What is a Traditional Naturopath?
“The naturopath is a teacher. First and foremost, the naturopath educates, empowers and motivates the client to assume more responsibility for his own wellness through having a healthy attitude, lifestyle and diet. After determining the cause of a health concern, the naturopath discusses with the client the various natural options for creating a return to health.” – Dr. Linda Page, PhD
Hi! I’m Janet and I’m excited to share what I know about food, exercise and rest to be the best you can be! My intention is this website gives you the information you need to find what works for you!
My father grew up on a farm in the early 1900s and the family made it’s food from scratch! (Yes, my Dad was 54 when I was born!) Some tips and recipes are passed on from him. I became a certified Holistic Health Coach in 2013 and I completed my training as a Traditional Naturopath in 2018.
I guide and teach my clients in natural health approaches such as juicing and detoxification, dietary wellness, the use of herbs, hot baths, aromatherapy, exercise, rest, sunshine, and many other natural health and wellness modalities like breathing techniques and meditation. I use a health questionnaire, Iridology and other holistic methods to determine the weakness and strengths in your body.
All of the information I pass on to you I’ve tried myself. Some things worked for me, but not my family. Others things worked for them and not for me. Each person is different so I encourage you to try these techniques to build a health plan for your best health.
To your health!
What is Naturopathy?
“a system of treatment of disease that avoids drugs and surgery and emphasizes the use of natural agents (such as air, water, and herbs) and physical means (such as tissue manipulation and electrotherapy)” – Merriam-Webster
What is Homeopathy?
“a system of medical practice that treats a disease especially by the administration of minute doses of a remedy that would in larger amounts produce in healthy persons symptoms similar to those of the disease” – Merriam-Webster