Wellthy Living conversations

Lisa Entwisle

Welcome to Wellthy Living Conversations. A podcast where I connect with a variety of wonderful and wise people to share knowledge, lived experience and tools to ignite insights that help you to live a meaningful, connected and wellthy life that supports your wellbeing both personally & professionally.I'm Lisa, your host and Founder of Wellthy Living. I am an experienced facilitator, a life, clarity and wellbeing coach, a deep and creative generalist, and a lover of curious, inspiring and insightful conversations, who strongly believes that self-knowledge is a key to life success, learned in a variety of ways through connection to self, others and the world around us. This led me to develop my mantra of “Connection is medicine”.Hope you enjoy my Wellthy Living Conversations.Want to finds out more about me visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.Be sure to share any feedback.

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Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 60The need for self care has never been greater. Stress and anxiety are having an impact on the wellbeing of many and affecting energy levels, sleep and hormones. With a real need to find ways to be calm and centred, in this episode I chat with Simmi - a woman who has devoted 30 years to help 1000’s of people with their wellbeing needs as a qualified Aromatherapist and Aromatherapy Educator, about using essential oils as part of our wellbeing toolbox. In this conversation, Simmi takes us into the world of Aromatherapy. We cover the what, why and how of essential oils, discussing:- The benefits of using Essential Oils - Physiological and psychological- The science - Regulation, safety and considerations for certain people, such as pregnant women- The different groups of oils and what they are best used for- a recipe blend for anxietyand more.To connect with Simmi:https://thearomatherapist.com.au/If you're interested in essential oils but you’ve been unsure about where to start, get expert guidance combined with plenty of practice with Simmi's 6 week - 'The Art of Science of Essential Oils Course' course - join the expression of interest mailing list here: https://thearomatherapist.com.au/the-art-of-science-of-essential-oils-course-1If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity, leadership and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Oct 18

49 min 25 sec

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 59.2020/21 has seen people spend more time in their homes than ever before. So in this episode, I chat with Cecilia Macaulay about creating calm, beautiful and usable spaces in the home, using a blend of permaculture design, zen living and Japanese culture - or in Cecilia's words - to live lightly and delightly.Cecilia has 28 years of experience in permaculture design, 27 of which are in Japan. She worked on the design of a self-maintaining garden for Sir Richard Branson’s Caribbean island. She was engaged as a consultant for Taronga Zoo’s 10-year plan. Cecilia is the co-author 'Visual Language for Global Communication', together with the legendary user interface designer Aaron Marcus and has spoken at high-profile events such as Vivid Ideas Sydney.In this episode, Cecilia starts by telling us what permaculture design is and then shares the lessons she gained from studying permaculture and how it can be applied to create home spaces that are both beautiful and usable. She shares how her method is different from a modern-day declutter professional and how she takes the overwhelm out of the process. I had Cecilia walk me through some of her quirky and practical tips for the kitchen, study and garden space. She also shared traps that we waste energy on so we can create an environment that provides motivation, direction and freedom.Cecilia's practices are very aligned with my beliefs around the importance of self knowledge and working with our unique natural flow to design spaces in ways that feels good for each individual.To connect with Cecilia:https://www.ceciliamacaulay.com.auhttps://www.facebook.com/cecilia.macaulay.australiahttps://www.instagram.com/cecilia_macaulay/If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity, leadership and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Sep 20

1 hr 10 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP.58With so many people succumbing to anxiety and fear at the moment, many are feeling hopeless and finding it hard to feel optimistic. But we all know we need to focus on hope and optimism for the future wellbeing of ourselves, the younger generations and the planet.So to promote solutions that focus on fun, make sense of life and taming our toxic load so we can master our mind and body and create a culture of wellness, I’m joined by Special Guest, Dr Marc Cohen. Dr Marc is a medical doctor, university professor, author, poet, entrepreneur, wellness trailblazer and perpetual student.In this episode Marc shares his passion for holistic medicine and wellness and how he went from studying western medicine to now focus more on integrative medicine and health promotion.Marc dives into his passion topic- 'water' and why he thinks its the solution to realising worldwide wellness. We discussed types of water, science of water, impacts of toxins in our water and impacts of bathing in toxic water. We went on to discuss simple ways to boost our immune system and reduce anxiety, where Marc shares his "10 hacks to relax" - helping your body go from sympathetic-dominant ‘fight and flight’ mode, to parasympathetic-dominant ‘rest and digest’ mode. These actions can be done anywhere, or anytime you feel anxious, scared, upset or in pain and they will help you relax your body and calm your mind.The 10 Hacks to Relax are:1.Touch all your fingers2.Wiggle your toes3.Soften your stomach4.Breathe through your nose5.Sigh6.Smile7.Swallow8.Sing9.Flutter your eyelids10.Focus withinMarc then proceeded to share talk about another passion of his that seems to be gaining popularity and proving to have both physiological and psychological benefits - A practice where instead of trying to get rid of stress you make it your friend - 'Extreme wellness'.He shared what extreme wellness is and how it helps to build resilience and retrain your nervous system. He shared a fun daily practice that he calls "the hockey pokey shower dance' to help people begin their journey into extreme wellness.Throughout the episode Dr Marc shared additional info and tips to reduce anxiety and thrive in your life. Since wellness can be just as contagious as illness, maybe together we can contribute to wellness pandemic that will help us become positively well and realise worldwide wellness.Now over to you: Please leave a comment and let us know your biggest takeaway from this conversation.And if you’d like to learn more about Dr Marc go to www.drmarc.coIf you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity, leadership and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Aug 31

1 hr 24 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 57.In this episode, I am talking to Merv Neal, a man that laughed himself to health. We explore how laughter impacts our wellbeing and how you can bring more of it into your everyday life.Merv is a specialist who studies the physiological and psychological effects of laughter. Merv is an authority on speaking, training, and facilitating workshops about laughter and in particular Laughter Yoga.Merv shares his story about how laughter cured him of a terminal illness. and his journey into understanding the science behind why.We discussed how laughter can not only ease suffering but can enhance connection and the overall wellbeing of a person, a relationship and even the wellness of a business. Merv took me through some practical activities and tools that everyone can use in their daily lives. Enjoy :-)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Over to you: What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation? Please leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like to learn more about Merv, laughter yoga and workplace wellness go to www.mervneal.comIf you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Aug 19

1 hr 18 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 56.I’m Lisa, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.It is here that I connect with a variety of people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.In this episode, the focus is on the workplace and how it is one of the key pillars of creating connection for many people. In 2020 we saw a dramatic change in the way people work, with most being forced to work from home. In Australia, people are slowly coming back to the workplace and I’m wondering whether this last year has changed the future landscape of workplaces and spaces. I chat with the founder and CEO of Australia’s largest privately-owned co-working operator, Hub Australia - Brad Krauskopf to delve into this topic and explore the impact that workspace has on connection, leadership and the overall wellbeing of a business and its people.Brad is a national leader in the co-working space, founding Hub in 2011, with a vision to develop a national network of workspaces to help businesses and their teams love where they work.In this conversation, we cover a lot, including:-What a coworking space is, how the concept began, the workplace set up and who it currently caters for?-Whether working from home poses a threat to personal wellbeing and organisational performance? -The way forward for working arrangements - Hybrid work arrangements - Flexible workplace model-The shift in the power balance between employer and employee and the impact of this- A shift in leadership style -A need for the revision of a company's mission, vision and values as times change-The need for more personal development programs that focus on emotional intelligence as we see a change of working arrangements-Collaborative personal growth and wellbeing programs in co-working spaces-Gender equality and addressing the needs of women, especially mothers-If working from anywhere allows for a greater diversity of staff-The need to consider environmental impact and sustainability - The importance of being an Employer of Choice to attract good talent-Whether this new way of working affects the employee's connection to their companies mission, vision and values. I hope you enjoy this jam-packed episode.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from today's conversation. Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Brad and the Hub Australia : https://www.hubaustralia.com/If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

