The Royal Wellness Blog

Fall Madly In Love With Yourself!

DEEPENING YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF SELF CARE.  In her Forbes article “Practicing Self Care Is Important: 10 Easy Habits To Get You Started”, Noma Nazish cites reasons such as knowing your worth, healthy work-life balance, stress management, living rather than existing and improved physical health as the reasons why.  If you are reading this, it is likely that you are already familiar with the benefits of looking after, possibly even pampering yourself, but, what if there was a deeper, more intrinsic reason you are wired to seek out self-care?   What if the pull towards self-care actually stems from the most…
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Stem Cells & Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

FACIAL REJUVENATION USING ACUPUNCTURE  Many people know acupuncture only for its efficacy on pain relief, and acupuncture do is very much worthy of that fame, but that is just the very tip of the iceberg when it comes to describe the acupuncture’s true potential. Science still struggles to fully understand the acupuncture’s healing mechanism, and the truth is, it may never be 100% clarified. TCM it’s an ancient medicine, with more than 2600 years old, but despite of its antiquity, its understanding of the human body goes beyond our current scientific comprehension of it. We can describe acupuncture’s healing mechanism…
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Fighting Phobias with EFT Tapping

HEALING TRAUMAS WITH  EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE (E.F.T.)  “About 30% of us find air travel anything from faintly disconcerting to unutterably terrifying…The terror that grips the aviophobe is paralysing, brutal, breathless. While no two aviophobics are the same, fear tends to coalesce around phobias of distance – vertigo and agoraphobia – and constriction – claustrophobia, and concerns about an inability to escape. Some fear take-off, others fear landing, and a higher proportion are fine until the first giddy lurches of turbulence set in. Others suffer recurrent panic attacks centring on visions of snapping wings, flaming engines, the long plummet earthwards as…
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Vibrational Self-Healing: Mantras

MANTRA TECHNOLOGY:THE SCIENCE OF SOUND One thing that all spiritual traditions have in common, in one form or another, is the use of sound. As it famously says in the Bible: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” (John 1:1) In Yogic technology, we call the use of sound through chanting specific words from ancient texts: Mantra. Mantra is compatible with all belief systems and works with the innate intelligence of the human system to produce specific vibratory frequencies within the body which impact on states of mind and feelings.…
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SuperYacht Radio | Exclusive Interview

Join the founder of Royal Wellness, Mr.Jaime Iredale, as he talks all things holistic wellness, integrative health and functional medicine on SuperYacht Radio in an exclusive interview. Focusing on issues such as mental health, traumas, burnout prevention, stress and emotional management, natural medicines, dietetics, DIY bio-hacking and many other progressive forms of self-care drawing on ancient philosophies, yet applied in today’s modern world. Relevant to both the SuperYachting industry and abroad, Jaime speaks with sincerity and purpose in this 30-minute intimate interview. Tune in and discover the brave new world of Royal Wellness that awaits you and your loved ones. …
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The Superfood No One Is Talking About

COCONUTS, NUTRITION AND THE IMPACT OF HEALTH IN ASIA. In the 1930s Canadian Dentist Dr Weston A. Price toured the world and examined the impact of diet and nutrition on dental health. In 1939, he published “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration” detailing his worldwide travels showing how less developed societies had healthier teeth and fewer overall disease issues than those in the West who enjoyed a diet primarily featuring sugar, flour and processed vegetable oils. Foods that caused nutritional deficiencies unknown in the poorer regions where he visited. In the past, people who lived in countries like Sri Lanka enjoyed a mainly…
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