The Wellness Collective

The Wellness Collective

This is your dose of all things health for women who are keen to understand their bodies, their wellbeing, and their hormones on a whole new level. Nat Kringoudis, a best-selling author and natural women's health expert, and her long-time r

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Season 1


The Finale with Cecelia and Nat

In this season finale, Cecelia and Nat wrap up 6 years of The Wellness Collective podcast together. They visit their favourite episodes in the last year as well as deliver their usual banter for one last episode. They also announce the rebirth of The Wellness Collective as Nat continues to sail the podcast ship solo.  Make sure you have the tissues, this is one sentimental episode. In this episode you’ll hear from; + Our favourite gut doctor, Dr B! + Dr Mariza highlights about peri-menopause and menopause + Donna Stolzenberg from the Period Project - an amazing initiative/service which helps women who are homeless or underprivileged with personal hygiene supplies. + The owner of Shebah, the female ride share service, George McEncroe. + And then finally… Hamish Blake.  Be sure to tune in for Season 2 of The Wellness Collective where Nat keeps the good times rolling and continues to help you feel happier, healthier and better.

The Finale with Cecelia and Nat

In this season finale, Cecelia and Nat wrap up 6 years of The Wellness Collective podcast together. They visit their favourite episodes in the last year as well as deliver their usual banter for one last episode. They also announce the rebirth of The Wellness Collective as Nat continues to sail the podcast ship solo.  Make sure you have the tissues, this is one sentimental episode. In this episode you’ll hear from; + Our favourite gut doctor, Dr B! + Dr Mariza highlights about peri-menopause and menopause + Donna Stolzenberg from the Period Project - an amazing initiative/service which helps women who are homeless or underprivileged with personal hygiene supplies. + The owner of Shebah, the female ride share service, George McEncroe. + And then finally… Hamish Blake.  Be sure to tune in for Season 2 of The Wellness Collective where Nat keeps the good times rolling and continues to help you feel happier, healthier and better.

31:25

EP153 - S1

5 Oct 21

Sexless in the city with Kat Harris

Kat believes there is no such thing as casual sex.  Growing up in the South (USA), Kat was raised with a strict church upbringing and never really questioned the traditional rules and beliefs when it came to sex.  In this episode, Cecelia and Nat chat with her about what changed and why she decided it was time to reframe her thoughts around sex to allow her to live her best life. In this episode you’ll also hear discussion around; + how her growing curiosity sparked the process of questioning and redefining + where Kat got to a turning point and what changed to put her on a new path + why it is important to take ownership of our own lives at whatever season we are in + the pressure to ‘couple up’ and why being single doesn’t make you a second class citizen + why our brains don’t allow for casual sex and why You can find out more at @therefinedwoman or www.therefinedwoman.com

Sexless in the city with Kat Harris

Kat believes there is no such thing as casual sex.  Growing up in the South (USA), Kat was raised with a strict church upbringing and never really questioned the traditional rules and beliefs when it came to sex.  In this episode, Cecelia and Nat chat with her about what changed and why she decided it was time to reframe her thoughts around sex to allow her to live her best life. In this episode you’ll also hear discussion around; + how her growing curiosity sparked the process of questioning and redefining + where Kat got to a turning point and what changed to put her on a new path + why it is important to take ownership of our own lives at whatever season we are in + the pressure to ‘couple up’ and why being single doesn’t make you a second class citizen + why our brains don’t allow for casual sex and why You can find out more at @therefinedwoman or www.therefinedwoman.com

28:36

EP152 - S1

26 Sep 21

Too Peas in a Podcast with Mandy and Kate

Mandy and Kate are two mums with a total of 8 children between them. Included in their brood are children with extra needs, and when the pair realised there wasn't much support available for mother’s in their position they started their own podcast to connect with others called “Too Peas in a Podcast.” In this episode Cecelia and Nat have an open and honest chat about; + what has been most challenging for them in the past 18 months + how support of the collective has been so essential to navigating parenting children, especially those with extra needs + what’s in store for the future + how it feels that people actually are onboard with their message and being nominated for Australian of The Year + And of course laughs, tears and a lot of rawness. Find Mandy and Kate at https://toopeasinapodcast.com.au and get a copy of their latest book - The Invisible Life Of Us at all book stores.

Too Peas in a Podcast with Mandy and Kate

Mandy and Kate are two mums with a total of 8 children between them. Included in their brood are children with extra needs, and when the pair realised there wasn't much support available for mother’s in their position they started their own podcast to connect with others called “Too Peas in a Podcast.” In this episode Cecelia and Nat have an open and honest chat about; + what has been most challenging for them in the past 18 months + how support of the collective has been so essential to navigating parenting children, especially those with extra needs + what’s in store for the future + how it feels that people actually are onboard with their message and being nominated for Australian of The Year + And of course laughs, tears and a lot of rawness. Find Mandy and Kate at https://toopeasinapodcast.com.au and get a copy of their latest book - The Invisible Life Of Us at all book stores.

31:43

EP150 - S1

6 Sep 21

Why the universe revolves around YOU with Grigoria Kritsotelis

Spiritual Teacher and new author, Grigoria Kritsptelis joins The Wellness Collective as a guest to talk bout her new book God is Me. In this episode she discusses religion and how she views the evolution of organised religion as well as discusses how we can live more in the moment to change the way we do life. Grigoria talks more deeply on; + God is Me and what that really means + Why the  universe revolves around each of us + How we can  use nature to find perspective + Why safety drives us + How we’ve become disconnected from ourselves + How to live in the moment by asking “Is my mind where my body is? And so much more. @glmgee on Instagram www.grigoriakritsotelis.com

Why the universe revolves around YOU with Grigoria Kritsotelis

Spiritual Teacher and new author, Grigoria Kritsptelis joins The Wellness Collective as a guest to talk bout her new book God is Me. In this episode she discusses religion and how she views the evolution of organised religion as well as discusses how we can live more in the moment to change the way we do life. Grigoria talks more deeply on; + God is Me and what that really means + Why the  universe revolves around each of us + How we can  use nature to find perspective + Why safety drives us + How we’ve become disconnected from ourselves + How to live in the moment by asking “Is my mind where my body is? And so much more. @glmgee on Instagram www.grigoriakritsotelis.com

33:58

EP149 - S1

30 Aug 21

Why You're Not Broken with Dr Sarah Woodhouse

Dealing with trauma is something all of us have had to deal with, no matter if it big or small. Dr Sarah Woodhouse has dedicated years of study to the area of trauma and in this episode she helps us unpack what trauma is for each of us and why it is important to deal with it accordingly. In this episode we specifically discuss; + How we all have trauma + How any experience can lead to trauma and how it's relevant to all of us + How we can talk to others about trauma + Why we need to self regulate and how + What are self limiting beliefs and why are they linked to trauma

Why You're Not Broken with Dr Sarah Woodhouse

Dealing with trauma is something all of us have had to deal with, no matter if it big or small. Dr Sarah Woodhouse has dedicated years of study to the area of trauma and in this episode she helps us unpack what trauma is for each of us and why it is important to deal with it accordingly. In this episode we specifically discuss; + How we all have trauma + How any experience can lead to trauma and how it's relevant to all of us + How we can talk to others about trauma + Why we need to self regulate and how + What are self limiting beliefs and why are they linked to trauma

36:15

EP148 - S1

23 Aug 21

Reality of Reality TV with Zoe George

Reality of Reality TV with Zoe George Cecelia and Nat got to chat with 2020 Big Brother housemate, Zoe George.  Zoe has spent years keeping women, especially mums, laughing with her blog, 'The Subtle Mummy.’  In this episode Zoe shares of her experience in Big Brother and shares why she “did it for all the Mum’s”.   In this episode you’ll hear Zoe talk about; + Her own experience in Big Brother and why she decided to apply (before her husband even knew) + How she adjusted to being one of the more ’senior’ housemates + What goes on behind the scenes + Stories about playing pranks (as she’s know for) + How to find yourself as a mother again, after the toddler years + How being open about health and after childbirth is so important for women + Why she decided to share publicly that she “broke her vagina” 

Reality of Reality TV with Zoe George

Reality of Reality TV with Zoe George Cecelia and Nat got to chat with 2020 Big Brother housemate, Zoe George.  Zoe has spent years keeping women, especially mums, laughing with her blog, 'The Subtle Mummy.’  In this episode Zoe shares of her experience in Big Brother and shares why she “did it for all the Mum’s”.   In this episode you’ll hear Zoe talk about; + Her own experience in Big Brother and why she decided to apply (before her husband even knew) + How she adjusted to being one of the more ’senior’ housemates + What goes on behind the scenes + Stories about playing pranks (as she’s know for) + How to find yourself as a mother again, after the toddler years + How being open about health and after childbirth is so important for women + Why she decided to share publicly that she “broke her vagina” 

31:18

EP147 - S1

9 Aug 21

How to use your own story to heal with Amy Molloy

Author and journalist Amy Molloy knows a thing or two about doing hard things. After becoming a widow in her early 20’s and learning how to navigate through hard times, she found a glimmer of light that grew into much more when learning how to heal through telling her story.   In this episode you’ll discover; + How to find what your own story might be + The importance of recycling feelings + Why you need to ‘pick’ your audience or those who you share with and how this is important to your recovery + How to deal with criticism + How your own story can be therapeutic to others.    

How to use your own story to heal with Amy Molloy

Author and journalist Amy Molloy knows a thing or two about doing hard things. After becoming a widow in her early 20’s and learning how to navigate through hard times, she found a glimmer of light that grew into much more when learning how to heal through telling her story.   In this episode you’ll discover; + How to find what your own story might be + The importance of recycling feelings + Why you need to ‘pick’ your audience or those who you share with and how this is important to your recovery + How to deal with criticism + How your own story can be therapeutic to others.    

