Posts Tagged ‘Naturopath’

a naturopaths prescription for beating colds and fluYou're standing in front of a supermarket, chemist or health-food aisle with a multitude of supplements for colds and flu wondering where on earth to start... → Read more
sexy side of vitamin d

Vitamin D. I’ve always thought it was a bit straight-laced.

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There’s just something about progesterone that I love.

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Quick Tips: CoQ10

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I've had the amazing fortune of travelling around Europe over the past 5 weeks → Read more

If you missed Part 1 on the Bach Flower Essences' creator Dr Edward Bach, click here!

Bach Flower Essences don't treat the physical disease as such, rather the entire mental and emotional picture of the individual.

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I was recently interviewed by Lauren Callaghan, an amazing photographer on the Northern Beaches in Sydney (who also did my shots for my website) on what I do, why I do it and what drove me to follow a path into Natural Medicine. It was an absolute joy to disclose a bit more about my passion and purpose so I hope you enjoy. → Read more

What an incredible month it has been.

Last week I returned from 2 weeks in Ubud, Bali after the amazing Awakening the Divine Feminine retreat hosted by the equally amazing Beata Alfoldi of Wild Heart Awakening. My intention for the retreat was to make a clear path from the old (years of study and other stress) into the new (new business/career/sense of self). My head and heart are still swirling and processing. 16 fabulous women came together in the spirit of openness and authenticity to share an 8-day journey of the soul. In the tradition of “what goes on tour stays on tour,” (or “there’s no way I can condense 8 days of incredible amazement into one post”) I've shared my highlights reel below. → Read more

Last week I decided to road-test a couple of juice cleanses currently on the market.

You can read about it here. Through my naturopathic training, I became interested in juice cleanses and by second year, had lashed out on “The Angel Juicer.” Twin geared, cold-pressed, all stainless steel (yes, that is a choir of angels you hear singing in the background), it’s the Thermomix of juicers. But to be honest, after a stubborn virus and a busy schedule before heading overseas this week, shopping and prepping kilos of veggies just wasn’t going to happen. I needed quick and simple goodness stat. Which brings me to guinea pig No. 1:

Orchard St.

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