May 25

55 min 20 sec

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 55.I’m Lisa, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.It is here that I connect with a variety of people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.I love a good story, especially ones from women who challenge ideas and societal norms, showcase diversity, overcome judgment and shame, find beauty in the broken and redefine success to live their best life. And in this episode, I am chatting with a woman who has done and continues to do all of this.My guest is a woman often referred in women's business circles as ‘the copyright queen” Jay Crisp Crow. But we do give you tips on copyrighting, instead Jay shares with us about her life with an invisible illness and her achievement in successfully staying connected and living well despite her body being sick…or unwell.A little more about Jay:In her old life, Jay juggled a family, a disability, and a communications job that sucked the juice from her bones. Then she had firm words with herself, found her voice, and took her own gig on the road. Through Crisp Copy, Jay writes blow-your-hair-back premium copy for brands, big and small, and teaches women in business how to write copy that sells through coaching, consulting, and courses.She regularly presents in Perth and online on everything from Staying Away From Safe Copy to Disability and Business and Being Both Fat and Successful. She co-founded a social enterprise with her Queen Ruler daughter, Ella, and in 2019 launched her first podcast – So Crisp.Some days she runs a business just as a middle-finger to everyone who said she couldn’t make a living writing or tells her she charges too much. 
Despite not talking about copywriting, I begin by weaving Jay's wordsmith magic, by asking her to define two words: Success and well. I then ask her to delight you with her words -and paint a picture of her life pre-illness, living with the illness prior to starting her own business and lastly running a successful business on her own terms.We continue to discuss:-Loss of identity to building a new identity? -Losing and rebuilding trust-The importance of being connected to your internal power source for your wellbeing?-Knowing your limits and asserting your boundaries lovinglyand more. This really is an inspirational episode.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from today's conversation. Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Jay : https://crispcopy.com.au/If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

May 9

1 hr 6 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 54I’m Lisa, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.It is here that I connect with a variety of people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.Our choices impact our work, health and relationships and today I am chatting with Jenny Cole to talk about the choices people make when it comes to helping others and discuss :Why helping is not always helpful - how to avoid the "advice trap” and the relationship dynamics that often get played out. Guest intro:Jenny is an executive coach, facilitator, educator and mother to Albert the spaniel, running two successful businesses, Positively Beaming and BEAM Consulting.Jenny believes that the world is always ready for a little more joy and her focus is ensuring you find it and build it into your life.Despite being a committed, excellent educator of 20 years and recognised national expert in the field of Special Education, she crashed and burned, walking out on the career she loved - an exhausted wreck. Her nervous breakdown/spiritual awakening led her to study why and how people thrive and the simple things we can do each day to make it so.———Sometimes we think the best thing we can do for a person is to offer help and advice but this can have implications on both the helper and the person being helped.It is also important to know that Jenny and I are both coaches and facilitators and not psychologists or counsellors so what we are bringing to the conversation is our own formal and informal learnings and lived experience ( with self or clients) in human behaviour. If you disagree with any of the content we share, that is ok and we welcome any feedback or contribution to the conversation. You can use the contact page on either of our websites, reach out on social media or leave a comment to further contribute to today's topic. In the episode, we start by defining: helping, helpful, what contributes to advice giving and what is the advice trap.and go on to discuss:- Relational dynamics that contribute to people owning certain roles:victim, persecutor or rescuer. - sometimes referred to as the dreaded drama triangle Victim - perceived hurt or harmedPersecutor- doing the hurtingRescuer- intervene to support victim -peacemaker ( completes loop)- Common reasons we step into the helper or the rescuer role:- Implications/signs and symptomsFor the helper: (rescuer)For the receiver ( or the victim)- How the rescuer can be more aware of the difference between their own needs and the other persons- A more mindful and empowering way to be supportive: How to you help without over helping? How do you support someone to help themselves?- Leading with curiosity - Detachment to outcome of other peoples choices - relinquishing the needs to feel responsible or have control over someone's outcome- Supporting with presence, process and communication- Self awareness tools and practiceA question to ponder on:Does helping enhance our connection with others or does it harm our connection? Share your response to this in the comments section.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from today's conversation. Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Jenny : https://positivelybeaming.simplero.com/If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Apr 26

56 min 20 sec

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 53I’m Lisa, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.It is here that I connect with a variety of people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.If you are a regular listener or follow my work, you know that I strongly believe that self knowledge is a major key to sustainable success.So today, I’m chatting with Melanie Mideggs, who brings an additional perspective to the self knowledge puzzle. Melanie is a Psychosomatic Therapist, Face Reader & SpeakerIn this episode, we discussed Melanie's favourite psychosomatic tool - Face reading - What insights does your chin, mouth, nose, ears and eyes reveal about your personality and which chakras do they relate to in the body?It was a fascinating conversation and I hope you enjoy it.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Melanie https://www.seedtosoul.com.auIf you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans whose stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Apr 13

1 hr 3 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 52I’m Lisa, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.It is here that I connect with a variety of people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.My guest on this episode is Nina Hjortlund and in this episode, she shares her admirable and inspirational story and insights.Nina is an absolute powerhouse when it comes to generosity of spirit and giving back, creating positive change in the lives of the vulnerable. Her dedication, passion and enthusiasm drive her entrepreneurial personality, and she is a believer in creating opportunities rather than waiting for them.Nina is a single mother of 4, 3 of which are neurodiverse, Founding Director and CEO of non-profit-Australia for Cedar Tanzania funding projects in rural Tanzania and Artefactz supporting African women and also currently undertaking a MicroMasters at Queensland University in Leadership in Global Development.In this episode we chat about:- Living in Tanzania, getting involved in the non for profit sector and the projects she’s involved with.- Why Africa matters and why Global Development is important to us all.- Why supporting women in 3rd world countries matters?- Nina’s perspective on what it means to be a non-profit and what is a common misconception with regards to making a profit.-Parenting 3 neurodiverse kids and how she manages to thrive-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Nina https://www.artefactz.org and https://www.australiaforcedartanzania.orgIf you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, Spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Mar 23

