Ina created her blog "Big Apple Curry" two years ago and it has been going strong ever since. Her passion for Indian cuisine stems from her family heritage and her genuine interest in sharing her recipes with a broader audience.
Katrina has been studying and teaching yoga for the past fifteen years. Her early training was in Ashtanga yoga, but she has been primarily influenced by a unique blend of Hatha, Tantra, and Ayurveda, called "ISHTA Yoga".
Naval Mair's journey in Osteopathy began in 1987. He has been practicing in South West London ever since. Naval uses many elements of Osteopathy amenable to a wide spectrum of clients. Patients range from professional athletes and performing artists to expectant mothers, from new born babies to patients enjoying a fantastic ‘second half’ of life.
Whilst studying fashion design in New Zealand in the early 90s, Content Beauty & Wellbeing founder, Imelda Burke, was just as likely to be found at the local health food shop as she was in the design room. After moving to the UK in 1999, she found sourcing her usual medically prescribed cream for a chronic skin condition very difficult. Imelda set about researching the key active ingredients, only to find the cream contained a less than desirable collection of synthetics ingredients. Horrified that she had been applying this cream to her skin for over 25 years, she took to researching skin care ingredients to replace it with a more natural version.
This reignited interest in natural skincare went hand in hand with the organic food that Imelda had always purchased and complementary therapies that she had always trusted. Imelda soon discovered that there was no “boutique style” environment that provided a luxury shopping experience for those that wanted a selection of natural and organic beauty products. This sparked the idea of Content Beauty & Wellbeing.
The Proust Questionnaire is a questionnaire about one's personality. Its name and modern popularity as a form of interview can be attributed to the responses given by the French writer Marcel Proust. The television host Bernard Pivot, traditionally submitted his literary guests to the Proust questionnaire at the end of the French broadcast Apostrophes. Inspired by this, James Lipton, the host of Inside the Actors Studio, proposed an adapted version of the questionnaire to his guests.
This is my own version...