If the USA has Kris Carr and Australia Jessica Ainscough, Polly Noble is definitely the European health & healing bright shining ambassador who shares an incredibly strong message with us. Because of her authentic, hearth centred and down to earth way of telling her own story, Polly is loved across the oceans and enlightens the people all around the world. 
Polly's passion about health and the desire to serve the community shines through all her work. I am super honoured to let you meet the loving Maltipoo mama, who likes how it feels to dance and be silly, loud, honest, blunt, and upfront. Who would not love this mix? 

You are a health & raw food coach, successful wellness entrepreneur and teacher. You are the founder of pollynoble.com and “The noble kitchen” plus you co-(created) two ebooks, have written a paperbook and 4 ebooks. What is your vision & mission?

Quite simply, I want to give people the tools to upgrade their health and happiness so they can live a life they love. The mission statement I have pinned on my bathroom wall reads, “my mission; to inspire others to live a healthier and happier life and to do everything in their power to achieve this in every moment.”

What turned you into a green juice / raw food junkie? Where there any habits you found hard to give up?

My cancer diagnosis at 24 was the catalyst that turned me onto juicing and the idea that they body can heal itself. At first, I just added to my diet rather than take a lot of it away and gradually my desire for ‘naughty things’ faded and even to this day my sweet tooth is a lot more under control than it used to be pre diagnosis.

What advice would you give to someone who is just starting his or her journey to a healthier/cleaner lifestyle?

ADD in. Start by adding a juice or smoothie. Or just commit to have one meal as raw, alkaline and as clean as possible. You will notice that the cleaner and greener you eat, the more often you will crave it and the less you will desire the ‘naughty’ foods.

What snacks and meals do you prepare when you are super busy?

Now is a super busy time for me as I’m working on my next book while also juggling a few other projects so juices, smoothies, fruit, nuts and seeds are my go to staples but I try to make sure i take a good half hour to hour for lunch to ensure I get a break from my laptop.

What is your sneaky treat?

It’s not really sneaky or a treat because it’s healthy but I love creamy chia pudding as its really comforting and makes me feel like I’m being naughty!

Do you practice yoga? How does your yoga practice look like? 
How do you live yoga on the mat and off the mat?

I love Jivamukti yoga because of its yogic philosophical nature and the connection of yoga and veganism. Off the mat, I try to be as accepting and loving of myself and others that being on the mat allows me to be and feel.

Which traditions / teachers / books are influencing your yoga practice the most?

At the moment, I am drawn to Kathryn Budig and Tara Stiles. For some reason I haven’t felt drawn to read about yoga but thinking about it, it is something I would like to do at some point.

What advice would you give a new yogi in regards of practicing yoga?

Go with whatever class or teacher that you feel pulled towards. Don’t try to compete with everyone else and rest when you need to.

The ‘Yogic’ intention is to Practice & Evolve. What does that mean for you?

For me, this means that the more time you put into your yoga practice, the more benefits you reap in all areas of your life as you progress. Yoga just allows you to become more of you.

How do you live a wholehearted life?

By following my heart and intuition, saying no to the things I don't want to do and walking my talk. In this life I feel it’s important for everyone to love themselves and make themselves happy by following their heart and this in turn leads to living a wholehearted life.

Which projects are you currently working on and what are your plans for the future?

I’m currently writing my second book which I am very excited about. I have just opened a juice bar with my friend called The Core and launched my food brand The Noble Kitchen so I’ll be focusing on branching out into other franchises. Next year I will be concentrating more on retreats, talks and workshops as I love meeting my followers and hearing what they have to say.

                                                                  A VINYASA WITH POLLY

I want to live in a world where … animals don’t get killed for their meat or for animal testing and there were stricter rules with regards to the sugar, oils and preservatives that are used in many foods that are the majority of the worlds primary food source.

My favorite
·      green juice/ smoothie is…

  • 1 lemon
  • 3 leaves dinosaur kale
  • ½ cucumber
  • 2 stalks celery
  • 1inch ginger
  • 1 apple

·      yoga posture is… Savasana ;o) and triangle

My least favorite

·      vegetable is… aubergine
·      yoga posture are… standing asanas

Post yoga / exercise snacks I love…smoothies, celery with almond butter and raisins, kale chips

My three personal health tips are… hydrate, add in the goodness,juice!

Three things I would take to a remote island… my laptop(!), juicer & pillow

The ‘place to be’ for me is… by the ocean

Two non-negotiable lifestyle choices of mine are…
doing what I want with the day according to what my heart tells me and juicing.

When I take a day ‘off’ I … see friends, read, catch up on my favourite tv shows, meditate.

A favorite quote that truly inspires me…
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be?" Marianne Williamson

I am currently reading… Hot, Healthy Happy by my friend Dr Christy Fergusson.

Changer(s) and shifter(s) who inspire(s) my work the most…
(I go through stages) but the main gamechangers for me have been and are Kris Carr, Gabby Bernstein, Bethenny Frankel & Marie Forleo.

Connect with Polly:


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PollysPath

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pollynoble


Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/pollynoble/

Instagram:  http://instagram.com/pollynoble

                                                   Polly's Creamy Chia Pudding Recipe: 

Combine the chia and milk in a bowl, stir ensuring all chia seeds are submerged. Leave for 10minutes. Return to the bowl and stir again. Add the blueberries and gojis and enjoy.

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