Testimonials

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Jeyanthi has helped hundreds of women realise their weight loss goals and balance their hormones through nutritional therapy. Here are a selection of reviews from just some of her clients:

“Just wanted to let you know that I firmly believe that every person you meet comes into your life for a reason, some to learn from you and some to teach you. I came across you at a time in my life when I needed to learn how to look after myself and my need to do it with out chemical intervention if I could.

 

You taught me to look at things I had never really thought about,  I needed to take a deeper look into my life in order to manage my hormone imbalances and reset my life onto a more present path.

 

At first I listened and executed the easy wins, changes in diet and lifestyle were all things I knew about but you broke everything down and made them achievable. The not so easy were the deeper self learning items. Initially I couldn’t see what was in it for me. 

 

However through guidance and perseverance you managed to unlock so many things that I had no concept of. It was and still is hard work, it’s cathartic and fulfilling all the same time. The teaching and practice comes slowly and the learning comes much later, when you least expect it.

 

In more simplistic terms:

 

Before I met Jey my hormones were all over the place, mood swings, no energy, no interest in anything and general lethargy, as well as all peri menopausal symptoms I don’t need to detail. During the time we worked together I found my peri menopausal symptoms easing, and my energy levels rising. It’s is now almost three weeks since my last session and I feel much more like my old self again, but somehow better, more energetic and enthusiastic about life again!”

 

Kirti Mistry, Office and operations manager

“Before working with Jey, I was unsure what I was getting into!  I was peri menopausal, tired all the time, pretty much addicted to sugar, I was eating far too much junk food and exercise was not part of my routine.  My weight was a major trigger for me in my relationship with my mother.  I was on two blood pressure tablets and was pre-diabetic.


After working with Jey, I am much happier within myself,  I am still overweight, but I am making much better choices with the foods I  choose to eat and I have started to lose weight.  My attitude has changed towards food, if I do not make the best choice in what I eat, all is not lost, I make a better choice next time.  My moods are better, I am much more positive and exercise is part of my routine, I’ve started to miss it if I don’t go.  I go to gym and I also attend classes and have met new people I am making progress and I am building intensity in the exercises I do.  I am no longer addicted to sugar.  I can take it or leave it now, I didn’t think it was that easy!  I have started to meditate every day and I write in my gratitude book every day. I am on one blood pressure tablet and I am no longer pre-diabetic.

 

At first I listened and executed the easy wins, changes in diet and lifestyle were all things I knew about but you broke everything down and made them achievable. The not so easy were the deeper self learning items. Initially I couldn’t see what was in it for me. 

 

Food was a symptom of  how I was feeling and once I started to sort out my emotions, take time to look after myself and value myself, I then stopped letting food control me. I have learned to nourish my body rather than feed it to try and make myself feel better.  I am listening to my body and I notice the differences in how I feel, and also how much I can do. My relationship with my mother has improved as I am no longer defensive about my weight, I can talk openly about what I am doing to look after myself.

 

Jey,  thank you for providing me with the tools to help me through this journey. I now understand that it is not only about food, it’s about me.  I am able to recognize when I have not made the best choice but I don’t just give up, I am much more in touch with my emotions so recognizing them prevents me feeding them.  This has been a revelation for me.

 

Yvette Watson, Distance Learning Tutor