1 hr 4 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 51. I'm Lisa, your host and Founder of Wellthy Living. My guest today is a podiatrist, Andy Bryant. Andy has worked as a podiatrist for 20 years but the past few years have seen big changes in methods of practice. He works in alternative ways to many traditional podiatrists, becoming a disruptor in his industry. Andy is committed to returning feet to the way they're designed to move in harmony with the rest of the body. He is passionate about the barefoot movement and natural footwear. We started the conversation with Andy sharing his story about how and why you shifted from the more traditional perspective on foot health to a more progressive way of thinking and working with clients.We went on to discuss:- Conventional podiatry- where he believes it needs to change?-Why more foot health practitioners aren't seeing, supporting & practicing this approach, despite there being physiological principles that support it?-How difficult is it to go against the status quo and Andy shared the advice he'd give to other practitioners who are thinking outside traditional and learnt approaches, for taking action-Assumptions we are feed by medical association that can impact negatively on peoples self-worth Throughout the conversation we talked a lot about Footwear & orthotics, covering:- Footwear and foot support technology versus natural living- How shoes affect foot function- Why the boom in orthotics and when they are and are not usefulI challenged Andy with a number of counter-arguments, and he was able to provide clear and clarifying information to all my questions.We talked about Pain:-- Whether pain is the best indicator of a problem or is there such a thing as asymptomatic dysfunction and whether there are other indicators that there is a problem, which could then lead to our inability to do desired actives due to pain. - The catch 22 of exercise to reduce pain and exercise causing pain and whether anti-inflammatories or pain killers are a good circuit breakerWe covered common foot problems, causes and some treatment options: -Overpronation -Arthritis-Plantar FasciitisAdditionally, we discussed:-How adaptable is our body to our lifestyle choices? -How do we get better at giving the body better instructions. We ran out of time but I would have loved to discuss more with Andy about where to from here to expand thinking in your industry and whether he is considering approaching universities and shoe companies so they can become progressive....I'll be interested in watching this space!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Andy https://www.melbournenaturalpodiatry.com or follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andybryant_podiatrist/For more info on natural footwear: https://www.instagram.com/thebarefootshoereview/If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please give it a like, write a comment and share it with your friends. Also subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, spotify and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Feb 22

1 hr 22 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 50!Being a milestone episode, I thought I would bring on my very first guest of the show and regular contributor Dr Nathalie Martinek. This episode will be somewhat an extension of the EP 1:‘How to care less, while still being caring’, which is still the most listened episode of the series. In today's episode will take a deeper look at how we can address our needs. So often when we feel triggered and challenged it is because we have unmet needs. But the problem is many people have not taken the time to really assess their needs - physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually.In this episode we chat about: -Maslow's hierarchy of needs and it's limitations-Caretaking other people's needs vs caretaking for our own needs-Boundaries to protect your needs -Redefining what a compassionate good person means -Support -Communicating of needs-Co-dependence (self-centred vs other centred) vs interdependence (middle ground)-When radical self-centeredness is neededWe shared some strategies/scripts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Nathalie https://www.drnathaliemartinek.com/If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Dec 2020

1 hr 3 min

In todays episode I have a special guest known as ‘Romany Romany’ - a sassy, magnetic woman who truly understands the meaning of connection, spreading her magic everywhere she goes. She is a world renowned British magician, winner of Las Vegas World Magic Awards and author ‘Spun Into Gold’ a story of her secret life, a true story of hope . I was privileged to met and become friends with Romany earlier this year, before the world turned crazy, at the Ultimate Girls week away in Fiji, where she successfully amazed 200+ women poolside with her dazzling, burlesque style magic show as well as delivering a truly inspiration keynote sharing her inspiring, heartfelt story of hope, which had Liz Gilbert moved so much that she joined her on stage.I’n this episode Romany shared her personal story of hope - her battle with an eating disorder and her continual persistence in following her dreams. We talked about setting an intention, follow your heart and then listen to the whispers for instructions of how to get there! We covered the following themes:-Persistence-Trust-Motivation-Courage-Ripple effect of joy as well as overcoming internal and external roadblocks.For more information on Romany and to get your hands on her book 'Spun into gold' go to www.romanymagic.comWhat’s your biggest insight or takeaway from todays conversation. Leave a comment and let us know.If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and youtube.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.Until next time remember connection is medicine.

Nov 2020

51 min 36 sec

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations EP 48I’m Lisa, a life, clarity and wellbeing coach, your host and the founder of Wellthy Living.It is here that I connect with a variety of wonderful people to have inspiring and insightful conversations to help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life both personally & professionally.If I have learnt anything in my life, it’s that life is unpredictable and despite wishing I could somehow control each step on my path and ensure predictability, I cannot. So my planning process is ongoing and agile, and my strategy is to find joy, opportunity, comfort and even excitement in the uncertainty of life. In this episode I chat with Claire Riley about the value and pitfalls of planning and have structure and systems and how to incorporate intuitive flow and flexibilityClaire Riley is a marketing & strategy business coach. she works with business owners who are amazing at what they do but feel clueless about how to run a profitable, sustainable business the easy way.In our conversation we discussed:- The difference between systems and blueprints or formulas -Personalising systems- The importance of core personal foundations for sustainable business success -Getting to know your your self and your own capacity rather than comparing with others- Reasons why people avoid systems - Personal core issues and growth areas that get highlighted when running your own business- Joyful productivity- Intuitive flow -does this alleviate stress or create more overwhelm- Self trust-Self care and responsibilityClaire offers many tips throughout this casual conversation.For more on Claire: claireriley.coSocial media links/handlesFacebook Page https://www.facebook.com/clairerileycoaching/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/clairerileycoaching/Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/clairerileycoach/YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpZinQAlrhtcdI3ZhQXiKHQClaire and I would love to hear from you.What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from our conversation. Leave a comment below and let us know.If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. Thank you so much for watching, I’m Lisa and I’ll catch you next time on Wellthy Living conversations and always remember ‘connection is medicine’.

Oct 2020

1 hr 6 min

In this conversation with Izzy Elfa, she talks openly about her life, her diagnosis of CPTSD (complex post-traumatic stress disorder) and DID (disassociative identity disorder) and how she discovered art and went on to become an artist.Izzy shared about her 3 'alters' and how they present themselves and provide inspiration in the painting process and how their individual styles are represented in her expressive artworks. We also discussed what success means for her, what painting has opened up for her and at what point making art turned from therapy and hobby to a business.I love the way Izzy honours the unfolding of her story and how her art has allowed her to further connect with herself and sharing her works and her insights is a vehicle to connect to others and bring about change. Her DID is becoming an essential part of her brand as her 'DID' gives her a special set of abilities that is uncommon. She has found a way t allow her "disorder" to empower her and in turn empower others. Izzy would love her work to be a way of removing the stigma and shame around mental illness and encourage people to see their "disorders" as superpowers.And if you’d like more info on Izzy: https://www.izzyelfa.com or follow her on -Instagram: izzyelfa Facebook: izzyartwork Blog: izzyontheeye.wordpress.comIzzy and I would love to hear from you.What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from our conversation. Leave a comment below and let us know.If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. Thank you so much for watching, I’m Lisa and I’ll catch you next time on Wellthy Living Collective Wisdom conversations and always remember ‘connection is medicine’.

