Wellness Couch talks to Quantum Soul Healer Vanessa Lougoon

January 18, 2019

Brett and Caterina Morrison shoot across the skies and chat to Vanessa Lougoon, the quantum soul healer. Buckle up your seat belts as we converse about the soul vibration rate, dimensions, integrating all our dimensional aspects as spirit expands.

Vanessa is a Master level quantum energy healer trained specifically to work with the Soul blueprint to obtain information about a persons Soul-level gifts, as well as negative karmic patterns that are currently limiting them.

Her mission is to help people connect, align, and express their unique Soul-level qualities to maximise their potential and create the results they desire, no matter where they are at on their personal path.

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The Shame Game

December 11, 2018

Deb, Lee and Bryan discuss "So you have been publicly shamed" from the stocks of medieval Europe where transgressors were pelted with rotten fruit to the public shaming on Twitter and Facebook of today's cyber world how do we deal with public shaming and what are the consequences?

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The Wellness Couch chats to Dani Ainsworth about the principles of Huna

December 6, 2018

DANi AINSWORTH

The sun is always streaming from this Goddesses' face and heart. And if that isn't enough she has the talent and brains to boot. Dani Ainsworth is a powerful, dynamic and down to earth soul. Dani is passionate in her field of holistic health. Stemming from a background in marine biology (biological science majoring in marine sciences) and scuba instructing, Dani now facilitates at High Spirits Retreat, Queensland and teaches integrative Qigong in Apollo Bay, Vic.

Over the past 20 years Dani has had extensive experience offering treatments in Holistic Kinesiology (Adv. dip. Holistic Kinesiology), Kahuna Massage, Pleidian Lightwork and Reiki.

With her love of nature and healing hands, she supports people in deeply connecting to their most natural self, inspiring them to sustain a peaceful, joyful and loving existence.

Dani dreams to sail across the Pacific Ocean, restore the balance between nature and humanity and bring a better world for the next generation through healing one soul at a time.

Dani created "Ina Soul" a sanctuary in Apollo Bay where individuals can catch their breath and come back to self through co -creating for healing and personal growth.

Listen to this magical mermaid as we chat about the principles of Kahuna, mindset, energy, happiness, confidence and being positive.

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Otway Health and Lorne Community Hospital Merger Plans

December 4, 2018

We talk to Nick Salkeld, Chairman of the Otway Health Board about the plans to merge our local health service with the Community Hospital at Lorne. It's a big and exciting initiative and one every local resident in Apollo Bay and surrounds will want to know more about. 

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The Wellness Couch chats to Libby Riches

November 29, 2018

Libby Riches

We all know her as an entrepreneur, a library of knowledge well beyond her years. Anything this lady touches turns to gold.

Libby Riches has been a part time resident of Apollo Bay for 40 years, moving to the town permanently in 2007 to raise her children.

She has a PhD in archaeology with specialist expertise in native title and has worked as a heritage consultant, focusing on plans of management and the assessment of community values.

As an invaluable asset, Libby worked for the Southern Otway Landcare Network (SOLN) between 2011 and 2018 delivering natural resource management projects. Libby will be greatly missed and leaves some big boots to fill.

Libby is involved in a number of community groups in town and is currently the producer of the highly successful WinterWild Festival. To cap off her exciting life, she is also the Secretary of the Apollo Bay Kendo Club.

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The Rainbow Warriors - The Wellness Couch interview Greenpeace Holly DAwson, Grace Gardiner, Hannah West and Leni Neuman about Fight for the Bight

November 28, 2018

Greenpeace, Holly Dawson, Grace, Leni and Hannah

This incredible trio will rule the world one day. Grace Gardiner, Leni Neuman and Hannah West may only be in year 10, but their will to unite the community and create change is beyond their years. This awesome trio are responsible for Greenpeace being in Apollo Bay on the weekend and creating their project #fight for the bight, highlighting the plight of the possibility of oil drilling in the bight and its consequences.

The Great Australian Bight is one of the most pristine ocean environments left on Earth, supporting vibrant coastal communities, jobs and recreational activities.
The Bight sustains wild fisheries and aquaculture industries worth around $440 million per annum (2012–13) and regional tourism industries worth around $1.2 billion per annum.

Flanked by the Nullarbor and the longest continuous sea cliffs in the world, the Bight is a haven for whales, fish, birds, marine mammals, plants life and an array of invertebrate ecosystems.

The area has unique nutrient upwellings which provide critical habitat for countless species including some of the last remaining colonies of endangered Australian sea lions.

Scientists estimate around 85% of the species that live in the Great Australian Bight are found nowhere else on Earth.
What happens to the environment of the Bight affects the diversity of the marine world on a global scale.

Considering there are alternative sources of renewables, why would we even consider allowing a foreign oil company test for oil with the possibility of disasterous consequences for us all- without ANY revenue!!! Renewables is a win/win situation for all of us- those seeking profit and those wanting to maintain the pristine marine life and environment.

Listen in on a special interview tomorrow night, as The Wellness Couch do a special extra, speaking to Holly from Greenpeace and this dynamic trio Grace Gardiner, Leni Neumann, and Hannah West changing the world.

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Weeds and Seaweeds. Fun, Yum and Healthy too! DiG IN.

November 28, 2018
Dig in: real food conversations was the opening night and launch of the first Apollo Bay Edible Garden Trail, featuring special guests from the weekend program of workshops, tours, and open gardens: Costa Georgiadis, Nick Ritar, Kirsten Bradley, Jack Pascoe, Annie Raser-Rowland, and Dav Rees.
 
Conversation #3 
Annie Raser-Rowland, horticulturalist and co-author of The Weed Forager's Handbook and The Art of Frugal Hedonism 
Kirsten Bradley, co-director of Milkwood Permaculture and co-author of Milkwood: skills for down to earth living.
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Costa, Kirsten and Nick talk Skills

November 28, 2018
Dig in: real food conversations was the opening night and launch of the first Apollo Bay Edible Garden Trail, featuring special guests from the weekend program of workshops, tours, and open gardens: Costa Georgiadis, Nick Ritar, Kirsten Bradley, Jack Pascoe, Annie Raser-Rowland, and Dav Rees.
 
 
Conversation #2
Costa Georgiadis, landscape designer and host of ABC's Gardening Australia
Kirsten Bradley and Nick Ritar, directors of Milkwood Permaculture and co-authors of Milkwood: real skills for down-to-earth living.
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Dig In - Real Food Conversation #1

November 28, 2018
Dig in: real food conversations was the opening night and launch of the first Apollo Bay Edible Garden Trail, featuring special guests from the weekend program of workshops, tours, and open gardens: Costa Georgiadis, Nick Ritar, Kirsten Bradley, Jack Pascoe, Annie Raser-Rowland, and Dav Rees.
 
Conversation #1 

Dr Jack Pascoe, ecologist at the Cape Otway Conservation Ecology Centre
Dav Rees, Apollo Bay community garden volunteer 
Costa Georgiadis, landscape designer and host of ABC's Gardening Australia
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