Rosie Tait talks to Yoga Health Coach Annette Shellenbarger about the Detox experience and how what’s expected in terms of results shifts over time.
Rosie and Annette first bonded over midlife reinvention. Rosie left her career in law and moved to Bali. Annette left her nursing career and moved with her husband to California just a couple of years ago.
As it turned out both had studied both yoga and the process of detoxification for a number of years prior to ending up in the Yoga Health Coaching tribe and for both their ideas about the process of detoxification have shifted and evolved.They discuss the absolute necessity to tailor make a detox to address individual needs and goals.
Rosie talks about her time at the Hippocrates Health Institute and her training as a raw food chef. Annette talks about her experimentation with raw food and how her ideas about detoxification have shifted as she completely immersed herself in the study of Ayurveda.
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- How to work out what you really need from a Detox
- What makes a really good detox
- How to tackle Vata imbalance on a detox
- How to create really great detox recipes
Links Mentioned in the Episode:
- 2:10 — Midlife reinvention
- 4:30 — Anti-inflammatory diet elements
- 7:34 — Styles of detox
- 13:30 — Suggestions for Vata imbalance and smoothies
- 17:00 — What’s in great detox
- 19:00 — How to create recipes
- It’s almost as if it’s scarier not to do it.” – Annette Shellenbarger
- “Disease…begins in our mind.” – Annette Shellenbarger
- “With time as I head into my menopausal years my digestion has changed.” – Annette Shellenbarger
- “There is no 100% right way.” – Rosie Tait
- “For me now it’s about how I am eating.” – Annette Shellenbarger
- “Then there is the peace and you are not caught up in the madness of this world.” – Rosie Tait
Annette Shellenbarger is a Registered Nurse, Ayurvedic Health Counselor, Registered Yoga Teacher, and Certified Yoga Health Coach. As a Registered Nurse, she worked in a kidney transplant unit, pulmonary care unit, oncology, trauma and surgery units, and Public Health.
She is also certified in nutrition through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and is currently a student at California College of Ayurveda. Her life’s desire is to help people change the way they live in order to change the way they feel and age, and is especially passionate about helping people prevent and reverse chronic disease. Annette’s Facebook & Website.