The Wellness Collective

The Wellness Collective

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Season 2


How to have more willpower, with Jenn Trepeck

Jenn Trepeck is on a mission to change health care. Growing up, her family members were always on a diet and then one day it dawned on her - she realised that she had literally been on a diet her whole life. On today’s episode, she shares her insight on how weight loss isn't magic, it's actually science. Jenn also talks to us about; Blood sugar and why it matters How the key really is consistency Why we need to re-educate ourselves about nutrition How willpower is so misunderstood and is often viewed as a moral failing What we need to understand to better practice willpower How willpower is like a refillable cup and the secret to having more of it Why creating distractions helps tremendously and her suggestions How a to-do list can help fill your cup How generosity helps us to have more self-control Check out more from Jenn Trepeck here.

How to have more willpower, with Jenn Trepeck

Jenn Trepeck is on a mission to change health care. Growing up, her family members were always on a diet and then one day it dawned on her - she realised that she had literally been on a diet her whole life. On today’s episode, she shares her insight on how weight loss isn't magic, it's actually science. Jenn also talks to us about; Blood sugar and why it matters How the key really is consistency Why we need to re-educate ourselves about nutrition How willpower is so misunderstood and is often viewed as a moral failing What we need to understand to better practice willpower How willpower is like a refillable cup and the secret to having more of it Why creating distractions helps tremendously and her suggestions How a to-do list can help fill your cup How generosity helps us to have more self-control Check out more from Jenn Trepeck here.

30:35

EP48 - S2

4 Dec 22

What it means to be an empath, with Kristen Schwartz

Kristen Schwartz is a writer, entrepreneur, attuned empathic healer, certified trauma recovery coach and founder of Realized Empath. One of Kristen's passions is to help Empaths and Highly Sensitive People to realise their potential, where she offers support, inspiration, and healing. In today's chat, she speaks to Nat about: How her passion for helping Empaths came about What it means to be an Empath, and how this can affect everyday life How to differentiate between the average person being able to empathise and being an Empath What Empaths can do to help create boundaries and release their emotions How to get through the early stages of motherhood as a Highly Sensitive Person How to have conversations with your children to protect them from overwhelm See more from Kristen at www.realizedempath.com or order her book The Healed Empath.

What it means to be an empath, with Kristen Schwartz

Kristen Schwartz is a writer, entrepreneur, attuned empathic healer, certified trauma recovery coach and founder of Realized Empath. One of Kristen's passions is to help Empaths and Highly Sensitive People to realise their potential, where she offers support, inspiration, and healing. In today's chat, she speaks to Nat about: How her passion for helping Empaths came about What it means to be an Empath, and how this can affect everyday life How to differentiate between the average person being able to empathise and being an Empath What Empaths can do to help create boundaries and release their emotions How to get through the early stages of motherhood as a Highly Sensitive Person How to have conversations with your children to protect them from overwhelm See more from Kristen at www.realizedempath.com or order her book The Healed Empath.

32:27

EP47 - S2

27 Nov 22

Closing the gender wealth gap, with Tully Humphrey & Sarah Pasini

“Imagine playing monopoly and never buying any assets or investments!”   This is the statement Sarah Pasini raises during this episode. Entrepreneurs Tully & Sarah and no strangers to The Wellness Collective.  They are back to talk about women’s finance, business, multiple income streams and investments and how they can help bridge the gap between gender and wealth. In this episode Tully & Sarah share; Why they created ‘FeFi - their new business that is helping women to create and secure their financial future How FeFi was created out of their own curiosity and passion to create multiple income streams Why women need to create financial independence and how the industry is male dominated How curiosity can fuel our desire to consider various streams of income Why they are investing in certain areas including crypto, silver and gold, stocks and other businesses  They ask Nat questions about her business, when’s she started investing and why What multiple income streams might look like Why letting money sit in the bank may be holding you back from your potential wealth * Disclaimer: Tully & Sarah are not financial advisors and in no way is the advice in this episode to be taken as financial advice.  If you are interested in exploring investments, please talk to a qualified investment consultant.  Connect with Tully & Sarah on Instagram and grab their e-book via their website www.fefi.com.au

Closing the gender wealth gap, with Tully Humphrey & Sarah Pasini

“Imagine playing monopoly and never buying any assets or investments!”   This is the statement Sarah Pasini raises during this episode. Entrepreneurs Tully & Sarah and no strangers to The Wellness Collective.  They are back to talk about women’s finance, business, multiple income streams and investments and how they can help bridge the gap between gender and wealth. In this episode Tully & Sarah share; Why they created ‘FeFi - their new business that is helping women to create and secure their financial future How FeFi was created out of their own curiosity and passion to create multiple income streams Why women need to create financial independence and how the industry is male dominated How curiosity can fuel our desire to consider various streams of income Why they are investing in certain areas including crypto, silver and gold, stocks and other businesses  They ask Nat questions about her business, when’s she started investing and why What multiple income streams might look like Why letting money sit in the bank may be holding you back from your potential wealth * Disclaimer: Tully & Sarah are not financial advisors and in no way is the advice in this episode to be taken as financial advice.  If you are interested in exploring investments, please talk to a qualified investment consultant.  Connect with Tully & Sarah on Instagram and grab their e-book via their website www.fefi.com.au

33:39

EP46 - S2

20 Nov 22

Top Travel Hacks with Nat Kringoudis

Moving through busy airports, saving your back and body from lugging around a heavy suitcase, minimising jet lag and unlocking your travel superpowers starts with this episode where Nat shares her travel tips and tricks from several years of very frequent travel. In this episode you'll learn; How to fly happily & healthily with less stress and more ease (which goes a long way for anxiety levels) How to travel will minimal baggage aka carry on only - it is possible! What to wear and why (FYI it needs pockets) How to make the most of the down time and encourage maximum sleep Why being a curious traveller is key What to do to hack your noise cancelling headphones for maximum efficiency Travel secret to drinking enough water to help with fluid retention and dehydration How to jump time zones with ease Supplements to have on hand to assist Got more hack to add? Connect via Instagram and and pass them on!

Top Travel Hacks with Nat Kringoudis

Moving through busy airports, saving your back and body from lugging around a heavy suitcase, minimising jet lag and unlocking your travel superpowers starts with this episode where Nat shares her travel tips and tricks from several years of very frequent travel. In this episode you'll learn; How to fly happily & healthily with less stress and more ease (which goes a long way for anxiety levels) How to travel will minimal baggage aka carry on only - it is possible! What to wear and why (FYI it needs pockets) How to make the most of the down time and encourage maximum sleep Why being a curious traveller is key What to do to hack your noise cancelling headphones for maximum efficiency Travel secret to drinking enough water to help with fluid retention and dehydration How to jump time zones with ease Supplements to have on hand to assist Got more hack to add? Connect via Instagram and and pass them on!

14:22

EP45 - S2

13 Nov 22

The benefits of Red and Near Red Light Therapy

Is Red and Near Red Light Therapy Safe?  In a world where we have literally shut ourselves inside, we are seeing the impacts of decreased light exposure.  And whilst we may not have a lifestyle that allows us to increase our light exposure, there are hacks and tricks we can implement to improve our exposure and reap the benefits with less risks.  Near Red Light Therapy is one of these we may just want to add to our tool box.  In this episode, Matt & Lena from Orion share the ins and outs of this technology. They talk more about; What exactly is the difference between Red Light and Near Red Light Therapy Seasonal Depression and why it’s on the increase The benefits of Near Red Light Therapy including mood and cellular support, skin conditions, muscle recovery, thyroid conditions and more Case studies of people who have had amazing outcomes from Near Red Light Exposure How to get optimal exposure  And much more. Connect with Orion - www.orionrlt.ca and via Instagram

The benefits of Red and Near Red Light Therapy

Is Red and Near Red Light Therapy Safe?  In a world where we have literally shut ourselves inside, we are seeing the impacts of decreased light exposure.  And whilst we may not have a lifestyle that allows us to increase our light exposure, there are hacks and tricks we can implement to improve our exposure and reap the benefits with less risks.  Near Red Light Therapy is one of these we may just want to add to our tool box.  In this episode, Matt & Lena from Orion share the ins and outs of this technology. They talk more about; What exactly is the difference between Red Light and Near Red Light Therapy Seasonal Depression and why it’s on the increase The benefits of Near Red Light Therapy including mood and cellular support, skin conditions, muscle recovery, thyroid conditions and more Case studies of people who have had amazing outcomes from Near Red Light Exposure How to get optimal exposure  And much more. Connect with Orion - www.orionrlt.ca and via Instagram

26:14

EP44 - S2

6 Nov 22

Does your Lymphatic System really matter? With Bee Czarnota

Just how important is your Lymphatic System? According to Lymphatic Massage Expert Bee Czarnota, it is the unsung hero. In this episode you’ll learn just what your lymphatic system does, how it’s role is critical to your overall health and tips you can add to your daily regime to support it so that you can feel amazing. Bee chats about; * How she started in the lymphatic space before it was well known or well understood * Why the Lymphatic System is the unsung hero  * What happens when Lymph becomes stagnant and how it becomes toxic  * Why body brushing correctly is so important and how everybody gets it so wrong * What is different about the Beetox Method and how it varies from traditional lymphatic treatments  * 5 things you can do today to support your lymphatic system Connect with Bee - www.theebeetoxmethod.com and on Instagram.

Does your Lymphatic System really matter? With Bee Czarnota

Just how important is your Lymphatic System? According to Lymphatic Massage Expert Bee Czarnota, it is the unsung hero. In this episode you’ll learn just what your lymphatic system does, how it’s role is critical to your overall health and tips you can add to your daily regime to support it so that you can feel amazing. Bee chats about; * How she started in the lymphatic space before it was well known or well understood * Why the Lymphatic System is the unsung hero  * What happens when Lymph becomes stagnant and how it becomes toxic  * Why body brushing correctly is so important and how everybody gets it so wrong * What is different about the Beetox Method and how it varies from traditional lymphatic treatments  * 5 things you can do today to support your lymphatic system Connect with Bee - www.theebeetoxmethod.com and on Instagram.

32:43

EP43 - S2

30 Oct 22

Navigating puberty, with my 14-year-old daughter Olivia Kringoudis

By popular demand, today my 14 year old daughter Olivia Kringoudis joins me on The Wellness Collective to answer some of the questions you have put forward for her. If you are a parent of a teenager, this episode will hopefully help you navigate the tricky questions that come up through their years of puberty, and may even be a great episode to share with them. Olivia answers questions about; What she wants to be when she grows up Her experience with getting her period for the first time Changes with hormones and what that felt like The difference between generations with the knowledge we were given about our periods then vs now How much more information and openness there is for teenagers nowadays Navigating friendships We also get to enjoy Olivia’s funny and unique personality in today’s episode. Check out her jewellery here.

Navigating puberty, with my 14-year-old daughter Olivia Kringoudis

By popular demand, today my 14 year old daughter Olivia Kringoudis joins me on The Wellness Collective to answer some of the questions you have put forward for her. If you are a parent of a teenager, this episode will hopefully help you navigate the tricky questions that come up through their years of puberty, and may even be a great episode to share with them. Olivia answers questions about; What she wants to be when she grows up Her experience with getting her period for the first time Changes with hormones and what that felt like The difference between generations with the knowledge we were given about our periods then vs now How much more information and openness there is for teenagers nowadays Navigating friendships We also get to enjoy Olivia’s funny and unique personality in today’s episode. Check out her jewellery here.

