If you’ve been following our journey on Instagram, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what our holidays look like so, we’ve roped in a friend who loves to travel and knows a thing or two about staying healthy and active on the road.  If you’ve got any secret tips for healthy holidays, we’d love to…

I often refer to anxiety and depression in a single breath but the two are vastly different… as are the tools I use to manage them. What is anxiety?  While there are many types of anxiety disorder, Generalised Anxiety Disorder is defined by Black Dog Institute as “overwhelming and persistent worry about several or many…

Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness or DOMS, is the soreness in your muscles you sometimes feel after a strenuous workout or an activity that engages different muscle to those you most frequently use. Everyone experiences DOMS differently – some may feel this pain frequently when they exercise, and others may feel it very rarely. Some people…

I’ll be the first to put my hand up and say I struggle to stick to a daily meditation practice. Erratic would be the best way to describe it: a little mantra here, a guided chakra meditation there. Some days I’d meditate first thing in the morning. Other days, I’d be about to drift off to…

Have you ever broken a toe? I broke one recently, letting rip with every expletive in the book! Broken toes HURT and there’s nothing to do but tape it up and get on with life as best you can (albeit at a slower pace). But you don’t need a broken toe to remind you how important…

If you’re reading this on a smart phone or tablet, chances are you’ve unknowingly adopted the modern postural (mal)adaptation known as the iHunch. Repeatedly hunching over your device causes the neck and head to jut forward and upper spine to collapse. According to US research, when you look down at your phone to text, check email, or…

I describe myself as a Type A in recovery Type A (adj.) A pattern of behaviour characterised by competitiveness, a sense of urgency, impatience, perfectionism, and assertiveness, and possibly associated with an increased risk of heart disease.  Source: Dictionary.com I was a curious but highly-strung child who never quite fit in so I think, on some…

Our bodies mirror the seasons. Although here in Brisbane the changes are subtle, the impact on body and mind can be significant. As the mornings become cooler, the days shorter and the wind stronger, you may notice that your skin and hair is drier, your metabolism and digestion is slower. Perhaps you’re lacking focus, finding…

Technological, scientific and economic advancements have given us so many benefits, such as longer life span, reduced incidence of disease, the ability to travel almost anywhere and learn about anything. Yet those same advancements have increased our pace of life and made modern life undeniably stressful. Spreading its tentacles far and wide, stress can have…

You’ve received your essential oils… and they’re sitting unopened in the cupboard. I hear this all the time and I get it! Essential oils can be overwhelming if you’ve never used them before but I’m a big fan of experiential learning and encourage you to crack open the bottles. Experiment a little (or a lot)…

Page 1 of 21 2

IGNITE. DELIVER. TRANSFORM. - Vitalita Health & Fitness | ABN 80 925 567 895 - Vitalita Yoga | ABN 81 677 389 057