Natural medicine is about reconnecting with nature at a deeper level, along with developing a better understanding of our own innate nature. Nutrition, herbal medicines, flower remedies, lifestyle approaches and nature therapies all form part of my practice. I support individuals and groups who would like to deepen their connection with nature, return to a state of more harmonious flow and experience better health and wellbeing.
There are three main strands to my work:
One to one consultations
These provide you with bespoke support, which includes individualised lifestyle and nutritional recommendations, and herbal medicine that has been specifically formulated and dispensed just for you. It is a mind, body, spirit approach, working with you as a whole, and supporting you to get back on track. This journey usually also involves working from the inside-out; developing a greater awareness of our thinking, of how our thoughts shape our reality and a deepening understanding of the interplay between thought, mind and consciousness.
Workshops, walks and talks are a wonderful way to increase your knowledge, get outdoors / meet the plants and meet like-minded folk who are interested in a better, more sustainable, natural way of life that enables us all to thrive. Events have a seasonal focus – whether it be looking at wild foods and medicines that are available at a certain times of the year, or exploring a season of our lives.
Blissful botanical brews, are the perfect way to get more herbal goodness in your life! Bee’s Teas started 7 years ago and was developed after receiving a number of compliments about just how tasty my bespoke loose-leaf blends were. There is a blend for every mood and moment, and it is a great way to spread some herbal love and increase your nutritional diversity. Bee’s Teas uses top-notch quality dried herbs, that are good for you, other communities and the environment too.
May you enjoy exploring my website and connecting in.
Bergitte McGovern BSc (hons), MNIMH
Medical herbalist, botanist and 3 principles guide