WellBeing Blog -- Natural Health Blog

Vitamin D deficiency

If you don't get some sun daily odds are you are deficient in vitamin D
On September 10th, 2014

Vitamin D deficiency should not be taken lightly. Quite often I get clients in the clinic that pass this deficiency off as nothing and neglect to take their supplements. A vitamin D deficiency can make you feel very ill by leading to muscle weakness, high blood pressure, pain and depression. One symptom that really stands out with this deficiency is being tired during the day for unexplained reasons. Continue reading » »

Ruta graveolens remedy

Runner with sprained knee
On September 3rd, 2014

Ruta graveolens is an evergreen, shrubby plant that the ancients knew well as a remedy for resisting contagions and poisons. The name “ruta” is from the Greek reuo, to set free. Homoeopathically, Ruta graveolens has wonderful strengthening effects on sprained joints, particularly wrists … Continue reading » »

4 ways to create sacred space

On September 3rd, 2014

As we slowly move from one season to another the energy is shifting. Something in the air smells and feels different. We know that when the seasons change we need to adapt and change too. If you are feeling the … Continue reading » »

Tinnitus: Can you hear me Scotty?

Loud noise
On September 1st, 2014

Do you or one of your loved ones suffer with ringing in the ears? According to the Mayo Clinic, tinnitus can be defined as a a noise or ringing in the ears when no external sounds are present and it … Continue reading » »

The Collective Realm: conscious food, flavours, textures

Fresh organic vegetables
On August 26th, 2014

The time has come. I cannot write another blog post without sharing the delights my taste buds encountered during yoga school. Each day an exquisite array of flavour atoms exploded in my mouth. Textures so seductive they charmed the tip of … Continue reading » »

Heavy metal poisoning and illness

Heavy metals and toxins are always invading your system
On August 24th, 2014

Heavy metal poisoning is more common than you think. It has a range of non- descript symptoms from headache to irritability to muscle spasm so it could be mistaken for any number of diseases. However because the symptoms are so non- descript it can often go unseen and make sufferers ill for years for no apparent reason. Even our tap water can carry aluminum and in the past it has been used as a food additive. Whether you drink from aluminum cans, use deodorant which contains aluminum, have lead and copper pipes, use mercury fillings in your teeth or take vaccines on medical advice the bottom line is you have been exposed to heavy metals and other toxins. Right now they are sitting in your body making you toxic. Continue reading » »

Essential oils for a healthy brain

On August 13th, 2014

Scientific research suggests there are a number of essential oils that can benefit our cognitive abilities and help us to maintain healthy brains. Continue reading » »

How dreams can show we are all connected

We are all Connected
On August 11th, 2014

Why do we dream the same dreams? Is it coincidence?  Or could it be because, as Carl Sagan, one of the most well known of recent physicists, told us, “We are all connected”? For those of you struggling to comprehend … Continue reading » »

Get off the treadmill of life

Life changes - time to get off the treadmill
On August 5th, 2014

When was the last time you ran like Annabel and Anthony to your new anthills? Racing to the office, the school, the job, to training, pick up shopping…rush, rush, rush….like ants on a sunny day from one anthill to the other with food on their backs. It’s time to get off the treadmill and stop racing about perhaps – like ants in a line on the motorway in cars. Continue reading » »

5 ways to trust your intuition

Trust Your Intuition
On July 28th, 2014

You are an incredibly intuitive being and, when you stop to listen, your inner voice is speaking to you. Maybe you ignore this voice or let your ego run the show but you know that it’s there. We are all … Continue reading » »