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How to have a holistic new year

PUBLISHED: 09:55 24 January 2017 | UPDATED: 09:55 24 January 2017

Helen Patey

Helen Patey

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Janey Lee Grace shares her ways to have a holistic new year

With the new year, it’s fresh start time, and I strongly urge you to forget about resolutions and just focus on what you want for the coming year. Rather than deciding to join a gym, give up smoking or to eat less chocolate, it’s far better to focus on ditching chemicals in your life, eating well and increasing your energy and emotional wellbeing, and setting your goals and dreams. Here are my tips for a few things I’ve found to get you on the right path in 2017.

We all know about the benefits of eating seasonally, but you can make your skincare seasonal too –check out the handmade products with essential oils, organic extracts and flower essences from Rhythm of Beauty.

If you have aches and pains (especially if you have been overdoing the gym), try a natural solution. Natures Naturals (naturesnaturals.co.uk) has the PainSolv, a nerve and muscle stimulating gadget.

Sometimes we need help getting sorted emotionally (who doesn’t?). Helen Patey is a Berkshire-based therapist who has a clinic in London. She has a ‘new year new you’ therapy package that includes Theta healing sessions, essential oils, and savings on further sessions. See holisticemotionalhealer.com for full details.

I hope you are determined to make this the year you manifest your dreams. Yvette Taylor has created the Energy Alignment Method. Maybe with her help you really can ‘cosmically order’ whatever you wish for 2017. Go to yvette-taylor.com

Happy holistic new year!

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