42:11

EP146 - S1

2 Aug 21

Supporting kids through hard times with Hannah Davison

Hannah Davison knows too well what hard times look like.  After a series of ‘big’ moments and life events, including living through earthquakes and soon after going through a divorce, she recognised the need to help support our children through hard things.  Through the books she has co-created ‘My Big Moments’ she’s here to help us understand what we can do as parents to support our children in these real life events that we all face. In this episode we chat specifically about; Why as parents, the best thing we can do is put ourselves first What resilience is really about How to truly support children through hard things Why whispers (aka symptoms) turn into shouting if we don’t listen You can connect with Hannah here: www.mybigmoments.com

Supporting kids through hard times with Hannah Davison

Hannah Davison knows too well what hard times look like.  After a series of ‘big’ moments and life events, including living through earthquakes and soon after going through a divorce, she recognised the need to help support our children through hard things.  Through the books she has co-created ‘My Big Moments’ she’s here to help us understand what we can do as parents to support our children in these real life events that we all face. In this episode we chat specifically about; Why as parents, the best thing we can do is put ourselves first What resilience is really about How to truly support children through hard things Why whispers (aka symptoms) turn into shouting if we don’t listen You can connect with Hannah here: www.mybigmoments.com

38:56

EP145 - S1

26 Jul 21

Period education, period cups and common period problems with Demi Spaccavento

The responsibility to learn about reproductive health is a collective effort according to high school educator Demi Spaccavento. Through her years as a teacher she realised that there was a gap in providing education to young adults and has made it her mission to provide fun, accessible information to change the future of period education. In this episode Demi shares about; Why period education is so important to young women How communicating with teens in a fun way is essential  Why teachers aren't to blame for the gap in education The responsibility to learn about reproductive health is collective Period cups or what suits you and why researching is key The most common period problems Demi hears girls complain about

Period education, period cups and common period problems with Demi Spaccavento

The responsibility to learn about reproductive health is a collective effort according to high school educator Demi Spaccavento. Through her years as a teacher she realised that there was a gap in providing education to young adults and has made it her mission to provide fun, accessible information to change the future of period education. In this episode Demi shares about; Why period education is so important to young women How communicating with teens in a fun way is essential  Why teachers aren't to blame for the gap in education The responsibility to learn about reproductive health is collective Period cups or what suits you and why researching is key The most common period problems Demi hears girls complain about

42:41

EP144 - S1

19 Jul 21

Turning away from pills and procedures with Dr Bulsiewicz MD

Becoming a Gastroenterologist wasn't enough to address Dr B's health issues. After years of suffering from anxiety, being overweight and feeling unwell, he eventually found his way to a turning point with some very basic changes which changed his life. In this episode you'll learn what the changes were and how you can turn your life around too. Specifically this episode discusses; Why humility is important in science and medicine Why pill snap procedures became a turning point for Dr B Why habits are had to break How Dr B turned to the gym and it wasn't the answer at all - in fact it made it more problematic What gut microbes need to thrive and why they are the key to better health Why fibre is the secret and how 95% of us do not get enough and other simple solutions to take your health to new levels.

Turning away from pills and procedures with Dr Bulsiewicz MD

Becoming a Gastroenterologist wasn't enough to address Dr B's health issues. After years of suffering from anxiety, being overweight and feeling unwell, he eventually found his way to a turning point with some very basic changes which changed his life. In this episode you'll learn what the changes were and how you can turn your life around too. Specifically this episode discusses; Why humility is important in science and medicine Why pill snap procedures became a turning point for Dr B Why habits are had to break How Dr B turned to the gym and it wasn't the answer at all - in fact it made it more problematic What gut microbes need to thrive and why they are the key to better health Why fibre is the secret and how 95% of us do not get enough and other simple solutions to take your health to new levels.

48:20

EP143 - S1

12 Jul 21

How to practice more kindness with Hugh Mackay

Throwing kindness around like confetti is actually the simplest form of human connection. Hugh Mackay discusses his latest findings and research with reference to his new book The Kindness Revolution, and shares ways in which we can be more kind and all reap the rewards. Hugh shares a lot of gems in this episode - you're going to learn more about; + How humans respond to crisis + How crisis instigates magic moments to create more kindness + Instinctive human understanding of what people fundamentally need to survive. + How we can turn a crisis into a revolution + How we have become a socially segmented society and how this can be problematic + Why humans may be more emotional due to social needs. + Anxiety, depression and loneliness - the 3 basic fundamental human issues right now. + How we are actually hardwired for kindness and need to to be human. All this and much more - you can check out Hugh's book, The Kindness Revolution in all book stores now.

How to practice more kindness with Hugh Mackay

Throwing kindness around like confetti is actually the simplest form of human connection. Hugh Mackay discusses his latest findings and research with reference to his new book The Kindness Revolution, and shares ways in which we can be more kind and all reap the rewards. Hugh shares a lot of gems in this episode - you're going to learn more about; + How humans respond to crisis + How crisis instigates magic moments to create more kindness + Instinctive human understanding of what people fundamentally need to survive. + How we can turn a crisis into a revolution + How we have become a socially segmented society and how this can be problematic + Why humans may be more emotional due to social needs. + Anxiety, depression and loneliness - the 3 basic fundamental human issues right now. + How we are actually hardwired for kindness and need to to be human. All this and much more - you can check out Hugh's book, The Kindness Revolution in all book stores now.

33:13

EP143 - S1

4 Jul 21

Perimenopause & Menopause with Dr Mariza Snyder

20 years is a long time to be in the prequel to menopause. With Dr Mariza on your team, you'll find that it doesn't have to be your mother's experience of menopause and you can decide to define your own menopausal path with the right tools. In this episode we chat about; + How our 40's are the most important years to set the foundation for the rest of our lives + why messing with hormones when we are in transition is likely the worst time to use synthetic hormones + reproductive longitivtiy + how lifestyle fast tracks perimenopause + how to decide what your menopause will look like and write that book yourself + how to get instant wins to feel better

Perimenopause & Menopause with Dr Mariza Snyder

20 years is a long time to be in the prequel to menopause. With Dr Mariza on your team, you'll find that it doesn't have to be your mother's experience of menopause and you can decide to define your own menopausal path with the right tools. In this episode we chat about; + How our 40's are the most important years to set the foundation for the rest of our lives + why messing with hormones when we are in transition is likely the worst time to use synthetic hormones + reproductive longitivtiy + how lifestyle fast tracks perimenopause + how to decide what your menopause will look like and write that book yourself + how to get instant wins to feel better

50:36

EP142 - S1

28 Jun 21

Becoming Intuitive with Julie Ryan

Julie Ryan, refers to herself as the psychic and intuitive business woman who learned how to do 'woowoo.' In this episode she discusses how she tapped into this ability and how she continues to bring it into her life today to help others. We specifically discuss; + how emotions are our own internal GPS + what is spirit + the two minute rule + how we can begin to control our thoughts + what Julie sees when she is identifying medical issues and how + how she talks to pets + why the more you use intuition the stronger the muscle becomes + 12 steps / phases of transition (death) + how relevant dreams are Learn more and access her book https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/3_s5CgZ07zuwXPE5FKWFsU?domain=askjulieryan.com

Becoming Intuitive with Julie Ryan

Julie Ryan, refers to herself as the psychic and intuitive business woman who learned how to do 'woowoo.' In this episode she discusses how she tapped into this ability and how she continues to bring it into her life today to help others. We specifically discuss; + how emotions are our own internal GPS + what is spirit + the two minute rule + how we can begin to control our thoughts + what Julie sees when she is identifying medical issues and how + how she talks to pets + why the more you use intuition the stronger the muscle becomes + 12 steps / phases of transition (death) + how relevant dreams are Learn more and access her book https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/3_s5CgZ07zuwXPE5FKWFsU?domain=askjulieryan.com

41:52

EP141 - S1

22 Jun 21

Being addicted to technology

This episode didn’t quite go to plan and when the guest didn’t arrive, Cecelia and Nat decided to do an episode regardless.  In this episode you’ll learn a little more about what it means to be addicted to tech, how we become addicted and why and of course a whole lot of other banter!

Being addicted to technology

This episode didn’t quite go to plan and when the guest didn’t arrive, Cecelia and Nat decided to do an episode regardless.  In this episode you’ll learn a little more about what it means to be addicted to tech, how we become addicted and why and of course a whole lot of other banter!

29:52

EP140 - S1

11 Jun 21

Raising Girls Who Like Themselves with Dr Chris Scanlon and Kasey Edwards

Falling pregnant with their first child, Dr Chris and Kasey quickly realised that they wanted to do something to change the state of self belief and low esteem that many girls experience, especially after Kasey's own personal experience growing up. In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with the duo to understand more of their own experience raising girls and how we can have the right tools to change the future landscape. Specifically in this episode you'll learn; + Why micro movements to contribute to overall self belief + How from around 10 years of age girls are already trained with their mindset + How to answer our kids questions better with the facts + The 'fat chat.' How women bond over talking about their weight and why. And what we can do to be aware and change this. + Strategies like how to allow girls to make their own decisions. "If it's not permanent or harmful, 'she' gets to decide." + Consent for young women And more. You can also find more in Dr Chris and Kasey's book - Raising Girls Who Like Themselves.

Raising Girls Who Like Themselves with Dr Chris Scanlon and Kasey Edwards

Falling pregnant with their first child, Dr Chris and Kasey quickly realised that they wanted to do something to change the state of self belief and low esteem that many girls experience, especially after Kasey's own personal experience growing up. In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with the duo to understand more of their own experience raising girls and how we can have the right tools to change the future landscape. Specifically in this episode you'll learn; + Why micro movements to contribute to overall self belief + How from around 10 years of age girls are already trained with their mindset + How to answer our kids questions better with the facts + The 'fat chat.' How women bond over talking about their weight and why. And what we can do to be aware and change this. + Strategies like how to allow girls to make their own decisions. "If it's not permanent or harmful, 'she' gets to decide." + Consent for young women And more. You can also find more in Dr Chris and Kasey's book - Raising Girls Who Like Themselves.

36:10

EP139 - S1

30 May 21

Connecting Well+Being with Sarah Adele

Sarah is the founder of the Integrative Awaken Movement and found herself perplexed that people weren't connecting wellbeing and the space between the physical and emotional when it comes to movement. In this episode she discusses; How much our wellbeing is interconnected - emotions and the physical self. How muscles need to be released on a subconscious level Why sucking in your tummy is the worst thing you can do Why less is more Why surrender is key and her own personal experience of loss and surrender Why good things in this world aren't logical or practical.

Connecting Well+Being with Sarah Adele

Sarah is the founder of the Integrative Awaken Movement and found herself perplexed that people weren't connecting wellbeing and the space between the physical and emotional when it comes to movement. In this episode she discusses; How much our wellbeing is interconnected - emotions and the physical self. How muscles need to be released on a subconscious level Why sucking in your tummy is the worst thing you can do Why less is more Why surrender is key and her own personal experience of loss and surrender Why good things in this world aren't logical or practical.

32:09

EP138 - S1

24 May 21

What plant based eating really means with Simon Hill

Eating a plant based diet may not actually mean cutting meat and animal products out all together. In this episode Nat and Cecelia chat with nutritionist and physiotherapist Simon Hill about his new book, The Proof Is In The Plants and discuss the science and research about plant based eating. In this episode Simon shares about; How health practitioners and specialists are not interpreting or understanding the science behind nutrition and especially plant based eating.   How is plant based more beneficial than eating meat. Simon discusses if some of us are designed to eat meat or if everybody is the same. The hidden agenda within the food industry and what that actually is. What the research shows around whole food plant based diet and illness. Simon discusses planetary wellness and how reducing meat consumption is one way we can do our part for the planet. Where should we start if we want to focus on a more plant based plate. And Simon's best tips to begin to implement this way of life.

