Events Coming Up
The next ‘Wellbeing on Wednesday’ will be on Wednesday 25th March from 7.30-8.00, and this month we’re all about ‘Misery Guts’. We’ll be talking all about gut health, and how it affects us mentally, as well as answering all your questions. The event is in my free Facebook group ‘Minted’, and you can join that here.
My Migraine Article Is Now Available On The Open Access Government Website
Click here to read my latest guest blog for the Open Access Government website, all about natural remedies for migraines. You can read it here.
Vitaliti Has Launched!
The world’s first health service of its kind has been launched by Physic on 1st February. With mainstream healthcare becoming more and more difficult to access, Vitaliti works completely online, helping you to help yourself, and taking some pressure off the NHS. Each month we have a different theme which starts with some training, and you can join the group challenge if you like. February’s theme is ‘Love Yourself’, and keep checking back here to find out the themes for forthcoming months. You can find out all about Vitaliti here.
Join My Free Facebook Group!
‘Minted’ is my free group which launched at the end of 2019, and it gives us a safe space to talk about different health topics, as well as hosting the monthly ‘Wellbeing on Wednesday’ talks. There’s regular free training in there, so come on in for daily tips and banter. You can join here.
Read My Guest Blog On Holiday Health
Award winning travel company ‘Tots To Travel’ recently asked me to write for them about natural ways to keep the whole family healthy on holiday. You can read all about it here.
See Physic In ‘Your Healthy Living’ Magazine.
I’m now a regular writer for ‘Your Healthy Living’ magazine, and in 2019 wrote about children’s health, migraines, stress, and sleep solutions. You can read all about them by following the links below.
Iridology Appointments Are Now Available
In November I completed my Iridology training with internationally renowned teacher Alan Payne. Iridology is a very old way of looking at the types of illness a person may be prone to by examining the iris of each eye. Iridology gives a fascinating insight about why a person has become unwell, and which foods, herbs, and nutrients are needed to correct any imbalances. In some countries it’s taught in medical schools, and although it’s widely used in the USA and Australia, it’s less well known in the UK. Iridology assessments and reports are now available. Please contact Hannah for details.