Cassie Mendoza-Jones is a kinesiologist, naturopath and writer for women who feel stuck, unworthy and disconnected to themselves. In working with her, women move into what she calls “heartfelt harmony” – a state of balance, ease and vitality.
Through her Heartfelt Harmony Society courses + guides, eBooks and free resources, she’s here to help you shake up your approach to self-care, self-worth and self-acceptance on every level, while making it all feel like nourishing yourself without feeling guilty for it is the simplest thing in the world. (Truth: it can be.)
Her upcoming book with Hay House is due for release in early 2016, and her lessons and insights have been featured in publications such as Body + Soul, and on popular websites such as Sporteluxe, news.com.au, Vogue.com.au, and smh.com.au. She’s spoken at events and workshops around Australia for a variety of companies, including LinkedIn.
When she’s not working with clients, or creating new books, online courses and programs, she’s getting lost in a good novel, hanging out in a cafe or suiting up for a yoga class.
Meet Cassie + get ready to find the most balanced, centred version of yourself at www.elevatevitality.com.au and www.heartfeltharmony.com.
We’ve all experienced moments in our life where we feel our boundaries have been pushed. And when someone we care about or whose opinion we value presses them, we can be left reeling, confused, hurt and resentful. Here are 6 steps from Cassie Mendoza-Jones to follow to regain your balance next time someone pushes you too far
Feeling run down, flu-struck or just fighting off a niggling illness? This recipe for a delicious, immune-boosting tea by Cassie Mendoza-Jones is quick and easy to make and great for soothing a sore, dry throat or swollen glands
Kale may be a buzz-word for healthy living these days, but what many people don't know is the raw variety thrown into a green smoothie can do more harm than good to your body. Here's why and how to eat kale the safe way, from expert naturopath Cassie Mendoza-Jones
It's easy to turn to food as comfort when things get tough, and even easier to beat ourselves up about it when we do! But there are simple ways to beat the emotional overeating urge, starting with separating myth from fact and embracing these expert fixes
Have you forgotten what it feels like to not be tired? Or are you too busy to put the brakes on, despite being exhausted? Natural health expert Cassie Mendoza-Jones shares seven simple ways to beat both burnout and the guilt we all feel sometimes for slowing down