The best way to contact me is to email me at sheilabayliss[at]gmail[dot]com (This is written in anti-spam format – just replace the bits in brackets with the relevant symbols to convert it into my email address, and send from your email as normal). Or you can use the contact form below.
If you are requesting a place on a workshop or class, please make sure you have first read the IMPORTANT INFO section on the Workshops and Classes page. Please state the title and date of the session you would like to attend in the email subject line if possible. I only work part-time, so I don’t check my emails every day – your patience is much appreciated 🙂 If I haven’t replied within a week or so, do feel free to chase it up in case your email has been mistakenly filtered.
Please note that I don’t accept session bookings via social media, you need to email me to secure a place.
You can also find me on Twitter @sheilabayliss where I share resources and updates.
I’m not very active on Facebook currently. I tend to post more frequently on Twitter – you can view that content even if you don’t have an account.
Sheila Bayliss holds and processes personal data necessary for you to access the services offered, including classes/workshops, 1-to-1 sessions and mailing list resources. Only essential details are requested, information is held securely and no personal data will be disclosed or shared with other organisations. Data is only held for as long as it is needed.
The following information may be collected: name, contact information including email address, and other information relevant to the event or service you are booking.
This information is required to understand your needs and provide you with a suitable service. Information is kept in strict confidence and would only be disclosed if required to do so by law, or should you give cause to think there is the potential for you to harm yourself or others.
You may make a request if you require a copy of the data held on you – to do so use the email address given above, or the contact form.