Eating for Wellbeing Consultations
In my consultations I want to empower you to choose to make healthy and realistic changes that serve your wellbeing. I intend on helping you to develop a interest in caring for your body, in eating well, enjoying physical movement and an appreciation of your healthier body that may result.
Frequently asked questions...
How many consultations will I need?
Naturopathic Nutritional advice regularly requires ongoing support. The number of follow-ups may vary between clients. Subsequent appointments allow me to oversee your experience and make adjustments to the guidance in reflection to the changes you make. This will depend on the complexity of your current nutritional needs. Quite often a single consultation can be enough. Sometimes a follow-up session is needed, and occasionally a series of appointments might be required. My philosophy is that everyone is an individual, so each person’s needs will differ.
Where do we meet for a consultation?
*Reasonable distance from Honiton. I have an additional mileage charge for longer distances.
Can I message you after our consultation if I've got a small question to ask you?
Of course, I offer support outside of our scheduled appointments to a reasonable level at no extra cost. So please drop me an email and I'll see how I can help.
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Healing looks different for everyone. Every 'body' is different. That's really important to remember. May that healing be, to feel more energised, to find the balance your body needs and repairing your relationship with food.
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I'm so excited to say that I'm a Naturopathic Nutritional Advisor.
Through the Natural Healthcare College, I studied the principles of healing the individual in an holistic approach. Looking for the causes, taking into account the presenting symptoms but looking at the bigger picture. I consider influences to health that may be coming from dietary, emotional and mental factors. This is the truly holistic approach to healing by treating everyone as an individual.
What does holistic mean?
Holistic therapies embrace the belief that health is a balance, taking into account physical and environmental factors, our state emotionally and psychologically, what we eat and how much exercise we have.
What is Naturopathy?
Naturopathy is a holistic, natural, healthcare system that recognises the healing power of nature present in all living things.
As a teacher, I want our interactions to enable you to understand why the recommendations I make are likely to be beneficial. After all, we are all more likely to respond positively to something if we understand it and can apply to our own lives.