GUEST POST BY SUSANA FRIONI.
When it comes to practicing and learning about yoga (especially in the early days of your journey) I highly recommend immersing yourself in a room full of other people while being guided by an awesome yoga teacher.Read More
Chatting with Daniel Vitalis was one of the most interesting interviews I have ever done. He is so energetic, entertaining and magnetic – and thinks so differently to almost everyone in the nutrition world.
Daniel is a Leading Health, Nutrition, and Personal Development Strategist and a Nature Based Philosopher. He encourages us to “ReWild”, by teaching that our invincible health is a product of living in alignment with our biological design and our role in the ecosystem.Read More
Ever since finishing Gerson Therapy and having my “no seeds” rule lifted, I have been getting stuck into chia seeds. They are versatile little suckers, and they are jam-packed with so much goodness.
Here are a heap of reasons to eat chia:Read More
Last week I gave you a first look into The Lifestyle Transformation Guide, posting a snippet of my interview with yogi Kathryn Budig. Today, I’m unveiling a little more and giving you part of my chat with nutrition super star Cyndi O’Meara.
Cyndi is one of Australia’s leading nutritionists, and is the author of the best-selling Changing Habits, Changing Lives. She is also one of my greatest mentors, and I’m now lucky enough to be able to call her a friend.
GUEST POST BY NATALIE KRINGOUDIS.
Many women loathe menstruating. It brings on all kinds of unwanted signs and symptoms – rising body temperature (cue night sweats), headaches (pre-menstrual, at onset, during and at the end of the period – all diagnostic tools related to hormones), pain, bloating, and for some, vomiting and diarrhea. Oh and then there are mood swings – they’re fun… not! If I suffered from any of the above, I’d want to jump ship too! But here’s a little tip – these unwelcome signs are your body’s way of communicating with you that things aren’t in great shape. While we have accepted that these pre menstrual (PMS) and menstrual symptoms are simply part of the package, they don’t need to be there. They are treatable.
GUEST POST BY ANNA GEORGE.
I am going to die.
Or at least, that is what I thought during my first Bikram yoga class. Die, pass out, throw up, have a heart attack. They all seemed like viable options, and I was so ready to welcome anything that would end the torture and suffering.
For those of you that have been living in Greenland for the past few years, Bikram yoga is an intensive 90 minute yoga practice.
“90 minutes?” you say? “No sweat!”Read More
I have been busy recording interviews with some amazing people over the last few months for The Lifestyle Transformation Guide, and I want to give you a sneak peak. So, between now and the launch date in September, I’m going to show you some snippets of these chats. First up is the brilliant Kathryn Budig.
Kathryn Budig is a yogi, a writer, a foodie, and one of the wisest and loveliest people I’ve had the chance to connect with.Read More
GUEST POST BY SUSANA FRIONI.
I’ll never forget my very first yoga class. It took me about two months to finally go (I always found an excuse to go next week, and next week just never came). I was a little nervous. I didn’t know what to expect. I couldn’t relax because my mind was obsessing with whether I was doing it right and my eyes were busy looking around for confirmation. I felt like I was always behind. I didn’t get the terminology.Read More