing House as a Priestess and Healer and serves as a Melissa to welcome visitors to the Mother Temple here in Avalon. She welcomes groups of visitors and gives talks and presentations on the Goddess. Her training in counselling and psychotherapy informs her work as Priestess and Healer.  

In 2015 Bee created a Priestess course for the Goddess Cerridwen, the Dark Mother and Queen of the OtherWorld of the Avalonian wheel. The course was granted Temple Teaching status, and runs annually for the last six years. The course is now also available Online and “we have a marvellous group of amazing people doing the training.”

Her ‘Dark Goddess’ ceremonies and rituals are inspired by her deep connection with Cerridwen: Goddess of Death, Rebirth and Transformation and can be designed for individuals and groups, who wish to explore and release their negative Life Patterns or send healing into the world wherever needed. 

After a decade of study conducted in Wales, she has reclaimed a healing tradition based on the ancient roots of the Welsh Wise Women, the Swynwragedd. Bee and the Cerridwen Priestesses and Priests also host the monthly Dark Moon ritual at the Goddess Temple, where healing energy is sent into the world. Visit for more information on teachings and offerings from Cylch Cerridwen (Circle of) and Bee.

Gail Spiritstar

Gail Spiritstar

Gail Spiritstar is a Priestess of Cerridwen and an Awenydd of the Anglesey Druid Order. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Gail has always known in her bones the essential, deep connection with nature and a love of wild places. She has been consciously following a path of nature-based spirituality for 35 years. Gail moved to Wales in 1995 to train with the Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff. She is an experienced actor, singer and storyteller. Gail now lives in Southern Snowdonia, not far from Llyn Tegid, Bala. As a Priestess she enjoys serving by co-creating ceremonies, building community and…anything else Cerridwen may require!

Emma Clark


Elan is a Sister of Cerridwen in the second spiral of her training as Priestess of Cerridwen. She was born and lives in West Lothian, Scotland. She teaches Celtic Studies at the University of Edinburgh and has a PhD in Scottish Gaelic poetry. Emma has written and edited books on Celtic literature and the landscape. It is this passion for storytelling, the oral tradition, poetry, music and song, which often underpins her work with Cerridwen. She is a lover of the plant path and is fascinated with the way traditional medicine and traditional song often meet and mingle in the ancestral memory of the British Isles.