Ageing. It is a beautiful privilege to get to age but with it comes a lot of *stuff* that can be a bit confusing to say the least. There is that first grey hair, the first deep-set wrinkle, the first time you notice your skin sagging a little plus a million other “firsts”. Each of them are strange, shocking and new. But each of them are a blessing and most importantly; totally bloody normal!
Most of us reach adulthood with genuinely very little idea how to live inside a human body. Our education leaves us ill-prepared for what lay ahead…
Hi everyone, I am Tammy, one of the Senior Instructors at Corethentic and I was lucky enough to escape the cold of my hometown, Melbourne, and spend the last week of my uni break in beautiful Palm Cove — a small beach located in Cairns, QLD. During the week I snorkeled the reef, ate fresh seafood, made new furry friends (there are SO many gorgeous dogs in Palm Cove), caught up with old friends, practiced yoga, and meditated daily.
In the video linked above, I demonstrate one of the yoga flows I practiced while I was away and have…
Dear Kind Soul,
As you may or may not know, I’ve have had many invisible illnesses (Crohn’s Disease & IBS, OCD, PTSD, Anxiety and Depression) for most of my life, and whilst I haven’t been too shy about sharing that fact in the last few years, like most people with invisible illness I have found that it can be like living half of your life hiding in the dark for large periods of time. No one wants to share the gory details of their pain with the world, and frankly, if we do it doesn’t always work in our favour…
Like many of you, I was raised to be humble. But being humble nearly crushed me and my early business pursuits. Its taken many years of consistent work (and it is an active, rather than passive process) for me to begin letting go of some of my humbleness, and instead embrace my worthiness. So why should you consider being less humble?
When you are humble to a fault, your behavior can be interpreted as compliant. So you become known as the person who “won’t mind” when something doesn’t go according to plan. You will often be the person who has…
Looking for a quick meal that everyone will eat, but still keeps your health goals in check? We have a recipe for you that covers all the bases with zero guilt!
Serves 4 people. Prep 5 Mins. Cooking 15 mins.
500 g Turkey Mince
1 Can Diced Tomatoes
2 Chicken or Vegetable Stock Cubes
2 Cloves Garlic Crushed
1 Diced Red onion
1 Diced Red Capsicum
1 Bunch of Silverbeet Diced finely (optional)
1 Tablespoon Tomato Paste
1/2 Broccoli (florets and stalks cut evenly into small pieces)
1 Bag Cauliflower Rice or Bag of Zoodles
Pinch of Pepper
At Corethentic we believe in dreaming big and executing even bigger! As the creator of Corethentic, I am always thinking about ways to make this company much more than a platform for exercise. I want to create a wellness movement that truly encourages people to get to know their bodies and minds, because the happier and healthier we make ourselves, the happier and healthier the world around us will become!
Very soon our online dance fitness program will be going live publicly. We have worked exceptionally hard to make sure it is everything that you want and need for a…
The research that exists between mental health and exercise has been around for a long time. But few coaches and organisations put the study into practice. Here at Corethentic we want to be as helpful to as many people as we can and believe adamantly that exercise is for every person and that every person needs exercise.
For those with a mental illness or an unbalanced lifestyle it can be difficult to find an exercise routine or trainer that understands and works toward helping them on both good and bad days.
I have largely been a “black-thumb” when it comes to gardening killing everything in sight including lucky bamboo; but recently discovered I have more of a “green-thumb” when it relates to herbs and plants that can be used for health benefits. There is something to be said for creating a self-sustaining supply of nutrition for yourself and your family. It is yet another way to absorb truly organic produce which can only lead to better health long term. It’s also a fantastic way to eliminate the everyday excuses that stop us from cooking fresh, nutritious foods at home! …
I have always believed that exercise is one form of self-love. And like exercise, the art of self-love is something that takes practice and consistency to be effective. Studies have been done that show that when we love ourselves we are far better at loving others, and additionally we are often better at our jobs, studies, businesses, sleep, eating, exercise and a myriad of other things. So here is a tool you can use to bring self-love into your life:
I set aside 3 moments in my week for acts of self-love. On a Sunday I take a few minutes…
Conversations about meditation tend to divide people into two factions; the “I believe in meditation” and the “Meditation is a load of #$%&” groups. In my experience the latter usually have not tried it, don’t understand how it works, or have only tried one type. I used to be in the latter category myself. Years ago I had a really bad run where it seemed like life just wanted to kick me when I was already down. I spent a lot of time in hospitals, having exploratory surgeries and due to the stress and anxiety of my undiagnosed medical issues…
Corethentic is a complete Wellness system. We help all people live their best quality of life; tackling Chronic Pain & Illness Management in person and at home.