The human mind and body have unlimited potential to create, transform and heal. Growth, change, and self-healing are normal daily occurrences within each of us. Change is the essence of life and therefore inevitable. Healing is a form of change - from 'dis-ease' to a state of wellbeing. Your body has the blue print for optimal health and wellbeing, you only need connect your mind and body in order to activate this innate healing system.
Negative emotions and limiting beliefs are two very common factors that can prevent us from changing, healing and succeeding. Anxiety, anger and sadness and non-supportive internal dialogue such as "I don't deserve this" holds us back from creating our full potential and attaining our goals.
The mind, body, spirit connection directly impacts our ability to heal and thrive. So in order to achieve profound and sustainable change, healing the mind, body and spirit need to be aligned and in agreement. I work “wholistically” to bring the mind and body into balance.
As a practitioner, I aim to identify the causative factors that create these symptoms. I follow a functional medicine approach and view the body as a system of systems. If one or more of these systems is out of balance this can create disfunction and a manifestation of symptoms elsewhere in the body.
As a client, you will receive a personalised approach that is bespoke to you as an individual. Individual programmes are designed to match every client’s needs and personal requirements. Structured techniques and principles are applied including naturopathy, nutrition, stress management, lifestyle improvements, energy balancing and corrective exercise where appropriate.
Over the last 25 years, I have made a rule to only accept clients that I feel I can help and who are as committed to achieving health and wellbeing as I am to teaching and living it.
I work with clients worldwide through telephone and face to face consultations. In the UK I have two practices, one based at the Bowskill clinic in Central London and the other in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
“Ultimately if you do not take the time to be well, you will inevitably take the time to be sick.”