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Lucy Edwards


My 2 biggest regrets in life.


  1. I never got to wear overalls when I was pregnant.

  2. I used to put other people's opinions above my own.

For over 19 years, I dedicated myself to the health industry, working and studying as a qualified nutritionist and natural therapist. While I found fulfilment in these roles, a deep longing for creativity remained unfulfilled.


During that time, I also explored my passion for acting and filmmaking, balancing it alongside my natural health pursuits. Although there were aspects of this artistic path that I enjoyed, I often felt a sense of emptiness, as if I fell short in various ways. As a woman, I grappled with feelings of not being pretty enough, thin enough, or talented enough. I refused to compromise my morals and frequently expressed my thoughts, which further added to the challenges. The demanding hours, stressful environment, and gaps between contracts also brought financial instability, resulting in a love/hate relationship with this profession.


When I became a mother for the second time, I made the difficult decision to step away from performing. Night work, long hours, and being away from home were no longer viable options for me. Instead, I focused on rebuilding my nutrition business, driven by the sudden loss of my brother. My primary goal became helping people and preventing diet-related deaths, so that others wouldn't experience the pain I had endured.


Throughout this journey, I gained valuable perspective and engaged in deep introspection and spiritual growth. I discovered what truly mattered to me and how I could best assist others without compromising my own well-being. 


I combine my skills in writing, public speaking, and health to empower individuals to become their best selves. I even authored and published a children's book called "The Grumbles," which promotes positivity. My personal growth and learning continue, as I choose to follow my inner voice and remain unaffected by the limiting opinions of others regarding my identity or aspirations.


Having learned how to help myself first, I now find myself in a position to support others from a place of strength and authenticity. Achieving a harmonious work-life-family balance has brought me immense fulfillment, and I am eager to share my success and inspire you on your own journey.



Lucy has undergone extensive formal training in the field of Nutrition and Natural Therapies. She dedicated over three years to studying Naturopathy, including Herbal Medicine and Nutrition, at Wellpark College of Natural Therapies in Auckland. Additionally, she pursued two years of education at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies in Sydney, focusing on Naturopathy, Nutrition, and various other Natural Therapies. Furthermore, Lucy holds a Certificate in Human Nutrition from The New Zealand College of Natural Therapies.

In addition to her studies in Nutrition, Lucy has received training from renowned individuals such as Tony Robbins and Cloe Madanes in their introductory Life Coaching course. She has been certified as an AYS/LOA Life Coach and has also trained as a certified Belief Clearing practitioner. Lucy's professional development includes completing a course in Shamanic Life Coaching under the guidance of Victoria Hawkins.


To ensure that she provides a diverse range of techniques tailored to each individual client, Lucy actively participates in workshops, seminars, and courses to expand her knowledge and skills.

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