Hi I’m Annie Clark
Author, Speaker & Wellness Advocate
I believe success in health and life is nothing more than a decision away. I believe in helping you to find health in body, mind and spirit and by spirit I mean enlightened, inspired and empowered to look after yourself.
I am confident that the information you find on this website will give you the answers for excellent health and well-being.
I offer you a wonderful range of health products that I have personally selected. Products like barley grass, vitamin B tonics, herbal, cereal and fibre blends. Also a selection of divine aromatherapy oils, soaps, massaging tools, like the Squirrel Massager, and water purifiers.
Online Consultation Appointment Booking
To help you with your health consultations, you can now choose your appointment times with Annie online.
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Lifestyle Reset Retreat
Here are 10 Reasons why you would want to be there …..
- You’ll learn how to breathe for more ‘life’ years.
- You have a dominant dosha, and even if you know what that is now, you will learn something more about this ancient wisdom that will transform your heart.
- How does water affect your timing, your gut, and your mind?
- You’ll learn about your Digestive system and how you can tame an impossible gut situation.
- You’ll discover the potentiality of mind and learn in 30 seconds how to put it into action.
- Find a peace you never knew you had the capacity to find!
- Gain a habit that you can switch on anywhere anytime!
- Discover the mindset of movement!
- Laugh your head off!
- By the time this event is over you will know more about your essential oils in a way that is beyond useful, but incredibly valuable…..
In The Raw - New & Revised Edition
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In The Raw (the first ‘Australian Raw Food Manual’) was launched on a balmy night in March 1993 at Kewarra Beach resort, North Queensland, Cairns. Over 140 people came to the launch to hear Anne speak about the concept of live food along with gentle guitar playing in the background. That night guests were treated to raw cakes, treats, dips, salads, fresh carrot and apple juices. It was the most memorable night and proved to be a launch of not only the book, but of a movement in North Queensland of education and inspiration around natural living.
This was before Anne’s son was born, before the real digital explosion, before Facebook, before social media, before the ‘Raw Food Movement really took hold’! This lifestyle ‘considered off the wall at the time,’ is embraced now by clear thinkers and health seekers who know that the world needs change.
Now 25 years later, being the 4Th edition of In The Raw, that change is eminent. Some very influential people, Gandhi included, have said that; “If we want the world to change, we must first change ourselves.” So, if we are prepared to change ourselves, the possibilities are endless!
Never has there been a more relevant time to embrace more ‘plant-based’ nutrition, more awareness around breathing, moving, sleeping, sprouting, fasting, growing food and preparing food. Doing this in a way that doesn’t cause harm to animals or humans. Never has there been a more appropriate time in history than right now to embrace this way of living.
Anne Clark’s 4th edition of IN THE RAW is ‘new and improved’ ! This book is on the mark for giving you insights into raw food living. Jam-packed with wisdom on maintaining a positive mental attitude, supporting greater resistance to disease and encouraging natural healing of the human body.
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