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Sarah King
Holistic Health Radio
Welcome to Holistic Health Radio hosted by Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Health Coach Sarah Liz King from www.skactive.com.au. In this podcast we chat all things health and wellness, with a particular focus on body image, mental health, intuitive eating, and hormonal conditions. Join us every week for a deep dive into the health topics everyone else is too shy to talk about, and walk away with all the information, practical tips, and tools you need to start improving your health from the inside out.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 197 ratings
Awesome
High high quality content! Definitely recommend, helps to change body image and learn to just live happy 😊 thank you so much for your content! ❤️
Charlyli7766 via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 07/06/22
Game changing and life giving
I have listened to every episode twice. They are filled with compassionate and action based advice from people who have worked their way through recovery and lived to tell the tale. This has been life changing for my journey!
alwaysdhydrating via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/17/22
Just what I needed
A very comforting, informative and reassuring podcast which has been invaluable in my recovery, keeping me on track, answering my questions and reminding me that it’s okay to not be okay, to struggle, but also to keep going and not blame myself. Covers a range of topics and is definitely worth a...Read full review »
SophieLovesYoga via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/05/22
Recent Episodes
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Published 08/03/22
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