At Source
Susan Renata – how to be the most authentic version of yourself

Susan Renata – how to be the most authentic version of yourself

December 10, 2021

https://imjustsusan.com/

Susan started competing in gymnastics when she was five years old. This was her platform to play a multitude of sports and then go on to complete a Post Graduate Degree in Physical Education.

During her studies, she started teaching Aerobics, which led her to Les Mills programs where she launched her international career as a Master Trainer and presenter – using her P.E. Degree to write education for instructors globally.

Being the superwoman she is, alongside her Les Mills career, she also decided to go into the New Zealand Police, where she became a homicide detective.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • How has her life experiences shaped her thinking and approach to mental health and wellbeing

 

  • Blending her policing career and Les Mills, the contrast from working in homicide to then going on stage, putting on a smile and setting a world-class example for instructors

 

  • How to keep a steady mindset when the world around you is falling apart

 

  • "I am just Susan" and some of the transformations she has done
Cherry Farrow – how to create a Successful Mind

Cherry Farrow – how to create a Successful Mind

December 3, 2021

https://successfulminds.com.au/about/

Cherry Farrow is the CEO of Successful Minds Institute. Her life philosophy is centred around the principle that every human being has the resources within to thrive in life! She is a motivational Speaker, International bestselling author, Master Trainer of NLP, Stage Hypnotist and Master Coach. Empowering individuals to overcome any presenting problem, personal or professional, huge or tiny, by teaching them how to be Mind Fit!

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • What is being Mind Fit and how do you get rid of the negative chatter and self-limiting beliefs and reshape your thoughts?
  • The power of perspective and the five principles of success
  • Human nature to compare and criticize and can we truly be happy?
Nutrition and eating psychology coach Michelle Hall – building a holistic relationship with food, mind, and body

Nutrition and eating psychology coach Michelle Hall – building a holistic relationship with food, mind, and body

November 26, 2021

Michelle Hall is a nutrition and eating psychology coach and practices a non-diet, holistic approach to health and wellbeing. She is dedicated to helping her clients reach their ideal body weight, building healthy relationships with food, mind, and body. She believes in blending the science of nutrition with the psychology of eating to create long term sustainable change. She specialises in disordered eating, weight loss resistance, overcoming long term yoyo dieting, body image issues, weight concerns, food & body anxiety, the art of self-acceptance and how to manage cravings.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • The notion of ‘comfort food’ and how her journey started with Nutella
  • Food in relation to our emotions. How to tell that you are an emotional eater
  • The art of self-acceptance in relation to ideal body weight
  • Intermittent fasting and the Keto diet and how to manage cravings and discover your trigger points
Robin Wilson – How wellness and resilience can pave the way at work

Robin Wilson – How wellness and resilience can pave the way at work

November 19, 2021

Today on the At Source podcast we have Robin Wilson, Wellness Specialist and Resilience Coach.

https://www.workplacewellness.nz/about-us/ 

In the course of her work, Robin noticed a recurring theme amongst many of her clients: most of their wellbeing concerns linked back to the workplace. Inspired to focus on treating the cause, not the symptom, she co-founded Workplace Wellness as a way to create positive change that benefits both employer and employee.

Her passion revolves around helping others implement holistic change in their lives to improve their own wellbeing, and contribute with greater impact to the world around them.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • Robin’s journey into Workplace Wellness and flexible working in this day and age
  • How employers can create good company culture and make sure their employees feel valued
  • We dive into Resilience@Work – what it is, and why this a powerful approach to measuring, building and tracking resilient workplace cultures
  • How to skilfully manage emotions and how to handle an uncomfortable event/situations.

 

Sarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire, Wellness New Zealand – how the power of nature has the ability to heal.

Sarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire, Wellness New Zealand – how the power of nature has the ability to heal.

October 8, 2021

https://www.wellnessnewzealand.co.nz/

To wrap up season two of At Source Podcast, we speak with the founders of Wellness New Zealand, Sarah Cumming and Sarah McGuire. Wellness New Zealand is a small team of passionate and devoted individuals who aim to create a supportive and nurturing environment for clients to reconnect with themselves, others, and nature on their wellness journey.

 

Listen on as we hear how both these ladies came together to create a hub for wellness. Some of the topics we cover include:

 

  • Their journeys into creating Wellness New Zealand – a story worth hearing
  • How nature can heal and rejuvenate
  • Some of the common signs of anxiety, including tangible tips to manage and how to use organic and holistic treatments to help relieve symptoms
  • The practice of Shinrin Yoku. What is it and how can we make this part of our daily lives
  • Detoxification and health trends – Is there any merit to these trends and are they here to stay and make a lasting impact or be replaced by another trend in time.

 

Emma Blake – Using intuition and your inner voice guide the way

Emma Blake – Using intuition and your inner voice guide the way

October 1, 2021

https://www.mbswellness.com.au/

Emma Blake is an Intuitive Healer and Spiritual Coach and founder of Mind Body Soul Wellness in Australia. She guides her clients to help them reconnect the Mind, Body and Soul and facilitates a place for self-empowerment, self-worth, and the ability to speak up and use the voice we have all been given.

