ABOUT SARAH

Sarah Griffiths is a divine creator and magic seeker. She coaches and facilitates others to reframe their beliefs, uncover their own mastery, unlock their limitless potential and create a reality that lights them up.

Sarah is better known to many as Wheelie Momma blogger. Sarah has cerebral palsy since birth which means she uses a wheelchair, something which she actively fought against most of childhood and teenage years. This steely determination served her well and saw her graduate from university, pass her driving test, buy a house, do 2 skydives, travel, get married and have 2 amazing children.

Her journey of awakening really began during her first pregnancy when she discovered bio energy healing and meditation to help deal with chronic pregnancy sickness. This was the turning point when Sarah realised her body and mind’s true power and ability to heal itself. She also realised that while we can’t always consciously control what happens in life, we always have the gift of being able to choose how we react to it.

Fast forward 3 years and Sarah has cured herself of a debilitating back condition and fully embraced her “Wheelie Momma” self to encourage others to reach for the stars regardless of any perceived limitations through her empowerment coaching programme “Mastery in Motion”

She’s now a sought after motivational speaker, she has an online magazine Wheelie Momma Life, is a Gentlebirth antenatal instructor and a published author with her first children’s book “My Mum’s A Superhero” while also working on her autobiography “Keepin’ it Wheel”

Sarah is also highly intuitive and uses this gift along side her empowerment coaching programme to open other’s hearts and minds to their own divinity, perfection and limitless potential

 

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16 years ago, age just 15, Suzie Ma, founder and CEO of Tropic headed off to Greenwich Market in London with 50 pots of body scrub she'd made in her mum's kitchen using a recipe given to her by her grandmother. Suzie wanted to help her mother as they had just moved to the UK from Australia to get away from her Dad. Suzie's mum didn't speak a word of English and couldn't work and the bills were mounting up.
Suzie potted the body scrub in jam jars and printed labels in school bearig the name Tropic, she borrowed pritt stick from school and stick on the labels. Taking 1 pot as a tester young Suzie worked tirelessly the whole day on the market, asking passers by to literally lend her their hand so she could demo the scrub, showing them the dead skin cells in the water that the scrub removed as she washed it off. 🤢
On that first day on the market Suzie sold all 49  of her pots and she was able to present her mother with £980 which more than paid the bills!! What an incredible achievement at such a young age! This tenacity and innovation is one of the many reasons I'm so proud to be part of Tropic as well as the fact that Suzie's primary motivation was, and still is, not her own gain but being able to make a difference to the lives of others ❤️
I just love the fact that the luxurious body scrub is still on sale today. And while the packaging has had a gorgeous upgrade (no pritt stick in sight!) the beautiful scrub is pretty much exactly the same as it was on that first day of trading.. absolutely heavenly!

Don't just take my word for it! Try it yourself and fall in love with it and your silky smooth skin 😍

https://vimeo.com/370103435?ref=em-share

https://shop.ami.co/sarahgriffiths_1/tropic-skincare/p/1BSL-006f3abb9407

#wheeliemomma #wheeliemommalife #tropic #tropiclove #bodysmooth #smallbeginnings #veganbeauty #dreamsdometrue #dreambig #changeyourmindchangeyourlife #changetheworld
16 years ago, age just 15, Suzie Ma, founder and CEO of Tropic headed off to Greenwich Market in London with 50 pots of body scrub she'd made in her mum's kitchen using a recipe given to her by her grandmother. Suzie wanted to help her mother as they had just moved to the UK from Australia to get away from her Dad. Suzie's mum didn't speak a word of English and couldn't work and the bills were mounting up. Suzie potted the body scrub in jam jars and printed labels in school bearig the name Tropic, she borrowed pritt stick from school and stick on the labels. Taking 1 pot as a tester young Suzie worked tirelessly the whole day on the market, asking passers by to literally lend her their hand so she could demo the scrub, showing them the dead skin cells in the water that the scrub removed as she washed it off. 🤢 On that first day on the market Suzie sold all 49 of her pots and she was able to present her mother with £980 which more than paid the bills!! What an incredible achievement at such a young age! This tenacity and innovation is one of the many reasons I'm so proud to be part of Tropic as well as the fact that Suzie's primary motivation was, and still is, not her own gain but being able to make a difference to the lives of others ❤️ I just love the fact that the luxurious body scrub is still on sale today. And while the packaging has had a gorgeous upgrade (no pritt stick in sight!) the beautiful scrub is pretty much exactly the same as it was on that first day of trading.. absolutely heavenly! Don't just take my word for it! Try it yourself and fall in love with it and your silky smooth skin 😍 https://vimeo.com/370103435?ref=em-share https://shop.ami.co/sarahgriffiths_1/tropic-skincare/p/1BSL-006f3abb9407 #wheeliemomma #wheeliemommalife #tropic #tropiclove #bodysmooth #smallbeginnings #veganbeauty #dreamsdometrue #dreambig #changeyourmindchangeyourlife #changetheworld