Katie’s Story Earlier this year I discovered I was in peri-menopause. Only glitch? I was only 43. I was experiencing a myriad of physical ailments and discomforts – painful acne, horrific night sweats, mood swings, brain fog, lack of inspiration, super heavy and irregular periods, tiredness and a frighteningly low mood which was starting to […]
Herbalist I don’t treat diseases, I treat people with problems, Kirsten says. Kirsten Hartvig Rowley is a naturopath, medical herbalist and author. When she sees patients, she looks at the whole person and finds a treatment based on natural herbal remedies and lifestyle changes. She believes that reconnecting with nature can help to heal us […]
Meg James, an accredited meditation and mindfulness teacher who is passionate about sharing a modern approach to ancient practices, has shared a short guided meditation with us, which will help you surrender and release painful emotions. Meg is a practitioner on the InsightTimer App.
By Carolyn Cowan When not teaching Kundalini yoga I work as a sex therapist with a specialisation in trauma, addiction, anxiety and pre and postnatal issues. My 23 years of yoga practice informs my therapy work and equally, my therapy training constantly makes bridges across to my yoga teaching and personal practice. When we are […]
Paralympic Champion Anne Usher was a physiotherapist and competitive cyclist until a back injury left her unable to ride, or to heal herself. She felt an inward spiral of failure and feeling she was the victim. Volunteering for the London Olympics in 2012 was “one of the best tonics” and led to a chance meeting with […]
Founders of Addictive Daughter When self-medicating with alcohol, men and drugs no longer worked, Joey Bradford and Persia Lawson decided to ‘sit through this and meet the pain.’ Persia, a daughter of drug addicts, and Joey, drinking and dating from age twelve, became best friends in drama school. After both making an ‘amazing’ inward journey, […]