Sam is an advocate for holistic health, wellbeing and natural beauty.
Samantha Sample is an advocate for holistic health and well-being. She is the founder of Be Genki, the animal, environment, everything-friendly brand, that advocates a holistic approach to beauty and self-care using only the purest essential oils, luxurious ingredients and lifestyle recommendations to help inspire holistic health and happiness.
She is also the author of Be Happy. Be Healthy. Be Genki.; and is regularly interviewed for her advice to be featured in the health and beauty pages of leading Australian magazines.
What makes Sam’s approach unique is her holistic approach in helping to improve the health and happiness in her customers, clients and readers’ day-to-day lives, by addressing all aspects of life: relationships, work, nutrition, ‘you’ time, exercise, education, inspiration and relaxation; by drawing down on her diverse background of Holistic Nutrition, Make-Up Artistry, Skin Care and Image Training, Physical Education (Fitness), Aromatherapy, Vipassana Meditation, Aura-Soma and Access Consciousness.Sam enjoys inspiring holistic health and happiness not only via Be Genki, but through personalized consultations and as a writer and blogger providing tips on how to incorporate daily self-caring rituals that promote inner health and harmony in the face of life’s little pressures.
Sam’s latest project is the creation and development of www.benaturallyou.com, the go-to destination to inspire a more naturally beautiful you.“It’s my belief that we all have the ability to create and enjoy a fulfilling, exciting, loving, adventurous, happy and healthy life. The only thing stopping us is ourselves. This is the very essence of Be Genki… to help inspire holistic happiness by implementing happy and healthy changes to your lifestyle".
“We all deserve to radiate with positive energy, starting the day packed full of motivation and maintain that lively feeling throughout the day; handle ordinary day-to-day stress calmly and with confidence; end the day peacefully, slipping in to bed relaxed before easing in to a tranquil sleep. We also deserve to have and maintain loving and nurturing relationships with other people and, more importantly, with yourself.... Read more.
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