31:15

EP43 - S2

23 Oct 22

When Conception Doesn't Go To Plan with Melissa Ambrosini

In a world where we spend most of our time trying not to fall pregnant, discovering it isn't as simple as we were told can be confronting, lonely and over time it becomes stressful and disheartening. Best-selling Author and Podcaster Melissa Ambrosini shares her own story from the preparation of her conception and through her own journey into parenthood. In her rawness she also talks about; The different version of self when becoming a mother and how she now 'get's it' After birth - how we are always talking about 'bouncing back' but in truth, there's no going back and there shouldn’t be How your love grows exponentially when you have children in a way you never knew you could be expanded The season of parenthood being the season of devotion Her favourite saying - "humans make plans and God laughs" and how this became true in her own conception journey How she approached fertility and pregnancy without fear, but fear set in when she still hadn’t fallen pregnant after 18 months The yearning and how she, like many women, ended up living their life in two week increments How the surrender happened The work involved in reconnecting as a couple and how this is so difficult when we’re in the midst of trying for a baby Plus so many more words of wisdom and truth bombs. To access Mel's new program, find out more about her work and get a copy of my book Well and Good as promised head to www.natkringoudis/wholymama.com

When Conception Doesn't Go To Plan with Melissa Ambrosini

In a world where we spend most of our time trying not to fall pregnant, discovering it isn't as simple as we were told can be confronting, lonely and over time it becomes stressful and disheartening. Best-selling Author and Podcaster Melissa Ambrosini shares her own story from the preparation of her conception and through her own journey into parenthood. In her rawness she also talks about; The different version of self when becoming a mother and how she now 'get's it' After birth - how we are always talking about 'bouncing back' but in truth, there's no going back and there shouldn’t be How your love grows exponentially when you have children in a way you never knew you could be expanded The season of parenthood being the season of devotion Her favourite saying - "humans make plans and God laughs" and how this became true in her own conception journey How she approached fertility and pregnancy without fear, but fear set in when she still hadn’t fallen pregnant after 18 months The yearning and how she, like many women, ended up living their life in two week increments How the surrender happened The work involved in reconnecting as a couple and how this is so difficult when we’re in the midst of trying for a baby Plus so many more words of wisdom and truth bombs. To access Mel's new program, find out more about her work and get a copy of my book Well and Good as promised head to www.natkringoudis/wholymama.com

40:16

EP42 - S2

18 Oct 22

How to Speak So Others Will Listen with Caroline Goyder

Caroline Goyder is a voice coach who teaches people to find their voice, speak to inspire, master their meetings and speak in a way that people will be captivated and listen. Whether speaking to your boss, a room full of people or your child, how you speak matters. In this episode she shares techniques and tips to have people tuned into your words, helping you not only speak with more confidence but also listen better to others too. She shares: How we can express ourselves more clearly How this information is relevant to everybody - be it in a meeting, speaking to your child or a room of people The way your voice actually works helps you to understand how to speak better How we can be confidently animated with our voice and why monotone is so boring How to calm our nerves and find calmness before a performance or presentation Dealing with blushing or red rashes when nervous The importance of posture Tools for being a better listener How to use a mind map for presenting and much much more Connect with Caroline - http://www.carolinegoyder.com

How to Speak So Others Will Listen with Caroline Goyder

Caroline Goyder is a voice coach who teaches people to find their voice, speak to inspire, master their meetings and speak in a way that people will be captivated and listen. Whether speaking to your boss, a room full of people or your child, how you speak matters. In this episode she shares techniques and tips to have people tuned into your words, helping you not only speak with more confidence but also listen better to others too. She shares: How we can express ourselves more clearly How this information is relevant to everybody - be it in a meeting, speaking to your child or a room of people The way your voice actually works helps you to understand how to speak better How we can be confidently animated with our voice and why monotone is so boring How to calm our nerves and find calmness before a performance or presentation Dealing with blushing or red rashes when nervous The importance of posture Tools for being a better listener How to use a mind map for presenting and much much more Connect with Caroline - http://www.carolinegoyder.com

35:58

EP41 - S2

9 Oct 22

How to Raise Resilient & Compassionate Children with Lael Stone

Ever thought of building a school? Us neither. But when parenting guru Lael Stone was presented with the idea, she knew she had to make it happen. Lael is an Author, Educator and Speaker helping parents support their children in an environment where they are able to become strong and well adjusted adults. In this episode you will learn from her years of wisdom and her own parenting experience to give you advice and tools you can start to action today. She shares about: Why build a school and how that process unfolded including the efforts you have to go to How us as parents own struggles get in the way with our parenting How to know if we are triggered and we are out of balance with our actions with our children How yelling and being triggered is an opportunity for ourselves to heal as parents, to check in to our own needs and wounds Children are our best teachers and why enquiry is key The two things that make teen parenting tricky And so much more! Connect with Lael at https://laelstone.com.au and also on Instagram here.

How to Raise Resilient & Compassionate Children with Lael Stone

Ever thought of building a school? Us neither. But when parenting guru Lael Stone was presented with the idea, she knew she had to make it happen. Lael is an Author, Educator and Speaker helping parents support their children in an environment where they are able to become strong and well adjusted adults. In this episode you will learn from her years of wisdom and her own parenting experience to give you advice and tools you can start to action today. She shares about: Why build a school and how that process unfolded including the efforts you have to go to How us as parents own struggles get in the way with our parenting How to know if we are triggered and we are out of balance with our actions with our children How yelling and being triggered is an opportunity for ourselves to heal as parents, to check in to our own needs and wounds Children are our best teachers and why enquiry is key The two things that make teen parenting tricky And so much more! Connect with Lael at https://laelstone.com.au and also on Instagram here.

45:36

EP40 - S2

2 Oct 22

The 1 hormone you need to understand for PCOS and Endometriosis with Dr Carrie Jones

Hormone imbalance between various doctors in more recent times has raised great debate. Does hormone imbalance actually exist? As a result, women are left feeling extremely conflicted. Dr Carrie Jones has dedicated her life to understanding hormones. She goes by the title of the Hormone Savvy Doc, she is an ND and is here to help us understand our hormones, common imbalances and why normal isn’t normal if you don’t feel normal and why testing truly matters. Carrie shares more about: Why tests are so important but it’s always about timing Why normal isn’t normal anyhow reference ranges matter How test reference ranges have changed over time and who actually decides on the reference ranges The most common hormone imbalances - excess oestrogen, low progesterone and low testosterone Why supplementing progesterone can’t always work alone for hormone support and fertility What it means to be oestrogen dominant during perimenopause Simple analogies of hormone regulation and why we need to understand how to prioritise hormones Why you need to understand oestrogen for PCOS, Endometriosis and Histamine Intolerances And much more! Connect with Carrie on Instagram or via her website www.drcarriejones.com

The 1 hormone you need to understand for PCOS and Endometriosis with Dr Carrie Jones

Hormone imbalance between various doctors in more recent times has raised great debate. Does hormone imbalance actually exist? As a result, women are left feeling extremely conflicted. Dr Carrie Jones has dedicated her life to understanding hormones. She goes by the title of the Hormone Savvy Doc, she is an ND and is here to help us understand our hormones, common imbalances and why normal isn’t normal if you don’t feel normal and why testing truly matters. Carrie shares more about: Why tests are so important but it’s always about timing Why normal isn’t normal anyhow reference ranges matter How test reference ranges have changed over time and who actually decides on the reference ranges The most common hormone imbalances - excess oestrogen, low progesterone and low testosterone Why supplementing progesterone can’t always work alone for hormone support and fertility What it means to be oestrogen dominant during perimenopause Simple analogies of hormone regulation and why we need to understand how to prioritise hormones Why you need to understand oestrogen for PCOS, Endometriosis and Histamine Intolerances And much more! Connect with Carrie on Instagram or via her website www.drcarriejones.com

45:34

EP39 - S2

25 Sep 22

Unlocking your unique style with Meranda Herft

For some, unlocking style may seem superficial.  But to Meranda, the holistic stylist, style shouldn’t put any negative ideas into a woman's (or man’s) mind. Your style is more about who you are not what you wear.  n this episode Meranda helps us think outside the square of ‘fashion’ and more into how we can show up each day feeling our best. She shares more about: Her 20+ years experience in the fashion industry and what she discovered was missing How style is about feeling good What it means to be a holistic stylist Why we are so connected to size but it actually doesn’t matter Why we can let go of trends since they don’t work for the majority and how to find the ‘goldilocks’ of style What is a wardrobe cleanse and why do you need one? How to ’shop your wardrobe’ How you can finally make your clothes mean something and how they are a beautiful self expression How you can allow your style to show who you are rather than who you are not What a capsule wardrobe looks like Connect with Meranda the Holistic Stylist: https://www.instagram.com/styledbymeranda/

Unlocking your unique style with Meranda Herft

For some, unlocking style may seem superficial.  But to Meranda, the holistic stylist, style shouldn’t put any negative ideas into a woman's (or man’s) mind. Your style is more about who you are not what you wear.  n this episode Meranda helps us think outside the square of ‘fashion’ and more into how we can show up each day feeling our best. She shares more about: Her 20+ years experience in the fashion industry and what she discovered was missing How style is about feeling good What it means to be a holistic stylist Why we are so connected to size but it actually doesn’t matter Why we can let go of trends since they don’t work for the majority and how to find the ‘goldilocks’ of style What is a wardrobe cleanse and why do you need one? How to ’shop your wardrobe’ How you can finally make your clothes mean something and how they are a beautiful self expression How you can allow your style to show who you are rather than who you are not What a capsule wardrobe looks like Connect with Meranda the Holistic Stylist: https://www.instagram.com/styledbymeranda/

31:07

EP38 - S2

19 Sep 22

How to finally hack weight loss with Stu Schaefer

Weight management is something we all ‘feel’ something about. Whether we want to learn how to finally shed the kilos and maintain it, or we want to feel optimal in the skin we are in, it is important to understand why diets don’t work and why what you’ve previously done wasn’t sustainable. Stu Schaefer is a weight loss expert and he is here to smash through some truths to help women feel amazing. After all, we are all different and we should love ourselves no matter what, but being of optimal health really is the aim of the game. Stu specifically shares; How he figured out his three step system after years of doing what everybody else did but saw it wasn’t working nor was it sustainable The secret to weight loss lies in simple chemical reactions Why weight loss the second time around doesn’t seem to work (you’ve lost it, gained it and now can’t lose it again) What is repressed metabolic syndrome and how it shuts down fat burning What is Thermogenesis and how you can switch your body to burn fat easily How a lot of healthy foods aren’t actually healthy on their own What happens as we age and is age a factor in weight management Why so many people are experiencing Thyroid issues How to exercise smarter for weight loss, MTHFR and other autoimmune issues Why mindset matters so much Connect with Stu - www.stuschaefer.com

How to finally hack weight loss with Stu Schaefer

Weight management is something we all ‘feel’ something about. Whether we want to learn how to finally shed the kilos and maintain it, or we want to feel optimal in the skin we are in, it is important to understand why diets don’t work and why what you’ve previously done wasn’t sustainable. Stu Schaefer is a weight loss expert and he is here to smash through some truths to help women feel amazing. After all, we are all different and we should love ourselves no matter what, but being of optimal health really is the aim of the game. Stu specifically shares; How he figured out his three step system after years of doing what everybody else did but saw it wasn’t working nor was it sustainable The secret to weight loss lies in simple chemical reactions Why weight loss the second time around doesn’t seem to work (you’ve lost it, gained it and now can’t lose it again) What is repressed metabolic syndrome and how it shuts down fat burning What is Thermogenesis and how you can switch your body to burn fat easily How a lot of healthy foods aren’t actually healthy on their own What happens as we age and is age a factor in weight management Why so many people are experiencing Thyroid issues How to exercise smarter for weight loss, MTHFR and other autoimmune issues Why mindset matters so much Connect with Stu - www.stuschaefer.com

49:34

EP37 - S2

12 Sep 22

Addressing Menopause Weight Gain with Dr Anna Cabecca

Most women have accepted that gaining weight during menopause is a given. But like most hormonal symptoms, just because it is common doesn’t mean it is normal.  Dr Anna Cabecca is back to share her wisdom about menopause, weight gain and other associated symptoms which she believes can be managed and addressed with simple lifestyle strategies to have women back on track and feeling their best. In this episode you’ll also hear about; The plethora of symptoms women experience during menopause including low libido, mood swings, insomnia, weight gain and how they are linked The simple lifestyle changes you can make to begin to influence your hormones as they change during peri-menopause and menopause How symptoms are great clues to what’s true for your own unique body The nutrition shifts you can make today to begin to support your hormones and reduce your symptoms How you can turn your life around during menopause to feel fantastic  Connect with Dr Anna via her website - https://drannacabeca.com or via Instagram here.

