Seeking a Christmas gift for your fit friend? Planning ahead for your own New Year health goals? Look no further than The Wellness Guide: Sydney’s ultimate resource for healthy food, fitness, and the body, mind and soul.
Ranging from conscious eating and meditation, to high-intensity interval training and specialty health-food stores, The Wellness Guide covers all the essentials for creating a holistic, healthy lifestyle.
Available for just $30, this comprehensive coffee table book makes a practical, great value gift for the holiday season – whether buying for serious fitness enthusiasts, the office Secret Santa or your Insta foodie cousin.
Founder and publisher of The Wellness Guide, Hugo Taylor Black, says the book was a labour of love that he hopes will inform and inspire readers about Sydney’s passion for wellbeing.
“We have scoured the city to bring you the best in food, fitness, body, mind and soul, all in one beautiful book, with the hope it’ll light the way on your wellness journey – or to inspire a new one,” he says.
The book also includes a range of articles and interviews with big names in wellness, including healthy cook Scott Gooding; self-love teacher and best-selling author Melissa Ambrosini; former Commonwealth Games competitor Mark Brewer, and JSHealth guru Jessica Sepel.
The Food section showcases the diverse, innovative and nutritious trends among Sydney eateries and providores. From wholesome home-cooking and nutritious takeaway to flavourful fine-dining, there’s something for everyone.
Featuring a broad spectrum of studios and classes, including boxing and martial arts, Pilates and yoga, spin, gymnastics, bootcamp, circuit training, the Fitness section showcases a range of unique sessions you may have never even heard of.
If your focus is on the big three – Body, Mind & Soul – you’ll find the best locations that will soothe your being, from traditional treatments to the cutting-edge.
For more in-depth reading, there’s though-provoking conversations around self-love, mindfulness, preventative treatment and the importance of giving back to the community.
Oh, and if you prefer to look at pretty pictures, they’ve got you covered.