What plant based eating really means with Simon Hill

Eating a plant based diet may not actually mean cutting meat and animal products out all together. In this episode Nat and Cecelia chat with nutritionist and physiotherapist Simon Hill about his new book, The Proof Is In The Plants and discuss the science and research about plant based eating. In this episode Simon shares about; How health practitioners and specialists are not interpreting or understanding the science behind nutrition and especially plant based eating.   How is plant based more beneficial than eating meat. Simon discusses if some of us are designed to eat meat or if everybody is the same. The hidden agenda within the food industry and what that actually is. What the research shows around whole food plant based diet and illness. Simon discusses planetary wellness and how reducing meat consumption is one way we can do our part for the planet. Where should we start if we want to focus on a more plant based plate. And Simon's best tips to begin to implement this way of life.

28:18

EP137 - S1

10 May 21

Can we all just be nicer? With Cecelia and Nat

 The world feels a lot crazier with the pandemic, people seemingly suffering from PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and trying to find the balance between life before Covid and now.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat catch up on what has been happening, observations of human behaviour and their ideas on how we can make life a little better.  They also share some of their favourite hacks and reads right now and of course a whole lot of banter too.  

Can we all just be nicer? With Cecelia and Nat

 The world feels a lot crazier with the pandemic, people seemingly suffering from PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and trying to find the balance between life before Covid and now.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat catch up on what has been happening, observations of human behaviour and their ideas on how we can make life a little better.  They also share some of their favourite hacks and reads right now and of course a whole lot of banter too.  

24:33

EP136 - S1

4 May 21

Coming full cycle with Breast Implants with Carmen Kissel-Verrier

As an exotic dancer, Carmen Kissel-Verrier loved how breast implants helped her career. But as time went on and she went from dancing to her next career, she came 'full cycle,' and made the decisions to remove her implants. This episode takes a few unexpected twists and turns and dives into the childhood upbringing, her memoir 'The Butcher Shop Girl' and more. In this episode Nat and Cecelia discuss; + How Carmen arrived at breast implants (590cc at that) + Why she started to question her implants, including signs and symptoms that were problematic, but also how the started to 'get in the way' of everyday living + How the right explant surgery is critical in recovery and long term health including risks and problems that can occur + Recovery tips from explant surgery + What she would say to young women nowadays about implants + How Implants can't stay in forever and creating awareness around your exit strategy  + The Butcher Shop Girl Memoir - the story of her early childhood as the daughter of a mother who was a butcher + How she became an exotic dancer and enjoyed her early womanhood   This episode takes you on a journey on Carmens life and she delivers some facilitating truths about a very powers timeline in her life.

Coming full cycle with Breast Implants with Carmen Kissel-Verrier

As an exotic dancer, Carmen Kissel-Verrier loved how breast implants helped her career. But as time went on and she went from dancing to her next career, she came 'full cycle,' and made the decisions to remove her implants. This episode takes a few unexpected twists and turns and dives into the childhood upbringing, her memoir 'The Butcher Shop Girl' and more. In this episode Nat and Cecelia discuss; + How Carmen arrived at breast implants (590cc at that) + Why she started to question her implants, including signs and symptoms that were problematic, but also how the started to 'get in the way' of everyday living + How the right explant surgery is critical in recovery and long term health including risks and problems that can occur + Recovery tips from explant surgery + What she would say to young women nowadays about implants + How Implants can't stay in forever and creating awareness around your exit strategy  + The Butcher Shop Girl Memoir - the story of her early childhood as the daughter of a mother who was a butcher + How she became an exotic dancer and enjoyed her early womanhood   This episode takes you on a journey on Carmens life and she delivers some facilitating truths about a very powers timeline in her life.

30:51

EP135 - S1

26 Apr 21

Going from Market Stalls to David Jones with Samantha Wills

Samantha Wills is an Aussie household name. But behind the success of a international brand was a lot of blood, sweat and tears. In this episode you'll learn of Samantha's triumphs, wins and fails.   Specifically in this episode Nat and Cecelia chat with Samantha about; + Her upbringing as an only child and how her parents impacted her career + How she went from Bondi Market Stalls to David Jones and beyond + The pivotal moment her passion project became her ultimate day job (thanks to a comment from her ex-boyfriend) + How her long-term relationship breakdown gave her perspective on her health and wellbeing + Living with endometriosis and listening to her body + The rollercoaster of egg freezing and consideration of future fertility   This heartfelt episode will leave you feeling motivated to achieve your wildest dreams and create the life you deserve.

Going from Market Stalls to David Jones with Samantha Wills

Samantha Wills is an Aussie household name. But behind the success of a international brand was a lot of blood, sweat and tears. In this episode you'll learn of Samantha's triumphs, wins and fails.   Specifically in this episode Nat and Cecelia chat with Samantha about; + Her upbringing as an only child and how her parents impacted her career + How she went from Bondi Market Stalls to David Jones and beyond + The pivotal moment her passion project became her ultimate day job (thanks to a comment from her ex-boyfriend) + How her long-term relationship breakdown gave her perspective on her health and wellbeing + Living with endometriosis and listening to her body + The rollercoaster of egg freezing and consideration of future fertility   This heartfelt episode will leave you feeling motivated to achieve your wildest dreams and create the life you deserve.

29:12

EP134 - S1

19 Apr 21

How to exercise smarter as we get older with Debra Atkinson

Things do change as we go through the phases of life as women. And so should your movement regime according to Debra Atkinson. If you want to continue to have energy and vitality as the years clock over, Debra tells exactly how we need to adjust our workouts to suit especially through peri-menopause and menopause. Learn your body type and how to move best to support your hormones to feel fit and fabulous!

How to exercise smarter as we get older with Debra Atkinson

Things do change as we go through the phases of life as women. And so should your movement regime according to Debra Atkinson. If you want to continue to have energy and vitality as the years clock over, Debra tells exactly how we need to adjust our workouts to suit especially through peri-menopause and menopause. Learn your body type and how to move best to support your hormones to feel fit and fabulous!

30:34

EP133 - S1

12 Apr 21

How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others with Melissa Ambrosini

Comparisonitis, according to Melissa Ambrosini is a contagious, socially transmitted condition that occurs when you compare yourself to others...and we’ve all done it. Melissa explains how we could all benefit by learning how to identify where it is showing up in our lives, why it is a breeding ground for depression and anxiety, and tips for how we can break the habit and feel better.

How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others with Melissa Ambrosini

Comparisonitis, according to Melissa Ambrosini is a contagious, socially transmitted condition that occurs when you compare yourself to others...and we’ve all done it. Melissa explains how we could all benefit by learning how to identify where it is showing up in our lives, why it is a breeding ground for depression and anxiety, and tips for how we can break the habit and feel better.

25:04

EP132 - S1

29 Mar 21

Being an 'Emotional Female' with Yumiko Kadota

‘I was a doctor. I am a doctor. I am… a recovering doctor.’ Yumiko Kadota was told all sorts of things from being ’too emotional’ to ’too confident’ as a young female surgeon. In this episode, she shares how eventually it all became too much and how she went from burnout to finding the resilience within her to rebuild her life. Her words are something we can all learn from.

Being an 'Emotional Female' with Yumiko Kadota

‘I was a doctor. I am a doctor. I am… a recovering doctor.’ Yumiko Kadota was told all sorts of things from being ’too emotional’ to ’too confident’ as a young female surgeon. In this episode, she shares how eventually it all became too much and how she went from burnout to finding the resilience within her to rebuild her life. Her words are something we can all learn from.

26:45

EP131 - S1

21 Mar 21

Thriving after hitting rock bottom with Dr Brett Hill

Hitting rock bottom can be a very lonely and isolating time that many of us experience in our lifetime. In this episode, Brett Hill shares his own life-shattering experience and the tools and strategies he applied which he now teaches others to help us thrive beyond the tough times.

Thriving after hitting rock bottom with Dr Brett Hill

Hitting rock bottom can be a very lonely and isolating time that many of us experience in our lifetime. In this episode, Brett Hill shares his own life-shattering experience and the tools and strategies he applied which he now teaches others to help us thrive beyond the tough times.

34:54

EP130 - S1

15 Mar 21

Chronic Pain Solutions with Lauren Campbell

Pain can be debilitating, complicated, and extremely individual. In this episode, Physiotherapist Lauren Campbell defines what pain is, where it comes from, how we can use physiotherapy for conditions like endometriosis and pelvic floor issues, and why it’s never too late to address pain.

Chronic Pain Solutions with Lauren Campbell

Pain can be debilitating, complicated, and extremely individual. In this episode, Physiotherapist Lauren Campbell defines what pain is, where it comes from, how we can use physiotherapy for conditions like endometriosis and pelvic floor issues, and why it’s never too late to address pain.

33:24

EP129 - S1

8 Mar 21

How to make the biggest decision of your life

Finding ’the one’ just got a whole lot less stressful thanks to father and daughter duo Dr. George & Jiveny Blair West. In this episode, Cecelia and Nat get to ask the hard questions - why we may be focused on the wrong areas of our relationships, what we can learn from arranged marriages, how to save your marriage, and lots more.

How to make the biggest decision of your life

Finding ’the one’ just got a whole lot less stressful thanks to father and daughter duo Dr. George & Jiveny Blair West. In this episode, Cecelia and Nat get to ask the hard questions - why we may be focused on the wrong areas of our relationships, what we can learn from arranged marriages, how to save your marriage, and lots more.

36:35

EP128 - S1

28 Feb 21

How to finally feel better with Dr Stephanie Estima

For too long, our culture has placed its emphasis on symptoms and treatments according to the male circadian rhythm but as Dr. Stephanie so clearly outlines, women are not little men. Dr. Stephanie is here in this episode to help us understand our body, our cycles, and what we need at various ages and stages as women. 

How to finally feel better with Dr Stephanie Estima

For too long, our culture has placed its emphasis on symptoms and treatments according to the male circadian rhythm but as Dr. Stephanie so clearly outlines, women are not little men. Dr. Stephanie is here in this episode to help us understand our body, our cycles, and what we need at various ages and stages as women. 

41:16

EP127 - S1

22 Feb 21

Why failure is your superpower with Kerwin Rae

Kerwin Rae has become a household name with this no ‘BS’ attitude to help you thrive in life and in business. In this episode, you’ll learn why you must fail to succeed, how life is like a video game, why growth matters the most, how becoming irrelevant in our children's life is essential, and how to really kick some solid life goals.

