Seasonal Shifts: Summer To Autumn

The Foods, Herbs, Self-Care Practices & Lifestyle Tips To Help You Move Into Autumn As we approach September, there’s no denying Autumn will be with us soon. Of all the seasons, the transition from Summer to Autumn can be the one with the most changes and challenges, and the one where our lifestyle, foods andContinue reading “Seasonal Shifts: Summer To Autumn”

A Modern Ayurveda & Holistic Health Guide To Healing Eczema

This is a peek at just some of the topics we cover on the Modern Ayurveda & Holistic Health Course Level 2, so get in touch if you’d like to know more about signing up to levels 1 or 2, or contact me for a 1-2-1 health coaching consultation. Please remember not to take thisContinue reading “A Modern Ayurveda & Holistic Health Guide To Healing Eczema”

A Holistic Guide To Healing Psoriasis

Skin is an inside issue. Yep, despite the abundance of creams and lotions promising to transform rashes to radiance or pimples to ‘perfection’, the only real and true way to heal chronic skin problems is to dive beneath the surface. Creams, oils and lotions can of course be a big help, and oiling the skinContinue reading “A Holistic Guide To Healing Psoriasis”

A Holistic Approach To Healing Gout

The first in a new series of blog posts focusing on improving health and wellbeing naturally, with foods, movement, meditation, natural herbs and daily practices to help you feel your best! Be sure to consult a trusted health-care provider before implementing changes. Wellbeing consultations and health-coaching sessions available to book with me now, more detailsContinue reading “A Holistic Approach To Healing Gout”

Courgette, Nettle & Wild Garlic Soup

A super simple, super green, seasonal, local and totally healthy soup. You’re probably walking past some of these plants every day, so have a go at foraging this week (as long as you know what you can safely pick!) and whip up this quick and easy soup with ingredients that are naturally local to you.Continue reading “Courgette, Nettle & Wild Garlic Soup”

Interview with YogaLondon

The lovely Poppy from Yoga London interviewed me recently for their blog, and as well as chatting about the need to ‘practice’ relaxing, and our shared love of creativity and knitting, we explored self-care practices for getting through lockdown, tips on taking break from screens, the importance of mentorship in yoga teacher training, and overcomingContinue reading “Interview with YogaLondon”

Easy A-B-C Juice To Flush The Liver & Remove Excess Heat

As we transition from Winter to Spring, the sense of coldness we may have felt over the last few months begins to ‘melt’ with growing warmer days. As we start to feel the Winter stiffness softening in the joints and muscles perhaps becoming more relaxed, the various bugs and bacteria within us can start toContinue reading “Easy A-B-C Juice To Flush The Liver & Remove Excess Heat”

Nourishing Comfrey, Calendula & Shea Butter Balm

During colder months, especially when the air is drier and we’re more exposed to windy, changeable weather, our bodies and minds can accumulate a Vata imbalance. Vata is one of the Ayurvedic doshas made up of the air and ether (or ‘space’) elements, and is characterised by qualities of lightness, irregularity, dryness, coldness, brittleness, roughness,Continue reading “Nourishing Comfrey, Calendula & Shea Butter Balm”

The 3 Ayurvedic Mind-Body Types

CLICK HERE to skip straight to the blog. As many of us have spent more time at home and in our own company over the past several months, perhaps this has encouraged more self-reflection. Have you been prioritising self-care? Do you feel ‘balanced’ and ‘harmonised’ in life? How do you feel from season-to-season, and atContinue reading “The 3 Ayurvedic Mind-Body Types”

Spiced Apple Chutney

What could be more Autumnal than cooking with apples? As so many of my students know I love cooking, I often receive lots of apples when October arrives, and this spiced apple chutney recipe is where some of the first batch were thrown straight in to! Chutneys traditionally contain herbs and spices that increase agniContinue reading “Spiced Apple Chutney”