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It Can't Be That Friggin Hard?!? | Healthy Starts Here!
24 minutes | Jun 23, 2021
062 - PART 2: Kinesiology 101 with Lisa Carr
This is part 2 of the series that Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen interviews Lisa Carr, a kinesiologist of 12 years
29 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
061 - PART 1: Kinesiology 101 with Lisa Carr
Lisa Carr has been practising Kinesiology for over 12 years. She has a passion for helping her client's clear resistance to manifest their ideal life. She loves working with women in business, mums, children, and spiritual seekers. Lisa has created a Kinesiology Tool kit workshop to help people perform mini Kinesiology balances on themselves and their loved ones. She is also currently further studying to teach more people about Kinesiology! Lisa lives in the Dandenong Ranges forest of Melbourne with her husband and two young children. She loves connecting deeply with people, helping people to have big shifts in their lives and to live in balance and flow. Lisa has a passion for all things healing, growth and mindset and loves assisting others to be their best in a balanced lifestyle. I was also lucky enough to interview Lisa in a previous episode all about raising a family and running a business she shared so many nuggets of wisdom in that episode which is why I am so excited to have her on the show today! I'm really excited to have you here today to talk more about Kinesiology, I love it myself and have had many sessions with you but when talking to someone about it
23 minutes | May 26, 2021
060 - PART 2: How your gut talks to your brain with Rachael Torcasio
This is part 2 of a two-part series on the gut-brain connection. Rachael works collaboratively with her clients to explore how these things have impacted their relationships, self-esteem, body and day-to-day lives. Building their capacity to cope and have an overall improved quality of life. Rachael also has her own personal experience relating to what we are speaking about today regarding the mind-gut connection
21 minutes | May 12, 2021
059 - PART 1: How your gut talks to your brain with Rachael Torcasio
Rachael is a warm, friendly, passionate, and open-minded psychologist. She takes pride in her “raw and real” therapeutic approach with clients. She has a passion for working with people seeking help to process, understand and heal from adverse, traumatic, and/or neglectful life experiences, as well as self-healers who value personal growth and/or those who are navigating transitions in their lives. Rachael’s special interest is in helping people develop a deeper understanding of how their early experiences; trauma, abuse, neglect and unmet needs have had a role in shaping their personality, beliefs, values, emotions, behaviours and coping styles. Today I'm really excited to have Rachael on today to speak on the gut mind connection - I thought this would be a great topic to explore both from a phycologist point of view and Rachael has had her own journey through this CONNECT WITH RACHAEL: www.rachaeltorcasiopsychology.com Instagram: rachael_torcasio_psychology Some other things mentioned in the podcast: The Bristol Stool chart
15 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
058 - ASK ASH: Managing stress & the menstrual cycle
In this episode Qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen gives some strategies to deal with stress in the menstrual cycle
9 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
057 - ASK ASH: Gut health & Hormonal imbalances
In this episode Qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen talks about the connection between gut health and hormonal imbalances and what you can begin to do about it
9 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
056 - ASK ASH: Do I need to supplement?
In this episode Qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen talks about the reasons you may need to supplement, what to look out for and so much more!
5 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
055 - ASK ASH: What is a Naturopath?
In this episode qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen breaks down what a Naturopath is
7 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
054: ASK ASH: 3 ways to improve your health outcomes
In this brand new podcast Qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen shares 3 ways to improve your health outcomes
6 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
053: ASK ASH: Why your belief can affect your health
In this episode Qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen talks about why your belief on health can affect your health and what to do about it
9 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
052 - ASK ASH: 4 tips on avoiding the Christmas binge
In todays episode qualified Naturopath, Ashleigh Mythen gives you 4 tips on avoiding the Christmas binge
14 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
051 - ASK ASH: 5 ways to avoid Christmas Burnout
In todays episode qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen shares 5 ways to Avoid Christmas Burnout
10 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
050 - ASK ASH: Ditch the diet YAY or NAY?
In this episode whether or not to ditch the 'diet' mentality.
11 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
049 - ASK ASH: Can you be too healthy?
In this episode I talk about how being too healthy is in fact bad for your health.
10 minutes | May 18, 2020
048 - ASK ASH: How to stay Motivated
In this episode, Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen talks about that magical mythical fairy called Motivation! Whether it be a new creative venture, business idea or health regime the best way to success is by keeping momentum and Ashleigh shares how!
6 minutes | May 3, 2020
047 - ASK ASH: Why is the immune system important?
In this episode, Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen walks through why the immune system is important and other factors involved in creating a strong foundation for your immune system and health. Head to my website www.ashleighmythen.com where I have webinars, meditations and recipes all created to help you be and stay healthy. You can also find out how you can work with me one-on-one. It can't be that friggin hard right!?? Be kind to yourself and each other!
44 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
046 - On Grief & Grieving with Rachael Tea
On today's episode, I have the lovely Rachael Tea. I feel so grateful to have Rachael on the show as she is not only able to speak from a professional perspective but also shares from a very personal level as well. Rachael is a qualified Psychologist who works with groups and individuals who have experienced trauma, abuse, neglect, social and home life difficulties as well as other challenging life circumstances. Rachael's work involves conducting clinical, cognitive and educational assessments as well as providing therapeutic intervention and treatment programs for children, adolescents and adults. She has experience working in a hospital, private practice, educational and community settings. Rachael also has her own personal experience in trauma, grief and loss after she was unexpectedly widowed almost 2 years ago. Some of the things you'll discover in this week's episode: + Rachael shares what drew her to studying to be a psychologist in the first place + Rachael shares her personal experience with grief + Rachael compares the definition of grief to the actual experience + What Grief is + Some things that helped Rachael through her grieving process + When people can experience grief other than through the death of a loved one + What grief feels like as someone who has gone through it + Why people experience grief + The 5 stages of grief + Red flags of signs and symptoms that you should watch out for + How the experience changed and made an impact on how Rachael works with patients who are getting counselling for grief + The resources that Rachael recommends for people going through grief + Some of the major myths surrounding grief + Rachael talks about the things that were the most helpful but also the things that didn't work for her + How Rachael would recommend people to go about helping grieving loved ones + AND SO MUCH MORE!!!
