Welsh grown and Costa Rica based, Hannah Ruth Dyson is a deep feminine and earth-based cultural researcher, indigenous advocate, passionate speaker, storyteller, and guide for those seeking the deeper current of life.
Hannah has become an expert on the history of women’s culture and earth-based spiritual traditions for the past ten years. From research mapping to documentary film work, weaving connections and knowledge-ways, across time and place.
Hannah is honored to have worked with elders from Lillooet First Nations in Canada, K’iche’ and Tz’utujil Maya elders in Guatemala, Kogi and Wayuu women in Colombia, Shipibo and Q’ero lineages in Peru, Bri Bri and Cabecar peoples in Costa Rica.
Her research focus is with the Celtic-Anglo-European shamanic lineages, and making connections across cultures to ancestral women’s role in ceremony and ritual, weaving, dreamwork, plant medicine, and community leadership.
She received a Bachelor of Science at the London School of Economics in 2012 and has previous experience in international documentary research and film production.
Soul Seed Gathering was born in 2016.
Women Change World was born in 2017 and shares the ‘how-to’ live and work in flow and stay true to yourself in business and the Creation process- inspired by the journey of birthing Soul Seed Gathering.
Hannah’s work acts as a bridge to understanding our collective human story by bringing greater awareness to the female, feminine and indigenous animist perspectives.
Her work also offers solutions for earth-centered change from business actions, re-imagining new financial systems, activism, healing and community building.
A loved speaker, facilitator and writer, Hannah empowers people to find, and be guided by their own internal compass.
She is initiated on the medicine path as a healer and ceremonialist, which also guides her research, documentary work and events at Soul Seed Gathering. Hannah holds space for several 1:1 clients at a time seeking to go deeper on their spiritual life journey. Learn more here.
Her family resides in Puerto Viejo, on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, home to the BriBri indigenous and Afro-Caribbean first settlers, along with 72 countries represented by expats. She is a mother to two wild boys, and celebrates women birthing in their power.