Well done on taking a step towards better health, sometimes it feels a little scary to lean in and start to do something new. To get a different result to what we currently have we must do something different.
Every new health habit begins with only one action.
Health is a physical/mental/social representation of consistent application of a positive attitude and actions. I look forward to working with you to help you to achieve the level of health that you desire.
After many conversations with clients about how they struggle some days (some more than others!), how making healthy, nutrient dense and tasty meals can be a challenge. In order to help with this challenge, I have put together a range to meals that you can purchase which will be cooked with love but also with the focus on food combining and nutrient density made to take the hassle out of food preparation, especially while food changes are new!
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Kinetic Link Training (KLT):
Revolutionise your approach to functional strength training and core-conditioning. Kinetic Link Training (KLT) is a challenging and enjoyable approach to resistance training. KLT uses movement of the whole body instead of traditional weight-based programs that focus on one particular muscle group at a time.
KLT classes can be modified to suit most people and levels of fitness. Classes are run at FIX Muscle performance.
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There are always those questions that will pop into our mind that we wonder about. These questions might be food related or in the ball park of ‘I wonder what else a naturopath can do?’ It might be sometime over the next few weeks that you think of a question or years down the track, you are always welcome to ask a question (in fact I encourage it).