Addressing Menopause Weight Gain with Dr Anna Cabecca

Most women have accepted that gaining weight during menopause is a given. But like most hormonal symptoms, just because it is common doesn’t mean it is normal.  Dr Anna Cabecca is back to share her wisdom about menopause, weight gain and other associated symptoms which she believes can be managed and addressed with simple lifestyle strategies to have women back on track and feeling their best. In this episode you’ll also hear about; The plethora of symptoms women experience during menopause including low libido, mood swings, insomnia, weight gain and how they are linked The simple lifestyle changes you can make to begin to influence your hormones as they change during peri-menopause and menopause How symptoms are great clues to what’s true for your own unique body The nutrition shifts you can make today to begin to support your hormones and reduce your symptoms How you can turn your life around during menopause to feel fantastic  Connect with Dr Anna via her website - https://drannacabeca.com or via Instagram here.

36:41

EP36 - S2

25 Aug 22

The One Technique You Need For Insomnia with Nat Kringoudis

Insomnia can be frustrating, overwhelming and extremely stressful. But rather than resist it, what if it was your body’s way of trying to tell you something? In this episode Nat shares her favourite technique to help her patients who suffer from insomnia as well as reasons why you might experience times where sleep doesn’t come easily. Something that you can try on today and see if it helps you! Nat talks more about: Different types of insomnia (difficulty to fall asleep versus waking or frequent waking) Why you may be experiencing insomnia and why this is important to explore since the reason why you’re waking may be actually what needs to be addressed, not the symptom of waking Tips to fall to sleep more easily What different wake times mean and how we can look at the Chinese Medicine Body Clock to consider what else may be at play with regards to your insomnia Why you need to become more curious about your waking rather than resist it Nat’s #1 tip to help you get back to sleep Why sleep is so important for overall health Connect with Nat via her instagram here.

The One Technique You Need For Insomnia with Nat Kringoudis

Insomnia can be frustrating, overwhelming and extremely stressful. But rather than resist it, what if it was your body’s way of trying to tell you something? In this episode Nat shares her favourite technique to help her patients who suffer from insomnia as well as reasons why you might experience times where sleep doesn’t come easily. Something that you can try on today and see if it helps you! Nat talks more about: Different types of insomnia (difficulty to fall asleep versus waking or frequent waking) Why you may be experiencing insomnia and why this is important to explore since the reason why you’re waking may be actually what needs to be addressed, not the symptom of waking Tips to fall to sleep more easily What different wake times mean and how we can look at the Chinese Medicine Body Clock to consider what else may be at play with regards to your insomnia Why you need to become more curious about your waking rather than resist it Nat’s #1 tip to help you get back to sleep Why sleep is so important for overall health Connect with Nat via her instagram here.

26:46

EP35 - S2

14 Aug 22

The truth about Perimenopause with Nat Kringoudis

Perimenopause begins at around 35 years of age when our hormone levels gradually begin to decline. Many women are experiencing more crazy hormone imbalance symptoms than ever before including heavy periods, mood swings, insomnia and more.  Perimenopause isn’t supposed to be a horrible time. In this episode Nat talks about why so many women are having huge struggles with their hormone health in their 30’s and 40’s and what you can do to help support your hormones for calmer, happier days. In this episode you’ll also hear about; What are the normal symptoms during perimenopauuse Why you are still very fertile during perimenopause and can still conceive How you can begin to use your unique symptoms as clues to guide you for the best treatment approach What hormone imbalances are common during perimenopause The most common hormone imbalance women are suddenly experiencing and how this contributes to perimenopause How to begin to regulate your hormones better due to external influences Reasons internally why you have excess hormones that disrupt your sex hormone balance The main reason why your symptoms are exponentially worse How to regulate hormones during perimenopause with 3 simple lifestyle additions This and much more.  Follow Nat for more on Instagram and check out her Mastering your Perimenopause Masterclass for additional, more detailed information.

The truth about Perimenopause with Nat Kringoudis

Perimenopause begins at around 35 years of age when our hormone levels gradually begin to decline. Many women are experiencing more crazy hormone imbalance symptoms than ever before including heavy periods, mood swings, insomnia and more.  Perimenopause isn’t supposed to be a horrible time. In this episode Nat talks about why so many women are having huge struggles with their hormone health in their 30’s and 40’s and what you can do to help support your hormones for calmer, happier days. In this episode you’ll also hear about; What are the normal symptoms during perimenopauuse Why you are still very fertile during perimenopause and can still conceive How you can begin to use your unique symptoms as clues to guide you for the best treatment approach What hormone imbalances are common during perimenopause The most common hormone imbalance women are suddenly experiencing and how this contributes to perimenopause How to begin to regulate your hormones better due to external influences Reasons internally why you have excess hormones that disrupt your sex hormone balance The main reason why your symptoms are exponentially worse How to regulate hormones during perimenopause with 3 simple lifestyle additions This and much more.  Follow Nat for more on Instagram and check out her Mastering your Perimenopause Masterclass for additional, more detailed information.

30:26

EP34 - S2

1 Aug 22

Why fertility & miscarriage isn’t necessarily an accident with Marc Sklar

Fertility is harder to treat today than it was 20 years ago - at least in the opinion of fertility expert and TCM Doctor Marc Sklar.  But often we take on somebody else’s opinion of our health, especially as a women and take it as truth, when in actual fact - it really is somebody’s best opinion and maybe they’re wrong. In this episode we chat about how this idea is appropriate to fertility and miscarriage to help you unpack the ins and outs around our reproductive health as well as tools you can add to support your own health and fertility.  This episode discusses: Why fertility is more difficult today than ever even with modern technology and medicine How we hide our fertility status and miscarriage and it is a disservice to the persons experiencing loss Why miscarriages happen - are they more than just a freak incident How medicine relies heavily on miscarriage being an accident How many variables contribute to miscarriage including autoimmune issues, blood clotting factors, thyroid and the uterine environment Why 99% of fertility clinics fail to look at these variables How to improve IVF/conception outcomes Why Marc believes that 80% of couples go through assisted conception prematurely Why addressing the ‘root cause’ is so often the missing piece of the puzzle Why stress matters contrary to what you may have been told How you can have some comfort and less stress after miscarriage What variables you can create after miscarriage for peace of mind to proceed into your next pregnancy The foundational things that matter to Marc that you can look into today Connect with Marc via his website - www.marcsklar.com, also on instagram @the_fertility_expert

Why fertility & miscarriage isn’t necessarily an accident with Marc Sklar

Fertility is harder to treat today than it was 20 years ago - at least in the opinion of fertility expert and TCM Doctor Marc Sklar.  But often we take on somebody else’s opinion of our health, especially as a women and take it as truth, when in actual fact - it really is somebody’s best opinion and maybe they’re wrong. In this episode we chat about how this idea is appropriate to fertility and miscarriage to help you unpack the ins and outs around our reproductive health as well as tools you can add to support your own health and fertility.  This episode discusses: Why fertility is more difficult today than ever even with modern technology and medicine How we hide our fertility status and miscarriage and it is a disservice to the persons experiencing loss Why miscarriages happen - are they more than just a freak incident How medicine relies heavily on miscarriage being an accident How many variables contribute to miscarriage including autoimmune issues, blood clotting factors, thyroid and the uterine environment Why 99% of fertility clinics fail to look at these variables How to improve IVF/conception outcomes Why Marc believes that 80% of couples go through assisted conception prematurely Why addressing the ‘root cause’ is so often the missing piece of the puzzle Why stress matters contrary to what you may have been told How you can have some comfort and less stress after miscarriage What variables you can create after miscarriage for peace of mind to proceed into your next pregnancy The foundational things that matter to Marc that you can look into today Connect with Marc via his website - www.marcsklar.com, also on instagram @the_fertility_expert

41:28

EP33 - S2

24 Jul 22

How to be a better Dad with Luke McLean

Dad life in modern times may leave many parents feeling overwhelmed as traditional parent roles have changed and we are left trying to navigate these in a way we’ve never known.  n this episode we chat with mentor Luke McLean about how we can better support the father figure in your household. Luke shares: Why the traditional role of ’the dad’ is still as important as ever How children mimic what they see and how the behaviours of parents are reflected in our children How less contact with parents is the reality due to the nature of working parents and what we can do to cultivate connection regardless Why planning times of connection is key How we can be aware of the ‘3 Ds’ (Distracted, Disconnected and Discontentment) to be more reflective and more present as a parent Why rituals are so important to help us connect How to have conversations with our partners that spark curiosity and solutions What the biggest blocks may be for men and how we can support men to ask for help early and be less explosive in times of stress and overwhelm How we can change generational behaviours Setting up your evening before you walk into the door to create connection and calm Awareness of how parents talk to each other and the roles they play Connect with Luke McLean @Luke_mclean_life and via his website https://lukemclean.net

How to be a better Dad with Luke McLean

Dad life in modern times may leave many parents feeling overwhelmed as traditional parent roles have changed and we are left trying to navigate these in a way we’ve never known.  n this episode we chat with mentor Luke McLean about how we can better support the father figure in your household. Luke shares: Why the traditional role of ’the dad’ is still as important as ever How children mimic what they see and how the behaviours of parents are reflected in our children How less contact with parents is the reality due to the nature of working parents and what we can do to cultivate connection regardless Why planning times of connection is key How we can be aware of the ‘3 Ds’ (Distracted, Disconnected and Discontentment) to be more reflective and more present as a parent Why rituals are so important to help us connect How to have conversations with our partners that spark curiosity and solutions What the biggest blocks may be for men and how we can support men to ask for help early and be less explosive in times of stress and overwhelm How we can change generational behaviours Setting up your evening before you walk into the door to create connection and calm Awareness of how parents talk to each other and the roles they play Connect with Luke McLean @Luke_mclean_life and via his website https://lukemclean.net

33:49

EP32 - S2

18 Jul 22

How to start a business with your friend with Jess Blizzard

Contrary to what you may have been told, starting a business with a loved one is possible with the right strategies, agreements and discussion. In this episode, Nat chats with Jess Blizzard, owner/co-owner of The Talent Collective, Daysy and Bickerstaff Blizzard as to how this is possible to be in business with your bestie, not only why you should but why she highly recommends that you do! In this episode Jess shares; How finding the right combination in business partners is the key to success Why you shouldn’t listen to ’the people’ who say you should never go into business with a friend What makes business work if you do go into partnership with somebody you already have a relationship with Recommended strategies and systems How to navigate the hard parts of partnership and how to use these to your advantage How multiple income streams are so important to create Why she felt called to start Daysy even though she had no health background How she personally manages having so many fingers in so many pies How important is it to continue to self evaluate and how she personally adopts this Follow along Jess’ adventures at @[email protected]@bickerstaffblizzard

