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Hi, I'm Sue Judge and I'm the owner of
Infinite Wellbeing.

I am passionate about all aspects of health and wellbeing and I know from experience how important it is to prioritise this area of our life. I am a registered Nutritional Therapist and member of BANT and the Complementary Health Care Council, I am also trained as a Mental Health First aider. I have three children and a Springer Spaniel, and as a business owner I am constantly juggling my priorities just like you. I have learnt over the years that my health has to come top of the list and I make time for regular exercise, time in nature, healthy food, quality time with my family and down time with my friends over a G&T or two!

My aim is to help you be the best version of yourself no matter what barriers may stand in your way, I offer a supportive and integrative approach towards wellbeing by writing and delivering a wide range of programs, courses, workshops and 1-1 client sessions. I enjoy continual professional development and at present I am excited to be to be training to become a Living Well facilitator for one of the UK’s leading cancer charities Penny Brohn in Bristol. As part of my voluntary contribution I lead a weekly get-together in Bath for my local cancer support group called We Get IT for all those affected by cancer.

I am delighted that Infinite Wellbeing has a large associate group of extremely talented practitioners who offer a diversity of expertise from personal trainers to leadership coaches, and Tetramap facilitators to financial advisors. We can offer you one off sessions or continual support. Fermentation workshops or in house yoga.

If you would like to find out more about how Infinite Wellbeing can help your organisation or how I could support you personally please don’t hesitate to get in touch or sign up to receive news on upcoming events and partnerships.

Sue Judge

I have a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from The College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) and am a registered Nutritional Therapist with The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT).

I have an NTEC (Nutritional Therapy Educational Commission) qualification in cancer care to provide nutritional support before, during and after treatment and beyond.

I am further qualified as an English athletics running leader, Level 2 gym instructor, ASA swim teacher and have completed an award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS).

CNHC Accredited register
Mental Health First Aider
BANT member

Random Stuff About Me

 

As a child I had a pet duck called Donald who used to meet me from the school bus.

In one of our programs our “wellbeing” makes an appearance as one of my favourite characters in Lord of the rings, Gandalf.

My dog's name is prune in Danish.

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tools we use

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TetraMap® is a refreshing learning model that solves problems by transforming individual and team performance. TetraMap is the next generation in behavioural systems and people development. Designed to deliver a memorable and inspiring learning experience, TetraMap is used globally to accelerate and embed positive cultural and behavioural change.

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It’s not about what they do, it’s about what you do.
DNAfit put the power of personal genetics in your hands, helping our clients reach their fitness and nutrition goals on the most personal level possible.

Guided by DNAfit's simple saliva swab, they create a truly personalised solution to unlock you, but better.

Thriva logo

By increasing convenience, ease and insightfulness, thriva provides the products and services that will empower our clients to proactively manage their health. Once you know what's going on inside your body, you can understand the impact of your lifestyle on your health and start to make small changes that add up to a healthier you.

Functional testing

Functional testing focuses on physiological function (i.e. how the body functions at a molecular, tissue or organ level), rather than merely the presence of markers of disease, like conventional medical testing. At most cases both are essential in order to draw a clear picture of the individual’s cause of health problems and specific requirements and to re-establish equilibrium using nutritional and lifestyle intervention.

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charities we support

We Get It
We Get ItDEALING WITH CANCER. TOGETHER.
We Get ItDEALING WITH CANCER. TOGETHER.
Providing support and information for people in Bath who are dealing with cancer.
Bath Carer's Centre
Bath Carer's CentreCarer support for Family and friends
Bath Carer's CentreCarer support for Family and friends
Local charity supporting people who care for family and friends who need extra support day-to-day.
Bath Mind
Bath MindMental Health Charity
Bath MindMental Health Charity
Bath Mind works to improve the lives of people experiencing mental ill health.
Bath Stroke Association
Bath Stroke AssociationBath Stroke Support Group
Bath Stroke AssociationBath Stroke Support Group
The Bath Stroke Support Group supports stroke survivors and their families across Bath.
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Are you interested in empowering others whilst being part of a community?

If so, why not contact us and get the good vibes flowing!

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