About Gillian

Gill trained as a Nurse and worked within the NHS and private health sector for over 30 years. Her desire was to make a difference for others, yet in doing so she neglected her own needs and as a result, fell ill. Suffering from depression and sick of witnessing the sick get sicker, Gill turned to complementary health for answers.

She went on to train in many disciplines, including Kinesiology, EFT, Reiki and counselling. Gill now feels that an integrated approach to health, using both conventional and complementary fields, is the best way forwards. Yet it was The Journey, created by Brandon Bays, that led Gill to a technique that offers profound healing, rather than just treating symptoms. The Journey helps to release emotional trauma from the body’s cells where it can lead to ill health. The techniques helped her turn her own life around, and in 2008, she qualified as a Journey Practitioner.

Watch the videos below to find out more...

About The Journey

An interview with Gillian

Gill really enjoys working one-on-one with people, especially those with the courage to face their fears. She works in a unique, intuitive way and gently guides you to find greater clarity as you connect more deeply with yourself and others.


Whether you’re suffering from a serious health condition, feel depressed, or are simply lost and need clarity on your direction in life, she can help. Gill also offers workshops, retreats, and gives talks and presentations on abundance, love and relationships.

Professional qualifications

Gill has trained in many disciplines over the years, and brings her considerable skills in counselling and life coaching to The Journey. She may also include Reiki, EFT, NLP, colour therapy and kinesiology. 

Working with Penny Brohn UK (formerly The Bristol Cancer Centre), Gill is experienced in helping people make good lifestyle choices. In fact she has regularly facilitated Living with the impact of cancer courses for Penny Brohn UK.

“Since discovering The Journey and becoming a Journey Practitioner, I have become more deeply connected to myself, more aware of how to meet my own needs and able to take action to nurture myself. It has not always been this way. My tendency was to care for others to the extent that I lost a sense of who I was. This led to disappointment, resentment and dysfunctional relationships. I now realise that by being and remaining true and connected to my inner self, the outer relationships of importance will naturally appear, grow and flourish and the ones that no longer serve me will fall away.”


Gillian Routledge

Arundel, UK