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I am passionate about helping people find peace with food, exercise and their body. I practice non diet evidence based nutrition and help women support their hormonal health and learn to trust their body. I place a large focus on developing relationship with my clients that is compassionate, non-judgmental and self-nurturing.
Philosophy and Approach:
In our society many people are confused about nutrition. You are not alone if you struggle with your eating. My mission is to help you move away from conflicting information about nutrition and help you to reconnect with your body’s wisdom, learn to listen to its hunger, fullness and satiety cues to promote long term health - physically, mentally and emotionally. I believe in a non-diet and weight neutral approach, focusing on changing behaviours to promote lifelong health and wellbeing. I believe that in order to have optimal hormonal and physical health its important to care for your emotional and mental health.
After obtaining a degree at UCL I completed a 3 year training course in nutrition and qualified as a Nutritional Therapist. I have done CPD courses in Intuitive Eating and Sports Nutrition. I'm also a Personal Trainer, specialising in strength and conditioning, mobility and flexibility.
About the Therapy I Offer
In Person - Box Tree Clinic
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