Why failure is your superpower with Kerwin Rae

Kerwin Rae has become a household name with this no ‘BS’ attitude to help you thrive in life and in business. In this episode, you’ll learn why you must fail to succeed, how life is like a video game, why growth matters the most, how becoming irrelevant in our children's life is essential, and how to really kick some solid life goals.

52:17

EP126 - S1

14 Feb 21

How to finally ‘let it go’ with David Rahman

We are all so guilty of self-criticism and can find it difficult to allow ourselves the freedom to live life fully. In this episode, Cecelia and Nat chat with David Rahman about how to finally let go and live. You’ll learn how your subconscious really works, what we can do as parents to get it right, and learn how a simple text message could change your life.

How to finally ‘let it go’ with David Rahman

We are all so guilty of self-criticism and can find it difficult to allow ourselves the freedom to live life fully. In this episode, Cecelia and Nat chat with David Rahman about how to finally let go and live. You’ll learn how your subconscious really works, what we can do as parents to get it right, and learn how a simple text message could change your life.

35:27

EP125 - S1

8 Feb 21

Mindful Money with Canna Campbell

Everybody has the ability to have money according to Canna Campbell, and Nat and Cecelia learned straight up in this episode how your money story has an impact on your finances. Canna is back on the podcast to share some truths about how being mindful around your money will change your life, where to start, what to do and how you can invest in your life for a happier future.

Mindful Money with Canna Campbell

Everybody has the ability to have money according to Canna Campbell, and Nat and Cecelia learned straight up in this episode how your money story has an impact on your finances. Canna is back on the podcast to share some truths about how being mindful around your money will change your life, where to start, what to do and how you can invest in your life for a happier future.

36:09

EP124 - S1

1 Feb 21

Managing Chronic Pain with Dr Angela Cortal

Pain is a story our body is telling us, according to Dr. Angela Cortal. In this episode, Nat and Cecelia explore the topic of pain with Dr Angela and learn more about why pain happens (even after surgical repair), what inflammation actually is and how injection therapy may be your saving grace.

Managing Chronic Pain with Dr Angela Cortal

Pain is a story our body is telling us, according to Dr. Angela Cortal. In this episode, Nat and Cecelia explore the topic of pain with Dr Angela and learn more about why pain happens (even after surgical repair), what inflammation actually is and how injection therapy may be your saving grace.

24:17

EP123 - S1

24 Jan 21

Why you need a To Day List with Natalie Jane

Creating positive habits and strategies can be the key to a simpler and more successful life. Natalie Jane, founder of the To Day List chats with Cecelia and Nat about how we can master our ’to do’ lists to achieve our life goals. In this episode we talk about how to structure your ‘lists’ remove overwhelm and finally do less to achieve more.

Why you need a To Day List with Natalie Jane

Creating positive habits and strategies can be the key to a simpler and more successful life. Natalie Jane, founder of the To Day List chats with Cecelia and Nat about how we can master our ’to do’ lists to achieve our life goals. In this episode we talk about how to structure your ‘lists’ remove overwhelm and finally do less to achieve more.

30:25

EP122 - S1

27 Dec 20

How to finally trust your inner wisdom and self guidance

Can you actually trust your inner wisdom or self guidance? Elaine, transformation mentor and founder of Time and Space Co is passionate about helping people tap into their intuition and really learn how to trust their inner guidance. In this episode she talks about how to understand your subconscious mind, activate your inner wisdom and finally believe in yourself to live with more peace and ease.

How to finally trust your inner wisdom and self guidance

Can you actually trust your inner wisdom or self guidance? Elaine, transformation mentor and founder of Time and Space Co is passionate about helping people tap into their intuition and really learn how to trust their inner guidance. In this episode she talks about how to understand your subconscious mind, activate your inner wisdom and finally believe in yourself to live with more peace and ease.

35:18

EP121 - S1

22 Dec 20

Life-hacks And Tricks You Need Right Now

Life can get overwhelming! So Cecelia and Nat decided to sit down and discuss a list of life hacks, tips and tricks they’re currently loving right now, that are helping to make their lives happier, healthier and better!

Life-hacks And Tricks You Need Right Now

Life can get overwhelming! So Cecelia and Nat decided to sit down and discuss a list of life hacks, tips and tricks they’re currently loving right now, that are helping to make their lives happier, healthier and better!

33:20

EP120 - S1

13 Dec 20

How to get your kids be more mindful with Jane Martino

Smiling Mind (the app) is an amazing platform, helping us to be more mindful and instil gratitude and meditation easily into our lives. Founder, Jane Martino has recently expanded with a series of books for children which focus on mindfulness. In this episode you’ll learn how we can better support our children with mindfulness and meditation with some very easy hacks and why its so vital for their health and success.

How to get your kids be more mindful with Jane Martino

Smiling Mind (the app) is an amazing platform, helping us to be more mindful and instil gratitude and meditation easily into our lives. Founder, Jane Martino has recently expanded with a series of books for children which focus on mindfulness. In this episode you’ll learn how we can better support our children with mindfulness and meditation with some very easy hacks and why its so vital for their health and success.

27:03

EP119 - S1

7 Dec 20

Winners are grinners and why celebrating helps you be happier

The Wellness Collective Podcast took home the silver medal at the 2020 Australian Podcast Awards. Hooray! In this episode, Nat and Cecelia have a chat about why it’s important to celebrate your wins. You’ll love the banter in this fun and happy episode.

Winners are grinners and why celebrating helps you be happier

The Wellness Collective Podcast took home the silver medal at the 2020 Australian Podcast Awards. Hooray! In this episode, Nat and Cecelia have a chat about why it’s important to celebrate your wins. You’ll love the banter in this fun and happy episode.

19:18

EP118 - S1

1 Dec 20

A ‘model' can be anyone with Jennifer Atilemile

Jennifer Atilemile always wanted to be a model, but like many women, had her own struggles with body image and fitting the mould. In this episode the girls talk with her about what she’s learnt along the way in her modelling career, how being ‘plus sized’ can really be anyone and why it’s perfectly acceptable for women to be both pretty and smart.

A ‘model' can be anyone with Jennifer Atilemile

Jennifer Atilemile always wanted to be a model, but like many women, had her own struggles with body image and fitting the mould. In this episode the girls talk with her about what she’s learnt along the way in her modelling career, how being ‘plus sized’ can really be anyone and why it’s perfectly acceptable for women to be both pretty and smart.

21:52

EP117 - S1

16 Nov 20

How to create your best life plan with Shannah Kennedy

With over 20 years as a life coach, Shannah Kennedy knows a thing or two about how we can actually plan to live our best life.  In this episode she shares how to figure out your code of conduct for your own life, why listening to the wisdom of your older self is key, how to adjust how we plan, burnout, how to be happier and more!

How to create your best life plan with Shannah Kennedy

With over 20 years as a life coach, Shannah Kennedy knows a thing or two about how we can actually plan to live our best life.  In this episode she shares how to figure out your code of conduct for your own life, why listening to the wisdom of your older self is key, how to adjust how we plan, burnout, how to be happier and more!

35:01

EP116 - S1

9 Nov 20

Finally getting your kids to eat properly with Alice Zaslavski

Big and small kids (including adults) can use a hack or two when it comes to incorporating nutrients into our bodies. Nat and Cecelia chat with writer and presenter (and former Masterchef) Alice Zaslavski about how to finally approach ‘healthy’ eating. She shares her incredible knowledge and fresh approach that will leave you with so many tips and ah ha moments, you’ll be inspired to get more vegetables into your life, immediately.

Finally getting your kids to eat properly with Alice Zaslavski

Big and small kids (including adults) can use a hack or two when it comes to incorporating nutrients into our bodies. Nat and Cecelia chat with writer and presenter (and former Masterchef) Alice Zaslavski about how to finally approach ‘healthy’ eating. She shares her incredible knowledge and fresh approach that will leave you with so many tips and ah ha moments, you’ll be inspired to get more vegetables into your life, immediately.

39:05

EP115 - S1

1 Nov 20

Business Medicine with Dr Kelly-Anne Garnier

G.P. Dr Kelly-Anne Garnier found herself immersed in what she calls ‘business medicine,’ and recognised why the interface between the G.P and workplace are essential, especially in current pandemic times. In this episode Cecelia and Nat talk with her about the mental health of corporate patients, why we must never waste a crisis, how to listen to the voice inside and much more.

Business Medicine with Dr Kelly-Anne Garnier

G.P. Dr Kelly-Anne Garnier found herself immersed in what she calls ‘business medicine,’ and recognised why the interface between the G.P and workplace are essential, especially in current pandemic times. In this episode Cecelia and Nat talk with her about the mental health of corporate patients, why we must never waste a crisis, how to listen to the voice inside and much more.

33:21

EP114 - S1

26 Oct 20

Why does early puberty happen?

Precocious or early puberty is something that appears to be on the rise. In this episode, Nat talks with Cecelia about what precocious puberty is, why it is seeming to happen earlier for both boys and girls in modern times, where you should be concerned and what to do and ways you can safely support children who are experiencing early signs of puberty.

Why does early puberty happen?

Precocious or early puberty is something that appears to be on the rise. In this episode, Nat talks with Cecelia about what precocious puberty is, why it is seeming to happen earlier for both boys and girls in modern times, where you should be concerned and what to do and ways you can safely support children who are experiencing early signs of puberty.

27:35

EP113 - S1

15 Oct 20

How to survive the phases of parenthood and relationships with Shannon Kelly White

Ever just wished somebody burst your bubble when it came to the reality of relationships, parenting and trying to keep it all together? Author and funny mother of 2, Shannon Kelly White spends most of her time keeping it as real as possible for her audience, in a way that is hilarious and crazy. In this episode we talk about her former life as a nurse, how to finally make healthy food fun and the truth about parenting in 2020 all with many laughs and truth bombs.

How to survive the phases of parenthood and relationships with Shannon Kelly White

Ever just wished somebody burst your bubble when it came to the reality of relationships, parenting and trying to keep it all together? Author and funny mother of 2, Shannon Kelly White spends most of her time keeping it as real as possible for her audience, in a way that is hilarious and crazy. In this episode we talk about her former life as a nurse, how to finally make healthy food fun and the truth about parenting in 2020 all with many laughs and truth bombs.

33:34

EP112 - S1

2 Oct 20

How to be more resilient and be happier with Brett Hill

In a world full of challenges, Brett Hill believes it’s now more important than ever to up your resilience game. In this episode you’ll learn about what facets of your life require resilience, why your triggers are useful to help you identify where you need to focus, why reward for your efforts and acknowledgement is so important, how gut health is a factor and more.