Oct 2020

41 min 19 sec

By fixing our food systems could we solve chronic disease/obesity, reduce the cost of healthcare, reverse climate change and ensure everyone in society has equal access to quality nutritious food… Could regenerative agriculture be the answer for a better future?In this episode, I chat with visionary change-maker and activist for the future food systems - Nick Rose: Executive Director of Australia’s national sustainable food systems organization - ‘Sustain’You will get to learn from Nick’s extensive knowledge & experience about our food systems, the significance of urban agriculture, food sovereignty and about his latest project - ‘The pandemic gardening survey’- which brings hope for a better tomorrow.We talk about how COVID has shone a light on our broken system as well as prompted more interest in creating edible gardens.Despite the serious content matter of this conversation, I’m sure you’ll come away feeling both informed, inspired and hopeful.Nick doesn’t just highlight the problems but identifies practical solutions and a call to action for us to all to do our bit to contribute to a more sustainable, fair and resilient future.Relevant Links:Pandemic Gardening survey findings :Webinar on the 16th September 2020 - https://events.humanitix.com/pandemicgardeningresultspart1Sustain membership - https://www.sustain.org.au/membership/Design Files Award profile - https://thedesignfiles.net/2020/08/sustainabledesign-melbourne-food-hub/Sustain - https://www.sustain.org.au FB https://www.facebook.com/sustainaus Insta - https://www.instagram.com/sustainaustraliaTwitter @sustainaus LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/sustain-the-australian-food-networkUrban Agriculture Forum - https://www.uaf.org.au FB - https://www.facebook.com/urbanagricultureforum Insta - https://www.instagram.com/urban_agriculture_forumMelbourne Food Hub - https://www.melbournefoodhub.org.au FB https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFoodHub Insta - https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFoodHub LinkedIn - https://www.facebook.com/MelbourneFoodHubGrow Source Eat Fresh parcel subscription + craft shop https://www.facebook.com/grow.source.eatCardinia Food Movement - https://www.cardiniafoodmovement.org FB - https://www.facebook.com/cardiniafoodmovement Insta - https://www.instagram.com/cardiniafoodmovementTwitter - https://twitter.com/cardinia_food LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/cardinia-food-movement/------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nick holds a bachelor degree in Law, A Masters in and Community and International Development, a PhD in political ecology, A Churchill Fellowship, Editor of Fair Food: Stories from a Movement Changing the World (2015) and the co-editor of Reclaiming the Urban Commons: The past, present and future of food growing in Australian towns and cities. He is also a Lecturer in Food Studies, Food Systems and Food Movement at William Angliss Institute in Melbourne.Nick brings more than a decade of working at the grassroots and institutional level in several Australian states in food sovereignty and sustainable food systems.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living on iTunes or Youtube channel, so you can listen to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, a conversation facilitator and event creator, facilitator and host.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember CONNECTION IS MEDICINE

Sep 2020

1 hr 12 min

In this conversation, I chat with Silfath Pinto about feminine wisdom, life force energy of women and how it impacts the way we live, love and lead.Silfath is a practitioner of the Healing Arts and Sacred Wisdom Keeper, who has spent the last 10 years traveling the world and supporting individuals in stepping into their brilliance and becoming happiness alchemists. Her clients have experienced beautiful paradigm shifts: from changing jobs to starting a new career, from letting go of past hurt to moving to a new city, from meeting their life partner and improving relationships, from losing weight to flourishing in radical self-love. Clients often refer to her as an energy shifter, a soul whisperer and magic maker.In this juicy conversation we explore:-Connection to our core personal foundations and connection to our bodies-The Magic in movement-The ripple effects of connecting to our pleasure and joy -Discovering your own uniqueness-Understanding feminine power and the paradox of balancing masculine and feminine energy within-Tips for building healthy boundaries-Self love/acceptance and compassion-The inner cheerleader versus the inner saboteur-Tools and energy practices-The impact of cultural impact - in this case being a woman of colour.For more info on Silfath and her upcoming workshops: visit: https://www.silfathpinto.com/ or join her over on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/silfath.sophia/I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did. We would love your feedback- What’s your biggest insight or takeaway ...leave a comment and let us know.If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and Youtube - so you can listen to more insightful conversation to help you live a Wellthy Life.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.Until next time remember connection is medicine.

Sep 2020

1 hr 11 min

In this casual conversation I chat with Tracy Verdugo- an inspirational artist who has had success globally with her vibrant, joy filled works as well as her creative workshops.We chat about the metaphoric relationship between art making and life and how the dualities of life, for example, beauty and mess, holding on and letting go, chaos and order, planning and intuition are well practiced during the process of making art. Tracy shared her multi layered approach to her artwork and we drew the parallel to life layers. We discussed the discomfort in uncertainty that many people experience, especially now, during a global pandemic and how and why artists seem to be quite comfortable with discomfort and uncertainty. Other topics we touched on include:Embracing contrastBuilding on sweet spotsSelf trust and confidencePerfectionismPermission to playCuriosityTriggers, boundaries & edges Self compassionWith life changes do you feel like your mojo has gone on holidays without you - you know, that magical feeling that comes from being joyful and feeling connected, from living with purpose and having a creative flow. Well, it's apt that Tracy's signature creative workshop is called 'Paint Mojo" - why not check out Tracy's programs at : https://amzn.to/33870BD or tracyverdugo.comI hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did. We would love your feedback- What’s your biggest insight or takeaway ...leave a comment and let us know.If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and youtube.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.Until next time remember connection is medicine.

Aug 2020

59 min 11 sec

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations episode 43. In this episode, I chat with spiritual author, speaker and mentor Kris Franken and we take a fresh look at your inner guidance systems. Kris shares the meaning of commonly used words: intuition, instinct and insight, the differences between them, ways to connect with them and how they contribute to your level of self awareness. We discuss:-Self awareness practices-Rituals-The importance of understanding your needs & knowing your values-Making values based choices-How to connect with your body through your sensesand more..We even geeked out on a little science behind body position and receiving downloads. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology and 14 year’s experience as a professional writer, Kris loves to empower others to live in the deepest alignment with their truth. Kris is the author of her first book The Call of Intuition, a stunning range of oracle cards, as well as a Soulful Journal, and The Intuitive Playbook and in this episode she generously shares personal stories, knowledge, wisdom and tools to find your own flow and follow your inner guidance.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Kris: https://www.krisfranken.com/If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Jul 2020

1 hr 5 min

Welcome to Wellthy Living conversations, episode 42.Social connection and cohesion are critically important to good health, longevity and quality of life. Yet, during the last few months, we have been living in unusual times of isolation and social distancing. What’s the impact and how do we prepare and transition for a new story, in the COVID -19 Era - What does this mean for individuals, communities and as a society and what role can we play? In this episode, I chat about this with Gilbert Rochecouste, an inspiring man who for over 26 years has led the movement enhancing social cohesion by (re)connecting people to places.Gilbert is recognised locally and internationally as a leading voice in Placemaking and the creation of vibrant, resilient and loved places. He is a sought after speaker and skilledfacilitator for community and stakeholder engagement activities and has worked with over 1000 cities, towns, main streets and communities.These unusual times have given people the opportunity to reflect on the ways we have lived our life and the impact our choices have had on us as humans but also on the planet. So before we discussed a way forward, Gilbert shares some of his biggest observations and reflections over the last couple of months.When then went on to talk about writing a new story, discussing:- A regenerative lifestyle - put back more than we take out.-Going hyper-local - understanding communities, neighbours, shops, etc- Lifestyle changes - home-based offices, empty buildings and new innovative building development projects - Common physical places - how to reclaim and reconnect and more.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info on Gilbert: www.villagewell.org If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Jun 2020

1 hr 6 min

In this episode, I chat with Martine Oglethorpe, founder of 'The Modern Parent' and author of her new book 'The Modern Parent: Raising a great kid in the digital world'.Martine wants parents and families to experience joy and connection within their families, so here we discuss some of the challenges, benefits and tools to help parents navigate the digital space with their kids, especially during a time when we are all spending more time than we’ve ever done together in our homes.Some of the topics we talked about included:-Managing screen time effectively-Multi-tasking between devices-Role Modelling-Communication-Family reflection sessions and family values conversations-Building resilience-Quality time-Creativity-Connection-Benefits technology provides for introverts-Ways to build critical thinking skills with our kidsand moreTo purchase her new book: https://amzn.to/32cU2DjFor more information about Martine, her great resources visit: https://themodernparent.net/and follow her on her socials:Instagram: martine_themodernparentTwitter: @themodernparentFacebook: facebook.com/themodernparentIf you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine.

