I have always had, and continue to have, an interest in health and wellbeing. With a previous degree in Psychology, working as a counsellor and facilitating wellbeing programmes in the NHS and corporate sector I have always had a passion about the mind body connection and it’s impact on our behaviour. This led me to further my studies and complete a Masters in Nutritional Therapy exploring the underlying causes of various physiological imbalances, exploring how nutrition, movement, lifestyle strategies and stress resilience all play a role in improving well being and longevity. I now pursue my passion seeing individuals one a one to one basis or in a group setting with a special interest in gut health and it’s link to brain and behaviour, hormone health and it’s link to stress management, and the impact this all has on our body and mind performance in ALL areas of our lives.
Ryre holds two BSc’s, an MSc in Nutritional Therapy and is qualified as a NLP Practitioner. She is fully registered with BANT and CNHC. Having trained in Functional Medicine her approach underlines how the health of the individual is multifaceted, and underlying causes, not just symptoms, are considered.
Using evidence-based scientific research she continually keeps up to date with her field. Ryre completed her Masters in Nutritional Therapy at CNELM, specialising in Chronic Illness, Sports, and Longevity.
My interest in health and nutrition started 15 years ago. I didn’t like the way I felt or looked and I decided to make a change. A simple statement but a long journey.
Conventional ‘diets’ failed, so instead I started reading about healthy eating. The more I read, the more inspired I became to change my own eating habits. The better I ate – the better I felt, I had energy, my mind was clear I slept well and the weight I lost seemed like a side effect.
My journey to nutrition took a side step to the corporate, consulting world, during this time I suffered burnout which caused me to take the leap to my second career. Now qualified, I look forward to working with professionals who need to perform at their best.
As a wife and working mum I’m passionate about what I do for myself and my family and there’s a pretty good chance I can relate to where you’re coming from.
Having taken the plunge to follow her passion, Dana is now a qualified nutrition coach and is registered with BANT and the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT). She provides advice on how to eat, often overlooked, and what to eat to meet your daily nutrition requirements. She also analyses what you are eating, and explains how this may be playing a part in the symptoms you are experiencing. We are all unique, our genes also play a role, so what is good for Susie sitting next to you might not work for you – she gets that!
Dana also has a keen interest in the corporate world and relates well to individuals who need to perform in all areas of their life. She educates employees within organisations about how to fuel your body for enhanced performance.