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My Greek Holiday 2 (finding my Ambition)

My Greek Holiday 2 (finding my Ambition)

Hydra Island - Go for coastal walks along cascading houses and mansions up and down the coastline, sip on freddo espressos or a cocktail or two in one of the many sea cliff cafes and restaurants, jump off rocks into the Med, and come up close and personal to the local dolphins. In the village, you will find winding, narrow paths, lit-up fishing tavernas covered with colourful bougainvilleas, and beautiful shops. This was the home of Leonard Cohen and many other famous poets, writers, and artists.

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My Greek Holiday

My Greek Holiday

I started my holiday with three days in Athens. Usually, just a stopover before going to the islands, but Athens called me to stay. I met some fantastic people, traveled back in time to Antiquity, and immersed myself in ancient mythology and ancient herbal medicine while lingering amongst the plants and ancient ruins. Olive, bitter orange, bay laurel, carob, prickly pear, fig, mulberry, pine, oak, cypress, honeysuckle, dandelion, rosemary, basil, rose geranium, wild sage & thyme, and mountain tea (Sideritis plant genus) became my friends. I was bewitched! 

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How I Ended Up In Greece

How I Ended Up In Greece

Greece has a millennia-long tradition of using herbs for medicinal purposes, so I am very excited to explore more about ancient medicine and physicians - and of course, bring all that knowledge back with me to share with you!

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Long Covid Natural Health Support - Part Two

Long Covid Natural Health Support - Part Two

Here is a Naturopathic Protocol we have established that has been remarkably effective in supporting the recovery from Long Covid & positioning the mind & body into excellent health for optimal healing.

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Managing Covid Naturally - Part One

Managing Covid Naturally - Part One

I eventually got Covid. It was pretty mild - a raspy voice and a general feeling of 'weirdness,' like I was hosting a dinner party for an unwelcome guest. That week I took my clinic back online from the comfort of my home. I missed Heidi (my assistant), but between phone and email, we found our rhythm.

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Wonderful Winter Fruit & Vegetables + Recipe

Wonderful Winter Fruit & Vegetables + Recipe

The temperature has dropped and it's too cold for salads and smoothies. Replace cold foods with warming foods. Start with breakfast - swap smoothies and fruit salad with warming, poached or baked seasonal fruit such as quince, pears, apples, nashi and rhubarb. If you enjoy morning smoothies, add aromatic spices which promote digestion & keep your constitution warm. Cinnamon and ginger work wonderfully well with most fruits & flavours. Swap cold breakfast cereal with a warming breakfast porridge or a protein chia pudding. 

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That Chicken Recipe

That Chicken Recipe

Chicken supreme with mushrooms and carrots poached in coconut, lime, chilli & ginger. This chicken dish on my instagram had more reach outs for the recipe than any other I have posted. Enjoy. It is as delicious as it looks. 

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Has Naturopathy been hijacked by Wellness?

Has Naturopathy been hijacked by Wellness?

Almost as soon as the word ‘wellness’ moved into our collective view, it was hijacked and commodified - so it’s hard to separate out the well-meaning wellness influencers and superfood spruikers from the more sinister aspects of the industry. The word wellness has changed to encompass an industry that is unlike anything we’ve experienced before. If you’re reading this, you’re likely interested in health and may have dabbled in a few wellness trends (I think most of us have at this point!). But everything in this world has a shadow side and wellness is no exception. 

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Collective Exhaustion - from burnt out to restored

Collective Exhaustion - from burnt out to restored

The word ‘stress’ no longer seems to encapsulate the depth and complexity of what we have experienced as a collective. To say we’re burnt out and exhausted was already an understatement pre-2020. Many of us are now entering into the state of freeze, a response by the nervous system designed to help us disassociate or ‘numb out’. Every single one of us has our limit, so what happens when we’re pushed beyond it for a sustained period of time?

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