HOLLY Willoughby has revealed she’s practicing sound baths and meditation as she kicks off a new moon-inspired project.
The This Morning star, 40, launched Wylde Moon – an online space to advocate for women, nourish the soul, explore crystalline energies, and get style advice.
On her new site, she explains how she rediscovered herself by filming I’m A Celebrity in Australia without her family.
She said: âAustralia is the land of alternative therapy, and the city I was in really had all kinds of things for all kinds of people.
âThanks to this wonderful kinesiologist called Josie, I really started to unlock pieces of myself and when I came back to England I knew I didn’t want to stop everything I had learned.
“Now I have things in my own hypothetical toolbox, like meditation and sound baths, that really work for me.”
Holly wants Wylde Moon to help women discover their identity, like her Down Under experience.
She said: âThe most important pillars of WYLDE MOON are to have a real sense of self, to ignite your intuition, to know your self-worth, to nourish your body and soul through music, food, laughter, sex, passion, beautiful things or everything. what precedes.
âI think it’s important that we choose these beautiful things carefully, whether they’re for your home or your body. And it’s not something we should feel guilty about either, because we all love different things Some of them are significant and some of them are quite frivolous, but they all have their place.
Holly has also launched a new podcast on the site and her first guest is Girls creator Lena Dunham.
The couple speak candidly about Lena’s upbringing and her experience as a woman who rose to fame in her twenties and the obstacles that followed.