How to be more resilient and be happier with Brett Hill

In a world full of challenges, Brett Hill believes it’s now more important than ever to up your resilience game. In this episode you’ll learn about what facets of your life require resilience, why your triggers are useful to help you identify where you need to focus, why reward for your efforts and acknowledgement is so important, how gut health is a factor and more.

28:26

EP111 - S1

24 Sep 20

Becoming Sexually Woke with Dr Susan Hardwick-Smith

Finding yourself with low libido as a woman? This episode is for you. Nat and Cecelia chat with Gynaecologist Dr Susan after her extensive research into womens sexual health, libido and reawakening what may feel like it has gone to sleep. She shares with how to reignite that spark within and how you can put that spring back in your step into the peri-menopausal and menopausal years and never look back!

Becoming Sexually Woke with Dr Susan Hardwick-Smith

Finding yourself with low libido as a woman? This episode is for you. Nat and Cecelia chat with Gynaecologist Dr Susan after her extensive research into womens sexual health, libido and reawakening what may feel like it has gone to sleep. She shares with how to reignite that spark within and how you can put that spring back in your step into the peri-menopausal and menopausal years and never look back!

34:25

EP110 - S1

17 Sep 20

Parenting 101 with Hamish Blake

Hamish Blake joins Cecelia and Nat in this episode of The Wellness Collective where they talk about parenting, leading by example, lego, strategies of child wrangling, the iconic women’s weekly cookbook being the ultimate inspiration and so much more.  There’s a lot of laughs to be had by listening in.

Parenting 101 with Hamish Blake

Hamish Blake joins Cecelia and Nat in this episode of The Wellness Collective where they talk about parenting, leading by example, lego, strategies of child wrangling, the iconic women’s weekly cookbook being the ultimate inspiration and so much more.  There’s a lot of laughs to be had by listening in.

36:46

EP109 - S1

9 Sep 20

The Period Project with Donna Stolzenberg

For homeless women, finding shelter is just one of a huge bundle of challenges. Add to that safety, security and then the complications of hormones and menstrual cycles; homeless women have been known to use old clothes, socks and even leaves during their period. Cecelia and Nat chat with Donna Stolzenberg from The Period Project about supporting homeless women. In this episode you’ll learn why people find themselves living on the streets (it's far less likely a result of drugs and alcohol), why you’ll think more laterally when supporting the homeless and how we can no longer take our simple staples like sanitary items for granted.

The Period Project with Donna Stolzenberg

For homeless women, finding shelter is just one of a huge bundle of challenges. Add to that safety, security and then the complications of hormones and menstrual cycles; homeless women have been known to use old clothes, socks and even leaves during their period. Cecelia and Nat chat with Donna Stolzenberg from The Period Project about supporting homeless women. In this episode you’ll learn why people find themselves living on the streets (it's far less likely a result of drugs and alcohol), why you’ll think more laterally when supporting the homeless and how we can no longer take our simple staples like sanitary items for granted.

37:15

EP108 - S1

28 Aug 20

How to find your calm in the height of anxiety

When you feel like the world is going crazy and your anxiety is at an all time high, it can be so difficult to make any sense of were to start to feel like even an ounce of control. Georgie Collinson is an anxiety coach, naturopath, nutritionist and the creator of several anxiety programs that help transform people from fear to living the life they deserve. In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with her about the pandemic, how it is affecting people’s anxiety, sensory overload, gaining control and so much more.

How to find your calm in the height of anxiety

When you feel like the world is going crazy and your anxiety is at an all time high, it can be so difficult to make any sense of were to start to feel like even an ounce of control. Georgie Collinson is an anxiety coach, naturopath, nutritionist and the creator of several anxiety programs that help transform people from fear to living the life they deserve. In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with her about the pandemic, how it is affecting people’s anxiety, sensory overload, gaining control and so much more.

29:17

EP107 - S1

25 Aug 20

An Orgasm a day… with Nicky Thompson

What happens when you get your wires crossed and don’t realise your podcast guest is an expert on Orgasms? THIS! In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with Nicky Thompson from “Good Girls Don’t Orgasm” about what happens when you challenge yourself to a daily orgasm for 30 days, how to get in touch with your more sexual and feminine side and how to finally free yourself from the taboo of self pleasure.

An Orgasm a day… with Nicky Thompson

What happens when you get your wires crossed and don’t realise your podcast guest is an expert on Orgasms? THIS! In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with Nicky Thompson from “Good Girls Don’t Orgasm” about what happens when you challenge yourself to a daily orgasm for 30 days, how to get in touch with your more sexual and feminine side and how to finally free yourself from the taboo of self pleasure.

34:50

EP106 - S1

14 Aug 20

The Friday Arvo Catch Up

What happens when you’ve been in lockdown, you find a cheeky bottle of wine and you enjoy your co-hosts company after being locked up for so long? A pretty funny episode! Cecelia and Nat talk about how they are coping in lockdown, how they have been feeling about the current state in the world, fun things the’ve been doing to ‘survive’ and more - all over a glass (or two) of wine. Question is, who giggles the most?

The Friday Arvo Catch Up

What happens when you’ve been in lockdown, you find a cheeky bottle of wine and you enjoy your co-hosts company after being locked up for so long? A pretty funny episode! Cecelia and Nat talk about how they are coping in lockdown, how they have been feeling about the current state in the world, fun things the’ve been doing to ‘survive’ and more - all over a glass (or two) of wine. Question is, who giggles the most?

32:38

EP105 - S1

6 Aug 20

Ayurveda, grief & turning trauma into your superpower with Gunny Sodhi

Gunny Sodhi is a second generation Ayurvedic and Naturopathic practitioner who, after experiencing the sudden loss of his beloved brother in a traumatic car accident found himself suffering deep depression and grief. In this episode he shares of how he eventually turned his life around and now teaches people across the globe just how to recover from post traumatic stress and live the life they deserve.

Ayurveda, grief & turning trauma into your superpower with Gunny Sodhi

Gunny Sodhi is a second generation Ayurvedic and Naturopathic practitioner who, after experiencing the sudden loss of his beloved brother in a traumatic car accident found himself suffering deep depression and grief. In this episode he shares of how he eventually turned his life around and now teaches people across the globe just how to recover from post traumatic stress and live the life they deserve.

32:20

EP104 - S1

28 Jul 20

How to up level your mum skills with Lorinska Merrington

Being a mum is tough and it can feel like every other mum either does it better or has some kind of opinion of what you should and shouldn’t be doing. Cecelia and Nat got to chat with TV personality, Lorinska Merrington about how we can ‘do it all,’ up-level as mothers, connect with the people who really matter and learn to use your mum power as your secret weapon.

How to up level your mum skills with Lorinska Merrington

Being a mum is tough and it can feel like every other mum either does it better or has some kind of opinion of what you should and shouldn’t be doing. Cecelia and Nat got to chat with TV personality, Lorinska Merrington about how we can ‘do it all,’ up-level as mothers, connect with the people who really matter and learn to use your mum power as your secret weapon.

34:25

EP103 - S1

15 Jul 20

Why your style matters

Your style is your ‘brand’ and it speaks volumes about you, who you are and how you wish to be perceived.  Cecelia and Nat chat with mother/daughter duo, The Style That Binds Us about how we can use our own style to our advantage, what do do, what not to do when it comes to fashion and styling and how you dress is far more than just what you wear.

Why your style matters

Your style is your ‘brand’ and it speaks volumes about you, who you are and how you wish to be perceived.  Cecelia and Nat chat with mother/daughter duo, The Style That Binds Us about how we can use our own style to our advantage, what do do, what not to do when it comes to fashion and styling and how you dress is far more than just what you wear.

35:04

EP102 - S1

8 Jul 20

Feminists Driving In Cars

Not a usual title, but it does come with a double meaning. In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with George Mcencroe - comedian, radio host and owner of the ride share for women, Shebah. They discuss how Shebah came to be after George found herself a single mother of 4 children, the challenges for women in (start up) business, the ongoing struggles of being funny and powerful and the day to day struggles women face. One thing is for sure, you’ll laugh a lot!

Feminists Driving In Cars

Not a usual title, but it does come with a double meaning. In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with George Mcencroe - comedian, radio host and owner of the ride share for women, Shebah. They discuss how Shebah came to be after George found herself a single mother of 4 children, the challenges for women in (start up) business, the ongoing struggles of being funny and powerful and the day to day struggles women face. One thing is for sure, you’ll laugh a lot!

39:27

EP101 - S1

25 Jun 20

The 100th Episode

Celebrating the good times is something Cecelia and Nat are passionate about. With this in mind, they decided to put together this extra special event to celebrate their 100th episode. They reminisce of episodes gone by, of how they first met and started out and take questions from their live audience as a fun addition to this very special episode. You’ll feel like you’re joining in the party too!

The 100th Episode

Celebrating the good times is something Cecelia and Nat are passionate about. With this in mind, they decided to put together this extra special event to celebrate their 100th episode. They reminisce of episodes gone by, of how they first met and started out and take questions from their live audience as a fun addition to this very special episode. You’ll feel like you’re joining in the party too!

01:01:13

EP100 - S1

18 Jun 20

Using the energies of the feminine and masculine as your superpower

Within all of us is both masculine and feminine energy, but learning to understand your own core energy and use it as your superpower isn’t something we necessarily think about. Kinesiologist, Jennifer McCormack shares with Nat and Cecelia why it can be a game changer both personally and professionally to understand these states and how we can translate this into our everyday lives to be happier, healthier and better.

Using the energies of the feminine and masculine as your superpower

Within all of us is both masculine and feminine energy, but learning to understand your own core energy and use it as your superpower isn’t something we necessarily think about. Kinesiologist, Jennifer McCormack shares with Nat and Cecelia why it can be a game changer both personally and professionally to understand these states and how we can translate this into our everyday lives to be happier, healthier and better.

34:58

EP99 - S1

9 Jun 20

Balance and other BS with Felicity Harley

Modern life for women is so confusing.  We finally have space and support to step into being able to ‘do (more of) it all’ yet doing it all seems to come with a huge cost. Cecelia and Nat chat with editor and author Felicity Harley about why we need to throw the idea of balance out the window and why letting go of the expectations really is the key to feeling empowered.

Balance and other BS with Felicity Harley

Modern life for women is so confusing.  We finally have space and support to step into being able to ‘do (more of) it all’ yet doing it all seems to come with a huge cost. Cecelia and Nat chat with editor and author Felicity Harley about why we need to throw the idea of balance out the window and why letting go of the expectations really is the key to feeling empowered.

