ONE STORY: Sarah Ferguson
At ONE Mind.Body.Soul, we have had the honor of playing a part in many people's wellness journeys. Today we would like to share the story of one of our extraordinary brand ambassadors, Sarah Ferguson.
Sarah is one inspirational individual. Not only is she a record-holding endurance swimmer, outstanding physiotherapist and Pilates instructor, but she is also the founder of Breathe, an NPC that aims to eliminate throwaway plastic pollution by inspiring people to live deeply and tread lightly.
In March 2019, as part of the global Swim Against Plastic campaign (in association with Plastic Oceans International and Breathe Ocean Conservation), Sarah became the first person to complete a circumnavigation swim around Easter Island. Completing the 63.5 km swim in 19 hours 8 minutes, Sarah was awarded the Guinness World Record as the first person to complete this route successfully.
We decided to catch up with Sarah to find out a bit more about her journey with health, fitness and Ozone Therapy.
Q: What was it that first got you interested in a health and fitness journey?
A: I have been an athlete for many years. As such, I have always been aware of the importance of health and fitness. I decided to study physiotherapy when I was in grade 11 at school and wanted to help people excel at what they do in a pain-free way.
Q: How did you find out about ONE.Mind.Body.Soul (OMBS) and what made you decide to start Ozone treatments?
A: Cliff came and did a presentation at our work, and I thought it was worth a try to improve my recovery, reduce my cholesterol and help my joint pain in my hands.
Q: Can you tell us a bit more about your experience with your Ozone Treatments?
A: It has taken a while to get used to, but it has definitely helped my cholesterol levels and joint pain. I wake up better every morning, feeling more rested as well.
Q: Would you recommend OMBS to others seeking, why?
A: Yes – it is very therapeutic for chronic conditions and is non-invasive. The whole experience is professional and relaxing with friendly staff.
To find out more about the conservation work Sarah is doing with Breathe, or to follow her endurance swimming journey, you can follow her on @Breatheocean1 or @SarahFergusonZA.