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Who we are

Whealthy Life was created by Caro Keatings to provide a pathway to better health through movement classes, lifestyle products and education.

Through her years as a movement teacher, Caro came to realise that she had access to so many incredible resources and believes that those resources should be available to everyone.

The result, is Whealthy Life

About our founder

Caro is a movement educator and teacher trainer in Pilates and the GYROTONIC®method. Her passion has always been helping people learn how to become pain free and teaching them how to become more aware of their own bodies so that movement becomes enjoyable again.

In her time as a teacher she has met amazing practitioners in many different disciplines and loves that there is always something new to learn about the body.

Her dream is for everyone to have access to the cutting edge information and products that she has the privilege of being exposed to whilst working in the health and wellness industry.

She is discerning about who she sees and strives to bring you the best of the best in products, thoughts and movements of the moment.

Caro has four children and is committed to leaving a healthy Earth for them to enjoy. This and her love of nature and quiet spaces informs the context for this project.

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