Col Clayton is the inspiring fellow I’ve got for you today on the show to delve deep into the beauty of our breath, it’s physiological effects and, perhaps most importantly, it’s capacity for opening the doors for us as humans to innately live via our passions (and not settle for anything less) when learnt to do correctly as a child (and yes, for you big kids it can be relearnt).
Juliet Allen is a sexologist, sex and relationship coach, educator and columnist. She is the woman you turn to when you feel like your sex life is a flop. I’m the woman you talk to when you want mind-blowing orgasms and great sex every day. And I’m the woman you come to when you’re ready to truly explore and own your sexuality and power.
Mark Breadner is the longest serving teacher and yoga educator in Australia, having trained over 1000 Yoga teachers globally. He has a distinct capacity to facilitate rapid growth, developed over 45 years of Yoga practise, teaching and training. This interview delves into his discoveries about what the true essence of yoga is and how this applies to the modern world beyond the current state of modern yoga.
Bringing the latest from his adventures of discovering and exploring the many facets of health, David shares the latest happenings in the health and longevity. Bringing it home to the healing properties of simply embracing connection and community are explored early along with how to create the most incredible health and healing centres, which David is currently doing in Iceland.
A funny, thought provoking and real conversation about health, not just coming from a philosophical standpoint, but an honest sharing of Tyler's personal and ongoing relationship with health, including what occurred in his body when he finally found his home. We go quite quickly into the 7 basic elements of health to bring about a simple guide for laying the foundations that allows us to simply enjoy life. Meanwhile, we discuss and laugh about the seriousness of the health scene and how to navigate it.
Very slippery one for you today everyone delving deep into to demystification of how we can interact and communicate with the plant realm and what immediate benefits we can generate in our health and body through these interaction. Adrian has been communicating with the fragrance and frequency of plant-spirit beings and sharing the messages of omni-science in Nature for most of his life life. Having engaged in ceremony with Peruvian, African and other Indigenous plant shamans, he feels his service to humanity is in the role of a Botanical Geomatrician.
I've titled this episode as a romance purely because it was the only word I could find to describe the relationship that Jake Cassar has with the land. Jake is an environmentalist, bushcraft teacher, singer and musician who teaches people the art of connecting to the land using indigenous skills and bushcraft. Emerging beyond the simple health advice of "spend more time in nature," we talk deeply about how to deepen that time spent on the land you walk, in nature, by learning the song, dance, tracks, sounds and slopes of your terrain. Beyond this, the skills needed for ensuring your capacity to thrive when going bush are discussed in some detail. We talk tracking, foraging, finding water & shelter, hunting are more in a way that shows how these skills aren't simply great for helping you survive, but are an access for entering a deeper, more profound relationship with the environment you walk upon, one that connects you deeply and opens a new realm of health to emerge no matter what kind of lifestyle you are currently living.
The wild ride through the turbulent world of nutrition, dietary paradigms, rules, rigidity and dogma can often because more taxing on the system than the symptoms that lead us to the healthy lifestyle in the first place. In this interview Graham Jevon, a naturopathic practitioner and leading nutrition, physiological and biological expert, shares intimately about his journey and insights along the path of healing the body and aligning his lifestyle and diet with the forces of organically emerging "Biological Nutrition." We challenge the rules of the game to bring some inspiring and practical pieces of information and wisdom to you that will empower you to align closer with the diet that your body is specifically looking to engage with.
In this one I ride solo jamming about my favourite things that I've learn from the guests so far on the podcast in 2015 and how to deepen these distinctions to make 2016 the healthiest and best year possible. I also share (for a but longer than I originally intended) how I use an Awesome List (kind of an upgraded bucket list) to ensure the momentum of my life stays focused on taking me in the direction that will be the greatest for my body, mind and spirit. It's seriously a profound tool that will enrich your life.