See below for information about some of our wellness programmes!
Hello, and thank you for visiting my site!
The demands of modern life can sometimes make the prospect of optimising your nutrition and adopting a healthier lifestyle seem overwhelming. However, it doesn't have to be a daunting journey.
I understand that embarking on a nutrition and lifestyle plan can feel like a significant undertaking. That's why I believe that a fundamental aspect of any successful, long-term health plan is the ability to
implement it at your own pace.
Balance My Life programmes are designed to empower you, providing you with the resources and support to identify where you stand in the readiness
for change process. Meaningful change occurs when you're truly prepared for it.
So, whether you're just beginning your journey to better health or you're seeking to refine your existing habits let us support and guide you towards a healthier, happier you.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
- Mags (0868048380)
“Time And health are two precious assets that we don’t recognise and appreciate until they have been depleted.” – Denis Waitley
"The 4 Pillars for good health"
When we understand how food fuels the body and mind and the impact lifestyle choices have on our long term health and wellbeing it becomes much easier to set and achieve our own personal health goals.
Poor nutrition and lifestyle choices can cause anxiety, depression and other diseases in the body and mind.
When we address any imbalances in these 4 Pillars, we can build resilience to cope with the 'stressors' in life, and also significantly reduce the risk of disease to the body and mind.
We can achieve an 80% improvement in our health by making a 20% change in our nutrition and lifestyle habits. I can show you how to achieve this. All you need is, to be ready for change!
Balance my Life © 2018 - The contents on this website are based on education, opinions and experience. The information is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional, and is not intended as medical advice. You should always follow the advice of your doctor or other medical practitioner.