THRIVHERCLASS:

Supercharge Your Gut-Mind Axis 

 

LEARNING TO IMPROVE YOUR IMMUNITY, BOOST ENERGY & COOK A GUT NOURISHING BONE BROTH 

WHERE: ONLINE

WEDNESDAY 23RD JANUARY

6.40-8PM SYD / 7.40-9AM LON

FOR THE SAME PRICE GET 3 CLASSES FOR THE PRICE OF 1 BY BECOMING A MEMBER

THRIVHERS MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP

DR. LAURA LUM

PSYCHOLOGIST, NUTRITIONIST, RESEARCH SCIENTIST, GAPS™ PRACTITIONER

The Details

The body and mind have an extraordinary ability to thrive when provided with the right tools and environment. A key gateway to maintaining a healthy body and clear mind is a healthy gut.

 

Gut health plays a crucial role in determining whether you resist the common cold or take weeks to recover from the same bug. Whether your skin is smooth and glowing or whether you become prone to skin problems like acne, rosacea and eczema.

 

Gut health also plays a strong role in whether you feel clear or foggy, focused or forgetful, resilient or overwhelmed, calm or fidgety. Moreover mental state also influences gut health. For example, stress can directly damage the composition of bacteria in the gut, depleting the beneficial bacteria you need to stay well. It also shrinks your Prefrontal Cortex and Hippocampus which are needed for memory, mental ‘horsepower’ and emotion processing ability.

These two systems: the gut and the mind, constantly influence each other: this is called the gut-mind axis. 

 

We cannot avoid toxins at all times, or stress at all times, but we can certainly use what digestive health research and psychology has to offer when it comes to a thriving gut-mind axis.

 

Dr Laura Lum is a board accredited psychologist, nutritionist, research scientist and the first psychologist to be certified as a GAPS™ (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) Practitioner. She is the Director of Elanora Heights Medical Practice where she offers a Psychology Clinic and Digestive Health Clinic which combine medical, psychological and nutritional elements to achieve a long-term healthy outcome.

Supercharging your gut-mind axis means recognising the signs of gut-mind axis dysfunction, systematically reducing inflammation, diversifying the population of beneficial flora in your gut, encouraging the growth of good bacteria, increasing your psychological ‘core strength’ and using psychological tools to dissolve limiting beliefs, bad habits and plan for success. In the process, you’ll improve your immunity, boost your energy, banish bloat, glow from the inside out and live more fully!

 

Are you ready to get started?

 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

 

  • The relationship between digestive health and mental health

  • The surprising way to heal your gut

  • Why looking and feeling youthful lies within the mind-gut connection

  • How to make a highly nourishing bone broth rich in some of the most valuable hard-to get nutrients

 

 

WHAT YOU'LL BE LEAVING WITH:

 

  • Knowledge about the relationship between digestive health, cognitive function, memory, stress-management, anxiety, depression and other aspects of mind-body performance

  • How to make a nutrient-dense broth to nourish, sooth and provide all the building blocks necessary for a healthy gut lining

  • Tips on using broths to enrich your existing daily recipes

  • Proven strategies to set yourself on the right track

  • A step-by step handout on how to make these recipes at home

WELLNESS FIRST WITH: YOGA FOR DIGESTION

At Thrivhers we always prioritise our wellness so we are constantly building a strong foundation for us to achieve and maximise our potential in all our other areas of our lives. Today we are kicking off this session with 15 minutes of yoga for digestion with the multi talented and qualified Dr. Laura Lum.

WHAT YOU NEED:

Firstly you'll need to come ready with something comfortable to wear for the 15 minute yoga session.

Secondly, if you'd like to join us in making your very own gut healing bone broth, below are the ingredients you'll need ready:

 

 

CHICKEN BONE BROTH INGREDIENTS:

2L filtered water

1 chicken (rinsed — even organic chicken can contain bleach residue)

2 chicken feet/wings/necks for extra gelatin (optional)

1 chopped leek

4 celery sticks ripped into pieces

6 carrots broken into pieces

1 bunch parsley

1 heaped tbsp. mineral salt (Himalayan, Celtic, sea salt…)

1 tbsp whole peppercorns

1 bay leaf

1 tbsp gogi berries 

2 broken up pieces of star anise

 

We can't wait to see you for this super engaging, informative and nourishing online workshop.

 

WHERE: ONLINE

WEDNESDAY 16TH JANUARY

6.45PM-8PM SYD / 7.45AM-9AM LON

INVESTMENT: $19.95
 
$1 of every ticket sale goes towards
charities that support women-YES!

FOR THE SAME PRICE GET 3 CLASSES FOR THE PRICE OF 1 BY BECOMING A MEMBER

THRIVHERS MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP

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About DR. LAURA LUM

Dr Laura Lum is a Registered Psychologist, Nutritionist, Research Scientist, Yoga teacher and the first Psychologist to be certified as a GAPS™ Practitioner. GAPS (Gut & Psychology Syndrome) digestive healing programmes were originally designed for people with challenges such as autism spectrum disorders, ADD/ ADHD, schizophrenia, dyslexia, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and other neurological and psychiatric problems. 

Laura draws on her combined expertise in psychology, nutrition, the microbiome and the gut-brain axis to offer an integrative approach to help her clients. Within her psychology and digestive health clinics, Laura helps resolve depression, anxiety, OCD and Chronic Fatigue by integrating fundamental changes in thinking, techniques to improve personal relationships, behaviour therapy and stress management techniques. Many clients now use this approach for a wider range of health concerns, including IBS, autoimmune conditions and skin conditions such as eczema and acne.

Laura also co-founded Coya Healthcare practices which offer integrative GP, naturopathy, nursing, psychology, nutrition and paediatric care to Sydney’s North Shore and Northern Beaches. 

Laura will be speaking about the inter-relationship between mental health and gut health. These two systems are intricately linked and influence a number of crucial markers for health including psychological resilience, immunity to infection, mood, behaviour, mental clarity and decision-making ability.

​​​ www.drlauralum.com

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