CHAOS TO CALM – An afternoon of YOU time!

From Chaos to Calm, join us for a fabulous afternoon event designed just for YOU!  

Ever feel like you’re in a perpetual state of chaos in your life, like calm is a dim and distant memory, never to be restored?

Do you feel as though you’re a slave to your to do list?

Do you know you need to take better care of yourself but just don’t know how to break the bad habits you’ve fallen into or how to find time to take care of yourself?

Are you losing hope of ever feeling energetic and excited about life again?

If so, this event could be just the ticket!

Join us for an afternoon dedicated entirely to helping you go from chaos to calm, from surviving to thriving.

In this four hour session you will have the undivided attention of a life coach and personal trainer, a nutrition and weight loss specialist whose focus is on emotional eating addiction and recovery and a reflexologist. Between us we’ve got all bases covered!

Through a combination of talks, exercises and group discussion you’ll discover:

  • How to reduce the stress in your life
  • How to combat overwhelm
  • How to set boundaries to protect your energy and your sanity
  • How to put yourself back in the driver’s seat of your life
  • How essential oils can support your mental and physical wellbeing
  • How to make the best nutritional choices, not just on your good days, but on your bad days too.
  • Learning to understand why we make the food choices we do, when we really don’t want the results these choices give up!
  • How to reclaim your innate power


Why not show yourself some love this Valentine’s and join us? After all, your relationship with yourself is the most important relationship you will ever have.

Further Details:

Chaos to Calm is an afternoon devoted to reawakening women to their innate power through teaching them how to use essential oils to support their health and wellbeing, how to re-evaluate the way they are living and start making changes to reduce their levels of stress and overwhelm, and how to nourish themselves in a way that supports their wellbeing.

The afternoon will begin with a grounding meditation, using therapeutic grade essential oils to help you disconnect from the busyness of your life and be present in the space.

Using her extensive knowledge of and passion for essential oils, Adele will then demonstrate how they can assist in supporting you to manage the white noise you experience in relation to your never ending to do list. She will cover how essential oils can support your emotional well being, help to create relaxation, improve the quality of your sleep and help to support your body’s systems, with a focus on hormones.

In Corinne’s session you’ll be given the permission and space you need to start questioning the way you are living and how it is or isn’t serving you. During this session you’ll be introduced to ways in which you can reduce stress and overwhelm in your life, be provided with practical tools that you can implement right away and be woken up to your innate power so that you can take back control of your life.

As a recovering addict, who has only recently found her personal way from ‘chaos to calm’ Sonia knows the absolute importance of good nutrition to both nourish our bodies and regain the balance we all need for us to live the lives we deserve. Using her own simple YOUtrition routines and strategies, Sonia will gently guide you to a stress free way of eating that won’t add an extra burden to either your already busy lives or your overstretched pockets, as well as addressing some of the reasons why we continue to make the food choices we do, even when they are the very choices that keep us in an unhappy space.

Treat yourself this Valentines and join us on 17th February, 1.30 – 5.3o in Beaconsfield. 

Link to book tickets below



This Is Me, my next book. How you can be the real you, sober, happy and free

I am working on my second book, **This Is Me** It is a follow up, a natural progression, from my first book, This Isn’t Me, which I finished and published three months ago  That book was my honest account of my 27 years of addiction to both drugs and alcohol, my sudden easy, recovery when I thought all was lost and my relationship with my son both during that time and now. I wrote it to help my son heal, as an apology and because I just had to.

It has become such an unexpected success.  It is as though by writing my story, by exposing my life, I had given ‘permission’ to others to break their self-imposed silence on a subject that is causing them huge pain. By admitting the devastation of my own battles, I opened up a dialogue on the despair, confusion, hopelessness and pain that all alcoholics feel.  Often to those who are free from addiction, the drinker seems unaware or uncaring of the hurt they are causing.  Believe me we rarely are.  Most of us absolutely know but feel completely and hopelessy trapped in our addiction.

I wish I could bottle what I now know and hand it out as a gift to anyone who is suffering – although most of us don’t want any more ‘bottles’ in our lives.  But I can’t. There are not magic potions to end addiction, only the addict can do that.  However, what I can do, in response to all those who write and ask “Well done you, but what next? How can I get sober? and How do you go forward?”, is write another book, in which I share what I absolutely know to be the truth about my addictions and recovery.

In *This Is Me* I have written, in the simplest possible terms how I came to be me, not a ‘new’ me, but the real me, and how I stay me. I will give you a snap shot of where I am now, and how life is for me on the other side of booze, as well as the strategies and routines, including self-care and nutritionally that enable me to enjoy the quality of life that we all deserve.  I am not a psychologist, there is no science in this book, I write as an addict. An addict set free, an addict now sober.

Please believe me when I say that life doesn’t have to be that way.  I live a life with my son I could only ever have dreamed of for so many painful years, and I live it every, single, sober day. xxx