Studio Announcement | Session Availability

***2018 STRICTLY LIMITED***

Due to the long list of ongoing health issues I have been experiencing and the additional negative affects it’s having on my ability to meet gallery turnaround times and maintain client satisfaction, sessions offered for the remainder of this year have been completely restricted.

Cake Smash sessions not affected by gallery delays due to batch edited gallery.

 

 

Thyroid disease – early Hashimotos causing both Hyperthyroidism and Hypothryroidism, Sjögren syndrome, Pyroluria (Pyrrole Disorder), MTHFR, Autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants (also known as Shoenfeld’s syndrome or ASIA), Heavy metal poisoning up to x10 higher the Toxic levels of ARSENIC, TIN, CHROMIUM, LEAD, MERCURY, SULPHUR, MOLYBDENUM, Ca/Pb, Se/Hg, Zn/Cd, Zn/Cd, Zn/Hg, S/Hg and S/Cd, Skin cancer and Cysts on my ovaries have all been but a few of the health struggles I have been dealing with over the last few months. With many ups and downs (sadly more downs than ups), whilst working through each additional medical diagnosis. It seems the root cause is my breast implants which I got in July 2016, I’ve been told by my Endocrinologist and Naturopath they need to be removed as they are poisoning my body. It was hard to believe at first but then the media suddenly seems to be full of recent stories surrounding my particular style of implant and the company who manufactures them. I’ve joined a support group with over 50,000 members all with terrible health conditions like my own. I’m only able to take small steps at a time until I have these toxic bags removed. Bookings have been taken at a bare minimum since late last year whilst my health continues to remain my focus. I am blessed with the continued support of my amazing clients who have been there through it all, including regretfully enduring long waits for their retouched galleries ☹️ Thankful to finally have an answer after literally months of ultrasounds, blood/urine/hair follicle tests and living through what seems like an alternate life from the one where I was never ever sick. Next step is surgery to get these deathly things out!

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