Through her years of study and self-development, Emma has secured a Master Practitioner of Hypnosis, Master NLP Practitioner & Coach, Master Time Line Therapy® Practitioner. She is a Certified Reiki Practitioner, Mindfulness Facilitator and Wellness Coach.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • Emma's journey as an Intuitive Healer and Spiritual Coach;
  • We also talk about how to heal yourself from past trauma – especially in relationships. How can you re-frame your internal dialogue for a better mindset;
  • We talk about endometriosis and small things you can do every day to heal yourself, emotionally and physically

 

Susanna Shelton – PART TWO: why we should priorities natural health and homeopathy in our every day lives

Susanna Shelton – PART TWO: why we should priorities natural health and homeopathy in our every day lives

September 24, 2021

This episode is part of a two-part special. In the first part, we spoke with Susanna about the history of homeopathy, modern medicine, and her journey into natural health. Part two will cover getting to the heart of home remedies that can help support good gut health and mental wellbeing.

Bio:

https://cnhh.ac.nz/

Susanna Shelton has had a long history with homeopathy and natural health. She has worked and lived in five different countries, including the USA, Scotland, England, New Zealand and Australia. Her passion lies in excellence, integrity and infinite curiosity when it comes to natural health.

Her kids refer to her as "Brit" (short for Encyclopaedia Brittanica) because of her ability to cross-reference knowledge. Susanna is a lifelong learner having served as Principal and CEO of the College of Natural Health & Homeopathy in New Zealand for 22 years before having an eight-year 'sabbatical' in VIP Tourism in the Bay of Plenty. She is currently back at the CNHH as a co-director, working to continue innovating ways the college can provide education in natural therapy and homeopathy with a commitment to wellness and sustainability

Susanna Shelton – PART ONE: why we should priorities natural health and homeopathy in our everyday lives

Susanna Shelton – PART ONE: why we should priorities natural health and homeopathy in our everyday lives

September 17, 2021

https://cnhh.ac.nz/

This episode will be a two-part special. In the first part, we will be chatting with Susanna about the history of homeopathy, modern medicine, and her journey into natural health. Part two will cover getting to the heart of home remedies that can help support good gut health and mental wellbeing.

Susanna Shelton has had a long history with homeopathy and natural health. She has worked and lived in five different countries, including the USA, Scotland, England, New Zealand and Australia. Her passion lies in excellence, integrity, and infinite curiosity when it comes to natural health.

Her kids refer to her as "Brit" (short for Encyclopaedia Brittanica) because of her ability to cross-reference knowledge. Susanna is a lifelong learner having served as Principal and CEO of the College of Natural Health & Homeopathy in New Zealand for 22 years before having an eight-year 'sabbatical' in VIP Tourism in the Bay of Plenty. She is currently back at the CNHH as a co-director, working to continue innovating ways the college can provide education in natural therapy and homeopathy with a commitment to wellness and sustainability

 

 

 

 

Karin Kos – The New Zealand Apiculture industry

Karin Kos – The New Zealand Apiculture industry

September 10, 2021

www.apinz.org.nz  

Karin is the CEO of Apiculture New Zealand. She has a strong background in business communications going back 20 years, covering various roles, including senior communications and marketing positions for corporate, government, and primary sector organisations.

She brings significant primary sector experience to this role, having worked at Seafood New Zealand as its communications manager, and at the New Zealand Wool Board earlier in her career.

Karin played a strong advocacy role in both these roles, promoting these sectors on behalf of their members.

In this podcast, we chat about:

  • Karin's wealth of experience working in the corporate, government and primary sectors with a focus on advocacy;
  • The New Zealand apiculture sector and the initiatives that Apiculture New Zealand hosts every year;
  • Feedback from these sectors, from our farmers and how everyday people can give back and support the agricultural and horticultural sectors;
  • Her career highlights and how she keeps a work-life balance and advice for young women about thinking of getting into advocacy.
Lance Burdett – PART TWO: The human brain and dealing with high-stress situations

Lance Burdett – PART TWO: The human brain and dealing with high-stress situations

September 2, 2021

Welcome back for part two! This episode is part of a two-part special. In the first part, we spoke with Lance about his journey into the New Zealand Police and some of his high-risk missions. Part two will cover how the brain works and some practical things to reduce negative chatter.

Bio:

After a very successful career in the construction industry, Lance Burdett joined the NZ police, where he spent 22 years as a top police crisis negotiator. Lance was the National Advisor for all NZ Police Negotiation Teams, qualified as an FBI Negotiator, and attended the Australian Counter-Terrorist Negotiators Course.

 

With his ability to deal with high-stress situations, Lance has published two bestselling books – ‘Behind The Tape: life on the police frontline’ and ‘The Dark Side of the Brain’. For the past seven years, Lance has been running his company WARN International, which specialises in workplace wellness, awareness, resilience & negotiation.

This podcast touches on some important topics regarding mental health and suicide prevention, which could be distressing for some listeners.

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