Glow in 30 days

Are you feeling wiped out?

Do you feel like you’ve lost your edge? You can reclaim your glow and start to flourish again!

First, it’s time for a reality check. This is a completely new season in your life and things aren’t going to be the same as they used to be – they’re going to be much better!  It’s time move forward with renewed self-confidence and self-assuredness, with an inner-knowing that you’ve got this.

Expect to feel a real shift! By going back basics and learning how to balance your hormones, you’ll be amazed at the transformation you will experience.


Our gut is the centre of health and wellbeing which is why the #Glowin30Days focuses on gut health.  Not only are you what you eat but you are what you absorb. You could be eating a perfect diet on paper but if your body isn’t functioning optimally, you won’t be reaping the benefits.

What it is:

#Glowin30Days is specially designed to put you in tune with yourself and your body’s relationship with the foods that you eat.  It’s a way of life and it’s going to be your new bff.

What it isn't:

It is absolutely not a calorie counting exercise, a diet, or a penance. 
Book your discovery call with me and we can begin by really getting to know you and your habits and where you are at.

What you'll get:

My Promise

You have my promise that I will help you build healthy habits that will last for a lifetime, not just a few weeks.  I’m really excited to start your journey back to glowing with you.

What do I need to do?

Book your discovery call with me and we can begin by really getting to know you and your habits and where you are at.



Here are some things you need to know about this time of your life. I hope it helps with your dive into The Glow Regime!

These two terms are often used interchangeably. In fact, they are two of three different phases: peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopause. Peri-menopause begins when things start to change, usually prompted by missing a period or being late. During peri-menopause, our oestrogen begins to drop and finally, at menopause, our ovaries stop releasing eggs altogether, which means you cannot get pregnant naturally.

Yes, you have come to the right place: did you know that hormone balance and physical and mental health is super important leading up to menopause? You could say that the healthier you are going in to peri-menopause, the better you will be coming out the other side.

Eat more real, whole food! So many women think they need to count calories. They don’t eat enough and they are miserable! This is not the answer. In fact, it could be contributory factor.

Osteoporosis is the condition that is most concerning. A drop in oestrogen means that we lose bone density. We can protect ourselves by taking regular exercise, such as walking, and especially weight bearing exercise, ie: yoga (poses like Chaturanga and plank pose that use our body weight are excellent). Finally, lifting weights is highly recommended: if you haven’t tried this before, you can get best results by seeing a good Personal Trainer.

No. As women, we don’t naturally have enough testosterone to really bulk up, so don’t worry about this and don’t let it put you off.

Naturopathic nutritional therapy uses a holistic model to focus on dietary as well as lifestyle changes to address symptoms like hot flashes, mood changes, weight fluctuations, and more. By nourishing your body effectively, there’s so much that can be done to make your menopausal journey smoother.

Absolutely! Lifestyle factors such as exercise, stress management, environmental toxins and sleep quality play a significant role in managing menopause symptoms. We provide guidance on these aspects to help you experience positive changes in your life.

I have a personalised approach rooted in naturopathic nutritional therapy. I focus on addressing the root causes of your symptoms and tailoring recommendations to suit your individual needs, promoting lasting and meaningful improvements.

Yes, there is growing scientific research that supports the effectiveness of naturopathic approaches for managing menopause symptoms, including nutrition and lifestyle modifications. I stay up-to-date with the latest research to provide evidence-based recommendations, through regular Continued Professional Development (CPD). This way, I’m always learning so I can serve you better..

Yes! Hormone evaluation is vital: as a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, I am well versed in the DUTCH test which provides a comprehensive assessment of various hormones, including oestrogen, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol, and their metabolites. Understanding the levels and patterns of these hormones can help identify any imbalances that could be related to your health concerns.

To book a consultation, simply visit the Contact page or click on Book a Discovery Call and choose a convenient time slot using Calendly. I look forward to helping you achieve your glowing, healthier and more vibrant menopausal experience through personalised naturopathic nutritional therapy that’s all about you.