Your health isn’t a fad, a 30-day challenge, or defined by a series of Insta hashtags
It’s an ongoing balancing act.
A continual process of listening to your body, understanding the signals it’s sending you (yes, a craving can be a signal), and providing it with the nutrients it needs.
Navigating through modern diets and fast-paced lives, we’ve been pushed out of sync with our monthly cycles.
We find ourselves experiencing irregular cycles, no cycles, PMS, PCOS, endometriosis and fertility issues.
When all we want is to have
- Regular cycles.
- Freedom from random symptoms.
- A body we can trust.
- A natural way to take care of our health.
- Even a baby!
I noticed a glaring gap in services offered in the wellness space.
Very few people were teaching women what their hormones do and how to listen to their bodies.
We were just relying on the glaringly insufficient information we were taught at school puberty sessions.
I saw clients overwhelmed by the onslaught of generic health tips and 'miracle' trends, often leading them further from their health goals.
So, I decided to fill this gap by creating a practice rooted in scientific understanding, individualistic approaches, and realistic solutions.
BSc Human Nutrition – Massey University
Post Graduate Diploma in Herbal Medicine – International College of Herbal Medicine
Understanding your body and the signals it sends you is key to achieving good health and overall wellness
The way food affects the body and the chemical reactions that occur without us even thinking about them has always fascinated me.
At University, I learned about the science of the body, the chemistry of food, and the reactions that take place. It wasn’t until several years later, once I began working, that I learned about the immense healing power of food.
There’s a vast array of options outside of the traditional medical matrix that can help heal the body.
When you recognise and understand these signals, you can change how you feel through food, lifestyle modifications, movement, and self-care practices.
True wellness is finding a balance of solutions that work for you, each person will have their own balance point. It’s a process of figuring out which foods make you feel best, which health habits are sustainable alongside your lifestyle and finding a method of movement that you enjoy.
I simply want to educate you with the skills and knowledge you need to make lasting changes to your health.
A balanced life
Creating Balance: Simplifying Health Habits
Believing in balance is not about being strict or rigid with dietary rules. It's about understanding our bodies' signals and using this knowledge to influence how we feel and function.
When we start to recognise these signals, our approach to food naturally shifts. We begin to gravitate towards nourishing, whole foods and maintain a more balanced intake of less nutrient-dense foods. And I believe this doesn’t need to be complex.
Remember, it's not all-or-nothing. It's about finding what works best for you and simplifying your health habits.
Ditching the Trends: Your Personalized Path to Wellness
Everybody’s unique; what works for one person may not work for you. Health trends and fads can be enticing, especially when they promise quick results, but they often prove to be unsustainable and may not suit your body's needs.
I believe in individualised care - helping you find what suits your lifestyle best. Remember, just because something is popular on Instagram doesn't mean it's right for you.
Collaborative Care: Working Alongside Other Health Practitioners
Your health is a collective effort, and I value the importance of partnering up with other health practitioners you may be seeing.
This collaborative approach ensures that you get the most out of our work together.
By working in tandem with specialists, general practitioners, and other health practitioners, we can create a comprehensive and holistic health plan that truly addresses your unique needs.