Ever since I was a little girl, I always wanted to do something with my life that allowed me to be of service to others. The way in which I wanted to be of service changed many times over the years, and by the time I finished high school, I had no idea what I wanted to do. I decided to take a gap year in the south of France, and here my interest in yoga, plant based nutrition and a wholesome lifestyle saw the day of light. I knew this was my calling, and applied for the masters program in Clinical Nutrition, University of Oslo. 


After years of nutrition studies and a yoga teacher training under my belt, I could not help but feel that something was missing. I had just come off the pill a few months earlier, and I felt terrible. I could not for the life of me figure it out. I was healthier than most of the people I knew, worked out regularly and had a steady yoga practice. Still, my energy levels were low, I had acne, and as the months went by, my periods started to get increasingly painful. However, all was well according to my doctor. How is this possible, I thought to myself, that I can be so healthy on paper but still feel so bad? I started doing my own research, and stumbled upon functional nutrition. I spent all my time researching gut health, liver function, hormones, diet, yoga, mindfulness and other lifestyle factors that might be contributing to my health situation. 


I was my own guinea pig, and eventually things started to shift. My skin cleared up, I felt energised and I learned how to manage my periods without the use of hormonal contraceptives and painkillers. I also learned how to support my body trough functional nutrition, a feminine approach to yoga and the right type of body work and treatments. 


Today, I have completed my master’s degree and can (finally!) call myself a dietitian. I am still a student of functional nutrition and lifestyle, and continue my studies in feminine yoga and other sacred feminine practices as well. I am at my happiest chasing waterfalls, snuggled up with a book and a cup of tea, swimming in the ocean and when sharing what I am most passionate about: Women’s health and spirituality. I hope you find my journey inspiring and want to follow along!

With love, 

Hanna Frydenberg 

A few of my favourite things...




  • doTerra Balance

  • Lavender

  • Bergamot

  • Frankincense 

  • Peppermint

  • Turmeric & ginger

  • Coconut yoghurt

  • Fresh berries

  • Hummus

  • Kale


  • Inner Kingdom, Gita Raani

  • Devi Prayer, Craig Pruess & Ananda

  • Open Thy Heart, Lulu & Mischka

  • Gypsy Soul, Ayla Schafer

  • Feel Fine, Emilie Nicolas