My Muddy Boots is owned and managed by Emily Crofton.
Emily teaches Permaculture, organic gardening, forest school, art, craft and photography to a wide range of people from toddlers to teenagers, family groups and women’s circles.
With over twenty years of diverse experience, Emily has taught for arts centres, theatres, galleries, community arts organisations, forest schools, festivals, primary and secondary schools.
Emily is a Level 3 qualified Forest School leader (2015)
Emily has a BA Hon in Fine Art, a PTLLS teaching qualification, a diploma in organic gardening and a permaculture design certificate (2012)
Emily has completed 5 years of part-time study – Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design (2018)
Emily has a diploma in arts therapy (2019) and has a real interest in the therapeutic potential of outdoor arts.
She has an outdoor first aid certificate and DBS
Emily is occasionally assisted by other practitioners. They include Forest school leaders Jodie Knight and Vicky Belcham and creative arts practitioner Joe Crofton.
Collaborations from yoga teachers, reiki specialists, massage therapists and women’s health educators are welcomed to work alongside Emily at special events and women’s circles. Special thanks go Danielle Galway and Sash soundseva who have supported the launch of the sisterhood retreat days.