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Ep. 031 - Navigating your nutrition during the festive season w/ Clare Choveaux

Ep. 031 - Navigating your nutrition during the festive season w/ Clare Choveaux

November 24, 2021

On today’s episode we have the pleasure of chatting with Clare Choveaux who’s a qualified nutritionist and creator and owner of nutritional.clarity. 

With the festive season not too far away, Clare shares her advice and some top tips on how we can navigate our nutrition during the festive season without having to sacrifice the fun.  

In the lead up to the festive season work and life can get hectic and with the added social events its easy to overindulge during this time of year. However, with Clare’s help we can look to maintain a healthy nutritional diet as well as enjoying all the treats without leaving us in a food coma and having enough energy to keep going. 

Enjoy the show!

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-031-navigating-your-nutrition-during-the-festive-season/ 

Ep. 030 - Managing your time w/ Nicole Smith

Ep. 030 - Managing your time w/ Nicole Smith

November 10, 2021

On today’s episode we have the pleasure of chatting with a lady who is a self proclaimed business time creator, and creator of the Artisans Business Solutions, Nicole Smith. Nicole shares with us how we can ‘Time Manage’ and all the different methods and techniques that can be applied to manage time, and how it can work for anyone to have the space and time they need to enjoy the things that matter the most and reducing the stressful load of having too much on.  

Successful time management comes down to the balance of work, life integration - what’s worth more than the other. Finding what makes your day successful. 

Enjoy the show

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-030-managing-your-time/

Ep. 029 - The power of paying it forward – Not so regular Joe interview w/ James Beck

Ep. 029 - The power of paying it forward – Not so regular Joe interview w/ James Beck

October 27, 2021

In today’s “Not so regular Joe” episode we bring you a special guest all the way from Los Angeles USA, James Beck. James shares with us his incredible story of how he one day decided to give everything he owned away, and travel around 50 states to give his time to others and provide one act of service. In return, he asked those he served to Pay-it-Forward, which started an incredible domino effect in kindness and cooperative community. 

James explains anyone can start to give back by simply doing an act of service. It can be as simple as smiling at someone in passing or holding a door for someone. Or even simply making eye contact to acknowledge presence.

Enjoy the show!

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-029-the-power-of-paying-it-forward-not-so-regular-joe-interview/

Ep. 028 - Bloody great cycles - understanding the menstrual cycle w/ Dr Tara Neyland

Ep. 028 - Bloody great cycles - understanding the menstrual cycle w/ Dr Tara Neyland

October 13, 2021

In today’s episode we are chatting to Dr Tara Neyland on all things about the Women’s Menstrual Cycle. Tara is a qualified Osteopath, who developed a passion for spinal conditions, pelvic conditions and pregnancy. The creator and founder of ‘Bloody Great Cycles’ Instagram page, to educate women on the different stages that occur throughout the menstrual cycle. And, to also embrace their menstrual cycles and how to use it and work with the menstrual cycle to achieve elite performance or potentially starting a family. 

Tara starts of by explaining each stage works and it’s effects on the body all the while educating us on one of the greatest body hacks… understanding the menstrual cycle.

Enjoy the show!

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-028-bloody-great-cycles-understanding-the-menstrual-cycle/ 

Ep. 027 - Mindful practice - from movement through to living w/ Robert Bill Jr

Ep. 027 - Mindful practice - from movement through to living w/ Robert Bill Jr

September 29, 2021

In today’s guest. Robert Bill Jr is the founder of Holistic Strength along with being a Yoga instructor and mindfulness coach for men from Lake Zurich, Illinois in the United States. As he takes us through what it is to be mindful, the benefits and simple practices as breath work can help individuals feel grounded and centred. Robert chats to us about how mindfulness is to be in our own body and to be totally aware and intentionally acting as we go through it. His Mindful mantra of ‘Do what you’re doing while doing it’. 

As Robert’s main audience is men, he talks in detail about why he works with men in particular to help men practice mindfulness movement through yoga and breath work. He also talks about how men don’t have a role models to be a fully empowered male, and what it means to be an empowered male.  

Enjoy the show!

