Your Therapist


Sally Nash- Dip ION, FdSc, mBANT, CNHC

Sally qualified as a Nutritional Therapist in June 2010 with a foundation degree and diploma from the world-renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION).

Sally is a registered member of The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy who promote; high standards of education in Nutritional Therapy and also act as a professional body overseeing the training and Continuing Professional Development of its practitioners. Sally is also registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.

Since graduating Sally has embarked upon further studies with the National Centre for Eating Disorders. Sally believes passionately that with the ever-increasing worldwide obesity epidemic, it is important to further understand our psychological dependences and associations with food.

Sally is also a qualified fitness instructor and mindfulness coach.

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A little more about me

My interest in food with relation to my health began at 18. When after a serious of minor, but continual ailments plagued my teenage years, I visited an iridologist whom suggested some dietary changes to improve my immune system.

Although as a teenager these changes seemed pretty extreme and only sustainable for a month, they did in fact have a profound effect on my relationship with food, my health and also my life in general. I have never looked back and although I do not restrict my food intake in any way, a balanced, nutritious diet has become a way of life for me – allowing me to be aware of the food I eat and its effects on my individual mind and body, without being judgemental of the odd indulgence. It is this relationship with food that I aim to share with my clients. Making lifestyle and dietary changes that will offer them understanding of their bodies individual needs and requirements, that will help support optimum health for both mind and body.

For the past 20 years my vocational experience has been based mainly in the entertainment industry, where I have been both a successful recording artist and actress. Over this period of time, I have often been subject to pressure over the importance of physical image. Fortunately though, throughout all this I have still managed to maintain a healthy relationship with regards to food. However, over the years I have made many friends who have suffered or continue to suffer with various eating disorders. It is through some of these close relationships I began to understand the complexity of our emotional relationship with food, and further increased my interest in health and nutrition.

When not studying, cooking or eating food, my spare time is mostly spent with my young daughters and husband, although I do still get time to enjoy yoga, teaching Zumba and Fit4Tap, walking, playing the guitar, singing, travelling and watching movies.