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Taking my own advice.

Sometimes life calls us to stop. To breathe and to create space allowing us to focus on important things so we can get up and give that our all; to re-boot and then come back to the norm, bigger and better than ever before. This week is one of those weeks. Behind the scenes here there are so many exciting things happening. The launch of my new and beautiful book Well & Good, I’ve stepped back in to my clinic The Pagoda Tree treating again and we are getting ready to roll out another cleanse which is kicking off Monday 10th. I hear all you Melbourne Cup race goers that will no doubt be giving your liver a doozy of time this week sighing in relief. The cleanse will be just what the doctor ordered.

 

SO in the spirit of taking my own advice.  I’m slowing down when it calls. This week I’ll be taking a break from the blog.  It doesn’t mean you go empty handed, the way I see it, it’s a great opportunity to head over to facebook and connect with me there as myself and my team will be sharing the best of the best from the Archives.

Have yourselves a beautiful week and for those of you putting your livers to the test, be kind!

– If you don’t have a copy of Well & Good yet, you can grab your copy by emailing wellandgood@natkringoudis.com

– Want to dig in deep – don’t forget about my world famous ecourses.  There’s no doubt one for YOU.  From learning about your own menstrual cycle, how to treat hormone imbalance from your couch and of course how to get a grip on your stress, it is all there.

– Wanting to jump on board our last cleanse for the year? You’ll find all the info you need here.

– Looking at coming to see my in my clinic? For information and to book an appointment please email reception@thepagodatree.com.au

Happy week ahead! x

 

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One Response to “Taking my own advice.”

  1. Jessica

    I hear you Nat! I am a naturopath. I run a busy clinic, write a blog, run webinars and online courses to help educate mums about looking after themselves but need to constantly remind myself to slow down. I did on the weekend and it was bliss!! Good on you for taking a break 🙂

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