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-027-mindful-practice-from-movement-through-to-living/

 

Ep. 026 - Lessons I‘ve learnt in the last year w/ Ben Rashleigh

Ep. 026 - Lessons I‘ve learnt in the last year w/ Ben Rashleigh

September 15, 2021

It's episode 26 and that marks the first birthday of the podcast, and what an amazing year it has been. They say learning is great for your mental health, it keeps you stimulated, creates a sense of achievement as well as helps keep you mentally agile.

Sit back and enjoy this special birthday episode of a compilation of some of our guests over the last year and the key lessons that I have learnt from it.

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-026-lessons-ive-learnt-in-the-last-year/ 

Ep. 025 - Living from your heart w/ Michelle Sheldon

Ep. 025 - Living from your heart w/ Michelle Sheldon

September 1, 2021

Today’s guest joins us all the way from the U.K. As a Transformational mindset coach and Yoga instructor, Michelle Sheldon chats to us about her passion for the different teachings about energy, healing and how mindset really does have an effect on what we create in our lives by living from our heart and bypassing the ego and the negative bias of the mind.

From her own personal experience and spiritual journey Michelle developed her passion and gained an even more understanding in energy, the universal field and how we really are the creators of our own lives through our thoughts and feelings and no she sure this with her clients as well as with us in this episode.

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-025-living-from-your-heart/

Ep. 024 - Not so regular Joe - Finding your identity w/ Katie Hale

Ep. 024 - Not so regular Joe - Finding your identity w/ Katie Hale

August 18, 2021

In today’s episode we speak to a not so regular Joe, Katie Hale who in our eyes is extradentary. Kate journalist for one of Australia’s premier television networks shares her story and journey dealing with an auto immune disease Colitis, as well living with Alopecia. 

Katie takes us on a journey when she was a young adult at the age of 19 developing Colitis and how this affected her physically and emotionally which a resulted in  kick-starting her health journey to maintain a balanced diet and healthy life. Alongside dealing with an auto immune disease, Katie also diagnosed with Alopecia which led to her losing all her hair on her body with in as little as a few months of being diagnosed.

Enjoy the show!

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-024-finding-your-identity-not-so-regular-joe-interview/

 

Ep. 023 - Bone density, osteoporosis and exercise w/ Ben Rashleigh

Ep. 023 - Bone density, osteoporosis and exercise w/ Ben Rashleigh

August 4, 2021

Humankind is entering a new demographic era. At the start of the next decade, globally, for every 100 people aged 15-64 years there will be 14.4 people aged 65 years or over. The United Nations projects that this so-called “old-age” dependency ratio will increase dramatically throughout the 21st Century. By 2030, the global ratio is projected to be 18 seniors per 100 “workers”, which is set to increase to 25.2 per 100 and 37.6 per 100 by 2050 and 2100, respectively. The current global population of 7.7 billion is projected to grow to 8.5 billion, 9.7 billion and 10.9 billion by 2030, 2050 and 2100, respectively. The impact of such a rapid shift in the age structure of our global society has enormous implications for how we manage national economies and healthcare systems.

Our bones support us and allow us to move. They protect our brain, heart, and other organs from injury. Our bones also store minerals such as calcium and phosphorous, which help keep our bones strong, and release them into the body when we need them for other uses. So keeping our bones strong and healthy not only prevent fractures but also positively effect our bodies constant action for  homeostasis.

Join us as we look into the research and their recommendations on how to stimulate bone growth for the general population and the osteoporotic.

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-023-bone-density-osteoporosis-exercise/

 

Ep. 022 - Knowing your worth - The Self-Worth Movement w/ Farah Mak

Ep. 022 - Knowing your worth - The Self-Worth Movement w/ Farah Mak

July 21, 2021

Initially the self-wort moment was created from a poem Farah wrote called she shines which was love letter to herself and a call to arms. Farah even had a vision to turn the poem into a short film, knowing she could touch and change many lives. After years, her vison came to light with the short film now in pre-production as well as a feature film around multiple stories to be released in 2022.

Self-worth can be stifled by many things; trauma, abandonment, bullying, sickness, grief and so much more. Through Farah’s road to self-validation was not easy. Regaining her self-worth was transformational. It helped her achieve hopes and dreams, and she wants to share this with women and girls around the world and to empower and understand their true worth.  

For show notes, visit: https://benjaminrashleigh.com/ep-022-knowing-your-worth-the-self-worth-movement/

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