May 2020

1 hr 13 min

With COVID- 19 building a strong immune system is a real priority.So today, I chat with Dr Leela Klein - Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner.Dr Leela Klein works across many health issues but has a special interest in psycho-emotional issues such as anxiety and depression, which is pertinent in today's society in general but particularly in the current global pandemic.In this conversation we discuss:- Leela's pathway to becoming a TCM practitioner, including the mindset to make a big career change- What is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and how it differs in philosophy to western medicine. - How it's used in China as opposed to western countries- The role TCM played in the treatment of Covid-19 in China- Integrating TCM and western medicine- Ways to boost your immune system- Acupunctureand moreAnd if you’d like more info about Leela:Fb: Oyster Shells& Dragon BoneInsta: Oyster Shells & Dragon BoneLinkedin: Dr Leela Sky KleinIf you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.liv...https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwi...Until next time remember connection is medicine.

Apr 2020

1 hr 2 min

In this current time of COVID19, many businesses are changing their business models to take their businesses online. In this episode, I chat with an online business coach, conscious marketer & author, George Kao about how to do this whilst still aligning with personal values, integrity and ethics.We discuss:- The balance between being a sustainable business and being compassionate to the reality of peoples financial stress.-Being market-driven and how that differs from profit-driven-Creating content and offers with curiosity and to test the market-Building genuine connections with your audience-Sustainable pricing structure-Creating business opportunities without being opportunistic during a global pandemic-Avoiding resentment-Scarcity marketing - false scarcity versus real scarcity-The benefits of collaboration, curiosity and creativity, especially during this timeWhat’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation? Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info about George and his courses visit: https://bit.ly/2QMFGTGIf you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.liv...https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwi...Until next time remember connection is medicine

Apr 2020

35 min 31 sec

Mediation is the fastest growing health trend in Western countries. It is no longer considered an activity only for the highly spiritual. It has become a tool used by everyday people and health care practitioners as an essential part of overall wellbeing.There are more and more studies showing the benefits of mediation and mindfulness for the brain, the body, our emotional management and even for our relationships. And with many people experiencing overwhelm and anxiety with the change in circumstance during this COVID -19 pandemic, it can prove to be a beneficial tool.To talk more about the what’s, why’s and how’s of meditation I chat with Kerryn Slater.Kerryn is a certified Meditation Teacher, NLP Self Discovery Master Coach,  Hypnosis Practitioner, Reiki Master Teacher, and Psychic Medium. She has spent the last 26 years searching for and discovering the meaning of this life… why human beings the way that they are, what makes us tick, why do we do what we do, how our thoughts affect us and how can we be at peace In this episode we discuss:- The difference between mediation and mindfulness meditation- Types of mediation- Common misconceptions or myths around mediation- The benefits of mediation for the brain, the body, our emotional management, as well as ripple effects- Things that get in the way for people starting and sustaining a mediation practice & some tips to overcome these challenges- Meditation, mental health and the impact for healing traumaand moreWhat’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation? Leave a comment and let us know.And if you’d like more info about Kerryn:http://holisticessentialstherapyandconsulting.com.auhttps://www.facebook.com/HolisticEssentialsTherapyandConsultinghttps://www.instagram.com/holistic_essentials_If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, and a professional conversation facilitator.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember connection is medicine

Apr 2020

56 min 23 sec

In this episode I chat with the "content coach" - Jo Johnson. We explore the value of storytelling when creating content for your business. This juicy conversation was jam packed with knowledge and tools to help you build confidence in your writing. We discussed:- The different impact in sharing a story verses sharing your expertise via data and facts- How to write in a way that builds genuine relationships and helps your audience to understand you and your values- The use of humour- The importance of knowing your audience, their pain points & how to solve them- Using video as part of your content- Planning your content versus writing off the cuff- Taking imperfect action, reviewing and receiving feedback- Having a strategy but delivering value without communicating an end game- What's stops people sharing their story, including perfectionism, personal standards, unworthiness, overwhelm, imposter syndrome and comparing with others.- Oversharing - public versus privateAnd more.There is such a timely episode with the current COVID -19 situation and so many businesses moving to online content. We hope you find some useful tools to help you during this time.Enjoy :-)Jo and I would love your feedback. What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation? If you have any questions or would like us to talk more about online content curation please don't hesitate to reach out.Leave a comment and let us know.For more info on Jo and her business - The Content Coach: www.thecontentcoach.com.auSocial media: https://www.facebook.com/thecontentcoach/https://www.instagram.com/thecontentcoach/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jojohnson/If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes or on the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, a conversation facilitator and event creator, facilitator and host.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember CONNECTION IS MEDICINE

Apr 2020

58 min 31 sec

In this episode, I chat with best-selling author of the books Lucky Bitch, Get Rich Lucky Bitch and Chillpreneur, Denise Duffield-Thomas. Denise is a business mentor and self-made millionaire with a thriving global community of female entrepreneurs.We discuss ways to create a successful business without the constant hustle, the challenges to doing this and some changes you can make to feel less overwhelmed and more joy whilst still make money.We really covered so much in just one hour. In this jam-packed conversation we chatted about:-FOMO and about being disliked -What leads women in entrepreneurship-Money blocks that come up for women-Why charging for your services allows you to have greater impact and do pro bono work-The balance of giving and receiving-The amount of energy it takes to have a lack mindset-Designing your unique first-class life-Self-knowledge - debunking stories, recalling memories, being aware of conditioning, linage and family mottos around money -generation differences- parenting differences with genders-Changing the paradigm around the family breadwinnerand so much more. This is such an honest, raw and personal conversation with great insights and food for thought. Enjoy :-)Denise and I would love your feedback. What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from this conversation?Leave a comment and let us know.For more info on Denise Duffield Thomas:www.denisedt.comInstagram.com/denisedtFacebook.com/denisedtor purchase her latest book Chillpreneur: https://amzn.to/3bLMlHlIf you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes or on the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. I’m Lisa, I’m an integrated life, clarity and wellbeing coach, a conversation facilitator and event creator, facilitator and host.To find out more about my services you can visit my website www.wellthyliving.com.au or connect with me on all social media channels.https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/Until next time remember CONNECTION IS MEDICINE

Mar 2020

52 min 46 sec

In this episode, I chat with Shannon Bush, Founder of Creative Possibilities and creator of 'The Thrive Factor" an archetypal profiling framework for women to help them thrive in both their personal and professional life. Shannon out me in the hot seat and described 3 of the archetypes that I have. We discussed the importance of knowing yourself to achieve life success and how your 'Thrive Factor' profile can guide this process. For more information on Shannon's work- The Thrive Factor:https://thethrivefactor.comIntentional Permission course (starts end of March): https://thrive.creativepossibility.com.au/intentionalpermissionThrive Factor School (starting end April) https://study.creativepossibility.com.au/thrivefactorschoolIf you’ve enjoyed this episode please leave a comment, rate the show and share it with your friends. Also, consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. You can connect with me at http://wellthyliving.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/wellthy-living/id1374243559

