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Natural – Holistic – Wellbeing

It is all about “balance” I have successfully achieved this with my body by practising Natural Holistic Wellbeing, recognising what my nutritional needs are to enable the whole of my body to remain balanced.
A balanced body is a healthy body so by making sure I meet my nutritional demands easily on a daily basis I have achieved a truly healthy body that doesn’t let me down by becoming stressed or sick.
My working life as a Natural Juice Therapist is becoming busier by the day. With a passion to make a difference in the world I find I haved joined lots of juicy, raw groups on various forms of social media so have become swamped reading posts every day and commenting where I think I have the expertise to help. I have come to realise it is now time to practice my natural, holistic, wellbeing in this area. I have removed myself from all but a few groups and amazingly, over the last few days I have found so much more time to do the things I love, the things I planned to do when I began my journey 8 years ago.
Yesterday, I parked away from my local town and walked in. I found a lovely new shop that had been there for a month but I had been to busy to notice, I went into the council offices to pay for the venue I had booked for a forthcoming workshop and bumped into my old yoga teacher ( I gave up my weekly class over a year ago as work got in the way ) I start again next Friday. I then popped along to check out her new venue as I wasn’t sure where it was – I was met by a lovely couple who now run it on a volunteer basis, apart from running it as a venue that is used daily for different therapy’s as well as yoga, pilates, and fitness classes etc. they also run youth clubs from there on a voluntary basis doing lots of things with young people, one of which is teaching nutrition. So instead of spending, what was becoming many hours a week I am going to spend some of those saved hours really making a difference to a group of kids, I will be a part of the cooking class they hold each week teaching nutrition, which will of course include juicing. It didn’t end there – I picked up an NHS community health leaflet on my way out, so every Wednesday morning I am going to join the 75 min walk covering the beautiful riverside and rural footpaths around Sandwich.
If all that can happen in just one day of changing how I look at the ways in which I can have more “me” time to live out the next 60 odd years on this amazing planet, just bring on today – I’m off to the hairdressers this morning and instead of my usual rush I will be parking further away, connecting with real people and definitely “smelling the roses” Have a brilliant day however you choose to spend it. 9th May 2015

Events

ABUNDANT MIND, SPIRIT & BODY WELLNESS

 

Come and join us and meet with like-minded people. 

We are pleased to have the lovely Sue Traynor as our Guest speaker.

Sue Traynor a Registered Mental Health Nurse with 25 years experience in a range of settings involving functional and organic presentations. Trained in CBT and Mindfulness which she uses in her work with people living with some aspect of mental distress, stress or just the effects of today’s experiences within society. Qualifying as a Natural Juice therapist 6 years ago enabled her to work with people looking at the effects of “what they do or don’t feed their bodies”and how that impacts on mood and behaviour. This along with an interest and love of essential oils allows a holistic approach to ensuring that we use a more natural approach to achieving good mental health. Sue works with people to support them to develop an effective tool kit to help navigate the stresses and strains of everyday everyday life. She uses many vehicles to achieve this including essential oils, diet, talking therapies, mood boards.

There will be “free” refreshments available during the morning, and a goody bag to take away.

Doors will open at 10:30am

Free parking is available.

For more information or to secure your place please call Carol on 07780685082