Can you tell us some benefits of it?
Sure, the goal is overall well being and balance. Waking up everyday feeling a sense of peace and strength.
Some people come in with past trauma that they want to let go of and some people come in to clear imbalances blocking them from moving forward, toward their desired goals. It’s really about finding peace on all levels to live your life to it’s fullest and most beautiful potential.
Finally are there certain things you can do alone that can assist with balance and staying in check?
Absolutely, you can do the internal work but it is so important that you take care of your physical body. Eating plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables is obviously number one. They are nature’s greatest medicine. Also, there’s so much toxicity in our everyday lives so it’s important to supplement with vitamins and minerals (always engage with a qualified practitioner). Exercise is everything in producing those feel good hormones and also to help detox the body. I have an infrared sauna at home which has been a game changer for detox physically and mentally . It’s important to allow yourself to have fun, connect with the people you love, have a bath with a glass of red and let your hair down. I might be biased, but if you have thought about bringing an animal home, do it, they are pure joy & love in this world.
Are supplements and vitamins a big part of your routine and practice?
Absolutely, I’m hugely into supplements. Lots of my clients, including myself, have viral or stress disorders where we need a little extra support. It’s just as important to supplement biochemically, as nourishing other parts of ourselves. Each person is different and should look for guidance from an integrative doctor or naturopath. At the moment I’m always taking a great deal of zinc, K2 + D3, quercetin, magnesium, NAC and vitamin c to keep my immune system strong.
What is your non negotiable can’t live without supplement ?
For me, I have Pyrolle disorder which is a detox imbalance. You would be surprised how many people have it and it goes undiagnosed. Zinc, B6, and magnesium are everyday for me.