Mar 2020

59 min 52 sec

In this episode, I chat with the host of 'Just get started' podcast Brian Ondrako. Brian shares his personal story and the learnings that came from his experiences that lead him to entrepreneurship. Some of the topics we talked about included:-Self-awareness and reflection-The impact of curiosity-Work ethic-The role self-love plays to propel someone forward-How to prioritise what's important to reduce stress and overwhelm-The key patterns and qualities that surface in some of his podcast guests about getting started.For more info on Brian- https://brianondrako.comIf you’ve enjoyed this episode please leave a comment, rate the show and share it with your friends. Also, consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally. You can connect with me at http://wellthyliving.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/wellthy-living/id1374243559

Jan 2020

1 hr 2 min

My guest Dean Lloyd share his personal story that leads him to heroin addiction, crime, prison time, recovery and healing.Dean grew up as an Athletic middle-class white boy who got himself mixed up in drugs. Marries a woman he meets in rehab, proposes to her on the back of an escort van after being sentenced to 4 years in prison for armed robbery. Gets out, gets married has a kid, gets divorced, becomes a single dad, which is the catalyst to get his life back on track. He builds a property portfolio, remarries, has 2 more kids, relapses and loses it all again. He is now been clean for some years, still happily married and on his way back up, running two businesses - Encapsulator - digital time capsules and Lloyd Consulting.In this episode, we chat about the lessons from prison, the benefits of reflection, support, self-responsibility, connection to self, the impact of unconditional love and so much more.I like to keep the episodes under an hour but I was so engrossed in Dean's story that I wanted to talk for hours.If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes and the Wellthy Living youtube channel, so you can listen to more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally.For info on Dean's businesses:https://encapsulator.io/#/https://lloydconsulting.co/

Dec 2019

1 hr 18 min

In this delightful conversation, I chat with I have a very special guest, a well-known name in the music industry and an overall gem of a woman - Tania Doko, or perhaps more known as The Bachelor Girl.We talked about her journey and success in the music industry, the power and impact of music, the importance of presence and connection, the importance of support and collaboration as well as touching on the motherhood juggle.As one half of ARIA award-winning, Bachelor Girl, Tania has enjoyed much success with James Roche. In 1998 their debut “Buses and Trains” became an Australian and international smash, won a APRA song of the year in 1999, and made a huge mark in the U.S. It's still in the top 25 most played songs in Australia.Tania created critically acclaimed electro-rock band/EP - SHE SAID YES supporting Darren Hayes national tour October 2007. This powerhouse of a woman has also been wow-ing global LGBT audiences with her explosive LIVE PA set, from Sydney Mardi Gras to Spain, to Manchester Pride.Tania’s has many allocated as a songwriter and vocalist, proving her mark globally - featured and co-written with artists including The Veronicas, Taylor Dayne, Samantha Jade, Jessica Mauboy, Tina Arena, Delta Goodrem, George Sheppard, Kpop stars Jus2, Eurovision winner & Swedish Eurovision winner  Mans Zelmerlow and Alex Curtis' Junior Eurovision entry 'WE ARE', to name a few. Her versatility has also seen her shine in the EDM world, streaming highly and featuring on major Spotify playlists.Tania resides in both Sweden & Australia and is enjoying new success as a solo artist. Her recent participation in SBS's 'Eurovision-Australia Decides' and single 'PIECE OF ME' ignites an exciting, new chapter for this singer/songwriter. Bachelor Girl is busy again on the festival circuit touring with Australian heavyweights such as Farnham, Icehouse, Reyne and Diesel. With Tania and James songwriting chemistry as strong as ever, Bachelor Girl continues to release new music, including their social conscious new single 'Speak'. As songwriter/artist and coach, Tania is also honoured to be an APRA ambassador for the Nordic Region, helping as the conduit for more great Aussie-Swedish collaborations.You can follow Taina on social mediahttps://www.facebook.com/bachelorgirlofficialhttps://www.instagram.com/bachelor.girl.officialhttps://twitter.com/taniadokohttp://bachelorgirl.com/For more insightful conversations to help you live a meaningful, connected and well life subscribe to the Wellthy Living podcast and Wellthy Living youtube channelconnect on social mediahttps://www.facebook.com/welllthylivinghttps://www.instagram.com/wellthy.livinghttps://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwislehttp://wellthyliving.com.au

Dec 2019

6 min 33 sec

In a world where nutrition and making healthy food choices eating has become so confusing, I chat with special guest Jenny Tschiesche, or better down as the Lunchbox doctor, about simplifying nutrition information. We discuss the most popular "diets" and ways of eating, how to cook healthy family meals for busy people, seasonal eating, gut health, how our food choices impacts our mental health and our social wellbeing. Jenny is one of the UK's leading nutrition experts and the founder of www.lunchboxdoctor.com, a hugely popular brand. She has a passion for creating delicious and nutritious recipes for busy people. She has worked with leading brands and health campaigns including BBC Sport, Sport England and Cancer Research UK. Jenny regularly contributes to TV and radio shows including Good Morning Britain and BBC Radio and to newspapers and magazines including The Guardian, The Mail, The Express and Top Santé. Her first recipe book was published on 13 March 2018. It is entitled Sheet Pan Cooking: 101 recipes for simple and nutritious meals straight from the oven. Jenny has also written a book called Gut Health and Probiotics which was published in September 2018 and another recipe book called The Modern Multi-cooker Cookbook: 101 Recipes for your Instant Pot (™) which was released early September 2018. Jenny is currently writing book number four. It's called Real Lunchtime Food and will be released 12 December 2019.To read Jenny's blog or find out more about her books visit www.lunchboxdoctor.com

Nov 2019

54 min 20 sec

In this episode, I chat with women in leadership consultant, co-founder of “Woman 5.0.” platform, TEDx speaker and contributor of Psychologies magazine Coach directory, Lara Khalaf . We talk about women and power, things that prevent women from connecting with their inner power source, the impact outsourcing their power has on their sustainable success and ways to help women access their power more easily. More specifically we covered topics such as people-pleasing, approval addiction, and boundaries. We also discussed self-awareness and why it's so important for sustainable success and amongst so much more.To find out more about Lara and her work go to www.Larakhalaf.comTo watch her TEDx - 'The other side of Syria': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRVz1MxG4O4To find out more about my services go to www.wellthyliving.comSubscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCzifuN8gLvajOhN0O_NDng?view_as=subscriber

Nov 2019

55 min 7 sec

In this episode I chat with Tammie Pike about boundaries and how we show up for ourselves respectfully and lovingly with self awareness, self worth, self trust & self respect particularly in our work but as in our personal life, as for many they are one of the same.We discuss:- Early warning signs that a person feels “off”. - What are the patterns people can look out for?-Learning to express what we want - Letting go of people when the dynamic feels toxic -Why do you think people cross boundaries?- What can we learn from people that trigger us by pushing our boundaries?- How do you identify when it is a boundary that is being crossed and when it is something for your own growth and working through it is better?- Receiving suppportYou can connect with Tammie through her facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MumpreneurMovementAustralia/or download the latest edition of her mumpreneur movement digital magazine: https://issuu.com/toowoombamumpreneur/docs/june_issue_of_mumpreneurs_magazine_



Oct 2019

43 min 30 sec

Mental health and emotional well being are getting lots of air time in the world right now…and rightly so. We are living in a world where anxiety, depression and suicide rates are continually rising. In this episode I chat with Social worker, author, keynote speaker and workshop facilitator Romi Grossberg to discuss her fabulous new book “the key - a social emotional toolkit for teens - which aim to teach teenagers self awareness, emotional intelligence and practical life copying skills to help reduce the rates of mental illness.What’s your biggest insight or takeaway from todays conversation. Leave a comment and let us know.Grab your copy of the book here: http://bit.ly/thekeyforteensTo connect with Romi https://www.romigrossberg.comFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/romi.grossberg.writer/Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/romilovelife/To connect with me go to www.wellthyliving.com.auhttps://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/If you’ve enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends and consider subscribing to the Wellthy Living podcast on iTunes, spotify, iheart radio or google play, so you can listen to for more conversations with wonderful humans who’s stories, knowledge, actionable ideas and wisdom can help you to live a meaningful, connected and well life, both personally and professionally.