How to start a business with your friend with Jess Blizzard

Contrary to what you may have been told, starting a business with a loved one is possible with the right strategies, agreements and discussion. In this episode, Nat chats with Jess Blizzard, owner/co-owner of The Talent Collective, Daysy and Bickerstaff Blizzard as to how this is possible to be in business with your bestie, not only why you should but why she highly recommends that you do! In this episode Jess shares; How finding the right combination in business partners is the key to success Why you shouldn’t listen to ’the people’ who say you should never go into business with a friend What makes business work if you do go into partnership with somebody you already have a relationship with Recommended strategies and systems How to navigate the hard parts of partnership and how to use these to your advantage How multiple income streams are so important to create Why she felt called to start Daysy even though she had no health background How she personally manages having so many fingers in so many pies How important is it to continue to self evaluate and how she personally adopts this Follow along Jess’ adventures at @[email protected]@bickerstaffblizzard

40:42

EP31 - S2

12 Jul 22

Queen Menopause with Ali Daddo

Ali Dado graced the covers of our favourite Dolly Magazine Editions in the 90s and in more recent times married Cameron Daddo and became a mother of three. And through all the ups and downs that come with families and children, Menopause for all has been the wildest ride. In this episode she shares the details of her own menopause experience and tells her story to help other women unleash the power of menopause, cross the invisible line into the second half of their lives and reclaim their best self. Ali also shares: How she felt lost and alone through peri-menopause and menopause The 'trauma' of menopause How dark periods of menopause had her left feeling scared and alone What symptoms she experienced - including common symptoms of night sweats, fatigue, weight gain and more but also not so commonly, heart palpitations and taking herself to emergency to find out nothing was wrong with her heart How it's still a taboo subject and nobody is talking bout it The toll it took on her relationships, marriage and family How we can switch things around and start looking at menopause from a different light Why we can ignore it - putting ourself at the bottom of the list is a recipe for disaster approaching menopause Ali's new book is called Queen Menopause and can be purchased at book stores nationally Connect with Ali on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/alidaddo/

Queen Menopause with Ali Daddo

Ali Dado graced the covers of our favourite Dolly Magazine Editions in the 90s and in more recent times married Cameron Daddo and became a mother of three. And through all the ups and downs that come with families and children, Menopause for all has been the wildest ride. In this episode she shares the details of her own menopause experience and tells her story to help other women unleash the power of menopause, cross the invisible line into the second half of their lives and reclaim their best self. Ali also shares: How she felt lost and alone through peri-menopause and menopause The 'trauma' of menopause How dark periods of menopause had her left feeling scared and alone What symptoms she experienced - including common symptoms of night sweats, fatigue, weight gain and more but also not so commonly, heart palpitations and taking herself to emergency to find out nothing was wrong with her heart How it's still a taboo subject and nobody is talking bout it The toll it took on her relationships, marriage and family How we can switch things around and start looking at menopause from a different light Why we can ignore it - putting ourself at the bottom of the list is a recipe for disaster approaching menopause Ali's new book is called Queen Menopause and can be purchased at book stores nationally Connect with Ali on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/alidaddo/

29:31

EP30 - S2

4 Jul 22

How to claim your power with Kemi Nekvapil

Kemi Nekvapil grew up in foster care and had experienced five different homes by the age of 13. Time after time she had the doors to validation and opportunity closed to her because of her race and her gender. It wasn't until Sue, one of her foster mothers asked her what she wanted to do when she left school that she began to learn the power of choice. In this episode Kemi shares of her journey and how it has all lead to her becoming the fierce and unapologetically incredible women she is today. Kemi shares more about; Women in leadership Her passionate role with The Hunger Project and how it sees things from the coaching lens to help communities in developing countries get the support they need to build and elevate their communities How we all have a role because we are all human and nobody's input should ever be dismissed How she turned down the role of a lifetime to direct, produce and star in a television show, to pursue her passion as a young woman - food and yoga How she now helps people explore who they are What power truly is and how we can tap into our own power because nobody is coming to save us, but at the same time we must learn to be vulnerable to get the support we deserve. Her new book Power - A Woman's Guide to Living Without Apology Connect with Kemi - https://www.keminekvapil.com and on Instagram.

How to claim your power with Kemi Nekvapil

Kemi Nekvapil grew up in foster care and had experienced five different homes by the age of 13. Time after time she had the doors to validation and opportunity closed to her because of her race and her gender. It wasn't until Sue, one of her foster mothers asked her what she wanted to do when she left school that she began to learn the power of choice. In this episode Kemi shares of her journey and how it has all lead to her becoming the fierce and unapologetically incredible women she is today. Kemi shares more about; Women in leadership Her passionate role with The Hunger Project and how it sees things from the coaching lens to help communities in developing countries get the support they need to build and elevate their communities How we all have a role because we are all human and nobody's input should ever be dismissed How she turned down the role of a lifetime to direct, produce and star in a television show, to pursue her passion as a young woman - food and yoga How she now helps people explore who they are What power truly is and how we can tap into our own power because nobody is coming to save us, but at the same time we must learn to be vulnerable to get the support we deserve. Her new book Power - A Woman's Guide to Living Without Apology Connect with Kemi - https://www.keminekvapil.com and on Instagram.

48:23

EP29 - S2

27 Jun 22

Understanding your Uniqueness and Human Design with Shayna and Dana from DayLuna

Human design is the science of differentiating synthesis based on four ancient modalities. Think of it as your own personal manual to help you understand your own uniqueness. Dana and Shayna from DayLuna help us to understand how this is a powerful tool you can adapt to not only help you understand your life's purpose but also those around you including your children and loved ones. Dana and Shayna talk more about; The steps involved in creating your human design chart by date of birth, time of birth and location and how these play a role in 'stamping' you with your unique traits and abilities How the human design chart helps put the pieces together of your own flow and how you are meant to 'be' in the world The role that conditioning plays and how it can set us on course from how we act and behave How to finally understand your unique purpose Connect with Dana and Shayna at DayLuna - https://www.daylunalife.com and on instagram.

Understanding your Uniqueness and Human Design with Shayna and Dana from DayLuna

Human design is the science of differentiating synthesis based on four ancient modalities. Think of it as your own personal manual to help you understand your own uniqueness. Dana and Shayna from DayLuna help us to understand how this is a powerful tool you can adapt to not only help you understand your life's purpose but also those around you including your children and loved ones. Dana and Shayna talk more about; The steps involved in creating your human design chart by date of birth, time of birth and location and how these play a role in 'stamping' you with your unique traits and abilities How the human design chart helps put the pieces together of your own flow and how you are meant to 'be' in the world The role that conditioning plays and how it can set us on course from how we act and behave How to finally understand your unique purpose Connect with Dana and Shayna at DayLuna - https://www.daylunalife.com and on instagram.

38:29

EP28 - S2

20 Jun 22

Change your life with Sound Therapy with Rafaele Joudry

Rafaele Joudry has spent 30 years in the industry of Sound Therapy and is passionate about sharing the incredible benefits of Sound Therapy that has changed people's lives. From improving hearing to emotional wellbeing, brain performance to brain disorders, Rafaele is here to show you how Sound Therapy will help you. Rafaele shares: How Sound Therapy is different from Music Therapy The connection between the ear and the brain and how it's far more than we may think How the ear is the entry point to the brain and the connection to the world and self as it serves orientation, environment, connection and communication What sound therapy does How COVID has impacted hearing and hearing damage after the virus Chronic Gestation Tube Disorder/blocked hear and how Sound Therapy can restore hearing How Sound Therapy is anti-aging Treating blocked ear has to consider inflammation and the muscles of the ear and why most people get this wrong And so much more. Head to mysoundtherapy.com/podcast for the resources that Rafaele shares.

Change your life with Sound Therapy with Rafaele Joudry

Rafaele Joudry has spent 30 years in the industry of Sound Therapy and is passionate about sharing the incredible benefits of Sound Therapy that has changed people's lives. From improving hearing to emotional wellbeing, brain performance to brain disorders, Rafaele is here to show you how Sound Therapy will help you. Rafaele shares: How Sound Therapy is different from Music Therapy The connection between the ear and the brain and how it's far more than we may think How the ear is the entry point to the brain and the connection to the world and self as it serves orientation, environment, connection and communication What sound therapy does How COVID has impacted hearing and hearing damage after the virus Chronic Gestation Tube Disorder/blocked hear and how Sound Therapy can restore hearing How Sound Therapy is anti-aging Treating blocked ear has to consider inflammation and the muscles of the ear and why most people get this wrong And so much more. Head to mysoundtherapy.com/podcast for the resources that Rafaele shares.

34:09

EP27 - S2

13 Jun 22

How to Manifest Your Best Self with Jordanna Levin

Jordanna previously considered herself a self help junkie. From food writer and recipe developer to 'self help' guru, Jordanna has written the books that still sit in the self help section. However, she realised that we don't need to fix ourselves but that we all have the tools within to find our own self awareness and make it our superpower to be our best and get the most out of our own life. In this episode Jordanna talks about; why it is so important to develop self awareness which includes our strengths and weaknesses the 6 aspects to self why curiosity matters and how asking our self questions is so important understanding what our own values are and why they are so important to define how you can use your weaknesses as a superpower There's so much packed into this episode. Connect with Jordanna on Instagram or via her website www.jordannalevin.com.au    

How to Manifest Your Best Self with Jordanna Levin

Jordanna previously considered herself a self help junkie. From food writer and recipe developer to 'self help' guru, Jordanna has written the books that still sit in the self help section. However, she realised that we don't need to fix ourselves but that we all have the tools within to find our own self awareness and make it our superpower to be our best and get the most out of our own life. In this episode Jordanna talks about; why it is so important to develop self awareness which includes our strengths and weaknesses the 6 aspects to self why curiosity matters and how asking our self questions is so important understanding what our own values are and why they are so important to define how you can use your weaknesses as a superpower There's so much packed into this episode. Connect with Jordanna on Instagram or via her website www.jordannalevin.com.au    

35:47

EP26 - S2

6 Jun 22

How to forage & why you need to eat weeds with Diego Bonetto

Diego Bonetto is an environmental educator and has dedicated decades to teaching people how to forage and live off their surroundings. In this episode he teaches how to begin to safely forage and why it is so important for more than just our nourishment as food. Diego also shares: Why foraging is more important now than ever Why people come to foraging - not just due to food shortages but for home remedies, food shortages, a way to connect, to cultivate botanical empathy and to become a caretaker of the land What do we need to look out for and why we don't necessarily need to leave the suburb to forage 3 easy plants you can start with today The spectrum of mushrooms and what is ok and what isn't Why seaweed is a great place to start Check out Diego's new book Eat Weeds: A Field Guide To Foraging https://www.diegobonetto.com/eatweeds-buy-book or on Instagram @theweedyone

