Tully Lou

Tully Lou

Tully Humphrey created the Australian active wear label Tully Lou in 2013 as a way to motivate and empower woman to get up and live healthier, happier lives. She believes that when you look good you feel good. Melbourne native Tully is a passionate yoga instructor, designer and health and wellness writer who is spreading her mission and inspiring a crew of stylish, rebellious, powerful and passionate warriors each on their own journey. Meet Tully…

Tell us about your journey, what sparked your passion for the health and wellness industry?

When I was a teenager I was diagnosed with anorexia and depression at the age of about 14 yrs old. After being diagnosed I started to do yoga regularly. At the start I was just doing it for the exercise.

What’s your number one wellness tip?

Don’t deprive yourself! I spent a lot of my younger teenage years depriving myself of all types of food groups, and you know what it didn’t make me any happier!

What’s your one non-negotiable when it comes to your health?

Always eat whole foods + Listen to what your body needs. If you’re craving protein or carbs eat them.

What motto do you live by?

Always follow your heart.

What is your proudest achievement?

Creating TULLY LOU and running a global business.

What are your goals for the future?

I want to create a brand that will inspire and empower woman around the world to live the best life they can. I want to create a brand that is rebellious, powerful…

Tell us something not many people know about you?

I quit school in year 10 and I have to sit on the aisle seat of a plane! (OCD I know!)

Can you share with us one of your favourite recipes?

This is one of my fav sweet treats!

Raw Caramal Balls

Caramel Balls

Ingredients:

1 banana mashed up
2 cups almond meal
¼ cup softened coconut oil
1 cup of desiccated coconut + extra for rolling
100 grams loving earth raw caramel chocolate
Pinch of salt

Method:

Melt down 70 grams of raw caramel chocolate and then mix up with all the other ingredients. Wait a few minutes until mixture has cooled a bit then add the rest of the raw caramel chocolate roughly chopped up into chunks (it leaves big chunky bits of caramel in balls after freezing). Roll into balls and then in desiccated coconut. Pop in freezer for 1 hour – if you can wait that long and boom.

Where can we find you?

Website

Blog

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

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