Aug 2019

43 min 12 sec

In this episode I chat with Peace Mitchell - co-founder of Ausmumpreneur and The Womens Business School. We deep into the topics of :-women entrepreneurship-motherhood and career-the challenges and fears holding women back and -why investing in women is so importantTo find more information about Peace and her wonderful business and network go to:http://www.thewomensbusinessschool.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/peacemitchell/https://www.instagram.com/ausmumpreneur/https://www.facebook.com/womensbusinessschool/For more information about my services go to http://wellthyliving.com.au/https://www.facebook.com/welllthyliving/https://www.instagram.com/wellthy.living/https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisaentwisle/

Aug 2019

53 min 7 sec

In this episode I chat with Natalie Swedosh who devotes her time and energy to developing her social enterprise called “Strike up a chat” with a vision to create an epidemic of friendly people chatting with each other face to face instead of phone to phone.Natalie is a Wellness Trainer, Self-Empowerment Educator and Mental Health Therapist.In this episode we chat about 'Strike up a chat', why she started it, some of her findings, common barriers to talking to new people, the benefits of talking to strangers, discernment and tips of effective communication.For more information on Strike up a Chat or to become a chat ambassador go to https://strikeupachat.com or connect through the Strike up a Chat facebook page.

Aug 2019

42 min 38 sec

Modern day living is full of choices, innovation and information, yet research shows that there is a decline in the health and wellbeing in our young people. There is an increase in the number of children who are emotionally unstable, have been diagnosed with mental illness, behave in anti-social ways and event the rates of suicide are continuing to rise. Are the modern world challenges affecting the copying ability in our young people. It seems to me that there is an important need to improve everyone’s understanding of resilience. With a world full of uncertainty, resilience is a vital ingredient for everyone to thrive. It is essential skills for parents and carers of children to teach and role model if we want to improve the wellbeing of young people. To chat about raising resilience in children, including:-The meaning of resilience-What impacts resilience-How our wellbeing as a parent affects our children and -Some simple measures we can implement today is my special guest, Founder of Orchestrate coaching and consulting, Marilou Coombe. To find out more about Marilou you can visit her website at www.mariloucoombe.comor her social media pages:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/orchestrateparenting/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/marilou-coombe-456140103/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mariloucoombe/Marilou has also created a fabulous worksbook on Gratitude which can can purchase for her website.

Jun 2019

42 min 5 sec

In this episode I chat with special guest Nicole Grouch about what toxic free living actually means, where toxins are found including our cosmetics, cleaning products, detergents, fragrances, furnishings, food and more. What discuss health risks and share many practical things you can do to live a more natural low toxic lifestyle.To access great articles on low toxic living as well as a copy of Nicole's e-book -10 Steps to Toxic Free Living go to www.livingsafe.com.auFor more info on my services go to www.wellthyliving.com.au

May 2019

54 min 9 sec

Menstruation or period is something every healthy woman experiences, yet talking about periods has often been a taboo subject. There is no denying that a period stigma still exists, that both girls and women carry shame around their monthly bleeding time.In this episode I chat with Stasha Washburn - "the period coach', who is certainly on a mission to end the taboo of menstruation world wide.Where cover the topicof shame and stigma around periods, where it comes from (a brief history) and flow on negative impacts.Stasha helps us understand the 4 natural cycles that take place each month and how to plan around them.Throughout the episode we make reference and tips for Business owners, employees, emplyers, managers, school ages girls, parents and more. This conversation aims to educate, brings awareness and empower all those who listen.To order her latest book - 'The revolution will be bloody - breaking the last tabbo' : https://amzn.to/32cU2DjTo find out more about Stasha and her offerings visit https://ThePeriodCoach.com or check out her instagram page at Instagram.com/stashawashburn

Apr 2019

1 hr 1 min

In this episode I speak with transformational body therapist, presentation coach and keynote speaker, Dr Gary Wolhman about ways to transfer and transform your message using your body and your voice.We discuss:✔️ Reasons why people seem to have lost the skills to communicate from a place of inner power✔️ Self awareness and how that effects the way we communicate✔️ What happens in our body when we make choices from a place thats not aligned with our true self✔️ Gary shares many tools throughout the episode that you can start to use in your everyday life, including:- tools to free up stored energy- tools to get you into the zone for speaking publicly- tools to clear old wounds that block you from speaking upand more.To learn more about Gary, you can connect with him at : https://mypresentationdoctor.com

Mar 2019

50 min 15 sec

In this episode I am chatting to Leah Kearns about how her journey of re-connection back to herself lead her to male conscious choices to support her pathway from overwhelming fatigue to living a life that works for her and most importantly supports her wellbeing.You can connect with Leah at:https://leahkearns.com/https://www.facebook.com/leahkearnsmentor/https://www.facebook.com/webeingcommunity/

Feb 2019

46 min 51 sec

It is no secret that many people in the western world are expressing feelings of overwhelm and even burnout. This is further validated by the stats that wellness tourism is growing twice as fast as overall tourism, showing the heightened need for self care.In this episode I talk with wellness travel expert, Samantha Lippiat. We discuss:- Self care: what it is, why it's getting some much attention on social media channels and tips of how to prioritise it.- Healthy holidays - what are they all about, the benefits, why being away from youe regular day to day life helps you reset and how to integrate your changes and your goals into your life for sustanable wellbeing.-Creating a life you love To find out more about Samantha you can connect with her through these links:Facebook - www.facebook.com/thewellnesstravelexpertTwitter - https://twitter.com/fitness_travelsLinkedIn- www.linkedin.com/in/samanthalippiattInstagram - www.instagram.com/fitnesstravels or www.instagram.com/healthandfitnesstravelauWebsite: www.healthandfitnesstravel.com.au

Dec 2018

51 min 47 sec

I this episode I chat with Melissa Jeffcott, a certified life coach who supports girls and women as they journey through life transitions, encouraging them to bring more self care, ritual and overall wellbeing into their life. We discussed the different transitions of a womens life, why it's important to acknowledge and celebrate these milestones and ways to navigate the changes for transformational outcomes.You can connect with Melissa at www.melissajeffcott.com or via her facebook pages: The Other Side of Forty and Celebrating Girls

