About Claire Snowdon-Darling

Claire is the visionary founder and Managing Director of Balanced Wellness. She is a Senior Practitioner and her practice is based at the head office clinic in Havant, Hampshire. As an Alternative Health expert with a vast amount of knowledge and experience in health and emotional care, Claire has helped literally thousands of people to achieve their goals. She has been involved in many different aspects of the industry since 1993 and draws upon a variety of specialist techniques and services to ensure all issues are dealt with in an effective manner. She is renowned for her clarity and wisdom which allows her to pinpoint blocks and supports her ability to help her clients transform their lives both physically and emotionally, ensuring that not only are health and life goals achieved but the journey to achieving those goals is empowering and enlightening. Claire's deepest passion is supporting women to Reclaim Their Lives and transform their health, careers and consciousness, specifically when imbalances in these areas are causing physical symptoms such as hormone issues, weight gain and metabolic syndromes. Claire is an inspirational speaker and often gives talks on nutrition, emotion and health, both in the UK and Internationally. These dynamic and fascinating talks are highly informative, providing the attendees with tips and techniques they can easily add in to their lives and they are punctuated with both her maverick humour and her deep wisdom and experience. Her popular blog for The Huffington Post, Wahanda and Facebook are regarded by many as thought provoking and entertaining.

It’s Our Birthday – PLUS Win £100 Worth Of Organic Toiletries

Competition details are at the end of this post!  Balanced Wellness is 7 years old today. We wouldn’t be here without you so thank you to all our customers for all your support over the last 7 years. In numerology the number 7 is a biggy. According to numerology.com It is the number of the [...]

August 1st, 2015|Wellness|0 Comments

Tired All The Time? It’s Important To Feed Your Body Properly

I know this only too well I have a condition which causes me to feel fatigued most of the time. If you experience chronic fatigue or low energy issues its so important to be really hot on feeding your body right. Reaching for the quick fixes cause more instability and leads to feeling really low [...]

July 15th, 2015|My Blog, Wellness|0 Comments

My journey with Chronic Fatigue and Hormone Imbalances.

I have recently been given a "probable diagnosis" of a a rare condition called Sheehan's Syndrome It is "probable" because the actual tests for it are so awful I'm choosing not to put my body through the mill to have them, what I can say is that after 11 years of feeling mostly like I've [...]

May 12th, 2015|Fatigue, My Blog|0 Comments

What does Wellness really mean? How The Third Metric requires courage

It's scary in that dark cave! In 2013 Ariana Huffington called for an additional Third Metric of wellness to be added to the existing metrics of money and power as a means to measure success. As a health practitioner I applauded this bold campaign and was so excited I wrote a blog about [...]

January 30th, 2015|My Blog, Wellness|0 Comments

Yuletide Blessings

 At Balanced Wellness we are reclaiming the original festivals of our ancestors, the ancient rites and rituals where our forbears were so dependant on the gifts of Mother Nature that the worshipping of the cycles of the Goddess of Nature was a logical and practical path. Within this Goddess Cycle we are now entering the [...]

December 18th, 2014|Wellness|0 Comments

What makes balanced wellness unique?

Balanced Wellness are not just health experts. Our clients experience profound and deep transformation supported by our exceptional practitioners. Our clients are women who are ready to change their lives, their relationships, their health and their future. Our practitioners guide, support and encourage their clients to make deep lasting and profound change.At the core of what [...]

December 4th, 2014|My Blog|0 Comments

IBS. The secret bitter pill that drugs won’t sweeten

IBS. It is a big problem with a little name, and it is hideous. I know, I had first hand experience of this horrendous condition for over 20 years and I’m far from being alone. The current NHS statistics tell us that 1 in 5 people in the UK experience it at some point in [...]

May 8th, 2014|My Blog|0 Comments

Rawtastic or Rawful? Is raw food right for your body?

is this good for you? It is a commonly held belief in the “health world” that eating our food, live and raw is the best way to get all the vitamins, minerals and enzymes we need. The raw food movement is at the forefront of great nutritional discoveries and is leading the way [...]

March 10th, 2014|My Blog|0 Comments

Got any acid? – Is an alkalising diet right for you?

As a nutritionist I have been strictly following a clean, organic, wholefood and alkaline diet for the past few years, lots of vegetables, chlorophyll and leafy greens. We know after all that dis-ease forms in acidic environments and most people’s internal environments are very acidic. This is due to a variety of sources from food, to outlook, to chemical load but reducing acid forming foods and alkalising the body is all the rage, and I reiterate, in many cases very, very important. But interestingly not in my case. It turns out that my internal environment is too alkaline and it’s been causing me some big problems. […]

November 26th, 2013|My Blog|0 Comments

12 Reasons Why a Career in Kinesiology is the Best!

A career in Kinesiology can make you do this “Do you enjoy what you do? If not just stop, don’t stand there and rot! ” Ah the enlightened lyrics of Wham! For the next six days I get to be immersed in my favourite subject whilst teaching a Kinesiology intensive course with The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology. I am incredibly honoured to have the opportunity to teach this incredible therapy at the highest level and often need to pinch myself that this is my career. […]

October 29th, 2013|My Blog|0 Comments