Health and the City

Health and the City e-zine has launched. Check it out and become part of the community. 

Health and the City

I’m very excited to announce the launch of the Health and the City e-zine. Health and the City first launched back in 2006 where it started as a Nutrition and Exercise Studio based in Sydney and a book. While I loved working with all of our clients, I felt limited with the number of people I could reach. Wanting to inspire more people to achieve success, I decided to switch from the studio to an e-zine.

Health and the City is now a credible, creative and engaging website dedicated to inspiring, energising and empowering you to be the best version of yourself. It’s no secret that we’re all pressed for time, but my aim for Health & the City is to motivate you to think about your wellbeing, irrespective of how busy you are. Whether it’s for just five seconds a day as your scroll through our social media accounts or for five minutes or more as your read our latest post, these times of focus will deliver big change to your life. So much so, it may just become your new way of life. Health & the City is all about loving your life by investing time in yourself so you can become the best version of yourself. Now that’s the definition of success!

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