Nat and Cecelia look back on the episodes and topics they have loved discussing and recording. Join them as they openly and honestly discuss where each of them is at in life and the lessons each of them have gained from The Wellness Collective.
Plotting your own suicide and then finding yourself in the middle of the Bali bombing seems like only something you'd see in a movie - but this was Carren Smith's reality. After her partner took his own life, her despair was just too much. Loosing her purpose for life, she mapped out her own suicide only to find life had other plans for her. In this episode you'll learn how this remarkable woman not only overcame epic adversity but how she is now helping others reclaim their own life purpose.
Cancer and other life-threatening illnesses all have one thing in common according to Dr Tom Incledon, founder and CEO of Causenta Cancer Treatment Centre in Arizona - that is, almost all disease responds astonishingly well to exercise, yet targeted and specific movement aren't a key focus in conventional treatments. Cecelia and Nat chat with him about how to hack your movement regime to better your life no matter where you're at.
In a world full of confusion, how is it that we truly understand love? Our guest, Laura Mucha dedicated the past decade to embracing the science of love after interviewing hundreds of strangers of all ages from over 40 countries, asking them of their most intimate a personal account. In this episode you'll hear her findings which draw on both the psychology and philosophy of love, lust and everything in-between.
And what have you seen? In this episode, Cecelia and Nat switch things up a little and bring together a discussion on recent events and findings they think are valuable to share. As mums, wives and women who multitask life, this episode will have you giggling, crying and hi-fiving yourself. They talk about life satisfaction, love, lust, procrastination as well as discuss how letting go of expectations may just be the best thing you've ever done.
Betrayal comes in all shapes and sizes and often leaves us exhausted and tortured. Infidelity, parental betrayal, workplace differences, bullying not to mention within friendships and relationships. After her own experience with deep and hurtful betrayal, our guest, Debi Silber decided to dedicate her time and energy into research and recovery, to help us identify and move through the stages of betrayal and allow us all to live our best lives. We've all experienced hurt of this nature, it's having the tools to deal with it that counts most.
Eating to fill a void was something Trisha Nelson found herself doing from a really young age, yet it wasn't until her 30's that she was introduced to the idea of emotional eating. Now Trisha educates hundreds of people how to identify if they are emotional eaters and how you can break free from food dictating your life. Join Nat, Cecelia and Trisha to hear great insight about our relationship with food.
What is mother instinct, and do I actually have it? Cecelia and Nat invited Pinky McKay, 4 times best-selling author and renowned breastfeeding expert into the studio to discuss babies, breastfeeding, gut health and more. Join them in a discussion about options around feeding and how to really nurture your baby with mother's intuition.
Cecelia asks some proper questions about Chinese Medicine and what does it really do. Rather than just take Nat's word for it, the girls invited Bryan Kent, doctor of Chinese Medicine onto the Wellness Collective to discuss acupuncture, if ancient medicine is relevant today and what can it best treat. Learn more about this ancient form of medicine as Nat and Bryan answer her questions.
If you have a baby with a donor egg, who's baby is it technically? It's near impossible in Australia to have a baby via donor and many couples are finding themselves taking their fertility abroad in quest for their baby. Dr Miranda Myles has repeated this process several times over herself and is now empowering couples to do the same. She answers questions like, who's baby is it and unveils her own experience around donor conception.
If you just knew that your best life was just 90 seconds away, we're pretty sure you'd do the necessary work to take it by the collar and own it. Dr Joan Rosenberg, the author of 90 Seconds To A Life You Love, joins The Wellness Collective for thought provoking conversation on how we can better get acquainted with our emotions to truly live the life we desire.