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Naturopath, Nutritional Therapist & Iridologist

Rosie is a qualified and Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, 

Naturopath & Iridologist.

She trained for 3 years at The College of Naturopathic Medicine, London and 

has since continued to develop her skills via Continuing Professional Development

programs, conferences and workshops.

She provides 1:1 consults over Zoom throughout the UK.

She holds full public liability insurance and is a member of

the The British Association of Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine (BANT)

and the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP).

Rosie works in the nutritional technical team for Bionutri,

a practitioner-only supplement company, where she helps educate

other integrative health practitioners. 

Rosie's specialisms: 

Gut Health

Skin Issues 

Hormonal Health inc: PMS & PCOS

Chronic Fatigue

Low Mood and Anxiety 


"I have worked with many women to help guide them on their personal health journeys.  Guiding them through new eating plans, advising individually on diet, nutritional supplements, Bach and Australian Bush flower remedies, herbal remedies and other practical naturopathic techniques". 



I have had a life-long interest in natural healing. Even as a young child, I always wanted to know WHY certain symptoms would occur within the body and how we could affect them.

In my late teens & early adulthood, I suffered from an irregular menstrual cycle and acne. After years of suffering and countless trips to the doctor, I finally found out in 2013 that I had Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). With this comes fertility problems. Having had an instinctual strong desire for a family all of my life, I was devastated. I was thinking the worst about my future fertility. However, at the time I was studying Nutrition & Naturopathy and from that moment I decided to learn everything there was to know about harmonising women's wellbeing. 

A couple of years later, in 2015, I was delighted and surprised that I fell pregnant with my first daughter, after 3 months. I believe my tailored naturopathic plan had a large part to play. After giving birth, I sadly suffered a severe perineal tear. It was debilitating for a long while after birth. I didn't leave my house for at least 5 weeks and didn't return to exercise for 12 months +. This is what led to me to create Birth Tear Support. 

It took a long time to feel like me again (with the help of physiotherapy and nourishing nutrition). 

To gain great health again is possible. I can happily say, that after a couple of years we decided to have our second child. I gave birth to our 2nd daughter in 2018. 


I think as women we undergo many challenges from skin & weight issues, to hormonal & conception issues. Once kids arrive, energy & gut health can become severely compromised.

I am very passionate about women's health, and especially the perinatal period. I truly love working with women during this time. 


To understand more about the naturopathic or holistic approach to healthcare, watch this "TedTalk by Dr Chatterjee"

Rosie is the founder of Birth Tear Support

Rosie worked for many years as a Senior Sales Advisor

at Discount Health Store, a leading health shop in Bournemouth, Dorset.

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