Creatures and critters: animals, fish, and all things fun about life in and near the water.
Mermaids are wild, free, creative, loving, intelligent, brave, and not afraid to be imperfect.
Mermaids are at home both in the water and on land: they move between worlds bringing with them the wisdom from each space, sharing them
wherever they go.
The Mermaid Tribe is for ocean lovers and water babies, to find understanding and support in themselves and each other.
If you've always known you are a Mermaid in your heart-of-hearts join Candace Loy for a one-of-a-kind mermaids' adventure and creative retreat in New Zealand, late October 2016.
Through nature, adventure, creativity, play, self-care and surfing, you'll glide past old fears and unhealthy patterns, reconnect to your inner mermaid, and create a loving relationship between your heart, head, and intuition.
Playing in the ocean:
and intelligent action.
Welcome home, mermaid.
- Kelly The Landlocked Mermaid ArtistAugust 21, 2016 - 8:45 am
We are so lucky to have beautiful art submissions by the incredible Kelly Saunders, for this little story on what mermaids really are. A Sea Soul. Kelly Saunders. Here she shares with us her process and the stories behind her beautiful artwork: The mermaid tail picture is one of my intuitive art pieces. This […]
- Mermaid. The Fairytail of You.August 21, 2016 - 8:45 am
A mermaid exists in her full magical beauty. No matter what others think they see. A mermaid holds the vastness of the oceans and the universe within her, and is at home in the beautiful depths as she is on land. A mermaid is water but water is not her. She adores and beholds the […]
- New beginnings during this new moon, along the river banks in New Zealand!June 30, 2016 - 8:18 am
Beautiful, tiny (about 1mm) opalescent whitebait eggs cosy up in amongst fibrous mats, which keep them safe and hydrated. Whitebait consists of five species of galaxiids, and inanga (also known as ‘inaka’ in South Island dialect) are the most common of this group of freshwater fish in New Zealand. Adult inaka lay their eggs mostly […]
- The Prettiest Natural Art on a Black Sand BeachMarch 14, 2016 - 9:07 am
Tidal Tapestry – The Prettiest Natural Art on a Black Sand Beach Because there’s nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline, no matter how many times it’s sent away. Sarah Kay I took myself away as a birthday treat in spring. I called it my Solo Mermaid […]