Episodes
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...
Published 07/18/22
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...
Published 07/12/22
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...
Published 07/04/22
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...
Published 06/27/22
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...
Published 06/20/22
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...
Published 06/13/22
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...
Published 06/06/22
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...
Published 05/29/22
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...
Published 05/22/22
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 -...
Published 05/16/22
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...
Published 05/08/22
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...
Published 05/02/22
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...
Published 04/24/22
 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...
Published 04/10/22
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...
Published 03/27/22
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...
Published 03/20/22
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...
Published 03/13/22
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...
Published 03/06/22
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...
Published 02/28/22
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...
Published 02/20/22
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...
Published 02/13/22
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...
Published 02/07/22
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...
Published 01/24/22
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...
Published 01/09/22
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...
Published 01/02/22