Like birds that fly north for the winter, I try to prioritise taking a break during the colder months. This year I’ve been fortunate that work has taken me to some exotic locations.
Hot on the heels of our successful Bali retreat for health practitioners in June, I’ve recently returned from an oncology workshop in Kyoto, folllowed by a short holiday in Japan. There was much food for thought and am looking forward to discussing this further with my clients who are living with or recovering from cancer.
If you’re a long time newsletter subscriber, you’ll know that my love of travel is no secret. I don’t have a bucket list, other than to grab the opportunity to see new places and meet the people who live there, as often as possible. I do love going off the beaten track and eating local food, so over the years I’ve developed a travel health protocol that works well for me. The recently updated travel health guide is on my site. If you’re heading off on your own adventure, don’t take a risk, read the guide before you go.
I’ve noticed that some clients feel better while taking their travel remedies, than they usually do at home. Often this comes down to a combination of the beneficial gut remedies and some much needed relaxation. Whether you’ve never felt right since a dose of “Bali Belly” years ago or have other lingering digestive concerns, you don’t have to leave home to feel better. Let’s work together to create a gut repair strategy to get you back on track.
I hope you’re enjoying the gifts of winter, as spring will be here before you know it.