Inner Health Yoga, just like my sister company Inner Health Clinic was born out of my passion to help others recover from illnesses like I did. My journey started with resigning from my stressful career in order to focus on what I really wanted to do. Since then my life has so easily fallen into place. My business has grown organically starting with nutrition therapy, then colonic hydrotherapy which helped me so much with my IBS when I was chronically ill, and in and out of hospital. After several years of practicing both nutrition therapy and colonic hydrotherapy I went down the road of wellbeing coaching, understanding that not everything can be treated with just physical therapy.
There’s often so much emotional healing that needs to take place. Joining up the physical and emotional ensures I give my clients a much more rounded approach to healing. From well-being coaching I studied some more and became a Chrysalis Effect Practitioner, specialising in recovery from chronic exhaustive conditions such as ME, Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. It’s such an honour to be part of helping people get their lives back after years of being in chronic pain, and too exhausted to hold down a job, or even socialise with friends and family. Individuals are often house bound or worse still bed bound.
In order to join up all the dots I transitioned into Yoga. I’ve had a love hate relationship with yoga over the years, I hated it when I needed it the most and now love it! I decided to train to become a yoga teacher to offer the benefits of this ancient practice with all its wisdom to my clients. I think more and more people see the importance of yoga in this day and age. Taking time out to nurture ourselves is vitally important to our health. I am now undertaking my Functional Medicine training with the University of Functional Medicine. So feel I have gone full circle. I’m passionate about expanding my knowledge in the areas I feel can make the biggest difference to peoples lives. I don’t think I will ever stop learning. Knowledge is power after all.