Graham Wayt was elected as our new President of the BSD at the annual Conference in 2018. A most experienced, active and enthusiastic dowser.
Jane Court is an accomplished Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (FCMA) who demonstrates strong financial expertise combined with commercial awareness.
To bring balance into her life, in addition to broadening her dowsing skills, over several years Jane gained experience and qualifications in a variety of holistic therapies and was Vice Chair of the BSD Health SIG for 5 years as well as being a registered tutor. Jane is passionate about the use of dowsing and complementary therapies in the pursuit of improved wellbeing and lifestyle and enjoys sharing her knowledge and the benefits with others to promote awareness. Jane is also Treasurer of the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (IFPA) and Chair of the International Association of Health Dowsers (IAHD) which is affiliated to the BSD and the Association of Energy Therapists (AET).
Jane believes that linking the diverse aspects of her life together enable her to offer a broad range of skills and experience to support the BSD.
Barbara Mastropirro - Council Member
Barbara Mastropirro has been a member of the BSD for just over a year and is also on our Professional Register.
Barbara’s background is the City of London where she spent 16 years. She set up and run four international law firms until she left her long career in 2016 to dedicate her life to healing herself and help her clients.
Barbara is a Kinesiologist diplomate, Kinesiology teacher, nutritional and Homeo-botanical therapist, Geomancer and Intuitive Mentor, which is her latest addition to her practice. Her kinesiology clinic is based in Chingford, close to the beautiful Lea Valley and Epping Forest. She also works remotely and helps her clients nationwide.
Richard Fry - Council Member
I am a retired Fire Officer and former Royal Air Force Radio Technician. I also served as an Officer in the Air Cadet Organisation for many years. Since retiring my main focus, apart from Dowsing, is to teach Ukulele for members of the University of the Third Age. I was introduced to Dowsing last year by our current President, Mr. Graham Wayt. Since joining his Group in Gower, near Swansea, I have become a member of the West Wales Dowsers Group. I was also fortunate to attend the workshop on ‘Finding Lost Objects’ with Christopher Strong last summer and I was really ‘hooked’ after that. I find the Dowsing community absolutely full of interesting, talented and friendly people who are willing to share their skills and experiences. Having worked with youngsters in the past I can see the potential of getting them involved and hope to promote the groups I am in to spread the word. Apart from learning more about this wonderful Art I hope to share my experience of Health and Safety Management to individuals, groups and events where needed and so add to the professionalism that I believe this Society stands for.