You can heal your body

A very important video detailing how to start healing ourselves. Enjoy x

Journeys in Healing


Andrea’s recommended Mind-Body exercises and some thoughts on how to switch between disconnection from our bodies into greater connection and appreciation of our body’s state of health and also how to gain perspective and awareness when we become overly concerned and hypervigilent in our bodies.

We tend to flit between the two when we are struggling with health problems of a chronic nature.

Please practice this exercise often with whatever tweaks feel right to you.

Much love


PS if you are struggling with health problems and would like some assistance with your return to health, and a professional to help determine the core imbalance beneath all your symptoms; please contact me on

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Do you suffer from Fatigue?

Hi Folks,

Here is a video blog of me discussing fatigue.

Fatigue, along with gastrointestinal complaints, is the most common condition that I treat in the clinic. I believe that with a bit of time, patience, effort (on your behalf!) and support and detective work on my behalf that fatigue can be fully solved.

In fact I believe that once we get to the true core issues and address them, that healing can happen quickly.

A return to health most often involves making positive and lifelong changes to your diet, lifestyle, environment, and the mind-body connection. In other words making changes to what caused the problem in the first place!

Any number of other issues can tag along such as viruses, infections, toxicity, poor organ function, hormonal imbalances, and so on….. but each imbalance is a result of a deeper issue relating to diet, lifestyle, environment and our emotions-belief systems.

I am here to support you on the journey and your quest back to health, vitality and adventure….

If you suffer with fatigue that is impacting your health, life or sports endeavours please contact the clinic on; it will be my pleasure to help.

PS I am a former fatigue sufferer and fully on your side when I say I get it!

And after some work on my own health using the principles that I will share with you, I am well, healthy and very active. Here is me with a great friend Orla before my first triathlon in June 2015. I didn’t get to run in this one due to a foot injury but I kicked ass in one a few weeks later in Austria 70.3 half ironman. 🙂

andrea triathlon

Much love,


Struggling to Sleep?

This is a lovely article written by Jodi of Vibrant Blue oils, to add to the lifestyle, diet and supplements advice that we give you here in the clinic:

We keep almost all of the Vibrant Blue oils product range in the clinic for use with healing treatments; clients LOVE them ❤

Before you get stuck into the article I would like to draw your attention to this wonderful article on sleep and how a solid 8 hours sleep may not be natural to the majority of us. This will help remove a lot of anxiety around the topic! Nightly 8-Hour Sleep Isn’t a Rule. It’s a Myth.

Also that sleep may cycle with the moon cycles and many clients including myself report less sleep and more vivid dreaming around the time of the full or new moon.

Also there is a significant amount of seasonal variation in relation to sleep; we tend to need more sleep in Winter and less in Summer; roll with it!

Women need more sleep than men, athletes need more sleep than ‘normal’ persons, women athletes will require even more and children need a lot more sleep than adults….


Sleep is Critical for Health and Healing

Restful sleep, defined as the ability to both fall asleep and stay asleep, is critical for health and healing.  It allows time for the body to rest and repair, detoxify, balance blood sugar levels, burn calories and reset our energy reserves.  Without restful sleep, we feel fatigued and our body compensates with cortisol spikes, sugar cravings and other tricks to keep us awake and functioning.

There is also growing evidence that sleep cycles impact other cycles in the body including the rhythmic patterns of the digestive and immune systems.  When we sleep, the brain produces 90 minute cycles of slow wave sleep. This is followed by periods of rapid eye movement (REM) during which dreams occur. During the night, the gut also produces 90 minute slow wave muscle contractions which are followed by short burst of rapid movement. Poor sleep cycles can disrupt this digestive function and the healing process within the gut.

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