Self-loving Mantras

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During March & April CHC is celebrating “Self Love”.

Learn how “Self-loving Mantras” could improve your day.

So what is a Mantra?

A mantra is a word or phrase which is repeated often or that expresses someone’s basic beliefs. It is often associated with praying or meditating.  People often use mantra’s to keep them focused & positive. Mantras even have the ability to affect our daily actions.

How do I start?

Start today by picking one self-loving mantra from the list below and repeat the phrase in your mind. You can do this while you are:

  • Eating your breakfast/lunch/dinner
  • On your work break
  • Lying in bed just before you go to sleep
  • Waiting in line for a coffee
  • Sitting in traffic
  • Brushing your hair/teeth
  • Before you start your shift at work

Now because all mantras are different this can mean they provide different benefits. Some may benefit you more than others. Feel free to switch it up if you find one mantra is not making you feel any different. It should only be a matter of days before you start feeling more confident and loved.

Here are ten Mantras I found from an awesome article titled “10 Powerful Self Loving Mantras” by Sarah Samuel

I love myself. I am a beautiful, unique spirit. There is no one else quite like me.

I am worthy of love. As a creature on this earth, I am worthy of being loved and cherished by others. My worth is untarnished by my imperfections or the way others see me.

I am worthy of good things. It is ok to want the best for myself and to pursue the things that bring me joy and happiness.

I can choose positive thoughts. I understand the power of my self-talk and choose to select thoughts that are uplifting and positive.

I let my happiness be visible to others. My happiness overflows from me. I can use my happiness to bring joy to others.

I am strong. I have many strengths that I use to navigate the ups and downs of my life. I am tougher and braver than I look.

I am becoming. I am becoming the person I want to be. Each day, I work to make myself more the person I want to be.

My life is moving forward perfectly. Each bump in the road is there for a reason. Everything is happening according to a greater plan.

I am confident in my decisions. I am the creator of my own destiny. I stand behind the things I do and say.

I surround myself with loving people. I can choose the people I allow into my life. I choose to surround myself with people who love and adore me.


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In spite of the weather the Willoughby community really turned out to learn how to live healthier, more active and better lives at the inaugural Live Well Day celebrations at Chowne Hall Willoughby on Sunday 5th March.

Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney, said it was great to see so many organisations coming together to educate and inspire local families.

“To address rising rates of ‘lifestyle’ diseases in Australia, and here in Willoughby, we really need to empower people to make better decisions regarding their health at the grassroots level,” said Keynote Speaker Michelle Chevalley Hedge.

The Live Well Day event got everyone thinking and talking about their health and provided locals with access to a range of professional advice, while enjoying a fun day out with their families.

Stall Holder Fiona Carter said the local families who attended the event were keen to find out more about diet; exercise and improving health standards.

“There was a constant crowd at the live demonstrations of pilates and self defence with people wanting to watch and learn about the activities.”

Chiropractor Dr Louis Jen said the free spinal screenings were a hit with people of all ages, with many reporting having experienced some form of back or neck pain in the past month or so.

“We checked the posture of a number of people on Sunday and saw quite a few cases of Posture related problems,” Louis Jen said.

“When you bring together local businesses who share the same passion for health and wellness it can only impact the community in a positive way.” said Event Co-ordinator Nicole Te

At the end of the day there were all up 10 prizes that were donated by local businesses and our sponsors. We were very grateful for their donations and those who attended and were lucky enough to win one of these prizes were just as grateful.

Live Well Day Willoughby would not be the event that it was without the contributions from our sponsors such as Kylie Norman from Acorn Press; Willoughby Hotel; Billabong Health Retreat and Golden Door Health retreat from Hunter Valley. As a final note we wish to thank the following businesses that were involved on the day, Studio 84; Uncoil Pilates; A Healthy View; Vt1 academy; Kuringai Gai Yoga; Arbonne; The Bean Team; Top juice and Complete Health Chiropractic. We are already planning for an even bigger event to bring to the community next year.

