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Rumination is a response to prolonged stress and/or trauma where we experience repeated involuntary and intruding thoughts about past experiences, and in recent years this definition has been broadened to include the same form of circulating thoughts about what may happen in the future. Since the beginning of the pandemic, there has been a significant […]

Rumination and the Art of Letting Go

Apr 18

Bonny's Articles

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Bathing is a natural way to support mind and body wellness

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Healing Diets student, Amy Hiller, wrote a superb article on Bathing for Mind and Body Wellness for one of her free assignments, which I have shared below. There is a free assignment for each lesson in the Healing Diets course, which is provided as a creative and skills building opportunity for students to produce something […]

Bathing: A Natural Way to Support Wellness of Body and Mind

May 10

Student Work

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Burdock (Arctium Lappa)

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It is a great pleasure to share some of the beautiful botanical illustrations that we commissioned from school graduate, Elena Ageyeva for the Herbal Medicine online course Materia Medica. Elena’s work on her assignments was exceptional and when she submitted some of her botanical illustrations I knew she was the artist that I’ve long been […]

New Materia Medica Botanical Illustrations!

May 8

Herbal Medicine

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Recent Healing Diets graduate, Lynda McIntosh, has just opened her integrated practice in Kinross, Scotland. You can visit her website at this link, and here she shares a few words about her new practice: My holistic approach focuses on non-invasive healing techniques to bring balance, health and vitality back to our mind, body, heart and soul. […]

New Healing Diets graduate launches practice in Scotland!

May 1

Graduates

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Rongoā Māori traditional medicine

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by Laura Chisale Kia Ora Tātou, or Greetings in Te Reo Māori. The Māori have been the tangata whenua (indigenous people) of Aotearoa/New Zealand, having arrived from their Polynesian homeland of Hawaiki a millennium ago. With that, they brought knowledge and their own philosophy of Healing, natural medicine and health. To understand the depths and […]

History & Philosophy of Rongoā (Maori) Medicine

Apr 25

Student Work

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By Bryony Webster (Natural Physician Student) Natural Physician student, Bryony Webster, wrote a lovely article on Abhyanga Self Massage for one of her free assignments, which I have shared here. Given the profound benefits of massage, and the expense of getting regular professional massages, learning the skills to practice self massage is well worth the […]

Abhyanga Massage: The importance of touch

Apr 25

Student Work

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The Mind Body Connection by Arabella Hamilton Over the course of the last thirty years, numerous studies have provided overwhelming evidence that thoughts, emotions, behaviours and physical health are inextricably linked. Not only do our thoughts and emotions affect our physical body, but the state of our physical body also affects the mind. Mindfulness​ ​has […]

Stress, Emotions & Food

Apr 15

Student Work

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Reishi mushrooms are revitalising for the entire body and particularly valuable to ease stress and anxiety.

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In a time when we are battling an international health crisis and our general health is worse than ever, it is crucial that we seek alternative ways to regain systemic health. Fungi have the capacity to change our lives in an immediate, powerful and exponentially beneficial manner by enhancing the intelligence of the human immune […]

The Healing Power of Mushrooms

Sep 27

Student Work

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An Introduction to Slavic Cosmology and Herbalism by Naturopathy student, Elena Ageyeva   Slavic culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world. According to many sources, slavic people have common ancestors (Aryan race) with those now living in modern India and Iran. This link has been confirmed by genetic studies as well as […]

Slavic Culture in Vedic and Medieval Russia

May 2

Student Work

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violet flower

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By Healing Diets Student, Arabella Hamilton   For this experiment​, I decided to use plants from seeds and grow them in separate pots, using the same conditions for each and administering the same amount of water. I thought that by growing plants I would get a clear visual of how the experiment was going and […]

Hado Water Experiment

May 2

Student Work

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