Jodi Gordon seizes the day as she gets up early to watch the sunrise and meditate after leaving a 30-day ‘immersion therapy’ following AVO drama with banker ex-boyfriend
She recently completed a 30-day ‘immersion therapy’ program at an exclusive clinic in Sydney.
And Jodi Gordon appears to be making the most of every day now, with the 37-year-old former soap star sharing her sunrise outing to Instagram on Monday.
However not all went to plan, with Sydney’s rain keeping the sun hidden from view.
A new start: Jodi Gordon appears to be making the most of every day now, with the 37-year-old former soap star sharing her sunrise outing to Instagram on Monday
Rugged up in a jacket and a beanie while sitting atop a seaside cliff, the Celebrity Apprentice Australia star told her followers, ‘I came up here this morning to see the sunrise and to meditate.’
‘I’ve got a really big day today,’ she continued, ‘so I really wanted to feel really nice and centered and chill.’
‘Here we are to watch the sunrise, and this is what I got,’ said the ex-wife of NRL star Braith Anasta, referring to the gloomy weather.
Silver linings: However not all went to plan, with Sydney’s rain keeping the sun itself hidden from view
‘But we make the most of what we’ve got, right,’ the model added philosophically, before signing off with a kiss.
Gordon, known for her roles in Neighbours and Home and Away, recently completed an ‘immersion therapy’ program in the wake of her bitter break-up with prominent investment banker Sebastian Blackler.
In the aftermath of their split, she checked into The Sydney Retreat in Stanmore, where clients are offered a ’30-day recovery program’ for $8,800.
While she was staying at the clinic, a friend of Gordon’s told Daily Mail Australia of her situation: ‘Jodi is in a sensitive state.’
Moving on: Gordon, known for her roles in Neighbours and Home and Away, recently completed an ‘immersion therapy’ program in the wake of her bitter break-up with prominent investment banker Sebastian Blackler
At Windsor Local Court last month, Magistrate Leanne Robinson ordered that Gordon and Blackler, her boyfriend of 18 months, not contact each other until April 2024.
Another condition of the AVOs taken out by police against the couple – and consented to by their lawyers without admissions – forbids them from stalking, harassing or assaulting one another.
The AVOs relate to an alleged altercation on April 3 in far north-western Sydney.
NSW Police were called to a bed and breakfast on the Sunday morning and arrested Blackler but later released him without charge.
Court documents reportedly said when police asked Blackler, 31, about bruising and swelling to his left eye, he allegedly claimed his girlfriend ‘hit him with a wine bottle’, but declined to make a formal statement.
Case of the ex: Jodi seen here with ex-husband Braith, to whom she was married for five years. Pictured in 2011