Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “The first wealth is health.” As the Western world has prioritised material wealth, physical health has declined.

What food we eat determines how we feel, look, and think. Having moved away from relying on growing our own food we now have to navigate an industry that often exploits cravings and emotional responses in order to maximise profits over wellbeing. Eating mindfully improves energy levels, brain health, and moods, fosters a clear mind and supports a healthy weight range while reducing the risk of chronic health conditions.

Poet, Maya Angelou said “When women take care of their health, they become their best friend.” Good health is intertwined with rest, balanced stress levels, social connection, exercise and many other facets of life. This approach is to offer insights that will help you nurture a healthy body, mind and emotional state to live more integrated.

Suitable for those looking to take a holistic approach to their health and wellbeing, people wanting to explore how their beliefs and conditioned habits lead to health behaviours, those wanting an approach to weight loss that is much deeper than focusing on diet and exercise, people looking for a health reboot and space to detox and get practical help designing a better future, and people committed to personal and spiritual development.


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