Trust Your Gut

Most people who work with me know exactly what their bodies need but they just don’t have the energy to do it. A strong intuition won’t be easy to ignore though and those healthy choices will be much easier to follow when there isn’t any inner conflict.

This course is for you if you;
Have low energy, IBS, a poor immune System, need an energy boost, question yourself, just know there has to be something more to life, want to eat healthier, have more fun

Trust Your Gut will cover Digestion, Assimilation and Elimination throughout the workshop. We do all of these things not just from our food but the people we meet and the environments we find ourselves in. We are constantly processing (Taking in) information and the course is designed to strengthen our Systems to filter the stuff we don’t need.

Kundalini Yoga is very much about coming into alignment with what your body needs. Only you can get those answers. This style of yoga is focused on deepening our understanding of ourselves and learning to trust our intuition

  • Hi I’m Linda I help people who are trying to make healthy choices for themselves to slow down and hear what their body is trying to tell them. I was diagnose with Crohn’s disease in 2008. I was sleeping up to 20 hours per day and my 1st class of Kundalini Yoga gave me enough energy to take my brothers dogs for a walk on the beach without needing a nap. I’d forgotten what it felt like to have energy. 

Science is continuing to release new studies about how coffee is both good and bad for us in equal measure. Thats not wrong. They keep getting different answers because they have so many factors to consider. Down to where the sun was in the sky when the bean was picked can have an impact on results and I doubt any study would be that specific. In trust your gut we will focus on developing our intuition in relation to food specific to our bodies. The set is designed to strengthen our nervous system. Then we’ll practice deepening our sensitivity in relation to certain foods and try to identify through our own perception what serves us best.