How do you support yourself when life gets tough?
That’s the question that I set out to explore in this interview series with a bunch of seriously wise and wonderful women!
My intention was to provide a holistic perspective on the many different ways that we can support ourselves through times of stress, busyness, hormone fluctuations; the significance of gut health and low-tox living for emotional wellbeing, body wisdom, heart intelligence, mindfulness, and lots more!
The complete interview series, with more than 3 hours of curated wisdom, will be made available to Supported participants in May.
However, some things are too good not to share.
Here’s a sneak peek of all eight interviews:
Amy Taylor-Kabbaz, Happy Mama
The potency of everyday mindfulness for transforming stress to calm.
Amy Taylor-Kabbaz is a writer, broadcaster and mother to three young children. After more than a decade covering breaking news and current affairs for ABC radio around the country, her ‘traditional’ career took an unexpected turn after the birth of her first daughter. When Amy found herself lost, overwhelmed and diagnosed with a thyroid condition, she decided to use her years of research skills to find out everything she could about looking after herself as a new Mum.
Six years later, and two more babies, she now runs the successful website for new Mums – Happy Mama – a site which inspires Mamas to put their health, dreams and self-care first while raising their families.
She is a columnist and author of ‘Happy Mama: A Spiritual Survival Guide to the Early Years of Motherhood’, runs a successful online program, has her own meditation series and affirmation cards, and is an internationally accredited life coach, coaching Mamas in mindfulness and self-care.
Julie Parker, Beautiful You Coaching Academy
An authentic conversation around managing tough times and the importance of listening to your ‘love taps’ while running a successful business.
Julie Parker is one of Australia’s foremost life and business coaches and trainers with more than a decade’s experience inspiring hundreds of clients and thousands of people to create beautiful lives and businesses. The CEO and Founder of The Beautiful You Coaching Academy, Julie passionately trains and supports heart centered and gifted people to bring their talents and love of giving into the world as life coaches.
Julie is a published author and Tedx speaker and has shared a speaking stage with Clare Bowditch, Christina Re, Gretel Killeen, Carolyn Cresswell and Gala Darling. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Australia Day Citizenship Award and Business and Professional Women’s Woman of Achievement Award.
Julie appears regularly in the media including Today Tonight, A Current Affair, Sunrise and The Morning Show, as well as publications such as Grazia, Cleo, Cosmopolitan, Fitness and Health and national newspapers. She is also the Editor in Chief of inspired COACH Magazine.
Julie lives in Melbourne with her husband, stepdaughter and two much loved adopted cats. She will never say no to a cup of tea or a chat about how the world can be made a better and more beautiful place. Both are fuel for her soul.
Our bodies speak to us every day, but are we listening? How to begin harnessing your body’s wisdom to dissolve tension and embody feminine power.
Susana Frioni is a deep living coach, embodiment teacher and speaker helping people lead with soul in love, sex and life.
In 2015, Susana is dedicated to exploring what it really takes to create a thriving partnership, bring out the best in a man and be an embodied woman living her full potential. She shares the best of what she’s living and learning on her weekly Podcast Series, LOVE SEX DESIRE which is downloaded in over 80 countries.
To learn more about her upcoming live events, Sacred Dance Parties, online programs, private coaching and podcast series go to SusanaFrioni.com. You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
How living from the heart can lead to a greater sense of wellbeing, less stress, deeper relationships, and enhanced creativity and intuition.
Mindie Kniss, MFA, PhD
Mindie Kniss is a catalyst for entrepreneurs to get past “stuck” in business and in life.
She is creator of the HeartPath retreat series and founder of COR Coach Training Academy.
Her background includes Fortune100 leadership development and guiding wilderness adventure trips. She was awarded the prestigious Global Health Fellowship for her work with women and children in developing nations, and worked in Kenya on HIV/AIDS prevention initiatives. Mindie is author of The Heart of Consciousness.
Dr Rachel Wyndham
Sometimes being a woman with cycles is hard! Here’s how you can effectively support yourself through your monthly cycle and deal with hormone disruptions.
Dr Rachel Wyndham MBBS ND. As a Medical Doctor and Naturopath Dr Rachel Wyndham is here to un-complicate the
path to wellness and help you get excited about the positive action that you can take.
When it comes to changing habits and creating a healthier lifestyle Dr Rach knows that
patients don’t need more information they need simple inspiration. They need
encouragement and a reminder to get back to the basics that work.
Dr Rach consults with patients one on one for Medical Naturopathic advice from her practices in Gold Coast, Queensland and Wanaka, New Zealand and also offers skype consultations. She has created her Simple Way to Wellness online at www.drrach.com.au where everyone can connect with top health professionals who share her passion for living a life of wellness via the blog and newsletter. Dr Rach also shares her message by speaking at events and holding regular webinars and workshops with guests.
Alisha Lynch, Naughty Naturopath Mum
Exploring the connection between your gut and emotional wellbeing and how to optimise gut health.
Alisha is a naturopath, blogger, mum, foodie and self confessed health nut. She focuses on emotional and physical health using the naturopathic principles of gut health, good food and Australian Bush Flower Essences. Graduating in 2003 with Advanced Diplomas in Health Science, Naturopathy, Herbal medicine and Nutrition and has worked in the healthfood and organic food industry since 1997. After working for many years in private practice, she had kids and started her business Naughty Naturopath Mum. She now runs a popular facebook page, website and blog. Alisha supports real people, real food, real health and real emotions and likes to help mums and their families ‘Get back to Themselves’. When Alisha isn’t working or kid wrangling, she can occasionally be found watching downloaded TV series on her couch with a wine.
Alexx Stuart, Real Food & Low Tox Living
How real food and low-tox living can improve your emotional wellbeing.
A blogger, activist, author and advocate for all things she calls the ‘low tox life’, Alexx passionately works to awaken people to all the little things we can do daily to shape our health and the world.
She is the Australian Jamie Oliver Food Revolution Day super ambassador, an Amazon best selling author and currently ranked 2nd by Catablog in the Top 10 Australian Food bloggers. She also runs two successful e-courses helping people become a “Real Food Rockstar” and have a “Low Tox Life”.
Alexx pours everything she has into her work and her community is one of the most engaged online communities in the conscious living space.
Emma Grey, WorkLifeBliss
Unpacking the stories surrounding our culture of ‘busyness’ and a self-support process that will prevent you from falling into these unhelpful habits.
She lives just over the ACT border with her husband, two teen daughters and four-year-old son.