Health and Wellness

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Hi, I'm Sarah Dawkins

I co-founded Celtic Sanctuary with my husband Paul.
Our vision is a countryside retreat away from the modern digital world to rest, renew and revitalise. Stress and illness, whether new or pre-existing, cause frustration and a need for both knowledge and suport. Celtic Sanctuary focuses on holistic health and wellness, bringing together wellbeing of the mind, body and soul.

My background as a qualified Nurse allowed me to set up Dawkins Health Consultancy where I still work clinically as well as teach other healthcare professionals.

In 2013 I came first in an entrepreneur competition at Hull University and then in 2014 I was the runner up in a national competition run by IPSE designed to celebrate Britain’s best and brightest self-employed people, 15 for 2015, which led to my meeting the PM, Rt Honourable David Cameron to discuss entrepreneurship in the UK.

Throughout my nursing career, I have had an avid interest in health and wellness and I would love to share my knowledge with those wanting to learn how make positive changes in their lives. Please get in touch if this is you.

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The Law Of Attraction

How do we get what we get in life?

Get out of your default mode and give yourself permission to want and want with a passion...

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How Healthy Are You

Wellness can be defined as “an active process of becoming aware of and making choices over a number of life aspects.

How Healthy Are You...

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Life becomes easier when you accept the apology you never got ~ R Brault.

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Self Compassion

Do you criticise yourself when you react in a way you didn't want to?

Are you harsh with yourself when you say or do the wrong thing? Why do we berate ourselves? Is it to do with our "stiff upper lip" upbringing? Because we were told to contain our emotions? Or another learnt behaviour?

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Improve Your Mind

Memory lapses can happen at any age, yet it upsets us more as we age.

We fear that it is a sign of future brain conditions, like dementia. You can still take actions to sustain and even potentially improve your brain's processing speed

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