How to forage & why you need to eat weeds with Diego Bonetto

Diego Bonetto is an environmental educator and has dedicated decades to teaching people how to forage and live off their surroundings. In this episode he teaches how to begin to safely forage and why it is so important for more than just our nourishment as food. Diego also shares: Why foraging is more important now than ever Why people come to foraging - not just due to food shortages but for home remedies, food shortages, a way to connect, to cultivate botanical empathy and to become a caretaker of the land What do we need to look out for and why we don't necessarily need to leave the suburb to forage 3 easy plants you can start with today The spectrum of mushrooms and what is ok and what isn't Why seaweed is a great place to start Check out Diego's new book Eat Weeds: A Field Guide To Foraging https://www.diegobonetto.com/eatweeds-buy-book or on Instagram @theweedyone

29:34

EP25 - S2

29 May 22

Searching for Happiness with Dr Dain Heer

Just a heads up that this episode briefly discusses suicide and childhood abuse. If you're struggling you can always call Lifeline on 13 11 14. On a random Wednesday 22 years ago, Dr Dain Heer gave up all hope. He surrendered and gave himself an expiration date - if something didn't rapidly change in 6 months, he was going to end his life. After living with years of abuse as a child, Dain always knew there was a different possibility, he just hadn't quite figured out how to access it. In this episode Dain shares his own experience in turning his life around in a remarkable and inspiring way - something we can all tap into. He shares tools we can implement right now to change our own trajectory. Dain dives deep into; Why you actually can't (and shouldn't) fake it until you make it and how this is literally lying to yourself - because subconsciously you know it not to be true What is access consciousness - the tool that turned his life around in 1 hour and 15 minutes Why people are always greater than they think they are How to find the true you What exactly happened in that 1 hour 15min session How to embrace and not resist the down times Why comparison is a trap and leaves us in a perpetual state of judgement How we can parent our children in a way that is without judgment to allow our children to grow and thrive By treating our children as aware beings they can choose what they want and how to create their own lives How we can begin to love ourselves right now Two tools Dain shares: How to change your vibe: Since we pick up 98% of our thoughts from other people, we must ask ourselves "who does this (thought) belong to?" and return to sender. How to change upset feelings: Take it as "an interesting point of view - I have this point of view." This helps us take a step back and avoid the avoidance. You can listen to Dain explain it in detail in the last 5 minutes of the episode. Connect with Dain: www.beingyouday.com (May 22) www.beingyoubook.com Instagram: @dainheer  

Searching for Happiness with Dr Dain Heer

Just a heads up that this episode briefly discusses suicide and childhood abuse. If you're struggling you can always call Lifeline on 13 11 14. On a random Wednesday 22 years ago, Dr Dain Heer gave up all hope. He surrendered and gave himself an expiration date - if something didn't rapidly change in 6 months, he was going to end his life. After living with years of abuse as a child, Dain always knew there was a different possibility, he just hadn't quite figured out how to access it. In this episode Dain shares his own experience in turning his life around in a remarkable and inspiring way - something we can all tap into. He shares tools we can implement right now to change our own trajectory. Dain dives deep into; Why you actually can't (and shouldn't) fake it until you make it and how this is literally lying to yourself - because subconsciously you know it not to be true What is access consciousness - the tool that turned his life around in 1 hour and 15 minutes Why people are always greater than they think they are How to find the true you What exactly happened in that 1 hour 15min session How to embrace and not resist the down times Why comparison is a trap and leaves us in a perpetual state of judgement How we can parent our children in a way that is without judgment to allow our children to grow and thrive By treating our children as aware beings they can choose what they want and how to create their own lives How we can begin to love ourselves right now Two tools Dain shares: How to change your vibe: Since we pick up 98% of our thoughts from other people, we must ask ourselves "who does this (thought) belong to?" and return to sender. How to change upset feelings: Take it as "an interesting point of view - I have this point of view." This helps us take a step back and avoid the avoidance. You can listen to Dain explain it in detail in the last 5 minutes of the episode. Connect with Dain: www.beingyouday.com (May 22) www.beingyoubook.com Instagram: @dainheer  

39:39

EP24 - S2

22 May 22

Upgrading Your Beauty with Bonnie Gillies

There’s no argument that beauty is only skin deep. And for the Oz Beauty Expert, Bonnie Gillies, she had a literal dream:  she was a makeup artist, reporting on the red carpet. That dream led to creating something special - amazing quality beauty products that help women feel good. In this episode you’ll hear of Bonnie’s journey through creation of beauty products, the hurdles she encountered to bring excellent quality Australian products to market and the #1 question on every woman’s lips - where do we most often go wrong when it comes to makeup application and trends. Bonnie also shares; How creating her brand was well thought out based on where her values lied Why she wanted to create something special and different The experience of custom making - the expense, the guidelines Her passion to share that 100% natural doesn’t actually mean 100% natural How many companies are making misleading claims because there are no guidelines in regulating the beauty industry How make up trends do change and how we can ride the wave Her experience with business mentors and her realisation of self belief Why the application process of makeup can be a game changer How the wrong type of products can be terrible for different women and what they are Connect with Bonnie: @ozbeautyexpert ( https://www.instagram.com/ozbeautyexpert/)   @basics_byb (https://www.instagram.com/basics_byb/)  

Upgrading Your Beauty with Bonnie Gillies

There’s no argument that beauty is only skin deep. And for the Oz Beauty Expert, Bonnie Gillies, she had a literal dream:  she was a makeup artist, reporting on the red carpet. That dream led to creating something special - amazing quality beauty products that help women feel good. In this episode you’ll hear of Bonnie’s journey through creation of beauty products, the hurdles she encountered to bring excellent quality Australian products to market and the #1 question on every woman’s lips - where do we most often go wrong when it comes to makeup application and trends. Bonnie also shares; How creating her brand was well thought out based on where her values lied Why she wanted to create something special and different The experience of custom making - the expense, the guidelines Her passion to share that 100% natural doesn’t actually mean 100% natural How many companies are making misleading claims because there are no guidelines in regulating the beauty industry How make up trends do change and how we can ride the wave Her experience with business mentors and her realisation of self belief Why the application process of makeup can be a game changer How the wrong type of products can be terrible for different women and what they are Connect with Bonnie: @ozbeautyexpert ( https://www.instagram.com/ozbeautyexpert/)   @basics_byb (https://www.instagram.com/basics_byb/)  

33:08

EP23 - S2

16 May 22

Helping Women Feel Better with Natalie McGrath

Naturopath Natalie McGrath loves helping women feel better. She wanted to change the culture of how women look after themselves, switching this up to be something more necessary than indulgent. She knows too well that when we invest in ourselves, everybody benefits but breaking down old patterns isn’t easy. With this in mind she saw a gap in the market and created a beauty/skin produce Glowso, a supplement targeted at skin health. In this episode Natalie not only shares her personal story but how important self care is, and why we need the right products to benefit. In this episode Natalie and Nat also talk about; How feeling optimal has a flow on effect Why we can let go of the guilt around putting ourselves first for a happier and healthier life Why being an example to our children and loved ones is so important How we can reframe how we see downtime and self care Why she created the product Glowso and how it was after 100s of patients were taking collagen and similar products for skin health however most products in Natalie’s opinion didn’t quite hit the mark Why we all need collagen; what it does, how it is important for various aspects of health including gut support and anti-inflammatory properties The difference between marine collagen and bovine collagen How adult acne can be addressed Why using local botanicals may be a hidden secret for us to benefit from Connect with Natalie - @nataliemcgrathnaturopath @glowsohealth and www.natailemcgrath.com.au

Helping Women Feel Better with Natalie McGrath

Naturopath Natalie McGrath loves helping women feel better. She wanted to change the culture of how women look after themselves, switching this up to be something more necessary than indulgent. She knows too well that when we invest in ourselves, everybody benefits but breaking down old patterns isn’t easy. With this in mind she saw a gap in the market and created a beauty/skin produce Glowso, a supplement targeted at skin health. In this episode Natalie not only shares her personal story but how important self care is, and why we need the right products to benefit. In this episode Natalie and Nat also talk about; How feeling optimal has a flow on effect Why we can let go of the guilt around putting ourselves first for a happier and healthier life Why being an example to our children and loved ones is so important How we can reframe how we see downtime and self care Why she created the product Glowso and how it was after 100s of patients were taking collagen and similar products for skin health however most products in Natalie’s opinion didn’t quite hit the mark Why we all need collagen; what it does, how it is important for various aspects of health including gut support and anti-inflammatory properties The difference between marine collagen and bovine collagen How adult acne can be addressed Why using local botanicals may be a hidden secret for us to benefit from Connect with Natalie - @nataliemcgrathnaturopath @glowsohealth and www.natailemcgrath.com.au

32:50

EP22 - S2

8 May 22

Having more confidence with Julia Vogl

Facing fears and challenges is something that takes all of us outside of our comfort zone. Julia Vogl is no stranger to this - after being bullied at school, she didn’t think she had what it took to become an actress. But, being curious by nature, Julia was led down an unexpected path and she went on to becoming a celebrity interviewer, and she now teaching others how to do the same. She’s here to help us learn how to be more confident and show up, be it on camera or at the doctors office. In this episode Julia shares; How we must learn to listen better How to get creative with the types of questions we ask Why your energy is infectious and how it rubs off on others Connecting with ourselves before we can connect with others What were some of her stand out interviews Why we must all become a story teller How it is so important to meet yourself where you are at and get out of our own way And so much more! Connect with Julia - @juliavogl_ or her website www.juliavogl.com.au 

Having more confidence with Julia Vogl

Facing fears and challenges is something that takes all of us outside of our comfort zone. Julia Vogl is no stranger to this - after being bullied at school, she didn’t think she had what it took to become an actress. But, being curious by nature, Julia was led down an unexpected path and she went on to becoming a celebrity interviewer, and she now teaching others how to do the same. She’s here to help us learn how to be more confident and show up, be it on camera or at the doctors office. In this episode Julia shares; How we must learn to listen better How to get creative with the types of questions we ask Why your energy is infectious and how it rubs off on others Connecting with ourselves before we can connect with others What were some of her stand out interviews Why we must all become a story teller How it is so important to meet yourself where you are at and get out of our own way And so much more! Connect with Julia - @juliavogl_ or her website www.juliavogl.com.au 

38:04

EP21 - S2

2 May 22

Recovering from Long COVID with Nat Kringoudis

Having COVID is one thing but around 30-40% of people who have had COVID are going on to develop “long COVID” or what’s also referred to as long haulers. In this episode Nat shares her personal experience of being a long hauler plus why she was placed in a position to begin to treat hundreds of people suffering from this condition. She shares; + Her own personal story and being sick when it wasn’t ok to have COVID + How her being transparent about being sick put her in a position where others started coming to her for support simply because they knew nobody else who had it + Why she ended up seeing so many patients for support and recovery + The difference between COVID and long COVID + What puts people at risk of becoming a long hauler + How we can borrow from history to help us navigate the virus and find comfort and education in this + The 5 different factors to consider in tailoring a treatment plan for long haulers + Other factors which impact recovery (nutrition, movement etc)   And more!    Nat would love to learn how you enjoyed this episode. 

Recovering from Long COVID with Nat Kringoudis

Having COVID is one thing but around 30-40% of people who have had COVID are going on to develop “long COVID” or what’s also referred to as long haulers. In this episode Nat shares her personal experience of being a long hauler plus why she was placed in a position to begin to treat hundreds of people suffering from this condition. She shares; + Her own personal story and being sick when it wasn’t ok to have COVID + How her being transparent about being sick put her in a position where others started coming to her for support simply because they knew nobody else who had it + Why she ended up seeing so many patients for support and recovery + The difference between COVID and long COVID + What puts people at risk of becoming a long hauler + How we can borrow from history to help us navigate the virus and find comfort and education in this + The 5 different factors to consider in tailoring a treatment plan for long haulers + Other factors which impact recovery (nutrition, movement etc)   And more!    Nat would love to learn how you enjoyed this episode. 

