‘CNM’s holistic ethos and hands-on approach appealed to me’

Pictured at the recent Kumon awards ceremony were Mayor of Galway Mike Cubbard and Kazuhiro Abe, general manager, Kumon UK and Ireland, with mid levels English students: Shiloh Mihes, bronze medal; Jane Amusan, bronze medal; Arthur Lappin, bronze medal; Tiarnan O'Flaherty, bronze medal; and Yumna Yousif, gold medal. Photo: Murtography.

Pictured at the recent Kumon awards ceremony were Mayor of Galway Mike Cubbard and Kazuhiro Abe, general manager, Kumon UK and Ireland, with mid levels English students: Shiloh Mihes, bronze medal; Jane Amusan, bronze medal; Arthur Lappin, bronze medal; Tiarnan O'Flaherty, bronze medal; and Yumna Yousif, gold medal. Photo: Murtography.

After a career in banking I decided to follow my passion helping people support their bodies and avoid potential health problems.

Digestive issues, allergies, and too many medications led me to look for alternative solutions. Digging deeper, I developed an extreme interest and passion in nutrition and realised it was going to be part of my life forever. I felt I had finally found the meaning to my life and decided to turn it into a way to help others.

Before signing up to the course, I talked to a few people at CNM and found that the holistic ethos and the hands-on approach appealed to me. I understood that the course was going to give me much more than just knowledge in biology; it took into consideration the whole person.

Signing up to the course was a big commitment; I thought it through really carefully. Looking back, I can say that every day that I had a class I always got up early very gladly and never felt I didn’t want to go. Classes were so interesting, everything seemed to stick to my mind. The lectures were well laid out and the lecturers experienced. The teaching was backed with scientific research.

I found CNM’s approach professional, high standard, and captivating. It has drastically changed my lifestyle habits and gave me a lot of confidence and the tools to start practising as soon as I graduated. I hold private consultations both in clinic and online, specialising in gastric and digestive issues, women’s health, stress, and anxiety.

Apart from the professionalism and the high standard lectures, CNM is a fantastic place to meet people and make friends. An invaluable sense of collaboration and support comes out of each class. I have teamed up with a friend I met at CNM for the creation of a nutritional programme for corporates.

We are all works in progress and will probably always be, but I now feel in charge of my life and at any point can make changes to improve it.

Become a nutritional therapist. Study in class or online. CNM has a 20-year track record training successful health practitioners. To attend the next free CNM open event in Galway call 01 878 8060 or book online at naturopathy.ie

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