Don't let a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis dull your sparkle.

I'm here to show you the ropes and light the way.

A rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis comes with a glut of obstacles, adjustments, and complications that sometimes appear out of the blue —my goal? To make these challenges feel run of the mill for you!

I work with my clients to help tame the fear and reclaim control after a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis – eliminating the frantic google searches that probably only gave you more to worry about if truth be told.

I’m Aisling

And, if you have a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis and are ready to up the ante on self-care, stress management, and generally bring some joy and peace of mind back to your life, then you are in the right place, fellow spoonie!

I show women just like you how to take the reins of your own wellbeing—all while sprinkling in a little motivation and self-reflection,  without all the noise and misinformation that circulates the internet

My Mission

To normalise using complementary therapies as a support tool for women with a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis.

Here’s why you can trust me!

I’m a mum of 2 and was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in 2016. Like you, I have struggled with lots of day-to-day tasks since my diagnosis. I wholeheartedly believe that medication is necessary for the management of my disease and preventing joint damage. BUT, sometimes it’s just not enough for me. I have been where you are. I understand what you are going through. I get it.

I searched and searched for programs like the Mindful Arthritis Method and The Tapping Lab when I was first diagnosed but I couldn’t find anything. So, I had to learn how to do it myself. 

I use all of the techniques that I share with you in my programs every day, depending on the time I have and how I feel. Some ways that I have used them.

👉 To try to dampen the pain and stiffness in between painkillers 

👉 To help calm a nauseous stomach from both pain and medication side effects.

👉 To carry me through a cloud of fatigue when all I wanted to do was sleep.

👉To stay positive which can be really hard when dealing with a chronic illness.

👉 To help with clearing congestion from sinus infections that I have become more prone to.

👉 To keep stress and anxiety under control. 

Rheumatoid arthritis and sleep