29:52

EP98 - S1

28 May 20

Keeping calm, creative and having fun with Cal Wilson

What do you do to pass the time when it feels like everybody has gone into hiding? We chat with comedian Cal Wilson, about how creativity can be fuelled from isolation. From recreating travel (at home), to burying items in the garden for ‘excavation’ or cooking with foods you’ve never heard of, this episode will do more than just spark creativity, it will leave you laughing plus give you practical ideas to try yourself.

Keeping calm, creative and having fun with Cal Wilson

What do you do to pass the time when it feels like everybody has gone into hiding? We chat with comedian Cal Wilson, about how creativity can be fuelled from isolation. From recreating travel (at home), to burying items in the garden for ‘excavation’ or cooking with foods you’ve never heard of, this episode will do more than just spark creativity, it will leave you laughing plus give you practical ideas to try yourself.

32:13

EP97 - S1

21 May 20

How to feel better during a crisis with Wayne Schwass

Surviving during times of crisis is tricky and taking care of our metal health and wellbeing seems to take a back seat.  In this episode, Nat and Cecelia chat with Wayne Schwass about how we can support each other during times of uncertainty, how we can understand what’s actually necessary for different people (and gender) and how to know what to do and say with others who may be struggling too. 

How to feel better during a crisis with Wayne Schwass

Surviving during times of crisis is tricky and taking care of our metal health and wellbeing seems to take a back seat.  In this episode, Nat and Cecelia chat with Wayne Schwass about how we can support each other during times of uncertainty, how we can understand what’s actually necessary for different people (and gender) and how to know what to do and say with others who may be struggling too. 

40:11

EP96 - S1

15 May 20

How to have an awesome sleep

No matter what the circumstances, we’ve all experienced sleepless nights.  Cecelia and Nat chat with sleep expert, Olivia Arezzolo about how to have the best night sleep, how to deal with insomnia, reasons why you may not be sleeping, what to do when insomnia becomes your normal and her signature step routine to help you overcome insomnia to ensure you have the best sleep ever.

How to have an awesome sleep

No matter what the circumstances, we’ve all experienced sleepless nights.  Cecelia and Nat chat with sleep expert, Olivia Arezzolo about how to have the best night sleep, how to deal with insomnia, reasons why you may not be sleeping, what to do when insomnia becomes your normal and her signature step routine to help you overcome insomnia to ensure you have the best sleep ever.

26:21

EP95 - S1

2 May 20

How to be fit and happy right now

Staying motivated can be tricky and keeping your head in the right space at times even more difficult.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with TV personality and health and lifestyle lover Rachael Finch about how we can all use the little things in life to keep us moving in a positive, healthy direction even midst the chaos.  Rachael talks through her fitness tips, nutrition advice, relationships and more.

How to be fit and happy right now

Staying motivated can be tricky and keeping your head in the right space at times even more difficult.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat chat with TV personality and health and lifestyle lover Rachael Finch about how we can all use the little things in life to keep us moving in a positive, healthy direction even midst the chaos.  Rachael talks through her fitness tips, nutrition advice, relationships and more.

31:09

EP94 - S1

17 Apr 20

How to make the most out of your ‘break up’

Break-ups are difficult, but as we discuss with Ange Simson from The Gratitude Project, she was very certain that when she separated from her husband of many years, that nothing was actually broken as such, they had just found themselves wanting and needing very different things.  In this episode Nat & Cecelia discus with Ange separation, love languages, how staying grateful helps immensely and how you can continue to grow to be the best version of yourself no matter what.

How to make the most out of your ‘break up’

Break-ups are difficult, but as we discuss with Ange Simson from The Gratitude Project, she was very certain that when she separated from her husband of many years, that nothing was actually broken as such, they had just found themselves wanting and needing very different things.  In this episode Nat & Cecelia discus with Ange separation, love languages, how staying grateful helps immensely and how you can continue to grow to be the best version of yourself no matter what.

30:13

EP93 - S1

9 Apr 20

Surrendering for success, motherhood and creating a life you love.

Description: Hollywood stars, Teresa Palmer and Sarah Olsen have more than just their careers in common.  And whilst it can seem like having children may be a hinderance to our careers, these two identified it was actually the key to their success, long before having children.  In this episode they share of what has really made them successful - their path to motherhood and how staying true to yourself as a woman and mother really does create the right mix for success.  

Surrendering for success, motherhood and creating a life you love.

Description: Hollywood stars, Teresa Palmer and Sarah Olsen have more than just their careers in common.  And whilst it can seem like having children may be a hinderance to our careers, these two identified it was actually the key to their success, long before having children.  In this episode they share of what has really made them successful - their path to motherhood and how staying true to yourself as a woman and mother really does create the right mix for success.  

33:53

EP92 - S1

3 Apr 20

How to overcome adversity and be happier

Right now, more than ever we are having to dig deep and rise above and nobody knows how to do this more than ‘small steps queen’ and founder of Ready For Change, Lisa Corduff. Whether it be from loss of a loved one through to wading through the sea of negativity we’re all currently experiencing, Lisa shares with Cecelia and Nat amazing tools and insights as to how we can rise above and be happier today.

How to overcome adversity and be happier

Right now, more than ever we are having to dig deep and rise above and nobody knows how to do this more than ‘small steps queen’ and founder of Ready For Change, Lisa Corduff. Whether it be from loss of a loved one through to wading through the sea of negativity we’re all currently experiencing, Lisa shares with Cecelia and Nat amazing tools and insights as to how we can rise above and be happier today.

38:31

EP91 - S1

29 Mar 20

Comedy is the best medicine

Ready to feel happier and healthier? Cecelia and Nat laughed their way through this entire episode with comedian Tommy Little. They talk about being inappropriate in the spotlight, what Tommy’s trip to Antarctica taught him and how we can draw on laughter as the best medicine in uncertain times.

Comedy is the best medicine

Ready to feel happier and healthier? Cecelia and Nat laughed their way through this entire episode with comedian Tommy Little. They talk about being inappropriate in the spotlight, what Tommy’s trip to Antarctica taught him and how we can draw on laughter as the best medicine in uncertain times.

35:01

EP90 - S1

20 Mar 20

Having more sex

We are having less sex than ever before and Cecelia and Nat wanted to find out why.  They chat with sexologist Jacqueline Hellyer about where we are going wrong, why the younger generation are having less sex than ever and strategies you can include to amp up your time in the bedroom to reinforce your health and your relationships.

Having more sex

We are having less sex than ever before and Cecelia and Nat wanted to find out why.  They chat with sexologist Jacqueline Hellyer about where we are going wrong, why the younger generation are having less sex than ever and strategies you can include to amp up your time in the bedroom to reinforce your health and your relationships.

25:40

EP89 - S1

12 Mar 20

Supporting women through domestic violence

Domestic violence is a very real issue with reports showing police deal with a related matter every two minutes.  Cecelia and Nat chat with Tania Smith from the Parramatta Women's Shelter about the reality of domestic violence, how we can create more awareness, understand what is classified as domestic violence and support others around us facing this serious issue.

Supporting women through domestic violence

Domestic violence is a very real issue with reports showing police deal with a related matter every two minutes.  Cecelia and Nat chat with Tania Smith from the Parramatta Women's Shelter about the reality of domestic violence, how we can create more awareness, understand what is classified as domestic violence and support others around us facing this serious issue.

24:11

EP88 - S1

6 Mar 20

How to develop your self knowledge

Self knowledge is said to be essential for life but so difficult to gain especially since our minds are super clever at hiding the truth from us, about ourselves.  In this episode, Cecelia and Nat chat with Michael Batura from The School Of Life about how self knowledge helps us be happier and make better decisions especially around love, work and life.

How to develop your self knowledge

Self knowledge is said to be essential for life but so difficult to gain especially since our minds are super clever at hiding the truth from us, about ourselves.  In this episode, Cecelia and Nat chat with Michael Batura from The School Of Life about how self knowledge helps us be happier and make better decisions especially around love, work and life.

50:50

EP87 - S1

3 Mar 20

Why you need to use mushrooms

The health benefits of mushrooms are endless, yet we may shy away from them because we were told some could be poisonous or you’re worried you may have some kind of psychedelic experience. Cecelia and Nat chat with Mason from Superfeast on how we can incorporate mushrooms into our daily regime with amazing results because they work on the body, in many ways. From treating autoimmune disease through to balancing hormones, anti-aging and improving vitality, mushrooms may be the one thing missing from your day.

Why you need to use mushrooms

The health benefits of mushrooms are endless, yet we may shy away from them because we were told some could be poisonous or you’re worried you may have some kind of psychedelic experience. Cecelia and Nat chat with Mason from Superfeast on how we can incorporate mushrooms into our daily regime with amazing results because they work on the body, in many ways. From treating autoimmune disease through to balancing hormones, anti-aging and improving vitality, mushrooms may be the one thing missing from your day.

21:53

EP86 - S1

20 Feb 20

Hacking serious illness with stem cells

Stems cell treatment may sound sci-fi but as Cecelia and Nat learnt, they are being collected, stored and used if needed, in a life changing way. In this episode they chat with Brenda Munz about her son’s Cerebral palsy and how he has responded phenomenally to this treatment, offering hope to so many others.

Hacking serious illness with stem cells

Stems cell treatment may sound sci-fi but as Cecelia and Nat learnt, they are being collected, stored and used if needed, in a life changing way. In this episode they chat with Brenda Munz about her son’s Cerebral palsy and how he has responded phenomenally to this treatment, offering hope to so many others.

29:44

EP85 - S1

14 Feb 20

How to have a better night sleep

Sleep is the elixir of health. But it doesn’t come easy to all and when we experience life stress or certain events in our lives it can become even more difficult to get quality shut eye. In this episode Cecelia and Nat talk about sleep facts and hacks for all ages - from babies to adults, they share the secrets on how to have a better night sleep to have you feeling happier, healthier and better.

How to have a better night sleep

Sleep is the elixir of health. But it doesn’t come easy to all and when we experience life stress or certain events in our lives it can become even more difficult to get quality shut eye. In this episode Cecelia and Nat talk about sleep facts and hacks for all ages - from babies to adults, they share the secrets on how to have a better night sleep to have you feeling happier, healthier and better.

33:32

EP84 - S1

3 Feb 20

The Two Week Wait with Kristy Smith

For any woman trying to conceive, waiting to see if there are two lines on the pregnancy test can be torture. Kristy Smith, your 'IVF BFF' shares her insights into helping women through the two week wait as stress free as possible as well as how you can approach your fertility with the right mindset.

The Two Week Wait with Kristy Smith

For any woman trying to conceive, waiting to see if there are two lines on the pregnancy test can be torture. Kristy Smith, your 'IVF BFF' shares her insights into helping women through the two week wait as stress free as possible as well as how you can approach your fertility with the right mindset.

