Caroline Kremer – on healing injuries, unexpected circumstances, and career re-invention
How often do you think about your own breathing? I bet you are right now. How fast do you breathe? How deeply?
Most of the time it’s completely unconscious. We just do it, and we rarely consider how we breathe unless we’re exercising and out of breath, or ill and out of breath, as many of us have been during the pandemic.It’s only when our capacity to breathe is reduced that we ever consider – without stating the absolute obvious – how important it is
My guest today helps people to breathe better. She helps people to feel better. She reduces their pain and helps them with many other conditions besides. Her name is Caroline Kremer, and she’s the owner of Pulborough Natural Health, a clinic in a beautiful part of England, West Sussex. Caroline is a Bowen therapist, and a practitioner of Evans Alignment and her own Kremer Method to stimulate the vagus nerve, which is known as the “rest, digest and repair nerve”.
Her business and interest in health and wellbeing is one of the reasons that Caroline is on the podcast this week. The other is her remarkable capacity for career reinvention. From being kicked out of school to becoming a chef and working in restaurants, to running a ski company with her husband before being widowed at 34 with 3 small children, Caroline has an incredible sense of resourcefulness and a can-do attitude that I really admire. She is full of stories and in this episode we barely had time to scratch the surface of the people she’s met in life and how colourful her career has been.
We recorded this episode deep in the Covid lockdown and the sound isn’t the best on Caroline’s line at the beginning, but bear with it – she’s worth it.
Caroline’s website at Pulborough Natural Health: https://www.pulboroughnaturalhealth.co.uk
Caroline’s LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caroline-kremer-69b644a/
Follow Caroline on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kremermethod/
Follow Caroline on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarolineKremer