“What my clients say...”

We have never met but spoken by email and through the amazing technology of skype. It is refreshing to talk to a real human being who considers your whole, not just the problem... ...If anybody is wondering whether or not to contact Debbie should just pick up the phone or email her, you won't be disappointed! Thank you xxx
H Mee Ipswich, Anglia February 2012
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Yet again today I got to work on a client and their gut, my favourite place to start from, why? Because it’s so so important to the overall heal

…The Spark in the Machine: How the Science of Acupuncture Explains the Mysteries of Western Medicine by Dan Keown, a book which shows that the

For the past 35 years, Barbara Wren has been searching for insights into who we really are and how our bodies work. She has been teaching and lecturin

I welcome back to Food for Thought this week Robert Forman Author of Enlightenment Ain’t What it’s Cracked Up to be: A Journey of Discover

Food for Thought this week I interview the lovely holistic therapist Nancy Finch, who talks about cosmic ordering, reiki attunement, chakra work, and

On Food for Thought this week Deborah has the lovely opportunity to interview The (rather hypnotic) English Sisters. The show centres around stress an

Well it was certainly my lucky day when Alexandra Bastedo arranged for me to see Debbie, although I trusted Alex’s advice and knowledge implicitly I

On last weeks Food for Thought was author and therapist Janet Thomson talking about her book Think More, Eat Less: Use Your Mind to Change Your Body .

Here one of the Asyra team explain Energy medicine in more detail. )

Alyssa is a nutritionist who was nearly taken to the edge by the ASA. )

On Wednesday at 2pm we have the first of Deborah’s Food for Thought shows, she’s now live on Friday nights for half of her show, so if you want to

Latest tweet from a happy client… Fascinating session with naturopath Deborah Walker – lots of food for thought! thank you! @Changepasspo