It was the first week of spring but I still shivered on my recent visit to Melbourne. It was worth braving the cold, as I love the opportunity to continue to work with old and new clients in person, whenever I’m in town.
Spring, hay fever and the cycle begins again
Arriving back in Sydney, spring had well and truly sprung. But with it comes the return of our old foe hay fever. Before the pollen start popping it’s the ideal time to start some allergy prevention strategies, so take a look at my new article to help you ease seasonal allergies. There’s also some important information about thunderstorm asthma, so it you’ve ever experienced hay fever, asthma or even a bit of spring-time sneezing it’s worth assessing your risk for this potentially fatal condition.
While running our practitioner retreat in Bali earlier this year I became a little addicted to Swasti’s chia pudding for breakfast. I admit I’ve come a bit late to the whole chia love party, probably because I don’t buy into the “superfood” hype. However, this light but deceptively filling breakfast makes a nice change from muesli. I’ve been enjoying starting the day with some chia pudding topped with fresh fruit and nuts on the warmer mornings.
Speaking of Bali, we’ve set the date for our next practitioner retreat. Our inaugural retreat lived up to its name and we can’t wait to share the magic with a new batch of participants. Don’t forget to register your interest now for Rest, Revitalise & Inspire 2018, to be first-in-line for earlybird rates.
I hope you enjoy the burst of energy that often comes with the return of spring.