18:01

EP20 - S2

24 Apr 22

Creating Calm Kids with Keonie Moore

 Having a child with extra needs isn’t just about having a ’naughty child.’  Keonie Moore is here to help us understand behavioural challenges with children - from ADHD to Autism, OCD to PANDAS, her clinical experience in this field spans decades, including her own challenges as a mother. In this episode you will learn some mind blowing truths you need to know if you are a parent or a loved one of a child with extra needs. Keonie shares: How to deal with the judgement of raising a child with extra needs and why it isn’t about having a ’naughty child’ but more so learning how to support and  navigate their needs Why building self confidence is so crucial What nutrients for example Iron have to do with it and why supplementation can be a game changer How finding what they are good at can be a turning point The increase of diagnosis - is it because there is more awareness or are the more children suffering How we can create more awareness You can connect with Keonie at www.remed.com.au

Creating Calm Kids with Keonie Moore

 Having a child with extra needs isn’t just about having a ’naughty child.’  Keonie Moore is here to help us understand behavioural challenges with children - from ADHD to Autism, OCD to PANDAS, her clinical experience in this field spans decades, including her own challenges as a mother. In this episode you will learn some mind blowing truths you need to know if you are a parent or a loved one of a child with extra needs. Keonie shares: How to deal with the judgement of raising a child with extra needs and why it isn’t about having a ’naughty child’ but more so learning how to support and  navigate their needs Why building self confidence is so crucial What nutrients for example Iron have to do with it and why supplementation can be a game changer How finding what they are good at can be a turning point The increase of diagnosis - is it because there is more awareness or are the more children suffering How we can create more awareness You can connect with Keonie at www.remed.com.au

30:14

EP19 - S2

10 Apr 22

Are your teeth making you sick with Trina Felber

Trina Felber was a nurse of 30 years and is now the owner of Primal Life Organics. But after studying anaesthesia and furthering her skill set, she was stumped when her daughter developed issues with her teeth at a very young age. She figured out the connection between oral health and our overall health and teaches about how the mouth is the gateway to your entire health. In this episodes she shares more on; How everything starts in the mouth and why oral hygiene may be the missing link in your own health path What bad breath really means How you can really fix receding gums The deal with root canals Do you need to scrape your tongue How the teeth meridians are connecting tooth to organ and what this can tell us specifically about each organ in the body How tooth and mouth disease is linked to diabetes, thyroid, heart issues and effective dysfunction Why you want to create an alkaline environment and how this can change your entire body And so much more! Connect with Trina at http://trinafelber.com or on Instagram 

Are your teeth making you sick with Trina Felber

Trina Felber was a nurse of 30 years and is now the owner of Primal Life Organics. But after studying anaesthesia and furthering her skill set, she was stumped when her daughter developed issues with her teeth at a very young age. She figured out the connection between oral health and our overall health and teaches about how the mouth is the gateway to your entire health. In this episodes she shares more on; How everything starts in the mouth and why oral hygiene may be the missing link in your own health path What bad breath really means How you can really fix receding gums The deal with root canals Do you need to scrape your tongue How the teeth meridians are connecting tooth to organ and what this can tell us specifically about each organ in the body How tooth and mouth disease is linked to diabetes, thyroid, heart issues and effective dysfunction Why you want to create an alkaline environment and how this can change your entire body And so much more! Connect with Trina at http://trinafelber.com or on Instagram 

45:08

EP18 - S2

27 Mar 22

Building A Successful Brand with the duo behind Tully Lou

Building an iconic clothing brand is no easy task and for the duo Tully Humphrey and Sarah Pasini, they know too well the ups and downs of creating a successful business. What’s more, a business isn’t just four walls and a cash register. In this episode you will hear of the trials and triumphs Tully and Sarah have experienced as well as how they got to where they are today. Specifically this episode shares; Why Tully created the brand after dropping out of high school due to an eating disorder When Sarah came onboard and how that shifted the dynamics Where they find their inspiration to create standout active wear pieces That moment when Gigi Hadid wore Tully Lou Tully’s own journey with her eating disorder The marketing blunder Tully Lou faced and how they were able to recover This and so much more. Connect with @tullylou, @tullyhumphrey and @spasini www.tullylou.com      

Building A Successful Brand with the duo behind Tully Lou

Building an iconic clothing brand is no easy task and for the duo Tully Humphrey and Sarah Pasini, they know too well the ups and downs of creating a successful business. What’s more, a business isn’t just four walls and a cash register. In this episode you will hear of the trials and triumphs Tully and Sarah have experienced as well as how they got to where they are today. Specifically this episode shares; Why Tully created the brand after dropping out of high school due to an eating disorder When Sarah came onboard and how that shifted the dynamics Where they find their inspiration to create standout active wear pieces That moment when Gigi Hadid wore Tully Lou Tully’s own journey with her eating disorder The marketing blunder Tully Lou faced and how they were able to recover This and so much more. Connect with @tullylou, @tullyhumphrey and @spasini www.tullylou.com      

34:25

EP17 - S2

20 Mar 22

Your Brain on Birth Control with Dr Sarah Hill

Research psychologist Dr Sarah Hill has always had a passion for investigating attraction and sex hormones. It wasn't until Sarah started researching and transitioned off the pill herself, that she discovered how the world felt very different to her. In this episode Sarah shares her latest mind blowing findings in this area we know very little about. Sarah shares in detail; Her own personal story and the realisation that the world felt a very different (and better place) to her when she stopped taking birth control Whether pheromones are real How this further prompted her research into this area where there is very little research currently done What The Birth Control Pill does to our attraction towards another partner If women are attracted to different men whilst on birth control compared to when they are not on birth control If birth control may be a contributing factor (one of many) to low fertility rates due to incompatible attraction How increased use of dating apps may be affecting attraction due to the inability to sense/smell a partner How we use sex hormones in our brain for emotion signalling and how women on the pill have less of this due to flatlining hormones How the pill may lower performance Any benefits of taking the pill including drug users and how it has a positive impact on conditions like anxiety and depression   Connect with Dr Sarah @sarahehillphd and www.sarahehill.com

Your Brain on Birth Control with Dr Sarah Hill

Research psychologist Dr Sarah Hill has always had a passion for investigating attraction and sex hormones. It wasn't until Sarah started researching and transitioned off the pill herself, that she discovered how the world felt very different to her. In this episode Sarah shares her latest mind blowing findings in this area we know very little about. Sarah shares in detail; Her own personal story and the realisation that the world felt a very different (and better place) to her when she stopped taking birth control Whether pheromones are real How this further prompted her research into this area where there is very little research currently done What The Birth Control Pill does to our attraction towards another partner If women are attracted to different men whilst on birth control compared to when they are not on birth control If birth control may be a contributing factor (one of many) to low fertility rates due to incompatible attraction How increased use of dating apps may be affecting attraction due to the inability to sense/smell a partner How we use sex hormones in our brain for emotion signalling and how women on the pill have less of this due to flatlining hormones How the pill may lower performance Any benefits of taking the pill including drug users and how it has a positive impact on conditions like anxiety and depression   Connect with Dr Sarah @sarahehillphd and www.sarahehill.com

42:11

EP16 - S2

13 Mar 22

From nothing to everything with Erin Deering

Founder of Triangl Swimwear, Erin Deering opens up in this vulnerable and heartfelt podcast where she tells her story of going from nothing to everything and the reality of being miserable despite having 'it all.' Erin opens up and shares her story in this podcast to help other business women, mothers and those on a quest to find the happiness in life we all deserve. Erin shares; how Triangl hit the ground running and exceeded their wildest expectations as a brand how Instagram was such a fundamental part of the process and how much things have changed in 10 years Her experience of going from nothing to everything and how miserable she was through this The break up of both the business and marriage How we will continue to repeat patterns in other areas of our lives to learn the lesson What rock bottom looked like and what that meant for her as a mother What 'doing the work' is What the first part of healing was for her and the modalities that became a turning point How telling stories just like this helps us all in our own personal growth Connect with Erin @erinkdeering

From nothing to everything with Erin Deering

Founder of Triangl Swimwear, Erin Deering opens up in this vulnerable and heartfelt podcast where she tells her story of going from nothing to everything and the reality of being miserable despite having 'it all.' Erin opens up and shares her story in this podcast to help other business women, mothers and those on a quest to find the happiness in life we all deserve. Erin shares; how Triangl hit the ground running and exceeded their wildest expectations as a brand how Instagram was such a fundamental part of the process and how much things have changed in 10 years Her experience of going from nothing to everything and how miserable she was through this The break up of both the business and marriage How we will continue to repeat patterns in other areas of our lives to learn the lesson What rock bottom looked like and what that meant for her as a mother What 'doing the work' is What the first part of healing was for her and the modalities that became a turning point How telling stories just like this helps us all in our own personal growth Connect with Erin @erinkdeering

42:14

EP15 - S2

6 Mar 22

Understanding Your Own Hormone Imbalance with Dr Shawn Tassone

What exactly is integrative medicine? And why do so many doctors seem to dismiss hormones? Author of The Hormone Balance Bible and The Wellness Collective's resident OBGYN, Dr Shawn Tassone is back to share with us insights as to why so many patients are misdiagnosed and how they can profile their symptoms to gain clues and answers into their own hormone imbalance. In this episode Dr Shawn discusses; + What exactly is integrative medicine + Why patient encounters are important in your skillset as a provider + Why it's time to talk how attacking other providers for making money has to stop + How hormone imbalances are misunderstood and his thoughts on groups promoting hormone imbalance is fake + The beef stroganoff principle and how we can finally understand medicine + How talking in stories connected patients with their body to finally understand their hormones to increase results + The number one hormone imbalance and how it likely isn't what you think (low testosterone) and how to address it + The Hormone Quiz you must do to figure out your hormone type - https://tassonemd.com/quiz/ Connect with Dr Shawn on Instagram @shawntassonemd or via his website www.tassonemd.com  

Understanding Your Own Hormone Imbalance with Dr Shawn Tassone

What exactly is integrative medicine? And why do so many doctors seem to dismiss hormones? Author of The Hormone Balance Bible and The Wellness Collective's resident OBGYN, Dr Shawn Tassone is back to share with us insights as to why so many patients are misdiagnosed and how they can profile their symptoms to gain clues and answers into their own hormone imbalance. In this episode Dr Shawn discusses; + What exactly is integrative medicine + Why patient encounters are important in your skillset as a provider + Why it's time to talk how attacking other providers for making money has to stop + How hormone imbalances are misunderstood and his thoughts on groups promoting hormone imbalance is fake + The beef stroganoff principle and how we can finally understand medicine + How talking in stories connected patients with their body to finally understand their hormones to increase results + The number one hormone imbalance and how it likely isn't what you think (low testosterone) and how to address it + The Hormone Quiz you must do to figure out your hormone type - https://tassonemd.com/quiz/ Connect with Dr Shawn on Instagram @shawntassonemd or via his website www.tassonemd.com  

