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3 Great Chefs talk Seafood at Apollo Bay 2020

3 Great Chefs talk Seafood at Apollo Bay 2020

February 23, 2020
 
Richard Cornish in conversation with 3 great Chefs at The Apollo Bay Seafood Festival 2020
 
Nick Mahlook, Executive Chef The Atlantic restaurant, Crown Complex Melbourne
Steve Earl, owner and head chef La Bimba restaurant Apollo Bay
David Moyle, head chef Longsong, Food Editor Saturday Paper
 

 

Episode #58 - The Wellness Couch chats to Australia’s famous Behavioural Neuroscientist about smart phone addiction and busy brain syndrome

Episode #58 - The Wellness Couch chats to Australia’s famous Behavioural Neuroscientist about smart phone addiction and busy brain syndrome

February 20, 2020

Dr. Lucia Kelleher made a breakthrough brain discovery from her PhD, Busy Brain Syndrome in the early 2000’s. BB or loss of brain bandwidth is caused by our digital world severely compromising brain processing and is the leading cause of ‘human factor’ issues in organisations.

We need the digital world for our social and business enterprises - but has it harmed us in more ways than we could forsee? More connected than ever with our technology yet more disconnected in a myriad of ways than ever before. And just how does this technology change our neurotransmitters that are so important to our health and other dimensional awareness?

Are we addicted to our smart phones? Do you have flurries of fury over your teenager being "attached" to their devices constantly? If you think your're not addicted then think again. 
How many times do you have the urge to check your phone even for an instant? We'll be in discussion about technology and its affects on the human brain and health - the facts and the solutions to our overwhelm and brain disintegration on the show when we chat to Dr Lucia.

The first conversation 2020 Apollo Bay Seafood Festival

The first conversation 2020 Apollo Bay Seafood Festival

February 20, 2020
Lively and informative, "Submerged in the Ocean" is the first of four sold out sessions from the 2020 Apollo Bay seafood Festival.  
 
Fishermen's report on the state of the ocean and its inhabitants: 
Local fishermen Markus NolleNick PolgeestRussell Frost.
 
Origin labelling for seafood: 
Matthew Evans, Tasmanian based chef, restaurateur and farmer, former food critic, presenter of the SBS program Gourmet Farmer, food activist. 
Johnathon Davey, Executive Director Seafood Industry Victoria.
 
Chefs panel discussing by-catch, labelling and other issues: 
Nick Mahlook, Executive Chef The Atlantic restaurant, Crown Complex Melbourne
Steve Earl, owner and head chef La Bimba restaurant Apollo Bay
David Moyle, head chef Longsong, Food Editor Saturday Paper

 

Great Ocean Road Health update with CEO Sandy Chamberlain

Great Ocean Road Health update with CEO Sandy Chamberlain

February 20, 2020

Sandy Chamberlain, the new CEO at Great Ocean Road Health reflects on her first 3 months in the role and discusses the challenges, opportunities and plans for the future of our health service. 

Talking Crap 18th Feb 2020 smokey Dawson BOG
Episode #57 The Wellness Couch - practitioner to practitioner talk about fertility- Dr Andrew Orr

Episode #57 The Wellness Couch - practitioner to practitioner talk about fertility- Dr Andrew Orr

February 13, 2020

 

FERTILITY

The Wellness Couch - we have a practitioner to Practitioner chat about Fertility to one of Australia's leading reproduction specialists, known as the Brisbane baby maker, Dr Andrew Orr.

Well respected and known, Dr Orr has helped over 12, 500 babies enter this world with with his multi modality fertility program. He is a lecturer, public speaker, researcher and CEO of his own nutritional medicine company, ConceptShen.

 

Talking Crap 11th Feb 2020 maggots and two pan poo
Episode #56 The Wellness Couch chats to Julija from Cosmic Intelligence Agency

Episode #56 The Wellness Couch chats to Julija from Cosmic Intelligence Agency

February 6, 2020

We are going all Cosmic with Planetary Influences:

Pheww - it’s been quite an interesting few months - 
Devastating Fires, Corona virus - what Next?

Julija from Cosmic Intelligence Agency will shed some light on the planetary and other astrological influences that are in store for our planet for the next year.

Julija Simas is the founder, motivator and designer behind the C*I*A, the Cosmic Intelligence Agency. After completing a Diploma in Applied Astrology with her finishing thesis on “Astrology and the ANIMA MUNDI in 2005”, the ideas within were set into motion as the C*I*A, astrology with a co-creative purpose, raising consciousness to astrology around the globe. Julija is a practising astrological consultant, teacher, writer, presenter and retreat organiser for the C*I*A. Julija’s focus is on the living breathing nature of astrology, cosmic cycles and real sky astrology. Julija has lectures at various C*I*A events, local workshops, and retreats, and online and has presented at many international conferences over the years - USA, India, Cost Rica and Turkey 2019.

The Wellness Couch, Episode #55 - chats to Ian White, Australian Bush Flower Essences Company

The Wellness Couch, Episode #55 - chats to Ian White, Australian Bush Flower Essences Company

December 19, 2019

Ian White
Australian Bush Flowers Company

Ian obtained his Bachelor of Health Science from the university of NSW. For the last 40 years Ian has been practicing successfully as a naturopath and homeopath. Ian is a fifth generation Australian herbalist. Both his grandmother and great grandmother were early pioneers in researching and discovering the medicinal properties of Australian plants and as a boy, Ian spent a great deal of his time with his grandmother in the bush learning from her.

Since 1987, Ian has travelled Australia extensively, researching and developing a range of specific remedies using native flowers from diverse areas such as Northern Territory, Kakadu, Olgas, the Kimberley, South Australian deserts, south west Western Australia, Victorian health lands and Sydney sandstone region.

These remedies are used by naturopathic practitioners, medical doctors, pharmacists and other individuals to assist in healing emotions.

Ian is the author of the book Australian Bush Flower Essences and regularly contributes to well known Australian publications such as Wellbeing and Nature and Health. A regular guest on television and radio talk shows, he also taught at many leading Australian Naturopathic Colleges. He runs his own workshops on the Australian Bush Flower Essences regularly throughout Australia, North America, South America, Asia ad Europe.

I was very lucky to be taught by the best in the industry. Lucky enough to be exposed to Ian White, founder of Australian Bush Flower Essences. Australian Bush Flower Essences are catalysts to unlock your full potential, resolve negative beliefs and create emotional health and well being.

Flower Remedies are not new. The Australian Aboriginals have always used flowers to heal the emotions, as did the Ancient Egyptians. There has also been a very long tradition of use of Flower Essences in India, Asia and South America and they were also very popular in Europe in the Middle Ages. Hildegard von Bingen (12th century) and Paracelsus (15th century) both wrote about how they collected dew from flowering plants to treat health imbalances.  Enjoy this podcast from a great Australian.

Chatting with Director of Nursing, Libby Van Leewen

Chatting with Director of Nursing, Libby Van Leewen

December 16, 2019

Great Ocean Road Health's new  Director of Nursing, Libby Van Leewen chats about the role, her background and her hopes for the next few years.