Guest blogs

Feeling flat? You could be languishing. Discover how to get your spark back.

Feeling flat? You could be languishing. Discover how to get your spark back.

If you find yourself feeling listless and life is lacking its usual lustre, but you're not depressed, you could be ...
Stepping into spring: three mature women sat cross legged outdoors alongside a lake practising yoga.

10 wellbeing tips to step into spring

Spring has arrived. The time of year when the hibernation of winter draws to an end, and we can start ...
Women's hands holding a bowl of coloutful healthy food. Eating a blanced diet rich in fruit, vegetables, wholegrains, fish and healthy fats is associated with a reduced risk of Parkinson's Disease and slower disease progression.

Navigating Parkinson’s Disease – a conversation about a more natural approach

This week's blog comes from guest writer Max Tomlinson N.D, naturopath and functional naturopathic nutritionist and Parkinson's Disease expert. My ...
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Diet, nutrition and dental disease

The mouth is often considered the terrain of the dentist, with the oral cavity being treated in isolation from the ...
Young woman staying centred as she stands on one leg, arms spread wide.

Staying centred in a challenging word

Supporting others, in achieving their best life, has been a passion of mine for many years now. What constitutes a ...
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The magic of movement

Our guest writer and mindfulness, yoga and stress management consultant, Bev Alderson, talks about the importance of continuing to move ...
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End of year reflections

The dark nights are in, the temperature has dropped and the clocks have changed – all signs that this year ...
Gut microbiome and the gut brain axis blog image of a young healthy woman wearing gym leggings and sports top holding a yoga mat.

Supporting the gut-brain axis

This article is written by nutritional therapist, health coach and author, Stephanie Moore. With a degree in nutritional medicine and ...