Sinclo Wellness Blog

Maiden to Mother

Posted by CARLA FINCH

Maiden to Mother
Carla is a new mum to her absolutely adorable son Teo and in this blog talks about her experience from maiden to mother. ⁠

From her own personal experiences from giving birth she was inspired to train to become a doula so she can empower women to make informed decisions about pregnancy, labour and birth.

Beating Fast Fashion

Posted by KYLIE RICKARD

Beating Fast Fashion
With the sustainable movement picking up and people starting to question everything that we have previously accepted as the norm, you may have seen people talking about boycotting 'fast fashion'. Three out of five fast fashion items end up in a landfill and the fashion industry alone is responsible for 8% of carbon emissions. We speak to Kylie Rickard, a Kiwi mum of 2 that originally started a few years ago with a year of buying no new clothes that has turned a focus on slow fashion for her and her family.

#StopAsianHate

Posted by EMMY HAYAKAWA

#StopAsianHate

Q&A with Emmy Hayakawa. We talk with Emmy about her experiences with Asian hate growing up in Australia and as an adult now.

“Defeating racism, tribalism, intolerance and all forms of discrimination will liberate us all, victim and perpetrator alike.” - Ban Ki-Moon

Choosing to want more

Posted by ROMONY ARCHER

Choosing to want more
Romony gives an honest and truly moving story of her struggles with PCOS, Endometriosis and her journey into womanhood. ⁠

The change to accepting natural medicine

Posted by EMILY FEWTRELL

The change to accepting natural medicine
Emily Fewtrell is an acupuncturist and is the owner of Embody Acupuncture. Here she gives us an insight into what acupuncture is, the benefits of it and a little bit of her journey to becoming an acupuncturist.

Soul Sustainability

Posted by DANIELLE MITCHELL

Soul Sustainability
We’ve all heard the importance of self care, self love and self acceptance. But how do we navigate these foreign concepts with no road map or sense of direction? The journey of 2020 was a catalyst for change in my soul, with every hard lesson blooming into bittersweet resilience. Looking back, I thought ‘the worst year ever’ had turned life completely upside down, when in fact it was actually turned the right way up.

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words? They’re way worse.

Posted by TRENT SINCLAIR [HE/HIM]

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words? They’re way worse.
Trent discusses and shows an insight in to what it's like to be gay in todays society. From a young age, Trent found his love and passion for dance and musical theatre. He is now an emerging artist and has appeared in a big variety of roles around the country.

Finding a passion for the environment

Posted by BRITT BENTLEY

Finding a passion for the environment
An insight into Britt Bentley's transition into working towards a more sustainable world. Britt is studying a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Biology with minors in Earth Science and Sustainable Environments for Health. She also volunteers for Sea Shepherd and has done some incredible work changing company sustainability commitments. 

Welcome to Sinclo Wellness Blog

Posted by KATE CREWE

Welcome to Sinclo Wellness Blog
An introduction to Kate - the co-owner of Sinclo and to the Sinclo Wellness Blog!

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