Tag: dance

Coconut Oil – is it really a superfood??

  You don’t have to look too far to see the word ‘superfood’ these days. It refers to foods that are deemed to have supreme nutritional qualities, often heightened levels of phytonutrients and/or antioxidants but can also be part of Marketing and advertising dreams. Some of these superfoods are costly, not always easily available and aren’t necessarily able to be…

Natural Therapies + my awesome Wellbeing Circle

  Along my health journey, I have been opened up to a whole lot of natural therapies and met some of the most inspiring health practitioners. Instinctively, I knew I couldn’t heal from Hashimoto’s without the gentle guidance of others who were experts in their own field. I read books and more books but you can never underestimate the power of…

Adrenals – what are they + what is Adrenal Fatigue

It’s that time of year with everyone rushing around, the year winding up, feeling like there’s never enough hours in the day to do it all, stumbling our way through December and just hanging out for some time off over Christmas. You can feel the frazzled energy in the air, you can hear it in people’s voices and it’s contagious…

Reflecting on the journey so far + a Video

A few years after I began making some real progress on my own health journey, The Australian Ballet together with the wonderful people at The Apiary put together this little video about Health and Lifestyle. It was originally shared on the Company’s blog Behind Ballet and is also accessible on The Australian Ballet Youtube channel here. Along with Rudy Hawkes and other ballet colleagues, we were…

Teetering on the edge of the Bloch

I slipped on my first pair of pointe shoes at age 12, quite mesmerised by the shiny satin and also quite perplexed as to how to stand up on such a thing. They seemed so hard and unbreakable in the beginning, how was my foot meant to bend that hard board?! My first shoes were Bloch Suprimas, their delicate little tapered…

Electrolytes + my Ultimate Favourite

Macronutrients often steal the limelight in terms of nutrition, these being the nutrients that the body needs in large amounts – carbohydrates, fats and proteins. However, there’s another group of nutrients that while only needed in small amounts, are also hugely important for good health. This group are called Micronutrients which include vitamins, minerals, trace elements, phytochemicals, and antioxidants. Today I am focusing on…

Tummy Tales

  I have been eating gluten-free for close to 3 years now. Along my health journey previously, I had dabbled with eating gluten free but could not break the ties with that gluten protein I had known my whole life. Especially when I went to Paris, how can a girl go without the bread and croissants? Not eating gluten at…