Lazy bottom

Do you suffer from lower back pain? You just might have a lazy butt! Most people are unaware of how important their buttocks (actually their gluteal muscles or glutes) are to their overall core stability and overall muscular skeletal health....

Holiday skin

Henrietta Norton’s six steps to sensational post-holiday skin Nourishing our skin is always important, never more so than when we return from a sunny holiday, to prevent dry skin and premature ageing and to prolong your sun-kissed glow. Here are...

Banish the Winter Blues

Christmas stress can be kept at bay with a little self care, Sarah Maxwell explains At this busy time of year exercise and wellbeing will usually be last on your list of priorities, however… ! Christmas can be a stressful...

Have a Healthy Christmas

Henrietta Norton explains how, despite the extra indulgence, it’s still possible to have a nourishing and nutritious festive season Mid-winter celebrations give us the opportunity to commune and foster cheer, bringing light to the darkest month of the year.  “Research has...

Getting ready for the little black dress

It’s just as important to feel as good as you look this party season, as Sarah Maxwell explains with her tips for tracking down the ultimate LBD and the exercises you can do to own your look As we start...

10 minute fitness

Being healthy isn’t just focusing on exercise or diet, it’s about lifestyle and mindset, too, as Sarah Maxwell explains. Prior to a summer break, many of us think about sprucing up in readiness for the beach, family fun, great food...

Boost Your Immunity

Henrietta Norton explains how changing attitudes to fermentation are having a beneficial effect on gut bacteria. Fermenting is firmly back in fashion these days.  Not during my 15 years as a Nutritional Therapist has the advice of fermenting a cabbage...

Spotting the signs

Speaking from her own personal experience, Sarah Maxwell looks into the stigma and concerns surrounding the menopause and perimenopause. Perimenopause generally occurs in a woman’s 40s but can happen in her 30s or even earlier. With this in mind we...

Wild at Heart

Henrietta Norton from Wild Nutrition explains how she’ll be harnessing summer goodness to keep her body and mind healthy throughout July. The Summer Solstice on 21st June this year marked the transition into a new season and the start of...

Heal Headaches

Henrietta Norton explains how a holistic approach to your health and wellbeing can help to ease problem headaches. A headache is one way your body can tell you that something is out of balance – whether this is a psychological...

Water for Health, Fitness, Mind & Body

Sarah Maxwell breaks down the sometimes daunting prospect of exercise into easily manageable activities that can be slotted into a busy lifestyle  This summer I will be heading to the beach to reap the many benefits of the seaside. Fresh...

A Year of Wellness – Finding your balance

Hormones control everything from how much sleep we get to how happy we feel – Eminé Rushton explores how we can balance them to create healthy equilibrium. Without diving too deep into the biochemistry behind our body’s mechanisms, it’s safe to...

A Year of Wellness – The home front

From plastic oceans to record air pollution, the headlines would have us believe that we’re on course to leave this planet in a bit of a mess. Eminé Rushton believes that there’s still hope – and that our homes are the best...

Natural wisdom with Lea Tierney

Lea Tierney is co-founder and chief maker at Rosemary & Robert Chocolate, producing artisanal products from highest grade cacao, wrapped without plastic and sold only in small independent outlets and online.

A Year of Wellness – The laws of energy

It’s not as simple as ‘sleep more’ – when it comes to energy, there’s a lot going on beneath the surface. Eminé Rushton looks into the sapping effect of stress and how we can help ourselves restore the spring into our...

A Year of Wellness – The Truth About Stress

Eminé Rushton gets real about the serious health dangers of sustained stress – and suggests how to bring essential balance back into our busy lives.

Natural wisdom with Sophie Parker

Sophie Parker is the founder of Betony and Sage, creating organic scented candles, incense, room mists and smudge sticks to keep your spaces (rooms and head…) naturally clear and fresh. Sophie is a keen environmental conservationist, passionate about the natural...

How to age naturally

What does it mean to embrace the passage of time – gently, holistically and positively? asks Eminé Rushton. Ageing – as natural as breathing. So, why do we strive so very hard to stymie the passage of time? The Western take on...

