The Wellness Influencers You Need to Follow Now
She’s written books about mastering your mean girl, grown a successful brand around her business acumen and has an Insta account you can’t stop scrolling. Meet Melissa Ambrosini, a one woman wellness juggernaut who practices what she preaches. And preach she does, with programs, videos, meditations, books, podcasts, goddess groups and public speaking events, it’s easy to see why she has such a loyal following.
As the founder and creator of Barre Body, a boutique fitness studio based in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and online, Emma is the queen of making workouts fun and effective. Her unique style of barre that fuses yoga and pilates with traditional ballet techniques, has women lining up thanks to the way the workout changes your body. Her latest venture, The Flow in Byron Bay is opening in May and we can’t wait to see her transform the fitness space with this exciting new class. Sharing insights into her life, quick and easy workouts you can do in your lounge room and inspirational quotes via her social media accounts, Emma is definitely one worth following.
Carly Morgan Gross
Feeling like you’ve lost your mojo? Carly is on a mission to help you reclaim it. As an advocate for self-love, sensuality, feminine power and finding your true, impassioned path in life, she’s the modern-day feminist whose message is clear: you are enough. With courses on offer and a deeply spiritual element to her work, it’s not for everyone, but if you’re ready it could be all you need to go to the next level in life. Take a look and see for yourself.
If it’s deep, soul-moving words you covet look no further than Alex Elle, a New York-based author and self-care educator who writes books, quotes, notes and hosts workshops to nourish the spirit and open your mind. Looking at themes like resilience and how you can use writing as a form of self-care, she’s quickly gaining popularity for her feel-good approach to life.
Liz is a writer, photographer, recipe developer and the creator of EatWell Europe, the first healthy travel guide for major European cities but it’s her website, Sprouted Routes, that offers up the tastiest treats. With healthy alternatives to common favourites like mac ‘n cheese and muffins, she’s a talented cook whose recipes are actually good for you. Enjoy!
Words by Yasemin Trollope, image under license of Shutterstock.com.