All posts tagged: healthy living

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yoga just may change your life

It sounds like a cliché, but it’s true. We all have things that make us feel better and for millions of people around the world, yoga is one of them. It may seem like the world has gone yoga-mad – there’s a studio on every corner, a plethora of technicolour leggings pounding the pavements and suddenly it seems everyone is carrying a rolled up rubber mat to work – but it’s not just any old fad. Yoga is here to stay.

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morning beauty smoothie

Start your morning with a bang, with this beauty breakfast smoothie by naturopath Amy Hotz! Filled with nutritious ingredients that will promote radiant skin, this smoothie is a quick way to fuel your body for a busy day. The recipe contains the following 5 star natural ingredients that will help you glow from the inside out:

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travel light, travel bright

There is nothing worse that lugging a big suitcase around on holiday. We’ve all done it – stuffed that huge black bag to bursting and regretted it. Those who travel well, travel light. They are minimalist in their approach to packing and excessive in the rewards they reap. No dragging the heavy case up flights of steps, missing the train, battling on escalators and getting in and out of cabs. Hotel on the top of a hill? Not a problem at all! Mostly, we over-pack because we’re trying to control the uncontrollable. We want to account for every eventuation. An outfit for every occasion, every season, every moment – we don’t want to be caught short or not looking our best.

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expanded horizons

We all know that special feeling, butterflies in the tummy, throat a little tight, a mix of anticipation and expectation as the plane takes off. It’s the feeling of leaving the daily grind behind, of soaring to new heights and reaching new shores. Travel may seem like a luxury, an added bonus if we get everything else right, but expanding your horizons is much more than that. A holiday, be it for two days or two months does more than relax us. It makes us better people.

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active to evening beauty

THE BASE Prep the skin with your face oil or moisturiser of choice Ere Perez Natural Oatmilk Foundation – apply using the Ere Perez Eco Vegan Multipurpose Brush to create an even, medium coverage Ere Perez Pure Rice Powder ‘My Blush’ – using the Ere Perez Eco Vegan Powder Brush apply below cheekbones, rounding up to temples for gentle contouring and finish with a light dusting of forehead, nose and chin. Ere Perez Versatile Vanilla Highlighter ‘Falling Star’ – use the fingertips to add a soft glow by gently blending along the brow bones and cheekbones.

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rawvana’s avocado and potato salad

At Ere Perez, we love Rawvana! As a Mexican-American vegan and raw food advocate, she shares with us her journey to a healthier way of living. This potato salad will hit the spot for anyone who wants to eat something nutritious and satiating at the same time. It’s very easy to make but most importantly, delicious! Avocados are a great healthy fat that contain essential nutrients for you skin, hair and nails, a real beauty food! Enjoy this salad for lunch, dinner or a get together with friends.

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introducing heartdancers charity

There is no greater power than the power of the heART… “The healing and creative power of music, dance, yoga and meditation has an unspeakable power to transform the lives of vulnerable communities.” Sandra Morales, Heartdancers’s Funder and CEO. Heartdancers Charity was founded as a result of a project at Villawood detention centre, where music, dance, yoga and meditation were used as an effective bridge for Asylum Seekers to connect with their creativity, spirituality and life purpose.