Want to know a great way to unwind after a busy day and relieve sore muscles? Soak in an Epsom salt bath (magnesium sulfate found in most health food stores) infused with some essential oils for a very “I feel like a million bucks” budget at-home spa experience.
I love this quote. It sums up exactly what I need to say to myself when I get too wound up. And because stress is the major focus of week 3 on Kate Troup’s W8less program (a holistic program which I have written about here and here), it’s made me realise how important it is to manage it – to consciously carve out some time to reset my body when it goes into overdrive (as it easily can in our modern, fast paced lifestyles).
Contributed by Kate Troup
What’s better for you – a can of Coke or a glass of apple juice? Did you answer apple juice? Then you’d better read on.
This is a very delayed post. Apologies. Sometimes life’s pace goes way too fast that it’s hard to make time to even write a few paragraphs!
It’s been a while between inspirational fitness posts (the last one was on amazing yogi Kate Kendall who heads up Wanderlust this month!) so I’m super excited to share with you all a little Q & A with my smiley, salt of the earth, fellow chocolate lover and Pilates teacher, Sonia Forato.
Yogi Kate Kendall is at the top of her game. As the co-founder and director of Sydney’s yoga and fitness studio Flow Athletic, Paddington, yoga expert for Body & Soul, Rebook ambassador and yoga instructor at numerous health and fitness events around the country, Kate ensures she keeps physically and emotionally balanced. And it shows.