About B-well Health
B-well Health was founded by me, Belinda Wahla, in 2012 after I qualified as a homeopath. I use a combination of complementary therapy methods, including homeopathy, kinesiology and EFT, to help people back on the path to good health.
My work is predominantly with busy mums and their families, helping them to overcome allergies, anxiety and associated issues that these might cause.
What I love about my job is the people I meet and being able to investigate their health conditions, so I can help them back to optimal health.
My Complementary Therapy Journey
I first became involved with complementary medicine 12 years ago, when I was looking for a more natural, holistic approach to health. Having tried several complementary therapies, I found that homeopathy greatly improved my health. It also helped when I had my son and, later, his sister too.
So, I decided to learn more and began studying at the College of Practical Homeopathy, where I obtained my Licentiate in Homeopathy four years later. The course also gave me an in-depth understanding of anatomy, physiology, pathology, flower essences, herbal tinctures and nutrition, all of which I incorporate in my work.
I have since qualified to be a Kinesiology and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) matrix imprint practitioner and I use these skills in combination with homeopathy for my clients.
Registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) and the Association of Systematic Kinesiologists (ASK), I am bound by their Code of Ethics and Practice.
How Complementary Therapy Has Helped
As a new mum, I wanted the best for my children, so they could grow up strong and healthy. I believe we need to build up our immune systems naturally. My own mum always used to say that if we ever ate mud, it was good for us! Not that I would ever suggest anyone eats mud, of course, but she had a point about keeping it natural.
So, when I became a mum, I didn’t want simply to rely on pills and medicines from the doctor. I found a great homeopath to help them through their childhood illnesses. It also helped them deal more easily with emotional issues and anxiety.
I’m originally from South Manchester and moved down to London over 30 years ago. When you speak to me you might still detect a slight northern twang!
After years of working in retail buying and merchandising, I decided I didn’t want to do that any more when I became a mum.
My son and daughter are now teenagers and they’ve kept me busy, stressed and entertained over the years. Through them, and watching them grow up, I’ve learned so much about myself – and how individual we all are!
They would say I’m obsessed, but I say I’m very interested in leading a healthy and fulfilling life. I love good food and feed my family tasty, nourishing meals. They might not always appreciate healthy food, but we do have room for a treat now and again.
As well as good nutrition, regular exercise is important, and for me, it must be enjoyable too. Anything that involves dancing is a winner, even if it’s just dancing around the kitchen table while getting the breakfast ready!
Although I don’t travel as much now as before the kids, I do get itchy feet at times and look forward to travelling the world when I retire! My intention is to live to a ripe old age, still doing the things I enjoy, medication free, with a big smile on my face.