Skye Mallon

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Skye is a Transformation Coach and Lifestyle Blogger who helps people achieve their best selves inside and out. She encourages everyone to love their bodies more! And believes that together we can achieve anything! If you can visualise it, you can have it. She is passionate about all things wellness, fitness and fashion. And that the mind, body and soul should always interlink.
She specialises in coaching Jump Rope HIIT paired with Bodyweight, Strength, Yogalates, Boxing and Kickboxing movements. She has a keen interest in high-quality, activewear apparel and represents different brands. Lastly, she believes that the best results are achieved by doing something you love! The point is to have fun, explore more and get outside of your comfort zone.

Facilitates fun, fit, adventure retreats in Watamu, Kenya.
Bachelor of the Arts Degree in Fashion at LISOF.
Jump Rope HIIT Coach and Professional Jump Roper
Pilates Teacher Training Certificate.
Budokon Yoga and Mixed Martial Arts Enthusiast and aspiring Teacher/Yogi.

water [longevity live]

Water is as simple as H2O can get and yet we constantly underestimate its power. I don’t think any of us would’ve guessed that we would be paying high prices for fancy ‘health’ water. Now, look at us. There are so many harmless, yet unnecessary products available in the wellness

plant-based options [longevity live]

Plant-based options that mimic the taste and texture of meat are taking over the market. Money is being poured into these plant-based options and cultured meat industries. New developments are on their way, that’s for sure. More people are cutting back on their meat and it’s getting easier to do

bamboo cups [longevity live]

Bamboo cups have been the hype for the most eco-friendly and sustainable alternative to disposable coffee cups for a while now. If you go into your local store, I’m confident you will come across these. But what would you say if I told you that they might not be as

travel [longevity live]

Travel is on the cards for most of us and what’s a life worth living if you can’t? Today, we are seeing the horrific effects of urbanization and pollution on the environment. We’ve realized that travel is beneficial to our mental health and not just for exploration. Yet, we are

plant fall [longevity live]

Plant fall vegetables now so that you can enjoy fresh and tasty vegetable dishes before the real weather hits. Nobody enjoys a cold winter where they can’t prepare hearty lentil and vegetable soups or stews. We encourage you to eat more plant-based but to do that you need to have

children [longevity live]

Children born into today’s world are automatically exposed to a ton of worldwide problems. We often forget to think about how this is affecting them and what it must feel like to be born into a world like this. As a result, many of our kids are feeling completely overwhelmed

drinking bottles [longevity live]

Drinking bottles of kombucha is quickly taking control of the health market. More and more people are including this fizzy concoction into their daily lifestyles. I find it kind of funny how fast people latch onto these health trends. Most of which don’t even know much about the product, its

transform taste [longevity live]

You can transform the taste and quality of the food that you prepare without too much effort. Just because you’re cooking today doesn’t mean you have to stress yourself out about it. I think because we all get very busy during the week, cooking a healthy meal feels like a

stem cells [longevity live]

Stem cells for baldness? Could this be a reality? Scientists could use stem cells to reverse the effect of baldness which has plagued humans for millions of years. We would all feel so much joy! Perhaps the headlines are right. Maybe there really is an international breakthrough cure and we

fat loss [longevity live]

Love handles and fat loss are common issues and tend to get worse as we get older. The problem is that our metabolisms begin to slow down and usually our activity levels decrease with them. As a result, we don’t burn as many calories as we once did. That’s why