34:45

EP15 - S2

28 Feb 22

How to truly live a long and extraordinary life with Marcus Pearce

The key to living a long and happy life isn't necessarily what you might think. Journalist, podcaster and health educator Marcus Pearce has gone to the ends of the earth to find out what truly is the secret to longevity. But living a long life isn't necessarily ideal without health and happiness. In this episode, he will share with you tips and tools so you can have it all. Marcus talks about; + Why family really shouldn't come first if you want to be truly happy and why we need to be somewhat selfish to be happier and healthier (and equally why family is important) + How some of the happiest people in the world lost all their family and why this allowed them to live a more fulfilled life + Why diet has far less to do with longevity + How one of the most important things we can consider is how adaptive we are and recognise self evolution is essential + How the family unit is different for everybody and finding what works for you is far more important that what works for others + Why we don't need to live by other peoples rules + Why the 3 ingredients for happiness and a long life are purpose, social and movement. + The role stress plays in ageing And how it's never too late to start. Connect with Marcus @marcusdpearce or via his website - https://marcuspearce.com.au

How to truly live a long and extraordinary life with Marcus Pearce

The key to living a long and happy life isn't necessarily what you might think. Journalist, podcaster and health educator Marcus Pearce has gone to the ends of the earth to find out what truly is the secret to longevity. But living a long life isn't necessarily ideal without health and happiness. In this episode, he will share with you tips and tools so you can have it all. Marcus talks about; + Why family really shouldn't come first if you want to be truly happy and why we need to be somewhat selfish to be happier and healthier (and equally why family is important) + How some of the happiest people in the world lost all their family and why this allowed them to live a more fulfilled life + Why diet has far less to do with longevity + How one of the most important things we can consider is how adaptive we are and recognise self evolution is essential + How the family unit is different for everybody and finding what works for you is far more important that what works for others + Why we don't need to live by other peoples rules + Why the 3 ingredients for happiness and a long life are purpose, social and movement. + The role stress plays in ageing And how it's never too late to start. Connect with Marcus @marcusdpearce or via his website - https://marcuspearce.com.au

38:05

EP14 - S2

20 Feb 22

How to see better without glasses or surgery with Claudia Muehlenweg

Thought eye sight deterioration was a given? Think again! Claudia Muehlenweg is here to teach us how to have clearer vision within weeks, regardless of your age or state of current vision. In this episode Claudia shares her wisdom as a vision coach and expert and discusses eye health like you've possibly never heard before including; What causes vision to decline, often suddenly without warning Why sometimes your vision can be blurry but other times ok External factors which contribute to eye sight Why your glasses may be the perfect spiral towards deteriorating eyesight Why 'sunning' can help you regain vision and especially improve your night time vision Why blinking is a form of relaxation and extremely beneficial towards healthy eye sight, and the reasons why we've stopped blinking How to easily restore your sight, without it feeling like a chore Techniques you can start today to have your eyes feeling better And everything in-between including access to her 10 easy steps to see clearly, without glasses or surgery. https://www.naturallyclearvision.com/10habits33036446 Connect with Claudia - https://www.myholisticvision.com/  

How to see better without glasses or surgery with Claudia Muehlenweg

Thought eye sight deterioration was a given? Think again! Claudia Muehlenweg is here to teach us how to have clearer vision within weeks, regardless of your age or state of current vision. In this episode Claudia shares her wisdom as a vision coach and expert and discusses eye health like you've possibly never heard before including; What causes vision to decline, often suddenly without warning Why sometimes your vision can be blurry but other times ok External factors which contribute to eye sight Why your glasses may be the perfect spiral towards deteriorating eyesight Why 'sunning' can help you regain vision and especially improve your night time vision Why blinking is a form of relaxation and extremely beneficial towards healthy eye sight, and the reasons why we've stopped blinking How to easily restore your sight, without it feeling like a chore Techniques you can start today to have your eyes feeling better And everything in-between including access to her 10 easy steps to see clearly, without glasses or surgery. https://www.naturallyclearvision.com/10habits33036446 Connect with Claudia - https://www.myholisticvision.com/  

34:36

EP13 - S2

13 Feb 22

Losing weight with compassion with Dr Adrienne Youdim MD

The idea of needing to focus on weight management can feel like an epic chore and Dr Adrienne Youdim is no stranger to supporting her patients to lose weight. But Dr Adrienne discovered something - a common thread that existed amongst her patients that was working against their weight loss. In this episode she discusses what she believes to be the key secret to really shedding the weight we may carry - be it physical and emotional. This episode goes deep and Adrienne shares about;  Why current weight loss culture of quick fixes is a lie How the weight we carry is not just physical and why our current strategies fail us time and time again What to really focus on when it's time to focus on being healthy Why the medical system has failed patients How only with awareness, self-acceptance and self-compassion can we address our true hunger Why staying judgement free helps our success Just how to live a healthy lifestyle when life gets too busy and we feel like we're back at the start again Connect with Dr Adrienne Youdim at hungryformore.net or on Instagram @dradrienneyoudim

Losing weight with compassion with Dr Adrienne Youdim MD

The idea of needing to focus on weight management can feel like an epic chore and Dr Adrienne Youdim is no stranger to supporting her patients to lose weight. But Dr Adrienne discovered something - a common thread that existed amongst her patients that was working against their weight loss. In this episode she discusses what she believes to be the key secret to really shedding the weight we may carry - be it physical and emotional. This episode goes deep and Adrienne shares about;  Why current weight loss culture of quick fixes is a lie How the weight we carry is not just physical and why our current strategies fail us time and time again What to really focus on when it's time to focus on being healthy Why the medical system has failed patients How only with awareness, self-acceptance and self-compassion can we address our true hunger Why staying judgement free helps our success Just how to live a healthy lifestyle when life gets too busy and we feel like we're back at the start again Connect with Dr Adrienne Youdim at hungryformore.net or on Instagram @dradrienneyoudim

38:51

EP12 - S2

7 Feb 22

Vulnerable Women Beyond Foster Care with Jessica Brown

What happens to women when they leave foster care?  Most often these women are left vulnerable and need to find their way without much support or care. Jessica Brown is a women making a huge difference in the live of women coming out of the foster care system. Jessica is the founder of the Warrior Woman Foundation which provides holistic evidence-based support programs for under represented vulnerable young Australian women aged 17-25. This episode will open up your mind to the possibilities of what can be achieved with the right mentoring and support. In this episode you’ll also hear about; Thinking about ‘where are they now?’ the young people you may have encountered that a were vulnerable as you were growing up Jessica talks about abusive relationships Why it’s imperative for women to find and develop financial literacy and how to do this How to create self confident and resilient women post trauma And so much more - this episode will leave you feeling proud of the amazing things women can do. Connect with Jessica via www.waarriorwomaan.org.auInstagramFacebook

Vulnerable Women Beyond Foster Care with Jessica Brown

What happens to women when they leave foster care?  Most often these women are left vulnerable and need to find their way without much support or care. Jessica Brown is a women making a huge difference in the live of women coming out of the foster care system. Jessica is the founder of the Warrior Woman Foundation which provides holistic evidence-based support programs for under represented vulnerable young Australian women aged 17-25. This episode will open up your mind to the possibilities of what can be achieved with the right mentoring and support. In this episode you’ll also hear about; Thinking about ‘where are they now?’ the young people you may have encountered that a were vulnerable as you were growing up Jessica talks about abusive relationships Why it’s imperative for women to find and develop financial literacy and how to do this How to create self confident and resilient women post trauma And so much more - this episode will leave you feeling proud of the amazing things women can do. Connect with Jessica via www.waarriorwomaan.org.auInstagramFacebook

30:24

EP11 - S2

24 Jan 22

How to advocate for your child with additional needs

When Sonya Reynolds' daughter was diagnosed with advanced epilepsy, she did what any mother would do and was "the good girl" doing everything she was told to do. Until she found it wasn't working for her. In this episode she chats with Nat about how to advocate for your child's needs, follow your intuition and integrate health care for your family no matter what. Sonya and Nat chat about: How to let go of the expectation that your child was destined to be born happy and healthy when they aren’t necessarily born this way Why it is so important for the family to be involved in all aspects so that it doesn’t impact the entire family in a negative way The grieving process even though the child isn't gone Mother instinct kick in and just how fierce she can be How the diagnosis impacts other family members who aren't immediate family Just how important nutrition is for her daughter (and the family) How to be courageous and speak up, go against the grain but follow your intuition Find Sonya via her website - https://sonyareynolds.com.au  

How to advocate for your child with additional needs

When Sonya Reynolds' daughter was diagnosed with advanced epilepsy, she did what any mother would do and was "the good girl" doing everything she was told to do. Until she found it wasn't working for her. In this episode she chats with Nat about how to advocate for your child's needs, follow your intuition and integrate health care for your family no matter what. Sonya and Nat chat about: How to let go of the expectation that your child was destined to be born happy and healthy when they aren’t necessarily born this way Why it is so important for the family to be involved in all aspects so that it doesn’t impact the entire family in a negative way The grieving process even though the child isn't gone Mother instinct kick in and just how fierce she can be How the diagnosis impacts other family members who aren't immediate family Just how important nutrition is for her daughter (and the family) How to be courageous and speak up, go against the grain but follow your intuition Find Sonya via her website - https://sonyareynolds.com.au  

39:34

EP10 - S2

9 Jan 22

How your emotions make you a better entrepreneur with Scout Sobel

Scout Sobel began suffering from mental illness at the age 14. At 20 she was formally diagnosed with Type 2 Bipolar Disorder. In this inspiring episode she shares how she took radical responsibility to turn her life around through her business and found purpose within her days to now live an inspiring life. In this episode we chat deeply about Scout's childhood and mental illness How therapy initially didn't help her How she became an entrepreneur Why we need to teach people how to treat us Taking radical responsibility of our own life by believing in powers great than us and having a cause bigger than yourself How meeting her husband was the turning point How her emotions make her a better entrepreneur Accepting emotional experiences as a part of life and the key in not resisting this How business shows all your weaknesses and of course much more! Find Scout at her website and get her book - https://www.scoutsobel.com  

How your emotions make you a better entrepreneur with Scout Sobel

Scout Sobel began suffering from mental illness at the age 14. At 20 she was formally diagnosed with Type 2 Bipolar Disorder. In this inspiring episode she shares how she took radical responsibility to turn her life around through her business and found purpose within her days to now live an inspiring life. In this episode we chat deeply about Scout's childhood and mental illness How therapy initially didn't help her How she became an entrepreneur Why we need to teach people how to treat us Taking radical responsibility of our own life by believing in powers great than us and having a cause bigger than yourself How meeting her husband was the turning point How her emotions make her a better entrepreneur Accepting emotional experiences as a part of life and the key in not resisting this How business shows all your weaknesses and of course much more! Find Scout at her website and get her book - https://www.scoutsobel.com  

36:20

EP09 - S2

2 Jan 22

How to know when you're really fertile with Natalie Rechberg

Natalie Rechberg has a legacy to live up to. After her late father started the Fem Tech company 'Lady Comp' to help her mother understand her cycle, the business helping women decode their cycles has continued to evolve over 40 years. In this episode Natalie shares; How and why Lady Comp started Her fathers vision and his background in tech How he created the product What is 'the algorithm' that helps this device have 99.4% accuracy in pin pointing infertile days What fertility awareness is and why understanding your cycle is essential Why fertility isn't so much about babies as it is understanding your body To find out more about Daysy - visit www.daysyau.com.au

How to know when you're really fertile with Natalie Rechberg

Natalie Rechberg has a legacy to live up to. After her late father started the Fem Tech company 'Lady Comp' to help her mother understand her cycle, the business helping women decode their cycles has continued to evolve over 40 years. In this episode Natalie shares; How and why Lady Comp started Her fathers vision and his background in tech How he created the product What is 'the algorithm' that helps this device have 99.4% accuracy in pin pointing infertile days What fertility awareness is and why understanding your cycle is essential Why fertility isn't so much about babies as it is understanding your body To find out more about Daysy - visit www.daysyau.com.au

