Sybille de Klebnikoff Master Hypnotherapist
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming)
Master Practitioner ICF certified Coach
Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator
Using different tools, Sybille has helped her patients find their purpose in life, overcome a trauma, deal with stress, anxiety, depression, quit smoking, deal with work challenges and parenting, and start on new projects…
Jo suggests that while there aren’t any quick fixes or miracle remedies to staying flu-free, the answer is in keeping the whole body well as the foundation of good immune health.
Here are her top tips to improving lifestyles that can address the underlying causes of ill health, and her advice from an integrative naturopathic perspective, for those less inclined to go straight for the flu-jab.
Children are constantly acquiring new skills, and it is well documented in research that the first three years of life are the most vital for laying down the connections needed for key areas of development. A child’s motor development can be crudely split into gross motor and fine motor.
There are dozens of statistics and studies showing that ‘getting fit’ or changing habits to live a more ‘healthy lifestyle’ (including dietary changes) are within the top three resolutions people make each year. But fitness-related resolutions are met equally with statistics of how quickly resolutions are broken.
There are a number of reasons why fitness related intentions fail but injury is a common theme. Damien Mouellic suggests that success lies in preparation and offers five tips to help improve chances of staying on track to a healthier and fitter 2020.