Kirsten Chick DNN, FNTP
Kirsten Chick (D.N.N.) is a warm and inspiring nutritional therapist
with 8 years experience. Alongside her practice, she lectures
at the College of Natural Nutrition, where she originally trained
with Barbara Wren, and at Sussex Downs College. She also teaches
nutrition courses at Evolution Arts in Brighton and at the Brighton
Women's Centre, as well as running numerous workshops and retreats.
Kirsten brings a strong message about our body’s responsiveness
to natural rhythms and cycles right down to cellular level, and
how we can take back control and responsibility for our own health
She shares the tools, knowledge and inspiration
to energise and support the body’s own healing methods,
so that we can restore a state of balance and clarity. She teaches
how to be truly nourished and hydrated, so that we can achieve
It is not enough to ensure we are feeding
ourselves the right nutrients or drinking a good amount of water
– are those nutrients able to be absorbed, transported and
utilised? Is there enough space and energy for the blood, lymph
and other fluids to spiral through us, delivering food and information,
dealing with waste? Are we truly hydrating ourselves when we drink
water, or is it failing to go where it needs to?
Kirsten's passion for nutrition began when she became chronically
ill over a decade ago. This was the beginning of a journey that
would lead her to re-evaluate her approach to life, healing and
In 2001, she studied with Barbara Wren
at the College of Natural Nutrition, became a shadow tutor when
she graduated, and then started lecturing and running a helpline.
In 2003, Kirsten set up her own nutrition practice.
In 2008, Kirsten started teaching the Nutrition module at Brighton
University's Complementary Healthcare Foundation Degree course,
and has more recently also taught the Anatomy & Physiology
In 2010, Kirsten started researching and writing for Nutrigold
For more information, please visit www.connectwithnutrition.co.uk.
For consultation costs click here.