By the age of 37, Amanda Campbell has experienced more than most people do in a lifetime.
In 2009 Amanda Campbell suffered a major MS attack that left her paralysed and was given a 50% chance of ever walking again. Unprepared to accept this as her fate, within six weeks, she stunned her doctors by not only walking, but running.
Amanda strongly believes that by taking a balanced approach, eating nutrient rich wholefoods and working on our emotional well being, is giving our body the right environment it needs to repair and thrive.
Accredited Sports Kinesiologist Amanda Campbell founded Bend Like Bamboo her private practice in 2014 where her team help others rebuild their lives from illness and stress. She has dedicated her life helping others find balance in their life, to repair and heal emotionally and physically from disease or any setback. She assists clients that travel from all over Australia to see her.
Amanda at her core believes that renewal is possible if you give your body the right environment it needs. She spends her day's helping other's make a transformation in their life.
When you feel better, this leads to making better decisions, designing a life that inspires us, valuing ourselves, leading to greater connection in our lives. This is also the right environment the body needs to re-organise.
Learning to reconnect to your mind and body can be the key to better health and happiness.
Amanda's passion is to educate and inspire. Amanda can be booked as a speaker and for one on one consultations at her practice Bend Like Bamboo. Sharing her journey and all the lessons she has learned along the way, she will explain how taking a balanced approach, adopting optimal nutrition whilst understanding the mind-body connection, helped her transform her body and life.
Amanda co-founded Nourissh with her partner and VinoMofo in 2014, delivering ready-made meals to people across Melbourne, after she discovered the role ethically sourced and nutrient dense food played in her recovery.
In her latest project www.amandacampbell.com.au she shares her work of mind-body connection with an eastern / western approach covering the structural, biochemical, emotional and energetic aspects that she believes must be addressed to achieve a reset of the mind and body.
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