ABOUT ME

iN Wellness Coaching

Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach

My name is Niamh Walsh. I’m a Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach and I work with women who struggle with IBS, hormonal imbalances and low energy.  

I love helping women to prioritise their health and wellbeing. My focus is on empowering you to make nutrition and lifestyle changes that transform your health and arming you with the tools to sustain them in the long term.

It breaks my heart to see women being held back in life (as I was for many years) by often crippling symptoms of IBS, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and fatigue.

Do you struggle with;

  • abdominal bloating & cramps?
  • constipation &/or diarrhoea?
  • food fear?
  • low energy?
  • irritability?
  • mood swings?

I’ve been there and I know how frustrating it is to not be able to find the answers to why you are feeling the way you do or to have the support you need.

If you are ready to;

  1. Kick your IBS into touch
  2. Live a life free of food restrictions and fear
  3. Banish your PMS symptoms
  4. Increase your energy levels

Then work with me and I will show you that you don’t need to live with these symptoms, that you can feel better and not feel deprived.

 

 

Niamh Walsh iNWellness Coaching

My Health Story

My journey with IBS began when I made the transition from secondary school to university. This can be an anxious and stressful time in a person’s life but in my mind it had nothing to do with my gut problems. When I embarked on my career as a pharmacist working in a fast paced demanding environment with long hours and little or no formal breaks this served only to worsen my symptoms.

Down through the years I tried everything from medication to elimination diets – cutting out gluten wheat and dairy and the low FODMAP diet. But none of these offered me long term solutions. It was then that I began to explore lifestyle measures like yoga and relaxation techniques to manage my IBS. I quickly learned that it was not, as I thought, all about the food.

For years I also suffered really badly with horrible PMS – feeling irritable and emotional and being so bloated I could barely button my trousers! And my IBS would be so much worse around my period. I knew I had to do something about it and so I began studying how the food I was eating and aspects of my lifestyle were affecting my hormones, energy and gut health.

Last year I also experienced my own personal health scare, and proper nutrition and self-care formed an integral part of my recovery. The healthy habits I developed over this period have become my non-negotiables. It taught me to never underestimate the healing power of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

And this is the message I want to share with you!

WANT TO WORK WITH ME? GET IN TOUCH TODAY!