I am so excited to announce I have just become an Australian Ambassador for the Food Revolution Foundation!
The Food Revolution Foundation was launched in 2010 by Jamie Oliver to fight the obesity epidemic, encourage people to get cooking again and make food education at the top of everyone’s agenda. At the heart of this foundation is everyone’s right to healthy food.
I am so proud to be involved in this awesome foundation!
I am very excited to announce that I have joined the Kula Yoga and Wellness family as a yoga teacher. Kula means “community of the heart” which is so obvious when you enter the gorgeous studio. Yoga is not just the physical practice, it is an opportunity to dive deeper into self awareness and nourishment for body, mind and soul. It is an absolute to joy to be a member of this incredible team.
My classes are:
Sunday Basics 4:00pm-5:00pm
Monday Power 6:00am-7:00am
Thursday Basics 9:30am- 10:30am
And if that wasn’t enough, Kula Yoga run a Yoga cruise every year. This years cruise dates are 25th June till 1st July. I am delighted to advise that I am one of the teachers on board. Nothing is compulsory but there are 2 daily yoga classes (Yin and Power) on the boat rooftop and nearby beaches, Snorkelling, Swimming with Sea Turtles in their natural habitat. We visit local villages and travel around the Gili Islands and Lombok. What a dream!
I have been on a mission to transform the health and improve corporate wellbeing since starting my business 4 years ago.
Corporate Seminar Brochure “The 4 Pillars to Optimal wellbeing”
February was the scheduled completion of a 4 month corporate wellness and nutrition project. My sessions that have included yoga, meditation and nutrition presentations have received a higher uptake of numbers participating than any other corporate program. I am excited to say the impact of my wellbeing initiatives has impacted the business so vastly I have been invited to continue driving improvements in this 300 staffed office.
Words can’t explain the joy and satisfaction I am feeling right now, I have not only brought nutrition incentives to the workplace but have created a culture that’s inclusive of yoga and meditation.
A few weeks ago I googled ‘do we need to eat meat?’ and in 0.27 seconds there were over 16 million results. Clearly there are many opinions. Paleos, ‘High Proteiners’, and their love affair with meat have flourished with the popularity of caveman style diets. It started with high protein Atkins and The Zone followed shortly after. So do we need meat? And is it okay to have more than one serving at dinner?
As a Registered Nutritionist this article is based on current, applicable scientific research.
It is fair to say, not all meat has been created equally. A lean chicken breast or sirloin steak clearly offers a different nutrient profile to high fat sausages covered in more lard. Let’s break it down:
When was the last time you discussed your bowel movements at a dinner party? It seems fibre intake and subsequent bowel activities are not a popular dinner conversation. Trendy superfoods like acai and goji berries, spirulina, cacao and wheat grass seem to be the focus when discussing superfoods.
Don’t get me wrong, I do love an acai breakfast bowl – spirulina shot and raw cacao coated goji berries do excite me. However, expensive ingredients from exotic locations are omnipresent whilst fibre is often considered passé.
Long before noni juice was purported to aid digestive discomfort and maca was heralded for …
Have you heard about the latest research on water consumption? The good news is more science confirms drinking water about 1/2 hour before meals can contribute to weight loss and a healthier lifestyle.
I was interviewed by Channel 9 Melbourne news today for a feature on tonight’s 4:30pm and 6:00pm bulletin. Tune in for my thoughts. Click here for the link.