26:02

EP83 - S1

31 Jan 20

How to cope with a national disaster

It can be difficult to know just how to act when there is tragedy around us. For those directly affected by the fires in Australia and also for those of us watching on, it can leave us feeling lost and helpless. We speak with Alita Harvey Rodriguez who has lived through this and Rupert Saunders, senior clinical advisor at headspace about what to do, what to say and how we can really make a difference in dark times.

How to cope with a national disaster

It can be difficult to know just how to act when there is tragedy around us. For those directly affected by the fires in Australia and also for those of us watching on, it can leave us feeling lost and helpless. We speak with Alita Harvey Rodriguez who has lived through this and Rupert Saunders, senior clinical advisor at headspace about what to do, what to say and how we can really make a difference in dark times.

35:06

EP82 - S1

16 Jan 20

The highlights of 2019

The year is coming to an end and Cecelia and Nat decided to take the opportunity to share their favourite highlights from 2019, from the science of kissing, planetary wellness to penises and plastics. One thing is for sure, The Wellness Collective most certainly covered a lot of ground in 2019.

The highlights of 2019

The year is coming to an end and Cecelia and Nat decided to take the opportunity to share their favourite highlights from 2019, from the science of kissing, planetary wellness to penises and plastics. One thing is for sure, The Wellness Collective most certainly covered a lot of ground in 2019.

38:37

EP81 - S1

20 Dec 19

How tapping makes you happier

Could tapping be your solution to making your life better? Cecelia and Nat chat with tapping expert Lorna Hollinger to learn how this special practice can change your life.

How tapping makes you happier

Could tapping be your solution to making your life better? Cecelia and Nat chat with tapping expert Lorna Hollinger to learn how this special practice can change your life.

33:13

EP80 - S1

2 Dec 19

Living through miscarriage

Miscarriage is extremely common yet conversations around pregnancy loss still seem taboo. Nutritionist, Grace Miano shares her own story of loss, how she personally lived through miscarriage multiple times but finally got her baby and now, how she supports her own clients through the emotionally painful postpartum stage and help them welcome back their fertility once again.

Living through miscarriage

Miscarriage is extremely common yet conversations around pregnancy loss still seem taboo. Nutritionist, Grace Miano shares her own story of loss, how she personally lived through miscarriage multiple times but finally got her baby and now, how she supports her own clients through the emotionally painful postpartum stage and help them welcome back their fertility once again.

32:34

EP79 - S1

21 Nov 19

Turning Online Dating Into A Superpower with Andi Lew

Love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.  Just one of the wonderful tips health and wellness advocate, Andi Lew shares in this episode. Nat and Cecelia were completely fascinated as the world of online dating was revealed to them, the do’s, dont's and everything in between from how to spot a fake account a mile off, right through to creating meaningful friendships and relationships. This episode will leave you feeling the love when it comes to the dating world.

Turning Online Dating Into A Superpower with Andi Lew

Love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.  Just one of the wonderful tips health and wellness advocate, Andi Lew shares in this episode. Nat and Cecelia were completely fascinated as the world of online dating was revealed to them, the do’s, dont's and everything in between from how to spot a fake account a mile off, right through to creating meaningful friendships and relationships. This episode will leave you feeling the love when it comes to the dating world.

26:08

EP78 - S1

14 Nov 19

The Psychology of Kissing with Naeidra Deery

The benefits of kissing are much more than just feeling special or loved, it stimulates various hormones and especially in early stages of your relationship, it becomes addictive. In this episode you’ll learn interesting facts from your first kiss right through to kissing as part of your more evolved relationship with your lover and how to keep the passion alive.

The Psychology of Kissing with Naeidra Deery

The benefits of kissing are much more than just feeling special or loved, it stimulates various hormones and especially in early stages of your relationship, it becomes addictive. In this episode you’ll learn interesting facts from your first kiss right through to kissing as part of your more evolved relationship with your lover and how to keep the passion alive.

30:19

EP77 - S1

7 Nov 19

Planetary Wellness with Sally Mathrick

Global warming, pollution, toxins, rising seas… it’s enough to feel like your impact doesn’t matter or leave some of us wondering if it’s too late.  In this episode, Naturopath and and environmentalist Sally Mathrick provides insightful tips as to how we can each contribute with some very interesting suggestions of change that we can make collectively - many of which most of us have possibly never considered.

Planetary Wellness with Sally Mathrick

Global warming, pollution, toxins, rising seas… it’s enough to feel like your impact doesn’t matter or leave some of us wondering if it’s too late.  In this episode, Naturopath and and environmentalist Sally Mathrick provides insightful tips as to how we can each contribute with some very interesting suggestions of change that we can make collectively - many of which most of us have possibly never considered.

29:57

EP76 - S1

1 Nov 19

How to be more Savvy with Olivia White

Is being rich really about having all the money in the world? As Olivia White explains, money sure helps but being savvy with our resources really is the key to a rich life - not just financially. Becoming a mother has her discover some amazing life hacks to help make life sweeter for her and her family to really enjoy the things that matter most - whatever that may be. She shares her tips with Nat and Cecelia, many of which you can start today to make your life better too.

How to be more Savvy with Olivia White

Is being rich really about having all the money in the world? As Olivia White explains, money sure helps but being savvy with our resources really is the key to a rich life - not just financially. Becoming a mother has her discover some amazing life hacks to help make life sweeter for her and her family to really enjoy the things that matter most - whatever that may be. She shares her tips with Nat and Cecelia, many of which you can start today to make your life better too.

32:16

EP75 - S1

24 Oct 19

Changing the World for the Better with Tom Cronin & Jacqui Fifer

Have you ever truly wondered how (or if) we can ever change the trajectory in this crazy world we live in? Tom Cronin & Jacqui Fifer, creators of The Portal are here to help show us how we can really make a difference, starting with ourselves and then creating a bigger impact for global change.

Changing the World for the Better with Tom Cronin & Jacqui Fifer

Have you ever truly wondered how (or if) we can ever change the trajectory in this crazy world we live in? Tom Cronin & Jacqui Fifer, creators of The Portal are here to help show us how we can really make a difference, starting with ourselves and then creating a bigger impact for global change.

26:38

EP74 - S1

17 Oct 19

Being a Bad Mum with Nicole Joy

Mother guilt is so very real and for many of us, it is something we carry with us right from the start of motherhood.  Nicole’s experience in becoming a mum was like many.  In this episode she explains to Cecelia and Nat that what could go ‘wrong’ did go ‘wrong'.  But for her, it’s nothing to do with what life throws at you at any stage but more about how you use this as your superpower to become the best mum of all and why she wouldn’t have it any other way.

Being a Bad Mum with Nicole Joy

Mother guilt is so very real and for many of us, it is something we carry with us right from the start of motherhood.  Nicole’s experience in becoming a mum was like many.  In this episode she explains to Cecelia and Nat that what could go ‘wrong’ did go ‘wrong'.  But for her, it’s nothing to do with what life throws at you at any stage but more about how you use this as your superpower to become the best mum of all and why she wouldn’t have it any other way.

38:06

EP73 - S1

11 Oct 19

How to maximise your fertility with Heidi Brockmyer

The ‘F’ word fertility seems to get thrown around all over the place now days, but Heidi Brockmyer has been helping women reach their fertile potential for more than a decade.  After her own positive fertility experience, she decided it was time to help women reclaim their hormone health and help prepare them for one of the most exciting stages of their life.  Nat and Cecelia talk with her about why the infertility epidemic is real and what can be done about it.

How to maximise your fertility with Heidi Brockmyer

The ‘F’ word fertility seems to get thrown around all over the place now days, but Heidi Brockmyer has been helping women reach their fertile potential for more than a decade.  After her own positive fertility experience, she decided it was time to help women reclaim their hormone health and help prepare them for one of the most exciting stages of their life.  Nat and Cecelia talk with her about why the infertility epidemic is real and what can be done about it.

30:47

EP72 - S1

3 Oct 19

Improving Future Fertility with Lucy Lines

Fertility rates have been decreasing and embryologist and fertility educator Lucy Lines knows all too well the trials and tribulations of fertility and assisted conception.  From her years in the lab to now helping couples choose the best approach to their fertility, Lucy is passionate about helping you understand your future fertility and that of your children too.

Improving Future Fertility with Lucy Lines

Fertility rates have been decreasing and embryologist and fertility educator Lucy Lines knows all too well the trials and tribulations of fertility and assisted conception.  From her years in the lab to now helping couples choose the best approach to their fertility, Lucy is passionate about helping you understand your future fertility and that of your children too.

36:54

EP71 - S1

19 Sep 19

Matrescence - motherhood transition nobody is talking about

Matrescence is the hip new term given to the permanent life changes we experience as we move into motherhood and beyond.  According to Amy Taylor Kabbaz, this is the time as women, our identity literally gets split in two as we evolve.  For many this can be a very painful departure from our old life to the new and often misdiagnosed as post natal depression. Amy is an expert helping mothers be at their best, especially through this time and is passionate in creating awareness to help us be happier throughout this transformation.  Cecelia and Nat chat with her about what this all means and how we can use it to our advantage. 

Matrescence - motherhood transition nobody is talking about

Matrescence is the hip new term given to the permanent life changes we experience as we move into motherhood and beyond.  According to Amy Taylor Kabbaz, this is the time as women, our identity literally gets split in two as we evolve.  For many this can be a very painful departure from our old life to the new and often misdiagnosed as post natal depression. Amy is an expert helping mothers be at their best, especially through this time and is passionate in creating awareness to help us be happier throughout this transformation.  Cecelia and Nat chat with her about what this all means and how we can use it to our advantage. 

36:26

EP70 - S1

5 Sep 19

From Crappy to Happy with Cass Dunn

Life can seem pretty grim at times and it is fair to say that all of us have felt down, anxious, low or even depressed at some point in our lives - for some it’s more consistently than others. The wonderful Cass Dunn steps into the studio with Nat & Cecelia to talk about mid life anxiety, overwhelm and mental health and gives us simple solutions to help us be happier and healthier.

From Crappy to Happy with Cass Dunn

Life can seem pretty grim at times and it is fair to say that all of us have felt down, anxious, low or even depressed at some point in our lives - for some it’s more consistently than others. The wonderful Cass Dunn steps into the studio with Nat & Cecelia to talk about mid life anxiety, overwhelm and mental health and gives us simple solutions to help us be happier and healthier.

32:16

EP69 - S1

30 Aug 19

Finding the happy balance with food with Jess Sepel

For many, our relationship with food can be somewhat a two edge sword. We crave, we need, we want and sometimes we can forget that food is first and foremost fuel for our body. Jess Sepel understands too well how food can rule our lives. After overcoming her own eating issues, she is on a mission to help us repair our poor relationship with food and to establish a healthy relationship with what is on our plate.

