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WELCOME TO WELLNESS UNWRAPPED
Coaching you to a happier, healthier life

KAREN'S STORY

OUR APPROACH

Nina W.U

NINA'S STORY

WELCOME!

Oh my goodness! What a journey health and wellness can be! A serious health crisis faced by both Karen and Nina led them to understand SO much more about the importance of how we take part in our own lives.

Health Coaches For Everyone – If you want to feel great, and live a happier, healthier life, you have come to the right place

Our Approach:

 

  • FOOD: the foods we choose to eat make a huge contribution to the state of our health, our moods, the way we think and our energy levels.
  • THOUGHTS and BELIEFS: many of the choices we make in life are based upon the thoughts and beliefs we have. The responses we have to life’s experiences; the food choices we make and the reactions we have towards the people in our lives are examples of the influence of our thoughts and beliefs.
  • HABITS: the habits we form, both good and bad, can affect the physical health of our bodies, the relationships we have and how we feel about ourselves. Habits can have tremendous impact on our lives.
  • Exercise though, in moderation, can play a powerful role in the recovery and maintenance of the body.

What Clients Say

STORIES OF SUCCESS OF OUR CLIENTS

I have appreciated everything you have done for me which I will be eternally grateful

Peter S

Karen is a great example of the perfect person to help guide you through a tough journey. has great compassion and empathy for her clients.

Susan D

I find Karen passionate about her field with a genuine desire to help people improve their lives.

Morgan H

Thank you Wellness Unwrapped for a gorgeous evening at the screening of HEAL...it takes a lot of hard work, passion and drive to bring such a special event and message to the local community..well done! It was a beautiful evening with lots of love and positive energy 

Jessie A

I attended the Meditation Workshop 20 July. Learned alot about how meditation can help to heal and calm. Very interesting, informative and excellent presentation, thanks Karen. You are truly inspiring. Keep up the great work you do...

Doreen C

Really enjoyed the 'Fake Food for thought' seminar yesterday. Very informative and well presented! Thanks for the yummy snacks too Nina.

Amber B

How It Works?

START YOUR JOURNEY TODAY

Follow The Regime

Increase your energy levels

Work For Result

Develop a greater understanding of what your body needs and how and why your body responds in the way it does

Eat Healthy

Learn about new foods that will benefit you, and how to incorporate them
 
 

Enjoy Your Life

Discover the confidence to enjoy being you
 
 

HEALTH COACHING

Even when you know that making changes would make all the difference to how you feel, how you cope day to day or the potential outcome of a chronic health condition, it isn’t always easy to maintain motivation and stick to those changes…sometimes, even the thought of identifying those changes can be confronting – that’s where a Health Coach can have an impact.

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5 days ago

Wellness Unwrapped

When we can appreciate what we have right now, in this moment, so much becomes possible. See MoreSee Less

When we can appreciate what we have right now, in this moment, so much becomes possible.

3 weeks ago

Wellness Unwrapped

Assisted dying is a controversial topic. But one that needs to be discussed. The following comments are those of Karen’s.

Palliative care does a great job – but it’s true to say the drugs they use can’t always manage the pain patients struggle with…often relentless, intense, bone deep pain all day, every day.

Sometimes for weeks, sometimes for months.

And then there’s the body that shuts down, trapping the ‘I’ of who that person is, in a body unable to move, sometimes unable to eat or breath without assistance, with organs shutting down, not able to express the joy of who ‘I’ is.

Can you imagine the physical pain & heart ache someone might feel?

Assisted dying is about allowing someone the choice to let go of their life a few weeks or months before it is going to end anyway…through illness. For their families it’s about being able to express their love through their understanding. It’s about stepping aside and allowing the life of their loved one to end with dignity – meeting the needs of their loved one…not their own…it’s NEVER easy to let go.

It isn’t easy to say a permanent goodbye to anyone you love. To say goodbye having witnessed the physical & emotional pain some
endure right up until the end of their life is heart wrenching. Assisted dying is about bringing relief, allowing dignity to take centre stage and about supporting the needs of the patient – to die on their terms – not the terms of their illness or a hospital care plan.

I’ve read the following letter…there is a lot of misleading information here. And comparisons made that are not comparable. There is terminology used that is incorrect & I wonder if the author of this letter has ever spent time with people who would find assisted dying a relief from the illness they live with…or spent time with the families of those who have had to watch their loved one living through the end of their illness in pain? I wonder if the author has spoken to the nurses & doctors who have been unable to relieve the suffering of their patients?

Assisted Dying is about compassion & understanding. It’s not about convenience or economics. It’s about being human & loving that human person in their struggle.“VOLUNTARY ASSISTED SUICIDE”

This is how Bunbury Catholic Bishop Gerard Holohan has described voluntary assisted dying.

Here is the letter he sent to his Parishioners.👇

It’s upset some members of the Catholic community.

This is what one person told the ABC:

“I’m a Catholic who’s very unhappy with his limiting view point & lack of will to even understand the ramifications for those living with pain & no dignity at the end of their life."

Do you support voluntary assisted dying?
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Assisted dying is a controversial topic. But one that needs to be discussed. The following comments are those of Karen’s. 

Palliative care does a great job - but it’s true to say the drugs they use can’t always manage the pain patients struggle with...often relentless, intense, bone deep pain all day, every day. 

Sometimes for weeks, sometimes for months. 

And then there’s the body that shuts down, trapping the ‘I’ of who that person is, in a body unable to move, sometimes unable to eat or breath without assistance, with organs shutting down, not able to express the joy of who ‘I’ is. 

Can you imagine the physical pain & heart ache someone might feel?

Assisted dying is about allowing someone the choice to let go of their life a few weeks or months before it is going to end anyway...through illness. For their families it’s about being able to express their love through their understanding. It’s about stepping aside and allowing the life of their loved one to end with dignity - meeting the needs of their loved one...not their own...it’s NEVER easy to let go.

It isn’t easy to say a permanent goodbye to anyone you love. To say goodbye having witnessed the physical & emotional pain some
endure right up until the end of their life is heart wrenching. Assisted dying is about bringing relief, allowing dignity to take centre stage and about supporting the needs of the patient - to die on their terms - not the terms of their illness or a hospital care plan. 

I’ve read the following letter...there is a lot of misleading information here. And comparisons made that are not comparable. There is terminology used that is incorrect & I wonder if the author of this letter has ever spent time with people who would find assisted dying a relief from the illness they live with...or spent time with the families of those who have had to watch their loved one living through the end of their illness in pain? I wonder if the author has  spoken to the nurses & doctors who have been unable to relieve the suffering of their patients? 

Assisted Dying is about compassion & understanding. It’s not about convenience or economics. It’s about being human & loving that human person in their struggle.Image attachment

 

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What beautiful words Karen. Nothing needs to be added to that. 💪💜💙🙏

4 weeks ago

Wellness Unwrapped

Angelina Jolie would tell you to commit to your life like crazy.

Let your amazingness shine & illuminate this moment, this day & your life.
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Angelina Jolie would tell you to commit to your life like crazy. 

Let your amazingness shine & illuminate this moment, this day & your life.