Dec 2018

53 min 17 sec

In this episode I chat with Martine Oglethorpe director of “the Modern Parent” to discuss how young people are using devices and how to help families incorporate technology safely and smartly into their lives, ensuring our kids are getting the very best that the internet and technology has to offer them without succumbing to the many pitfalls of a digital and connected world.We chat about :-challenges and concerns of parents- parental and child responsibilities-setting boundaries-impacts on families and overall well beingTune in to learn more about how to maximise joy and minimise stress in this modern world of technology.About MartineMartine is an accredited speaker with the Office of the eSafety Commissioner and have presented to numerous parent groups, schools and teachers around Australia. Regular workshops with young people also ensures she has the most relevant perspective and up to date information on what it means to grow up today.With a background in secondary education and a Masters in Counselling Martine is able to use her extensive professional experience in conjunction with the personal experiences of raising 5 boys, to give a realistic approach to parenting today.You can connect with her at https://themodernparent.net

Nov 2018

59 min 21 sec

Join me as I chat with dance movement and creative arts therapist, Anjali about dance and it's impact on our overall wellbeing. Anjali is a firm believer in the power of dance and the arts to transcend all barriers and transform and empower individuals and communities.In this episode we discuss:* Body Wisdom - what we can learn from your body and ways to become more body and self aware* The benefits of dance on cognative, physical, emotional and spiritual levelsand so much more.To find out more about Anjali and her work:facebook.com/EmbracingSpirit/ facebook.com/aatmadancecompany/www.linkedin.com/in/anjali-senguptawww.instagram.com/embracingspirit/Website: www.embracingspirit.netto find out more about my services visit www.wellthyliving.com.au or join me on social media (wellthy living)

Nov 2018

56 min 19 sec

In this episode I chat with Author and Therapist Romi Grossberg about emotional intelligence in relationships (including friendships, intimate, work, family, parent-child, etc.We discuss:-How the way we communicate and our level of self awareness are both key for healthy relationships and overall wellbeing. -Arguments: what leads to them, what happens to us both physically and psychologically during an argument and tips to avoid them both starting or escalating-Self awareness - what is it, stages and tips to develop it-Tools for self enquiry and letting go of patterns and stories that are getting in the way of connection in our relationshipsand more.Romi Grossberg is an author, holistic counsellor, writing therapist and public speaker. Her first two books are on emotional intelligence - The 5-Minute Guide to Emotional Intelligence is for adults and her latest book ‘The Key’ is a teaching tool for teenagers that she teaches in schools. She lives and works at The Sanctuary Thailand as a counsellor and running courses and visits Australia to teach her curriculum 'The Key' and run her workshops called ReConnect for adults.You can connect with Romi via:Facebook https://www.facebook.com/romi.grossberg.writer/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/romigrossberg/Website: http://www.romigrossberg.com/  

Oct 2018

1 hr

In this episode explore;• Different perspectives of what "ego" means• What is the purpose of having an ego?• Does the ego protect us or sabotage us?• The implications of seeing ego as a dirty word• Simple practices to manage and refine our egoand more.

Sep 2018

55 min 20 sec

On this episode, I am joined by an incredible changemaker....Founder of I=Change, Jeremy Meltzer, to discuss how to use business to enhance the wellbeing of less fortunate people globally.We discuss ways businesses can thrive by having a purpose beyond profit and how a simple and transparent model of social enterprise can have a great global impact.We will delve into Jeremy's passion around violence against women and discuss why unlocking the potential of women and girls around the world is a great opportunity for business and is a driver of growth and stability in the world. As well we talk about the small steps everyone can make to bring about social change and fulfil their passion and purpose. About Jeremy"If not me, who?"Jeremy is a social entrepreneur and expert in ‘business for purpose’. He is the Founder of i=Change, the world’s first cause-marketing platform for online retailers. i=Change has partnered with iconic brands, who give back from every sale and uniquely engage their customers to choose where it goes.With a focus on empowering women and girls, i=Change has raised over $783,000 & counting every few seconds - using the power of online retail. This has created a new and now significant funding stream for best-practice NGO’s, which is impacting the lives of already over 235,000 people in 14 countries.You can find more about Jeremy and i=change, inclusing his powerful TEDX talk at www.iequalchange.com

Aug 2018

1 hr 11 min

"Mindfulness, once an ancient buddhist religious practice has now become a multibillion dollar industry - from mindful apps to mindful workplace, school and sport club programs to mindful eating, mindful sex, mindful walking, mindful holidays and the list goes on. The mindfulness movement has become so big and diverse and seemingly unstoppable, but what's the truth about all the hype."Tune in to my latest #podcast as I chat with special guest, clinical psychologist and internationally-recognised expert in mindfulness, Dr Richard Chambers about mindfulness and why it’s not just the latest buzzword.Listen at - http://bit.ly/WellthyLiving or via your podcast app (wellthy Living radio show on itunes, spotify, iheart radio)In this episode we chat about:- What mindfulness is and how it has been contexualised for modern society- What are the benefits and the brain science- The things to consider before practicing mindful meditation

Aug 2018

1 hr 5 min

What if you were diagnosed with cancer, what then?Nathalie Brewer joins me to discuss her Personal attitude toward her cancer diagnosis and why it’s the best piece of personal feedback she received.With Nathalie's belief in the healing power of raw, graceful and candid communication, together with her inspiring story and transformational lessons, this is an episode you don't want to miss.We discover;• The importance of personal autonomy when it comes to having ANY diagnosis• The incredible role that lifestyle changes have on disease• How to come home and occupy your body fullyand so much more.About NathalieNathalie is a single mother who lives in the Dandenong hills in a nice life for the first 7 years of her daughter’s life. However, she felt ‘NOT THIS’...not this life! She was isolated and depressed even though she was running a successful company called Yellow Lantern. The feeling of Not This, kept growing. In the winter of 2015 she lived with a friend on the Greek Islands for 3 months. It was an intervention...to disrupt the pattern. It worked.6 months later she was diagnosed with Bowel cancer.....then Breast cancer.

Jul 2018

1 hr 9 min

Do you lack energy?Dietician and food coach, Joanna Shinewell joins Lisa to discuss how the foods we eat impact our energy levels and can affect our performance with tips to implement in your life.In this episode discover:• How food supplies us with energy• Understand the different types of nutrients• How to eat nutritionally for optimal performance• Psychological pleasure of eating and why it's important• Ways of eating that can cause stress and affect our energy and well-being• Mood enhancing chemicals and the gut-brain axis relationship• What sorts of food maximize performance in different situations• How to make best food choices during highly stressful and busy times to stay well and energized.• What is Mindful eatingAbout JoannaJoanna asks you the question, “How can you take control of your physical and mental wellbeing?”.Joanna’s psycho-gastronomic approach aims to empower people to find their recipe to successful living. She opens your eyes to diverse foods and cultures through novel and appropriate nutritional products.Joanna has dispelled myths and provided evidential nutrition information to a diverse range of organisations from corporate groups including the NAB, to elite sporting clubs such as Melbourne Football Club (AFL), Melbourne Storm (NRL) and Tennis Australia.She reveals the facts about how food determines physical and mental performance while empowering everyone from the investment banker to the professional athlete on how to change their nutrition to achieve their goals.Joanna is passionately devoted to holistic nourishment. This encompasses everything from the micronutrient level to the way her clients relate to food.For more on JoannaListen to this episodeTo connect with JoannaListen to this episode

Jul 2018

54 min 53 sec