Join us at Haeckles House for an evening of intuitive empowerment. Life Coach and Author Pandora specialises in encouraging people to tap into your inner wisdom to support better relationships with eating, living and business.
Pandora Paloma is an Intuitive Living Coach, specialising in Intuitive Eating, Living and Business. She is an author, speaker and teacher, spreading the movement of Intuitive Living worldwide.
Drawing on her own battle with food and body image, along with her unique training as a Nutritionist, Life Coach, Yoga teacher and Meditation guide, it is her mission to be a voice for women that want to feel empowered and able to tap into their wisdom; our greatest guide in life.
Pandora works with women all over the world, empowering and educating them to show up for themselves, manage their toxic self talk and limiting beliefs. Her work is focused on transforming how we are living and build more purpose and power into our lives, using a fine tuned mix of practical, mindset and spiritual tools. The ‘living’ comes first before everything else. Intuitive Living focuses on using our own inner GPS as a guide for health, life and business.
Pandora is a big believer in listening to your body and feeding your soul – believing that optimum health starts with loving yourself, your body and your mind.
She has shared her message with residencies and speaking events with Soho House Group, Spotify, Nicholas Kirkwood, Bare Minerals, Lulu Lemon, Stylist LIVE and Topshop. Pandora regularly provides advice and comment for the UK’s leading magazines including Stylist, Grazia, Get the Gloss, Byrdie UK and Women’s Health, and has been featured in Elle, Psychologies, Refinery 29, Harper’s Bazaar and Evening Standard.
When Pandora isn’t spreading self-love, the power of intuition and female empowerment, she is found walking on beaches in Kent, dancing to techno and cooking and eating (intuitively of course).
Date: Thursday 26th September
Initiative Living Coach and Author Pandora specialises in intuitive eating living and business. She is an advocate of empowering women, listening to your body and tapping into your inner wisdom.
I used to have horrific period pain. The kind that means you have no choice than to stay in bed for two days dosed up on painkillers with a scorching hot water bottle strapped to your belly (or heaven forbid, lie down in public places if I happened to be out and about when I came on).
That was my life for 15 years, until I decided to do something about it. And I did a lot – I tried just about every type of treatment going!
At the time I was managing a rock bar in Soho and trying to find my path in life (having previously experimented with tattooing, music merchandise, and working in a parrot store in New York), so when I found the perfect combination of therapies that finally dealt with my period pain once and for all, I was inspired to train as a health practitioner.
I’ve been working in women’s health for over a decade.
In that time, I’ve given thousands of treatments, been a doula to hundreds of women and their loved ones, and mentored dozens of other practitioners and doulas as they started their careers.
My qualifications include:
BSc Chinese Medicine Acupuncture which included a semester in the neurology department of a Chinese hospital.
Diplomas in Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Massage, and the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy (ATMAT).
Post-graduate diploma in Paediatric Acupuncture.
I have also studied at the Integrative Women’s Health Institute, Red School, Nicole Jardim and Nurturing Birth. And because I am a geek that always wants to learn more, I’m currently training as a nutritional therapist at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.
But here’s what else has helped me to be so qualified:
Having a crap time on the pill as a young woman with depression and low libido, thank goodness I came off it when I did.
Tracking my menstrual cycle since the age of twenty, and predominantly relying on it as a form of birth control (and the answer is yes, it was highly effective).
Suffering from (and healing) extreme menstrual pain.
Experiencing a partial molar pregnancy which ended as a miscarriage (and labour) in the fifteenth week of pregnancy.
Followed by a very happy and healthy pregnancy, and a swift home birth.
Spending several years in therapy (CBT and psychotherapy) figuring out my own shit.
Debriefing the births and postnatal experiences of hundreds of women.
Date: Thursday 7th November