H E L L O
A fully qualified and registered Nutritional Therapist, based in Bristol.
DipCNM, mBANT, rCNHC,
As a dedicated practitioner in gut health, I firmly believe that the root of our well-being often lies within the gut. Recognising the profound gut-brain connection, I am continually inspired by the body's intricacies and innate healing powers when given the optimal environment.
My passion lies in imparting this knowledge, guiding transformative healing journeys and fostering a profound mind-body connection for others.
M Y S T O R Y ...
Having faced my own challenges with eczema and Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW), I sought the guidance of a Nutritional Therapist who guided me through the process of healing and understanding my body’s needs. It was a transformative experience that opened my eyes to the powerful connection between what we eat, how we feel and our overall well-being.
Before discovering nutritional therapy, I was disconnected from my body, unaware of the profound impact of my lifestyle choices on my health. But over the years, I have cultivated a deeper connection with my body and learned to recognise when I am in balance and thriving.
In a world cluttered with wellness jargon, I understand the skepticism it can breed. It’s easy to be disheartened by extravagant claims of miracle diets and magic supplements.
That’s not my style.
I come fully qualified and committed to doing the groundwork. I’m here to listen to your unique needs, sift through the noise, and uncover what truly works for you. My approach and advice is grounded in research and science. I aim to breakdown the complex concepts into understandable, down-to-earth guidance.
Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S ...
I completed a 3 year diploma in naturopathic nutritional therapy at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.
This course gave me the academic foundations of how the mind and body work together as a whole, the healing power of nutrition and lifestyle and the practical grounds to put this knowledge into practice.
I am constantly learning and developing as a practitioner.
I regularly undertake seminars, short courses and keep up to date with the latest science and research.