Women With ADHD: Moving beyond labels

Join our upcoming Cacao Ceremony & Breathwork Retreat on April 1st. A new way to experience life.
In collaboration with Helen Millar, this event is open to diagnosed and self-diagnosed women with ADHD to share cacao ceremony, breathwork, wisdom and movement for deep shifts of perspective on what ADHD means and how to thrive with it.


1st April 2023, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm


The Lodge Space, 120A Lower Road, London SE16 2UB



£127.00 – £177.00

What’s wrong with me?

I am creative, intelligent, enthusiastic and passionate, but also overwhelmed, constantly chasing my tail and hugely self critical. I get loads done but feel like nothing is ever finished. The to-do list is life. While others think I am doing fine but I don’t feel it, and I can’t work out why I struggle with things that other people do so easily. Like sending emails all morning without raiding the fridge every 5 minutes.

When I realised I had ADHD, things started to make a lot more sense and it was a relief to get clarity as to why my brain felt like a tornado, but, knowing that medication was not the route I wanted to take, I couldn’t find solutions that actually helped me in the mainstream.

As I started to research more deeply into alternative methods or supporting myself, I realised that so much of what I had already been drawn to instinctively was actually my inner guidance system navigating me to the ancient wisdom that allows me to use my ADHD as a superpower rather than a weakness. I have learned to live with the thrill of the tornado but stand in the eye of the storm when I need to.

Join Jax Bull and Helen Millar, both women with ADHD who spent years undiagnosed and have come together to share our hearts, knowledge and tool kits to help move from self-sabotage to self-celebration.

About Helen Millar

Helen inspires and supports people to shift from head to heart living. Allowing them to leave behind a life motivated by small silent fears, to one emanating love. As a coach, speaker, author and carrier of cacao, she runs events, retreats, one-to-one sessions and a weekly group membership platform that enables people to empower themselves, mind, body and soul: to heal the world by healing themselves. You can read more about Helen here.

True to her ADHD superpower, Helen has found her constant curiosity about life and what makes us tick has seen her cultivate a life with full of diversity. She has travelled the world as an award-winning actress, worked with business leaders as a communications and emotional intelligence expert, and supported women to make life changing shifts through shamanic and physiological support and guidance. She finds this realm of human transformation and realisation feeds each other and adds to a very rich palate of experience that feeds her soul and allows her to share her own powerful and diverse toolkit.

About Jax Bull

Jax has always thought she was a Jack of all trades and master of none until her recent ADHD diagnosis which has helped her understand that her need to do 5 different things at the same time (Counsellor, Coach, Breath worker, Interfaith Minister and Chakra Dancing Facilitator) is actually a gift and because she is passionate about all of them and the transformation they create in her clients’ lives, she is proud to say that she IS a jack of all trades and master of all she loves!

Jacqui is the Founder of The Serenity Practice a not-for-profit which supports people whilst they remember they have everything the need within them to live a life filled with ease and peace.

Want to find out more?

Then let’s have a chat over a cup of tea.