Bob Events: Tai Chi with Rochelle Gance
Bob People: TOM founder, Aimee Marks talks women's health and finding balance
Join us at Bob for a Flow class, led by local mind body health coach, Rochelle Gance.
In our endeavour to find a bit of times for ourselves, we’ll be pushing aside the salon chairs to practice slow rhythmic movements help us to slow down and relax.
Bob Products: Introducing Mr Smith
“I believe in contributing to a safer, healthier world, where future generations can grow and play.”
When in conversation with Aimee Marks - founder of organic tampon and nappy labels TOMs and Tooshies by TOM - it quickly becomes apparent that the mother and entrepreneur was deeply passionate about women’s health before it entered the mainstream.
Slow Places: Tasmania Travel Guide
A local Melbourne company of style, substance and simplicity, Collingwood based hair care line Mr Smith is the latest collection of products to land on Bob’s carefully curated shelves.
Bob People: The Story behind Sustainable Salons with Paul Frasca
From the crystal clear coastlines of the east and the wild, woolly beaches of the west, to Hobart’s ever developing food scene, there’s plenty of reasons Tasmania is having its moment in the sun.
Bob Rituals: The Bob Treatment
The first of a three part series that helps our clients to understand our green initiatives, here, Paul Frasca talks us through the beginnings of the business that collects up to 95% of what goes in the salon bin and redirects all material for reuse, recycling and re-purposing solutions.
Bob People: Em Seerup
As we welcome the first change of season for the year, we’re looking to autumn as our time to hit reset.
Bob Christmas: Our Natural & Sustainable Gift Guide
An expert in hair styling and colour, and mature beyond her yeas, Em Seerup joined the Bob family recently, bringing with her a fun energy and an incredible portfolio.
Bob's Wardrobe: Six Months Shopping-Free with Amanda Berry
Somehow, we find ourselves at that time of year again, the time for making lists; lists for our Christmas day food plan, our travel itineraries, and of course, gifts for our loved ones.
Think about all of the clothes you have purchased in the past six months. How many times have you worn each item? Were there good investments? Perhaps some bad ones, too?