65 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
045 - The Wonderful World of Mushrooms with Jeff Chilton
On today's podcast, I have the incredibly passionate and knowledgable Jeff Chilton talking all about the wonderful world of Mushrooms! Jeff studied Ethno-mycology at the University of Washington in the late sixties and in 1973 began a 10-year career as a large scale commercial mushroom grower. A founder of MycoMedia, which sponsored 4 mushroom conferences from 1979-1985, Jeff is the co-author of The Mushroom Cultivator, published in 1983. In 1989 Jeff established Nammex, the first company to supply medicinal mushroom extracts to the Nutritional Supplement industry. In 1997 he organized the first organic certification workshop for mushroom production in China. I learnt so much in this episode, Jeff's enthusiasm is contagious and I'm excited about adding more mushrooms in my prescriptions as well as my own diet. Some of the things you'll discover in this week's episode: + Jeff talks about why he got into growing mushrooms in the first place and how he began developing his company Nammex + Jeff defines what a mushroom is + What the difference between mushroom and mycelium is + The three different parts of the mushroom used in supplementation and what is the most beneficial + How to know you're purchasing a quality mushroom supplement + What the main active ingredients of medicinal mushrooms are + How to tell if you have a quality product + The functions of beta-glucans + The nutritional benefits of mushrooms + Advice for people wanting to grow mushrooms themselves + How you can incorporate them into your day to day life + AND SO MUCH MORE!!!
46 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
044 - Food Intolerances in Children with Bec Talia
Hello and welcome to today's show everyone! Today I have Bec Talia who is a qualified naturopath and has over 16 years’ experience in the natural health industry and host of 'Naturomama Podcast' Talking good food, good nutrition and good health aimed at helping your family to thrive. Over the years Bec has worked in the health food industry, has been engaged provide training to practitioners and pharmacy assistants Australia wide. Currently, in clinical practice in Melbourne, Bec has a special interest in helping those with food intolerances, assisting in identifying any food triggers and supporting people through restricted diets. In particular today we are going to focus on food intolerances in children! Which seems to be a problem becoming more and more prevalent which is why I'm excited to chat to Bec today on the show. Some of the things you'll discover in this week's episode: + Bec talks about her experience in training staff in the pharmacy world on vitamins + How Bec's interest in food intolerance began with her own experiences The struggle with being in an Italian family and avoiding gluten + What got Bec into studying Naturopathy and why she loves talking and treating food intolerances in kids + The definition of food intolerance and how it differs from food allergies + How the signs & symptoms children may experience when they have food intolerances differ from how they show up in adults + The most common food intolerances Bec sees in clinic How to figure out if your child has food intolerances + The most common myths surrounding food intolerances Supporting families with children and food intolerances when they go out to parties + Bec talks about whether children truly "grow out" of their food intolerances + What nutrient deficiencies can show up for children who have food intolerances Nutrients that support healthy gut function + What affects food intolerances can have long term on the body + Advice for parents in helping them avoid foods that could be affecting their children + Some tests that Bec suggests that children can get done for food intolerances + What some of the causes of food tolerances are + What to do when children accidentally come across a food that they're not supposed to have + Becs favourite go-to low allergy type foods she does for her own family + Bec's advice on helping parents with children who don't want to give up certain food + AND SO MUCH MORE!!!
45 minutes | Sep 23, 2019
043 - Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization with Kirstin Simpson
Hello everyone and welcome! Today I have Kirstin Simpson on the show. Kirstin first entered the health industry as a Myotherapist in 2012. Wanting to learn more about the impact of foot function had on the rest of the body, she went on to study Podiatry at La Trobe University and GCU in Scotland. During her career, Kirstin has worked at the World Cycling Championships, Australian Institute of Sport and AFL Draft Combine. Kirstin is trained in Lower Limb & Exercise Part 1 Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation or DNS. Her true passion, however, lies with educating patients about the root cause of their pain or injury. She teaches patients how to regain motor control and turn your body into a calm, energy-efficient machine. As a novice Triathlete and outdoor adventurer, Kirstin is passionate to the core about health, movement and understanding the body. Some of the things you'll discover in this week's episode: + Kirstin shares about her story and what lead her into the health industry in the first place + Kirstin talks about her experience in working at events such as the world cycling championship as well as the AFL draft + Kirstin talks about the impact of foot function and how it affects the rest of the body + Kirstin explains what DNS or Dynamic Neuromuscular stabilisation is and why she thinks it's so important + The principals of DNS + How DNS helps the body to treat pain and injury + The Scientific Basis for DNS Therapy + Kirstin shares the kind of shoes she recommends for best support + How DNS is different from Chiropractic and other physical therapy methods + How DNS can improve your physical performance + Early warning signs of joint inflammation + How DNS can impact your ability to weightlift and exercise + How DNS can impact your day to day activities and movements + How does DNS reduce anxiety and panic attacks + The most common issues Kirstin sees in clinic + What Kirstin wishes patients knew before coming to see you about their body and pain + The most common faux pas Kirstin sees patients make + Some simple exercises you can do at home + AND SO MUCH MORE!!
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