35:20

EP08 - S2

26 Dec 21

Kindness is your best superpower with Colleen Callandar

Colleen Callandar didn't go to university. She actually didn't even finish high school. But she found something she was passionate about and was excited everyday to go to work from a young age which fuelled her career as the CEO of Sportsgirl and Sussan for 13 years. In this episode you will hear how she continued to rise because she realised just one very important thing as a leader. Colleen shares: Her own story from starting at Just Jeans and quickly making her way up the ranks Why the tertiary model of learning isn't always the recipe to success How understanding your values is the key to success Why kindness in leadership matters more than anything How to find your purpose and love what you do How to stop being a people pleaser and why Dealing with burnout and disappointing others You can follow Colleen on instagram @colleen_callander

Kindness is your best superpower with Colleen Callandar

Colleen Callandar didn't go to university. She actually didn't even finish high school. But she found something she was passionate about and was excited everyday to go to work from a young age which fuelled her career as the CEO of Sportsgirl and Sussan for 13 years. In this episode you will hear how she continued to rise because she realised just one very important thing as a leader. Colleen shares: Her own story from starting at Just Jeans and quickly making her way up the ranks Why the tertiary model of learning isn't always the recipe to success How understanding your values is the key to success Why kindness in leadership matters more than anything How to find your purpose and love what you do How to stop being a people pleaser and why Dealing with burnout and disappointing others You can follow Colleen on instagram @colleen_callander

38:13

EP07 - S2

19 Dec 21

How to create your life strategy with Dr John Demartini

Dr John Demartini has dedicated his life to human behaviour and philosophy and spends his time travelling the world sharing tools for growth and life strategy. Learn why you must be inspired to living a fulfilled life! Why is it so important to create a life strategy? Why are our values so important? What is the best way for us to define our own values? Does it matter in which order our life values are positioned? How much detail needs to be involved? Is success determined by these values? How does living in a high vibrational state bring greater outcomes? How do we move away from doing low vibrational tasks? What are the main motivators for us as humans and why is it important to understand this? And so much more! You can follow Dr Demartini on instagram @drjohndemartini

How to create your life strategy with Dr John Demartini

Dr John Demartini has dedicated his life to human behaviour and philosophy and spends his time travelling the world sharing tools for growth and life strategy. Learn why you must be inspired to living a fulfilled life! Why is it so important to create a life strategy? Why are our values so important? What is the best way for us to define our own values? Does it matter in which order our life values are positioned? How much detail needs to be involved? Is success determined by these values? How does living in a high vibrational state bring greater outcomes? How do we move away from doing low vibrational tasks? What are the main motivators for us as humans and why is it important to understand this? And so much more! You can follow Dr Demartini on instagram @drjohndemartini

32:05

EP06 - S2

12 Dec 21

Why your period went missing in lockdown

A lot of women reported changes in their cycles during lockdown in what is being referred to as "pandemic periods." In this episode, Nat chats with Meah Robertson who has identified reasons why women's cycles may go offline temporarily. From early periods to missing periods, heavier bleeding to spotting, Meah shares her wisdom to allow us to identify how we can bring our cycles back into line with some simple adjustments. Meah shares; + Reasons why women are experiencing changes to their periods and cycles during the pandemic + Why stress is such a huge factor yet most women are not identifying correctly where stress sits in their lives + The different kinds of stress we are under and how to identify these + How the vaccine also had an impact on cycles + What impact does stress have on our cycle as women + How pheromones are also a factor in menstrual cycles and phases and their contribution to pandemic periods + Cycle syncing and how this is also contributing + Linking cycles back to our tribal roots + Her take on why other doctors are saying hormone imbalances aren't real + Why she created Fem21 because most patients we're not good at taking supplements   Instagram - fem21 www.fem21.com  

Why your period went missing in lockdown

A lot of women reported changes in their cycles during lockdown in what is being referred to as "pandemic periods." In this episode, Nat chats with Meah Robertson who has identified reasons why women's cycles may go offline temporarily. From early periods to missing periods, heavier bleeding to spotting, Meah shares her wisdom to allow us to identify how we can bring our cycles back into line with some simple adjustments. Meah shares; + Reasons why women are experiencing changes to their periods and cycles during the pandemic + Why stress is such a huge factor yet most women are not identifying correctly where stress sits in their lives + The different kinds of stress we are under and how to identify these + How the vaccine also had an impact on cycles + What impact does stress have on our cycle as women + How pheromones are also a factor in menstrual cycles and phases and their contribution to pandemic periods + Cycle syncing and how this is also contributing + Linking cycles back to our tribal roots + Her take on why other doctors are saying hormone imbalances aren't real + Why she created Fem21 because most patients we're not good at taking supplements   Instagram - fem21 www.fem21.com  

39:05

EP05 - S2

5 Dec 21

How money can make you healthier

Ana Pereira didn’t study finance or business, but she has dedicated her life experience to understanding money and investments.  Through her own experience she has learned the ins and outs of what money really is and how to make various investments work for her to allow her to live with greater health, freedom and ease.  In this episode Nat chats with Ana about the various ways we can change our money mindset and make our money work smarter and not harder. In this episode you will learn; + about various asset classes and what they are + what happens during and after a stimulus of money into the economy and what we can anticipate is going to happen next + why budgets don’t work + how to make my money work and why planning to keep some is important + how to plan to have money + redefining security around money and being diverse with investments + how to be radically responsible with your money + why money has a masculine energy associated with it + how to invest in precious metals and why this is the way of the future + how money can help improve health and why it’s not as hard as it feels to have more of both Ana Pereira website - www.ana-pereira.com Ana Pereira Instagram [email protected]_mindset_matters

How money can make you healthier

Ana Pereira didn’t study finance or business, but she has dedicated her life experience to understanding money and investments.  Through her own experience she has learned the ins and outs of what money really is and how to make various investments work for her to allow her to live with greater health, freedom and ease.  In this episode Nat chats with Ana about the various ways we can change our money mindset and make our money work smarter and not harder. In this episode you will learn; + about various asset classes and what they are + what happens during and after a stimulus of money into the economy and what we can anticipate is going to happen next + why budgets don’t work + how to make my money work and why planning to keep some is important + how to plan to have money + redefining security around money and being diverse with investments + how to be radically responsible with your money + why money has a masculine energy associated with it + how to invest in precious metals and why this is the way of the future + how money can help improve health and why it’s not as hard as it feels to have more of both Ana Pereira website - www.ana-pereira.com Ana Pereira Instagram [email protected]_mindset_matters

51:56

EP04 - S2

29 Nov 21

Recognising and dealing with a Narcissist with Radhia Gleis

Radhia Gleis spent many years in a notorious cult, searching for what started out as ‘Nirvana'. During her time, she became an advisor to the Cult leader but eventually knew she needed to leave the cult. In this episode she talks about her own personal story which lead her to writing the book The Followers: 'Holy Hell' and the Disciples of Narcissistic Leaders. In this chat Radhia shares: What the mains traits of a narcissist are and why people are so attracted to them Why narcissists are so often fraudulent  Why she joined the cult in the first place How to recognise a narcissist and why her experience has allowed her to help others do so Find Radhia at radhiagleis.com

Recognising and dealing with a Narcissist with Radhia Gleis

Radhia Gleis spent many years in a notorious cult, searching for what started out as ‘Nirvana'. During her time, she became an advisor to the Cult leader but eventually knew she needed to leave the cult. In this episode she talks about her own personal story which lead her to writing the book The Followers: 'Holy Hell' and the Disciples of Narcissistic Leaders. In this chat Radhia shares: What the mains traits of a narcissist are and why people are so attracted to them Why narcissists are so often fraudulent  Why she joined the cult in the first place How to recognise a narcissist and why her experience has allowed her to help others do so Find Radhia at radhiagleis.com

43:33

EP03 - S2

22 Nov 21

How to Crypto with Ben Mitchell

The How To Crypto Book was written by Ben Mitchell to help provide a simple, step by step process to begin your very own cryptocurrency experience.  If you’ve thought about getting into cryptocurrency but have no idea where to start, this episode will help answer all your questions. In this episode Ben shares: What is crypto - is it a fad? How crypto is different to stocks The 5 steps to getting starting in cryptocurrency Various ways you can use cryptocurrency What crypto has allowed Ben to achieve in a matter of months Why you don’t generally need to sell crypto And how crypto has changed Ben’s life. All this and so many other gems in this exciting episode.   Connect with Ben Mitchell here: www.thehowtocryptobook.com https://www.instagram.com/thehowtocryptobook/  

How to Crypto with Ben Mitchell

The How To Crypto Book was written by Ben Mitchell to help provide a simple, step by step process to begin your very own cryptocurrency experience.  If you’ve thought about getting into cryptocurrency but have no idea where to start, this episode will help answer all your questions. In this episode Ben shares: What is crypto - is it a fad? How crypto is different to stocks The 5 steps to getting starting in cryptocurrency Various ways you can use cryptocurrency What crypto has allowed Ben to achieve in a matter of months Why you don’t generally need to sell crypto And how crypto has changed Ben’s life. All this and so many other gems in this exciting episode.   Connect with Ben Mitchell here: www.thehowtocryptobook.com https://www.instagram.com/thehowtocryptobook/  

38:27

EP02 - S2

14 Nov 21

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry

Lola Berry is no stranger to The Wellness Collective.  With a new book titled Fearlessly Failing, Lola is back to discuss how failing can be your biggest success, how to reset when the world gets too much and how to use your failure as a superpower.  In this episode we talk specifically about; + Long distance relationships and how she has been making that work whilst living in LA this year + How to travel with your health and wellbeing in mind + How to make a home, even in temporary + Failure - biggest failures + Biggest successes + How to deal with people who don’t like you + How dropping expectations is such a key to health and happiness + And the biggest lesson failure has taught her. This and so much more!   Connect with Lola via her website - https://lolaberry.com  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yummololaberry/

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry

Lola Berry is no stranger to The Wellness Collective.  With a new book titled Fearlessly Failing, Lola is back to discuss how failing can be your biggest success, how to reset when the world gets too much and how to use your failure as a superpower.  In this episode we talk specifically about; + Long distance relationships and how she has been making that work whilst living in LA this year + How to travel with your health and wellbeing in mind + How to make a home, even in temporary + Failure - biggest failures + Biggest successes + How to deal with people who don’t like you + How dropping expectations is such a key to health and happiness + And the biggest lesson failure has taught her. This and so much more!   Connect with Lola via her website - https://lolaberry.com  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yummololaberry/

40:23

EP01 - S2

7 Nov 21

The Wellness Collective - Trailer

What does a healthy female body look and feel like? How much do our hormones and cycles effect our mood and mindset? Do women's bodies need a different approach to exercise than men's do? On The Wellness Collective podcast natural women’s health expert Nat Kringoudis explores the health and wellness topics you want to talk about, chatting to leading experts from around the globe to help you feel happier, healthier and better. If you’re ready to take charge of your health join Nat as she dives headfirst into the fascinating, life-changing world of health and wellbeing.  

The Wellness Collective - Trailer

What does a healthy female body look and feel like? How much do our hormones and cycles effect our mood and mindset? Do women's bodies need a different approach to exercise than men's do? On The Wellness Collective podcast natural women’s health expert Nat Kringoudis explores the health and wellness topics you want to talk about, chatting to leading experts from around the globe to help you feel happier, healthier and better. If you’re ready to take charge of your health join Nat as she dives headfirst into the fascinating, life-changing world of health and wellbeing.  

01:57

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24 Mar 20


Season 1