The Meaning of BiaBeo
From the Irish language, literal translation; Bia: meaning food Beo: meaning alive
To reflect that food is alive and it gives you life. Plants are food that nourish our minds, bodies & spirit.
Bia Beo uses the symbol of the Celtic tree of life and the hawthorn flower; this symbolism evokes everything Bia Beo stands for.
Celtic tree of life – symbol of life and growth, harmony and balance.
Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna)
This rejuvenative and nutritive plant is a symbol of purification. The hawthorn has been revered in ancient Irish culture for its vast medicinal properties and gives so much healing.
At Bia Beo, Certified Nutritional Practitioner & Natural Herbalist Rachael Jordan incorporates all these qualities in her practice. She takes a naturopathic approach and each client is taken as an individual and a plan of action is tailor made for each individual case using all the natural healing modalities at her disposal.