Inner beauty is a never-ending journey of discovery, one that is truly captivating and so worth it, writes Jo-Ann Prinsloo, the new host of Health For Mzansi’s weekly podcast.
Inner beauty is more than outward appearance, but rather how you accept, transform, and celebrate the beauty within yourself. In this Health For Mzansi podcast episode, we tackle the topic of inner beauty.
We spend thousands of Rands on the latest fashion trends, purchase make-up that we don’t really need, and spend our precious time on tips and tricks on how to lose 10 kilograms in only seven days. With all of that being said, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to look good, but the real question is… Do you feel good?
To be seen and felt
Inner beauty is a complex subject that cannot be defined by one thing and is comprised of many different things. It is not physically tangible, like a toned bicep or perfectly micro-bladed eyebrows, yet it can be seen and felt.
It is whenever someone walks in the room and immediately catches the attention of many just with a smile or greeting, or when someone is so led by their purpose-filled life that it brings about a glow to their entire being.
Claudia van Schalkwyk, a holistic transformation coach, knows all about this journey of transformation that led her on a path to not only accept her outer body as beautiful but to also pay attention to and cultivate her inner beauty. Van Schalkwyk uses various methods and techniques to encourage health and wellness so that people can not only look good but also be and feel the best versions of themselves.
In the podcast, Van Schalkwyk explains that cultivating inner beauty and wellness is an all-inclusive process. One where you can reach inner peace.
In the episode, Van Schalkwyk also discusses:
- What we put into our bodies (nutrition);
- How we move with our bodies (physical exercise); and
- Spirituality (relationship with self, God and others).
Listen to the full interview on the Health For Mzansi podcast:
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