Having taken over the rest of Australia and currently taking over the world by storm, F45 Training is finally conquering Victorian shores. The newest F45 Training studio has opened its doors in Brighton, Victoria, with many more studios opening in other suburbs of Melbourne in the next few months.
What does F45 Training offer?
F45 Training offers functional team training. F45 stands for Functional and 45 minutes. Functional training adapts or develops exercises which allow individuals to perform the activities of daily life more easily and without injuries.
F45 Training is also fun, fast and effective thus particularly suited to people want to get fit and healthy but have significant time constraints. Participants exercise in a team environment, which keeps them motivated and enthusiastic, and they are in and out within 45 minutes whilst training their muscles in the most effective way to see great results.
For more information, please feel free to call Ryan or Virginia
A: 193A Bay St, Brighton VIC 3186
T: 0488 059 210
Meet Mary Lucas,
Amalocal Ambassador and Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist in the Bayside area.
While bringing up 3 children (along with her husband Rob), Mary has worked for over 10 years in her local area, supporting and educating a huge range of people to manage their health and well-being through healthy eating.
‘Getting back to the basics with your food’ is so important to Mary.
Whether helping someone manage a condition such as diabetes or IBS, or helping them understand how to optimise their health through better eating, Mary always focus on the role of fresh, unprocessed food in the diet.
I am a huge advocate of AmaLocal as I see first hand the effect of poor food choices on my clients’ physical and mental well-being. Let’s spread the word and keep our community well fed and well connected.
For more information about Mary’s services, click on https//www.lucasnutrition.com.au
Meet Annie and Shane Brereton – Our very own Bayside Salvage Merchants
Over the summer of 2017, Annie and Shane travelled along our beautiful Australian coastline. They both were ready for something new, but what? With a goal to work together and build a business for their family, Salvage Merchants was born!
The trip Shane and Annie took was abundant with nature, gorgeous scenery, beautiful camping spots and simple living. It ignited in them a desire to live more gently, creatively and purposefully.
Annie says ‘Our business proposition is built around Rescue, Re-purpose & Reuse. Many of us place very little value on many of the things we purchase and therefore when it is no longer needed, or broken, we simply discard it. We decided we could no longer live like this, and wanted to make a meaningful change in our own lives and also have an impact beyond our family. Salvage Merchants has made us much more aware of the impact of our actions on our world and that we are taking steps, albeit small, to modify our footprint.’
Meet Tania Walker, Amalocal Ambassador and Independent Consultant for Rodan + Fields.
Tania wholeheartedly believes in Amalocal’s philosophy of supporting local businesses, producers and farmers. Tania says “3 years on and I still get that buzz of excitement opening my Amalocal box – the colour and freshness pops!”
In 2016, Tania and her family ventured to Shanghai for a year to live. She was approached to launch Rodan + Fields in Australia and Tania’s immediate response was “YES”. Rodan + Fields was named the no 1 skincare brand in the United States in 2016. Rodan + Fields is developed by two Stanford trained dermatologists who continue to practice while developing great
skin care solutions for men and women.
Meet Lisa Sewards, Bayside artist and bird lover.
My first art exhibition in 2012 was entitled OWL… part proceeds from this exhibition was donated to the Birdlife Australia for their endangered Owl program. I have since been a member and love their dedication to creating a bright future for our Australian birds. The public can be involved in numerous local projects with local experts, and all information is on their website www.birdlife.org.au. Thank you to Amalocal for supporting this not-for-profit organisation and contributing to the protection and conservation of our beautiful native Bayside birds”
Meet Caroline, Aka “Cazz” Stremski (I’m 2nd from left, with the big smile!)
Cazz is a mother of 3 growing boys & a Personal Trainer in the Bayside area.
Cazz is passionate in helping people improve their lives through exercise & positive nutrition. She knows it can be tricky to balance family, work & a healthy lifestyle. Which is where Amalocal plays a role in her family.
Cazz says “I help people get that physical & mental buzz from exercise & Amalocal makes it easy for us all to eat fresh local produce in season. 80% of clean healthy eating comes from being prepared & having fresh healthy food at hand.
I personally love the recipes Amalocal send each week. They compliment my love of cooking with fresh produce and I recommend Amalocal to all my clients.”
Meet Miranda Kremers.
Miranda pushes the boundaries with her photography and often you will find her kids jumping out of cannons or her husband posing for her next creative idea. Her family are her muse! She is eclectic and creative and this can be seen in her images. She has created beautiful memories for families all over Bayside and can be contacted via her website – https://www.mirandakremersphotography.com
In her spare time Miranda loves pots of tea and rides on her cargo bike, She also loves Scandinavian furniture and very colourful shoes!
Meet Jodie Hickey, Amalocal fan and local host of Bayside’s White Ribbon High Tea to Make a Difference
Enjoy a scrumptious High Tea with views of the Bay and across to the city skyline. Join us at Sandy By The Bay for delicious sweet and savoury treats, a glass of bubbles or beer, raffles, silent auctions, live auctions, and games of chance!
Raising money to support White Ribbon in their efforts to fight violence towards women. In memory of Mary Seretis 24 July 1969 – 8 October 2000..this is for all the Mary’s out there – wives, sisters, nieces, mums, cousins, friends, colleagues… one in 4 suffer a form of abuse in their lifetime. And its not just a ladies day either – we welcome men too!