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You’ve been invited!

“Embrace” the documentary filmed by Taryn Brumfitt uncovers why poor body image has become a global epidemic and what women everywhere can do to have a brighter future. Throughout March &  April we are raising awareness and importance of the act of Self Love by hosting a FREE movie screening of “Embrace” here at Complete Health Chiropractic!

Just email your FULL NAME to to confirm your seat!

Click here to view the “Embrace” Movie Trailer


Healthy Banana Bread!



  • 2 medium bananas (make sure it is very ripe and mashed up)
  • 2 1/2 tbsp (50g) honey
  • 3 1/2 tbsp (50g) butter or coconut oil, melted
  • 4 eggs (~200g)
  • 1/2 cup (55g) coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup (50g) almond meal
  • 3/4 tsp baking soda


1. Preheat your oven to 170C/340F.

2. Grease and line a small loaf tin (21cm x 7.5cm deep loaf tin) and set aside.

In a medium mixing bowl, mash your bananas and add in your honey, melted butter/coconut oil and eggs.

3. Mix in your coconut flour, baking soda and almond meal and allow to sit for two minutes. The mix will look really runny at first, but the coconut flour will soon absorb the liquid and form a thicker batter. It’s more of a pancake batter consistency than a thick cake batter, however, if your mix is extremely liquidy, add in coconut flour one teaspoon at a time.

4. Pour your banana bread mixture into your prepared loaf tin and bake for 40 minutes to an hour (keep an eye on it – cooking times will depend on your pan size) or until your loaf is cooked through and a skewer inserted into the middle removes clean – If your banana bread is browning too quickly but isn’t cooked in the middle, cover it with foil.

5. Allow to cool completely before slicing.

We find this banana bread keeps best in a sealed container in the refrigerator and it will keep for up to a week. You can also freeze the slices by wrapping the slices individually and storing them in a sealed zip lock bag in the freezer.

The Role of Vitamin D & Sunlight

  1. Understand that genetically humans require sunlight exposure for wellness and prevention. Research is clear that sun exposure is healthy, it is sunburns that are unhealthy.
  2. Make sure that on the days that you do not have adequate amounts of sun exposure that you supplement with vitamin D.
  3. The best approach is to expose as much of your skin as possible to the sun FOR A CONTROLLED AMOUNT OF TIME and then to put on protective clothing.  Sunsuits are great for kids, they are cool in the heat, they are great to swim in, and they dry off quickly.
  4. START SLOWLY and gradually increase the amount of time you are in the sun.  Start with 5-10 minute exposures and when you start to darken GRADUALLY increase that time.
  5. When prolonged sun exposure is unavoidable use a safe, natural sunscreens (these are just combinations of healthy natural oils and the minerals zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide). These minerals will stay on the surface of the skin – they protect as a barrier, the oils protect as antioxidants.
  6. Make sure you are sufficient in Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. EPA and DHA fatty acids are important components of healthy skin and research shows that these healthy fatty acids afford protection to your skin from the inside out just as the topical application of healthy oils does from the outside in.
  7. AVOID sunscreens that contain the dangerous chemicals that are toxic and are often either carcinogenic, estrogen-mimicking or both. Remember, anything you apply to the skin gets absorbed into the bloodstream!Sunshine for Article - CHC

Bye For Now But Not Forever


I am sadly ending my time here at Complete Health Chiropractic. My spontaneous, adventurous, 22 year old curiosities have gotten the better of me. I have absolutely loved working with an amazing team who constantly strives to better this world and the community around it through the benefits of chiropractic. But it is now time for me to travel to far-flung places. I will be living in London for 1-2 years, so if anyone finds themselves there I would love to catch up. Wish me luck as I attempt to brave the weather, crowds and lack of quality coffee. I wish you all the very best. Au Revoir!

  • – Robyn Hollis-Brown