All of our Glow For Life guests are encouraged to sit in the hot seat, get a little personal and tell us more about themselves. Emma Sutherland from Darling Health in East Balmain talks the Sydney Harbour Bridge, being comfortable in your skin and toxins.

1. If you could have a billboard anywhere in the world where would it be and what would the message be?

Sydney Harbour Bridge. “Do what you love, be what you love.”

2. If you could go back and talk to yourself at any age in the past what would you tell yourself and why?

It would be at 20.  I would tell myself that no one cares what your skin looks like and to stop wasting energy obsessing over tiny marks that no one would even notice.

3. What is your opinion on the current state of obesity in the world and what do you think needs to be done to change things?

Obesity rates are way too high!  Some reasons include portion sizes and having biggest meals at night, but the biggest one is the exposure that we have to toxins. A fat cell is made up of 25% toxins, so if we decrease our chemical load by using less toxic cleaning products, face creams, cosmetics etc. – in turn it will assist in losing more fat.

4. If you were a super hero what would your super power be and why?

For everyone to be able to feel love in their heart – if you have a heart full of love then you do great things and are a greater contributor to the world  

If you would like a consult with Emma then visit her website and make an appointment.

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Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith is the Founder of Glow For Life, with personal experience acting as the driving force for her passion to make a positive difference to the health and wellness of others.

Danielle tipped the scales at 30kg overweight in her childhood years and was a constant target for bullying. After making the decision to lose weight, Danielle moved to the opposite end of the spectrum, battling anorexia and bulimia for several years. Due to these early issues in her childhood she suffered from health issues later on in life like IBS, an underactive thyroid, nutrient deficiencies which lead to fatigue where she has spent countless hours and dollars with doctors, naturopaths and numerous allied health professionals trying to identify what was wrong.

After a lengthy recovery process, Danielle was able to build a healthy relationship with food, exercise and body image and made this a core priority in her life.

Unfortunately, a corporate career path with no passion or personal motivation caused Danielle’s priorities to slip, with health, fitness and attitude to life all taking a back seat.

The ‘Glow moment’ that Danielle had was a telephone call informing her that her mother was going to die. She was sick with jaundice, had a tracheotomy in her throat, was on a dialysis machine and her body was not receiving the nutrients required. The next day her father was admitted to hospital with renal failure.

Having experienced first-hand what can happen when you don’t prioritise health and wellness, Danielle knew it was her purpose to help educate and assist people to make positive changes in their lives to ensure that they are the ultimate version of themselves.

This was the catalyst for Danielle to quit her corporate career, study fulltime and begin her “Glow for Life” journey.

Since taking the plunge, Danielle has worked as a Personal Trainer at Soultrain in Woolloomooloo and as a Sport Massage therapist for the GWS Giants and worked with Julia Russell Massage therapy with such sports teams like The NSW Waratahs, South Sydney Rabbitohs, West Tigers and the NSW Cricket team.  She has just recently returned from spending time in New York training with some of the elite trainers at Equinox Greenwich in Manhattan and Celebrity Trainer from Muscle Manhattan, as well as training in Thailand at a Muay Thai training camp,  with current Muay Thai champion fighters.

Danielle is currently working with individuals, couples and families as well as in the corporate space, promoting health and wellness in the workplace and in general life.