Restore Your Feminine Wellness

:: SPONSORED CONTENT :: As a result of childbirth, and the natural aging process, experiencing looseness, dryness, and other symptoms in your vaginal area is common. The side effects of which can be diminished physical sensation during intercourse and urinary incontinence. Stress incontinence (releasing...

Pillow Talk

We are all born knowing how to do it, but can get worse at it as we age – Eminé Rushton takes a look at the all-important function of sleep and how to improve it We’ve all been there, desperate...

A Year of Wellness – Combatting colds

Don’t let continual coughs, colds, splutters and sniffles derail your child’s health (and the family’s equilibrium) this winter – it’s time to introduce some naturally bolstering remedies We rarely feel prepared for it – one moment we are caught in late...

Natural wisdom with Jennifer Cockcroft

Blogger, crafter and maker, Jennifer Cockcroft, focuses on creating Everyday Creative Moments – bringing brightness into every day (and especially in autumn) What one piece of seasonal wisdom helps you in autumn? Autumn feels very much a turning point in the...

Natural wisdom with Ali Roff

Ali Roff is co-founder of The Remedy Retreats with her husband James Farrar. Combining Eastern yoga and mindfulness with her degree in psychology, she aims to create a safe retreat space to rest, de-stress and improve physical and mental wellness....

A Year of Wellness – Back to nature

The human skeleton evolved to spend days wandering over the land looking for food, not peering down at a smart phone – or even sitting in a chair. Eminé Rushton advises how to safeguard your spine from modern life. Our...

Wellbeing Wisdom from Pip Lawrence

Pip Lawrence, the founder of Maidstone-based personal training company, Day One Wellness, shares her feel good favourites What one piece of wellbeing wisdom helps you most? I love active commuting – whether you park your car a little further away,...

Natural wisdom with Ella Carey

Ella Carey is a qualified Natural Nutritionist, a certified GAPS Practitioner and qualified Kinesiologist, who runs Full Spectrum Health. What one piece of seasonal wisdom helps you in August? This time of year is a favourite for foraging, so many delights can be found...

Skin Care

There is a lot more to our complexions than meets the eye. Our wellbeing editor, Eminé Rushton, tackles holistic skin health, from the inside-out Skin has always fascinated me. I think that’s why I circuitously made my way from beauty...

Taking a moment

Wellbeing and beauty editor Eminé Rushton, tells us about her own beauty routine Do you have a beauty regime? I do a little skin ritual when I wake up and before I go to bed. My routine is all-natural; I...

Natural Protection

These days it can feel as though you need a PhD in biochemistry to navigate the suncream shelves. Wellbeing editor, Eminé Rushton, breaks down what the labels mean, and how to keep skin safe, naturally. My skin has always been...

Natural Wisdom with Lucy Parker

We chat to Lucy Parker, co-founder of Flow Tunbridge Wells – a holistic wellbeing haven that offers yoga, osteopathy, sports massage, therapies, workshops, courses and retreats. What one piece of seasonal wisdom helps you in summer? Taking a walk in the...

Come on, you beauty!

Don’t miss out on the mini treatments and other beauty bounty at the Fenwick Beauty Hub at Wealden Times Midsummer Fair

Gut Instinct

Wondering exactly what your microbiome is – and why you should be worrying about it? Eminé Rushton explores the crucial link between a happy gut and a healthy body and mind

Natural Wisdom with Lauren Barber

Lauren Barber is a yoga and meditation teacher and writer who lives in Hildenborough with her husband and dog Pickle. When she isn’t teaching a class at Kingdom in Penshurst, she loves walking in the local countryside, meditating in her...

A Gentle Cleanse

The last thing our bodies need when it’s still cool and damp is a brutal detox with raw food that is hard to digest, much better work in harmony with your body and the season says Eminé Rushton

The Big Mind & Body Spring Clean

Our bodies are pre-programmed to spring clean themselves if we let them, as Julie Simpson explains...

Scrub away winter

They say a summer body is made in winter, so if you’re currently hiding that winter skin behind the 80-denier now is the time to start prepping. With this in mind, we’ve been incorporating LouLouBelle London’s Mango & Lime Himalayan...