Full Circle Wellness, the holistic approach to Kinesiology, Nutrition & Fitness
Full Circle Wellness follows the Kinesiology principle! For optimal health, there needs to be an equal balance of our three wellness elements: structural, chemical & mental
Based in the Southern Suburbs, Cape Town, South Africa, Full Circle Wellness offers a holistic therapy approach
We offer fitness training, Kinesiology assessments & nutritional adviceMore about the Full Circle approach to Wellness
Full Circle Wellness offers group fitness classes, with each session focusing on a combination of strength training & cardio-vascular improvement. Special emphasis is placed on functional training principles, incorporating the methods of Pilates, isolation training & balance work.Join our group classes
Nutrition is more than just eating healthy foods– nutrition is not what we eat, but what our cells and tissues actually receive. Full Circle Wellness offers consultations that provide nutritional guidelines to support optimal health & healing.How important is nutrition?
Specialised Kinesiology is a holistic therapy that uses muscle testing to work with what may be causing ‘imbalances’ in the body. When we are under stress, either mentally, emotionally or physically, our body talks to us through symptoms or "dis-ease".How can Kinesiology help you?
When we are under stress, either mentally, emotionally or physically, our body talks to us through symptoms or "dis-ease".…
In the middle of lockdown, Sue Filmer from Sue Filmer Dietician gave my Full Circle Wellness clients an inter-active Nutritional Zoom Workshop! The main take aways (geddit?) were that the more natural, more simple and less processed food we eat, the greater the effect on, not only our weight, but our hormones, mental health, gut bacteria and MORE!! …
This one is a Full Circle Wellness staple in our house - quick and easy to make, low carb and nutritious! Adapted from a Jessica Sepel recipe!
One of my favourite plant-based recipes! yum! The butternut adds the carbohydrates so no need to add rice either, making it a lower-carb option (I say "lower" carb and not "no carb" because there are natural sugars in the butternut and starch in the chickpeas!)