Anne Hoye

Anne Hoye

Supervision Leader

Anne has been an integrative energy therapist, group process facilitator and supervision leader for over 30 years, working with practitioners at different stages of their development, and she enjoys keeping her eye both on the overtly visible and subtle energetic parts of that process. 
Born in the north of Ireland, Anne came of age during the rise of the civil rights movement and found her commitment to nonviolent means of resolving conflict. As her life continued, she found the same nonviolent principles applied to the resolution of conflict not only between countries and cultures, but also in personal relationships and transformational work with the self.
Anne has been an integrative energy therapist, group process facilitator and supervision leader for over 30 years, working with practitioners at different stages of their development, and she enjoys keeping her eye both on the overtly visible and subtle energetic parts of that process. 
Born in the north of Ireland, Anne came of age during the rise of the civil rights movement and found her commitment to nonviolent means of resolving conflict. As her life continued, she found the same nonviolent principles applied to the resolution of conflict not only between countries and cultures, but also in personal relationships and transformational work with the self. She has travelled the world working with individuals and groups teaching and supporting personal and transpersonal growth and transformation, incorporating all the resources she has gathered from many traditions of healing work.
Anne has an eclectic background from working as an Emergency Medical Technician in Boston, USA, to teaching women in politics how to bring their authentic presence to each task. She has studied Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Addiction Counseling, Shamanism from both the Celtic and Native American traditions, as well as several mystical traditions including Christian and Egyptian.
In 1996 she spent time in India working with Mother Theresa’s Missionary Sisters of Charity at her home for the destitute and dying in Calcutta. Anne’s passion for the dying to do so with dignity and to support them on the bridge between the physical and spiritual worlds as they leave their bodies was ignited. She worked as a Death Midwife and volunteer at Milford Hospital, MA. USA where she volunteered as a Compassionate Companion to sit vigil for those whose death was imminent.
Anne became involved with Barbara Brennan School of Healing in 1994, working with the Human Energy Consciousness System and graduating in 2000 as a teacher. She practiced and taught energy work and transformation through this system at schools in Miami, Austria, Japan and England, and was Dean of the overall School for two years. She has a private therapy and energy work practice in Holliston, USA.