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Starting a healthy habit is easy.
Sticking to it is the hard part.
You’ve had great plans to kick start that new healthy habit but the busyness takes over and you struggle more than ever to do the things that are good for your health and wellbeing.
The things you know that, if you got a chance to do them, would make the difference between feeling low on energy and feeling your best.
But what if I told you that there was a way to feel better every single day, a way that allowed you to get through your daily to-do list whilst also drawing YOURSELF into the picture?
And what If I told you that this approach meant you could do something to benefit your health WITHOUT it taking up hours of your time?
I’m Julie and looking after your OWN health just got ten times easier.
I’m a pilates teacher and creator of The Lifetonic Club, a community that I started to help and support overstretched professional woman, just like you, build a simple and realistic wellness routine that flexes around you and the busyness of your life.
It’s an approach that makes doing the things that are GOOD for you EASY to fit in, even on the busy days.
Something I bet you never thought possible!
When I was in the thick of it, grafting away and putting myself to the bottom of the list, I would never have even considered that there was a different way to do things; my ‘all or nothing’ brain wouldn’t allow it.
As an ex-marketing professional, I lived life in the fast lane for over 20 years, barely pausing to draw breath. I’ve delivered award winning marketing campaigns for some of the world’s biggest blue chip brands including Barclaycard, Nokia and Microsoft.
In 2015 I lost my Dad to terminal cancer and went on to help establish the first National Network for the Treatment of Mesothelioma in Scotland and in 2021 I cared for my mum through two rounds of life saving bowel cancer surgery and chemotherapy.
So I know it’s hard when you’re caught in the push and pull of doing and being. I know it leads to exhaustion, overwhelm, burn out, fatigue and chronic pain.
I know what it’s like to think you ‘should’ be doing this and you ‘should’ be doing that. And I know that voice in your head that tells you, you should be doing better as you endlessly scroll through Instagram comparing yourself to everyone else.
But building those all important habits to support your wellbeing shouldn’t be about taking perfect action, benchmarking yourself or setting unrealistic standards. That’s a non-starter.
Instead, how about starting right where you’re at?
The Lifetonic Club meets you where you’re at by helping you to build healthy habits in small but intentional ways; ‘tiny tonics’ that show up every day in your routines helping you to become healthier, fitter and happier in a way that’s right for YOU, not your Instagram feed!
We favour small, practical steps, underlined by messy, imperfect action. No green plants, no perfect backdrop, no flashy lululemons necessary.
The Lifetonic Club will delight, inspire and educate you to live your healthiest life, without having to go chasing that feel good factor; we know that’s just not realistic when you’re busy.
If you’re ready to build an easy habit into your day, one that’s going to strengthen and protect your body for the long road, then I would love you to download my FREE 5 simple everyday pilates exercises.
Your goal – just fit them into your day whenever it suits you.
Looking forward to seeing you on the mat, and in our community, soon!
5 fun things about me…
I live in Edinburgh, which is the capital city of Scotland. It’s light in the summer, dark in the winter and rains – a lot – but it’s home and I love it.
I love good coffee, good wine and good company – just not necessarily in that order!
My boyfriend is an orthopedic hip and knee surgeon on the NHS – he’s a pretty wonderful human who loves pilates!
I’m a volunteer for one of Scotland’s leading Cancer Networks, a network that I helped to establish by lobbing the Scottish Government.
I’m currently working towards achieving my Level 4 Pilates certification so as I can continue in my journey to help rehabilitate people from injury or surgery.