February 2019

Letting Go


Many of my clients have been coming in with digestive upset, lack of sleep, that good ole monkey mind and lack of vitality in general ... life seems to be moving quicker than ever before... new projects, new ideas, more work... plus the constant messages in the media toil with our mind... leaving them/us with overwhelm and escapism... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

We are resilient beings but the inability to LET THINGS GO is much more challenging than we think and moving with the flow of life, just seems like a hard concept to grasp... WHAT HAPPENS when we cannot let go of stuck behaviors, patterns, and thoughts? ... your entire system, especially, your digestive system becomes compromised ... many answers lie underneath it when tapped into...

By working with the whole system -- your nutrition, your body, and your mind, your whole energy field will lighten and a clearer path will exist

February Eats


We are getting close to the end of winter, which means it’s a wonderful time to begin introducing some of our friendly cleansing vegetables to help us get rid of our accumulated winter toxins. At the end of the month we will begin to see brighter detoxing greens like dandelion, so keep your eyes peeled out.

Enjoy these…

Beetroot, broccoli, artichoke, cardoon, catalogna chicory, carrot, cauliflower, white cabbage, Savoy cabbage, Brussels sprout, chicory, sauerkraut, beet tops, fennel, endive, lettuce, leek, red radicchio, turnip, spinach, and Jerusalem artichoke, 

A lovely easy breakfast … slightly steamed broccoli and turnip with shaved fennel and leeks with extra virgin olive oil and, sea salt, pepper, and chili flake. Poached egg optional.

A grounding snack of beet hummus sans the beans in endive leaves.

Eat well.