Take a stroll around our local Ag Show

March 17, 2019

Come and join John Smith and Bob Knowles as they wander around the 2019 Apollo Bay & Otway District Agricultural Show. It's a delightful insight into a great day. 

Jain 108 Chats to the Wellness Couch - Sacred Geometry, Vedic Maths, Geometrica, Mathemajics, Fibonacci sequence, Quantum

March 14, 2019

SACRED GEOMETRY, GEOMETRICA and MATHEMAGICS

In nature, we find patterns, designs and structures from the most minuscule particles, to expressions of life discernible by human eyes, to the greater cosmos. These inevitably follow geometrical archetypes, which reveal to us the nature of each form and its vibrational resonances. They are also symbolic of the underlying metaphysical principle of the inseparable relationship of the part to the whole. It is this principle of oneness underlying all geometry that permeates the architecture of all form in its myriad diversity. This principle of interconnectedness, inseparability and union provides us with a continuous reminder of our relationship to the whole, a blueprint for the mind to the sacred foundation of all things created.

On Thursday, we chat to leading expert on Sacred Geometry and Vedic Maths, Teacher and author of 30 fascinating books some beautifully hand-written in calligraphy and creator of 10 DVDs, Jain has always been drawn to the spiritual and mystical… he is fascinated by numbers and shapes. The main theme of his life’s work is “The Translation Of Numbers Into Atomic Art”.

Jain is an international lecturer, having taught 3 times in the USA, Amsterdam, Italy, India, Singapore, Malaysia. He is currently teaching seasonally in Singapore where he has set up a school called The Joy Numbers Institute. In between overseas travels he teaches hundreds of children in the Byron Bay area of Australia, a highly visual content of lessons called Mathemagics.

Teaching the Beauty of Numbers, often to dyslexic or special needs children, Jain’s math enrichment classes are highly in demand. In July 2017, Jain was one of the main speakers, with Caroline Myss, at the Chartres Cathedral Wisdom University,
celebrating 1,000 years since the creation of this impressive Gothic masterpiece, the topic being on one of the 7 Liberal Arts known as “Arithmetica”.
Due to popular demand, this year in July 2018 Jain has been invited again to teach “Geometrica”.

MEET OUR 2 NEW DOCTORS

March 11, 2019

 This is an informal chat with Dr Alan Jardine & Dr Leighton Delmenico, our New GP’s at Apollo Bay Medical Centre.

Listen and learn a little about where they come from, what brings them here, what they enjoy about being here and their plans for the future. 

The Wellness Couch Chats to Fiona Grace - Dr Joe Dispenza;s Team Leader - Autoimmunity, MS, Methylation, and her trajectory

March 7, 2019

The Wellness Couch - We catch up with Fiona Grace in relation to conversations referring to #Mindset, #Quantum #Health #Multiple Sclerosis #Autoimmune issues #MTHFR #Methylation #Creating your reality especially in terms of health and of course her own exciting exciting travel and trajectory.

Fiona is a fully qualified #Naturopath with over 15 years experience, and practices using a vast variety of skills including herbal medicine, nutrition, food therapy, live blood analysis, essences, kinesiology and mindfulness.

Fiona has a special interest in supporting those diagnosed with #Multiple Sclerosis.

As a naturopath Fiona has a special interest in the link between the mind and health. She is an advanced student and a Team Leader for #Dr Joe Dispenza, and practices #meditation for a minimum of 2 hours daily. Meditation has had a hugely positive impact on her own healing journey.

You may have seen Fiona on 9am With David and Kim – #Channel 10 or on Room to Grow – Channel 31. Fiona is often asked to speak for organisations on a variety of key issues. Fiona is a widely respected naturopath with over 15 years experience, she is passionate about getting people to experience true health, where you feel a passion for life and live to your full potential.

When Fiona isn’t seeing patients you will find her either travelling to a Dr Joe event, working with conscious changing businesses to improve their systems and efficiency, riding her horses, or meditating.

2 great books for younger readers

February 28, 2019

Deb and Lee interview the authors of 2 new books for younger readers. We visit the Island Adventure, a fantasy tale of cousins who find themselves on a magical island with a myriad of fantastical animals. Written by Cate Cousland and her grandchildren this is one not to be missed. Bryan Dwyer tells us about his new book for young teenagers, Jessica Taylor is a snob. A must read for children and parents alike to help both the old and the young navigate the perplexing and confusing years of being a young teen. 

Connecting Sea to Country - Episode 3 Conversations in the Littoral

February 22, 2019

 'Connecting to Sea Country', The third conversation of the day with esteemed elder Bruce Pascoe, Gunditjmara woman,  Bronwyn Razem and Kirrae whurrong man John Clarke. 

In The Zone - 2nd Conversation in the Littoral

February 22, 2019

Exploring the past and present of our food 'In the Zone' , environmental science and anthropology researcher from Deakin University, Zoe Brittain, chef and owner of Brae restaurant Dan Hunter, oyster farmer extraordinaire Shane Buckley from Wapengo Rocks, and regenerative farmer Roderick Poole from Wongarra Farm.

The Big Blue - 1st Conversation in the Littoral

February 22, 2019

Hosted by Richard Cornish and Hilary McNevin,  in-depth conversations about the future, the past, the science, and the realities of life in the littoral zone.

This Conversation covers 'The Big Blue' with local fishermen Russell FrostMarkus Nolle and Nick Polgeest. They are joined by Executive Director of Seafood Industry Vic, Jonathon Davey, and the Director of the Centre for Marine Socioecology at UTAS, Stewart Frusher to look towards a blue economy.

The Wellness Couch discusses Pain Science with Shaun Brewster

February 21, 2019

Pain Science – it may be your brain, not your back.

In this topic we will discuss what happens in the brain when someone experiences pain and how it can hard wire a neural pathway that sets that person up to experience even more pain over time. We will cover this concept from a neuroscience perspective, but also give practical strategies for helping break those patterns and remove or reduce pain.

Let me introduce you to a Phenomenal individual who will chat about pain science on Thursday. A person who has total disregard for his physical limitations allowing him to master and compete in ultra marathons without ever hearing a whine or negative thought from him!!!In fact, Shaun inspires many with his physical abilities and mindset that doesn’t even compute the word failure. This individual is a MASTER ultra marathon runner who deserves to have the Superman cape on where ever he goes.

His list of achievements so far are enough to fill a book, but he was humble enough to at least provide a few of his accomplishments in ultra marathon running....

• Completed several Marathons
• Completed 3 X Oxfam Trailwalker (100kms)
• Completed Cradle Mountain Run (82kms) - Overland track in Tasmania
• Completed 2 X Buffalo Stampede Sky Ultra Marathon (75kms)
• Ran from Melbourne to Portland (375kms) in 5 days and raised over $20,000 for Cancer research
• Completed the Alpine Challenge 100mile (160kms) race in the Alpine National Park - covering the 4 highest mountains in Victoria
• And an endless list of other distance races both on trail and on the road.

Full of knowledge and skill, this man lives and breathes his talk. If there was ever a person to connect with in terms of improving, providing inspiration on exercise, or learning how to run providing running training or injury prevention ...you can’t go past this master expert for advice.

Shaun Brewster is a Myotherapist and Exercise Physiologist with over 20 years in the industry. In addition to his clinical career, Shaun has also been an educator in tertiary institutions and at conferences. Currently Shaun spreads his time between his company Continuing Education Australia (provider of professional development courses for health practitioners) and his clinical practice Brewster’s Sports Injury Clinic in Melbourne’s inner west.