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Been told you have an 'irritable bowel'
but not how to fix it?

Join the club.

I was told I had IBS before IBS was ever really a thing.
And yep, the diagnosis of IBS pretty much meant they didn't know what was wrong with me, 
and sadly the same goes for you.

Thankfully I was determined to figure things out. In fact, I did a psychology
and a naturopathy degree just to be sure I had all bases covered. After all, this is a gut-brain issue, right?

What did I learn after all that study?
Essentially, if you think you've tried everything to heal already, chances are, you haven't.

I know gut health is complex. 

I don't pretend it's as simple as needing probiotics or going dairy-free.

I know the impact of stress, anxiety, unprocessed trauma and I know how to reverse the damage done by a crappy diet, alcohol, over-eating and even that gut bug you picked up when you travelled to Thailand.


I know what it feels like to cut a million different foods out in hopes of relief,

and how ostracizing that can feel in social settings.


But honestly, it does not have to be that way. I help women figure out what's driving their bloating and discomfort and I have the expertise to choose the right natural medicines to resolve it. That's what I offer my clients and that's why I get the results I do!

No more bloating

No more restrictive diets

No more hating your body

No more "Sorry I can't eat that"

Lauren from Kiyah Wellness


By the time I finished high school, I had been binge drinking and using food to self-soothe for many years. My gut was a mess. The doctors told me I had IBS and did little more than give me a list of fibre-rich foods. Gee, thanks doc.


I was so over feeling bloated, puffy, reacting to all sorts of different foods and generally hating what I looked like. I was also super sluggish and any kind of exercise felt like a complete slog.  I hadn't even begun to piece together why I felt so crappy.


But here I am 20 years later (wow, how did that happen) and let's just say that now I eat what I want when I want, I love to exercise (who knew!) and I completely understand the fact that poor digestion isn't just about the food we're eating -

it's also about the emotions we're not 'digesting'.

Now I help other women do the same.

Take Our Free Assessment

This in-depth assessment was developed by me - an accredited naturopath to assist you in understanding those sometimes embarrassing symptoms without having to discuss them in person with your healthcare practitioner!


You'll get the information you need to make simple changes that will have you feeling better and on track with your health once more.


The assessment should take you approximately ten minutes to complete. Answer each question to the best of your ability and know that if there’s anything we’ve missed we're here to connect with you via a free 10 minute call.

Your answers are confidential and always will be.

Kiyah Wellness gify

For the first time I don't feel bloated or nauseous after food...

When I was younger I didn't know how to handle my emotions. It was normal in our house to eat snacks and icecream when we were upset. At the same time, my mum was always on a diet and always commenting on my body. I didn't realise until later how this shaped my relationship with food. I've always had problems with my stomach. I just thought that it was normal. Working with Lauren has changed everything. For the first time I don't feel bloated or nauseous after food and I'm using the bathroom normally!!! Now to work on my self love. Thank you Lauren xox

Joanne - Australia

About Lauren Jane

Some Fun Facts About Me!

  • I've been living in Thailand on the island of Koh Samui for almost 10 years.

  • I used to barely exercise at all and now I rarely miss a morning of Brazillian Jiujitsu or Muaythai kickboxing and a swim and walk on the beach. 

  • My husband will tell you that I listen to and watch far too much true crime before bed.

  • My nightly ritual involves feeding our adopted street dog named Tong and all his little soi dog friends.

  • I don't believe in diets or restriction - everything in moderation!

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