Finding the happy balance with food with Jess Sepel

For many, our relationship with food can be somewhat a two edge sword. We crave, we need, we want and sometimes we can forget that food is first and foremost fuel for our body. Jess Sepel understands too well how food can rule our lives. After overcoming her own eating issues, she is on a mission to help us repair our poor relationship with food and to establish a healthy relationship with what is on our plate.

26:52

EP68 - S1

23 Aug 19

Linking IVF & Breast Cancer with Dr Shawn Tassone

A recent study linked IVF and Breast Cancer in women over 40.  Rather than panic, Cecelia and Nat wanted to get the low down and sat to chat with their resident wholistic gynaecologist, Dr Shawn Tassone.  This episode isn’t just for women going through IVF, but all women to understand cancer and the risk factors.  When we can understand our hormones better, we can most certainly live happier and healthier lives.

Linking IVF & Breast Cancer with Dr Shawn Tassone

A recent study linked IVF and Breast Cancer in women over 40.  Rather than panic, Cecelia and Nat wanted to get the low down and sat to chat with their resident wholistic gynaecologist, Dr Shawn Tassone.  This episode isn’t just for women going through IVF, but all women to understand cancer and the risk factors.  When we can understand our hormones better, we can most certainly live happier and healthier lives.

31:30

EP67 - S1

15 Aug 19

How to better trust you judgement

Our judgement may be easily clouded when it comes to body awareness, simply because life is busy, complicated and at times overwhelming.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat share their wisdom in how to best trust your own judgement and make decisions that are right for you.  Owning your intuition can totally transform your life once you know how.

How to better trust you judgement

Our judgement may be easily clouded when it comes to body awareness, simply because life is busy, complicated and at times overwhelming.  In this episode Cecelia and Nat share their wisdom in how to best trust your own judgement and make decisions that are right for you.  Owning your intuition can totally transform your life once you know how.

36:05

EP66 - S1

15 Aug 19

Change your life by talking about death now

Death is often the last thing we want to talk about, but death educator, Fawn Chang is here to tell us why talking about death long before it should happen, is the key to a happier life. We talk about how to support loved ones through death and what to say when somebody is nearing the end of their life.

Change your life by talking about death now

Death is often the last thing we want to talk about, but death educator, Fawn Chang is here to tell us why talking about death long before it should happen, is the key to a happier life. We talk about how to support loved ones through death and what to say when somebody is nearing the end of their life.

43:10

EP65 - S1

2 Aug 19

Living with Imposter Syndrome - Part Two

In this second part to the Imposter Syndrome series, Cecelia and Nat speak with everyday people just like you, about their own experience living with Imposter Syndrome and how using this information can help us live happier and healthier lives.

Living with Imposter Syndrome - Part Two

In this second part to the Imposter Syndrome series, Cecelia and Nat speak with everyday people just like you, about their own experience living with Imposter Syndrome and how using this information can help us live happier and healthier lives.

35:20

EP64 - S1

25 Jul 19

Dementia, Love and Loss – Tully Smyth

Dementia is a cruel illness and the experience of loss happens far before our loved ones leave us.   Tully Smyth knows this too well having lost her mother 23 years after she was diagnosed with dementia.  This is a raw and brave episode where we talk about the realities of living with a parent diagnosed with dementia, and how we can support families dealing with the disease.

Dementia, Love and Loss – Tully Smyth

Dementia is a cruel illness and the experience of loss happens far before our loved ones leave us.   Tully Smyth knows this too well having lost her mother 23 years after she was diagnosed with dementia.  This is a raw and brave episode where we talk about the realities of living with a parent diagnosed with dementia, and how we can support families dealing with the disease.

42:40

EP63 - S1

18 Jul 19

Do you have Imposter Syndrome with Suzanne Mercier - Part One

Are you living with Imposter Syndrome and don't even realise? The constant feeling that you are about to be called out for doing the wrong thing, even though you're not. Cecelia and Nat chat with Suzanne Mercier as part one of this series.

Do you have Imposter Syndrome with Suzanne Mercier - Part One

Are you living with Imposter Syndrome and don't even realise? The constant feeling that you are about to be called out for doing the wrong thing, even though you're not. Cecelia and Nat chat with Suzanne Mercier as part one of this series.

33:14

EP62 - S1

11 Jul 19

You really are a liar with Lauren Zander

We lie up to 11 times a day according to our guest Lauren Zander, author of ‘Maybe It’s You.’ In this episode she talks with Nat & Cecelia about how we can live our best lives by cutting through the BS and owning the parts of ourselves we may be currently running away from.

You really are a liar with Lauren Zander

We lie up to 11 times a day according to our guest Lauren Zander, author of ‘Maybe It’s You.’ In this episode she talks with Nat & Cecelia about how we can live our best lives by cutting through the BS and owning the parts of ourselves we may be currently running away from.

36:44

EP61 - S1

5 Jul 19

Using your genetics as your superpower - Sharon Palmer

Science and medicine are advancing at a rapid rate and the latest in genetics and genetic testing is proving us with more clues than ever before. Soon it seems, we will be able to deliver the exact nutrients our body’s need to influence our individual and specific health needs. In this episode Sharon Palmer talks about how.

Using your genetics as your superpower - Sharon Palmer

Science and medicine are advancing at a rapid rate and the latest in genetics and genetic testing is proving us with more clues than ever before. Soon it seems, we will be able to deliver the exact nutrients our body’s need to influence our individual and specific health needs. In this episode Sharon Palmer talks about how.

31:42

EP60 - S1

26 Jun 19

How to keep life real with Luke Hines

From MKR to touring the country teaching us how to simply enjoy amazing food, Luke Hines is now a household name who helps us all not only keep life real, but live a happier and healthier life. Host Cecelia Ramsdale and Nat Kringoudis sit down to chat with Luke about cooking on set in short shorts, keeping the spirit real and how to call BS on life when it is needed.

How to keep life real with Luke Hines

From MKR to touring the country teaching us how to simply enjoy amazing food, Luke Hines is now a household name who helps us all not only keep life real, but live a happier and healthier life. Host Cecelia Ramsdale and Nat Kringoudis sit down to chat with Luke about cooking on set in short shorts, keeping the spirit real and how to call BS on life when it is needed.

22:10

EP59 - S1

20 Jun 19

To suicide and back again - how to reclaim your purpose with Carren Smith

Plotting your own suicide and then finding yourself in the middle of the Bali bombing seems like only something you’d see in a movie - but this was Carren Smith’s reality. After her partner took his own life, her despair was just too much. Loosing her purpose for life, she mapped out her own suicide only to find life had other plans for her. In this episode you’ll learn how this remarkable woman not only overcame epic adversity but how she is now helping others reclaim their own life purpose.

To suicide and back again - how to reclaim your purpose with Carren Smith

Plotting your own suicide and then finding yourself in the middle of the Bali bombing seems like only something you’d see in a movie - but this was Carren Smith’s reality. After her partner took his own life, her despair was just too much. Loosing her purpose for life, she mapped out her own suicide only to find life had other plans for her. In this episode you’ll learn how this remarkable woman not only overcame epic adversity but how she is now helping others reclaim their own life purpose.

32:09

EP58 - S1

13 Jun 19

Using exercise to manage and overcome disease - Dr Tom Incledon

Cancer and other life-threatening illnesses all have one thing in common according to Dr Tom Incledon, founder and CEO of Causenta Cancer Treatment Centre in Arizona - that is, almost all disease responds astonishingly well to exercise, yet targeted and specific movement aren't a key focus in conventional treatments. Cecelia and Nat chat with him about how to hack your movement regime to better your life no matter where you’re at.

Using exercise to manage and overcome disease - Dr Tom Incledon

Cancer and other life-threatening illnesses all have one thing in common according to Dr Tom Incledon, founder and CEO of Causenta Cancer Treatment Centre in Arizona - that is, almost all disease responds astonishingly well to exercise, yet targeted and specific movement aren't a key focus in conventional treatments. Cecelia and Nat chat with him about how to hack your movement regime to better your life no matter where you’re at.

26:35

EP57 - S1

6 Jun 19

Love factually - the science of love with Laura Mucha

In a world full of confusion, how is it that we truly understand love? Our guest, Laura Mucha dedicated the past decade to embracing the science of love after interviewing hundreds of strangers of all ages from over 40 countries, asking them of their most intimate a personal account. In this episode you’ll hear her findings which draw on both the psychology and philosophy of love, lust and everything in-between.

Love factually - the science of love with Laura Mucha

In a world full of confusion, how is it that we truly understand love? Our guest, Laura Mucha dedicated the past decade to embracing the science of love after interviewing hundreds of strangers of all ages from over 40 countries, asking them of their most intimate a personal account. In this episode you’ll hear her findings which draw on both the psychology and philosophy of love, lust and everything in-between.

39:32

EP56 - S1

30 May 19

Where Have You Been…

And what have you seen? In this episode, Cecelia and Nat switch things up a little and bring together a discussion on recent events and findings they think are valuable to share. As mums, wives and women who multitask life, this episode will have you giggling, crying and hi-fiving yourself. They talk about life satisfaction, love, lust, procrastination as well as discuss how letting go of expectations may just be the best thing you’ve ever done.

Where Have You Been…

And what have you seen? In this episode, Cecelia and Nat switch things up a little and bring together a discussion on recent events and findings they think are valuable to share. As mums, wives and women who multitask life, this episode will have you giggling, crying and hi-fiving yourself. They talk about life satisfaction, love, lust, procrastination as well as discuss how letting go of expectations may just be the best thing you’ve ever done.

30:31

EP55 - S1

23 May 19

How To Deal With Betrayal with Debi Silber

Betrayal comes in all shapes and sizes and often leaves us exhausted and tortured. Infidelity, parental betrayal, workplace differences, bullying not to mention within friendships and relationships. After her own experience with deep and hurtful betrayal, our guest, Debi Silber decided to dedicate her time and energy into research and recovery, to help us identify and move through the stages of betrayal and allow us all to live our best lives. We’ve all experienced hurt of this nature, it’s having the tools to deal with it that counts most.

How To Deal With Betrayal with Debi Silber

Betrayal comes in all shapes and sizes and often leaves us exhausted and tortured. Infidelity, parental betrayal, workplace differences, bullying not to mention within friendships and relationships. After her own experience with deep and hurtful betrayal, our guest, Debi Silber decided to dedicate her time and energy into research and recovery, to help us identify and move through the stages of betrayal and allow us all to live our best lives. We’ve all experienced hurt of this nature, it’s having the tools to deal with it that counts most.

36:13

EP54 - S1

16 May 19