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Understanding the science that explains why what we eat impacts our mood and concentration has inspired me to eat well again!
Claire Wrigley Manager, Corporate FinanceDeloitte LLPManchester, UK
Katie’s mindful approaches to nutrition day for practitioners was a really valuable asset to add to my toolbox as a therapist. I often refer back to her principles of mindful eating, both for myself in my daily practice of mindfulness and gratitude as well as for my clients. What I really love about this course is it is reminds us to really think about our relationship with food and the joy of food, which can often be distorted by the media and current food trends.
Lucy Peel, MSc, MRNNaturopath & Nutritional TherapistNaturopathy for Health
I started the 6 weeks ‘Be Calm, Be Happy’ mindfulness course over a year ago. I found the course really amazing. I learnt so much about meditation and mindfulness, and also ways of reducing stress and anxiety. Soon after finishing the course I started the weekly lunchtime drop-in meditation sessions in Cheadle Hulme, lasting less than an hour. I found them so calming and relaxing. Katie has an aura of peace and calm around her. I look forward to every week’s session and I try to apply the tea…
Katie makes it very easy to engage yourself, follow along and apply her advice into your own situations.
Katie is an inspirational speaker who positively engages her audience. Her friendly and approachable character makes listening and learning a pleasure. Undoubtedly a lady with incredible talent and enthusiasm for her subject.
Tina Mitchell SkinnerFounder and CEOBrain Tumour Support
A moving, inspiring, motivational and uplifting talk yesterday at the Mindful Living show. You have touched my heart, thank you.
Debi AtkinsonAttendeeThe Mindful Living Show
After a hideous crash diet in my late teens and a 5st weight loss in just 6 months, a decade of disordered eating followed. Painful cycles of bingeing and deprivation and a complete disconnect from enjoying food plagued me on an almost hourly basis. Food was forever on my mind. I can’t remember the exact light bulb moment during Katie’s teaching but I was nodding uncontrollably throughout. I left, totally and utterly renewed. I am now in my fourth year of being grateful for nearly every mout…
Ruth WaltersFood Blogger & JournalistLet Her Eat Clean
I’ve been in the classroom and workshop environment with Katie on several occasions and can only describe it as a joy. Katie has an amazing ability to make the complex information accessible, understandable and fun to learn. She engages with her audience in a way that makes everyone comfortable participating and that adds to the value of the time spent with her. Katie has a very calming influence and you can always guarantee a laugh. I can highly recommend Katie to you – you’ll never regret…
Deborah BulcockFreelance HR ConsultantNaturopathic Nutritionist & Health CoachManchester, UK
Having recently been to a NHS Pain Clinic and being advised to look at mindfulness, I have to admit I was sceptical and thought it would be mumbo jumbo! I attended a mindfulness evening with Katie and I couldn’t have been more wrong. Within days my pain had subsided significantly and the effects of mindfulness have been mind-blowing – literally. Katie is so easy to listen to and quite an inspiration. I was that impressed I went again the following week! I am looking forward to continuing my …
I have found your teaching to be a great source of both inspiration and guidance. I like the rigorous and comprehensive approach you have, challenging us to think but also demonstrating your expertise in a practical and functional way, combined with a strong scientific foundation. I also like some of your more personal and spiritual comments. Thank you.
Miranda HarrisMSc Nutritional Therapy StudentUniversity of Worcester