Popular Barre Body founder Emma Seibold joins our team

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We’re thrilled to welcome Barre Body creator Emma Seibold as a new contributor to Sporteluxe!

One of Australia’s most respected (and popular) high profile instructors and wellness coaches, Emma is a pioneer of new ways to sculpt and care for our bodies. As well as being the founder of popular pilates-meets-yoga-meets-ballet workout Barre Body, she’s also a yoga instructor, Pilates instructor and holistic health and wellness coach, and has trained at schools in New York, India, Sydney, Melbourne and Byron Bay. She also founded cult juice detox program, Urban Remedy Cleanse.

With an enormous passion for all things relating to health, Sydney-based Emma, a mum of two beautiful young children, tries to live what she teaches: a balanced life filled with exercise and love.

“I am beyond excited to be a contributor to Sporteluxe as I’m uber passionate about health and wellbeing and I can’t wait to share my fitness and healthy living tips with this site’s gorgeous readers,” says Emma. “As I say to my Barre Body clients; it’s my job to challenge you!”

Watch out for regular, original stories and videos from Emma for us! And click here for her first contribution to Sporteluxe, a great 10-minute mat-based “Crazy Legs” workout, designed to help you sculpt and lift your thighs and butt. (And who doesn’t want a tighter derrière, right?) Enjoy!

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Rachel Sharp
As the only media identity in Australia to have edited both luxury fashion and fitness magazines, award-winning journalist Rachel Sharp has worked in Sydney, London and Dubai, holding the position of editor on titles including Harper’s BAZAAR and GRAZIA. In 2012, she successfully launched the Australian edition of Women’s Fitness magazine, which scooped Launch of the Year at the 2013 Publishers Australia Excellence Awards. Equal parts fashion-obsessed and fitness enthusiast, Rachel – who grew up in the idyllic beach town of Port Macquarie and is mum to two young children – holds a Bachelors degree in Medical Science and Masters in Writing for Media. Despite the fact she absolutely loves what she does for a living, Rachel would still rather be surfing or snowboarding than at her computer. Carpe diem!