TPS #68: Floatation Therapy with Tim George from The Private Sea

Jo and I have become floating nerds, so today we’re going to be talking floatation therapy with Tim George from the Private Sea floatation centre. Tim and his wife Lynne discovered floating in mid 2014.  They were so impressed with the results of their float sessions that 5 months later The Private Sea was born. […]

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TPS #67: How to Eat Mindfully & Intuitively with Holistic Nutritionist Joey de Backer

Today we’re going to be talking mindful and intuitive eating with holistic nutritionist Joey de Backer from Living Nutrition Joey is an accredited practising dietitian, holistic nutritionist and mindfulness teacher. She believes that mindful and intuitive eating are the most important skills for any eater to develop …to be able to choose the right foods […]

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TPS #66: How to Manage Depression and Anxiety Naturally with Jad Patrick

Both Jo and I have some personal experience dealing with anxiety and today we have back with us our favourite guest, naturopath and counsellor Jad from Jad Patrick Naturopathy. Jad is our go-to for all things interesting. From an early age he’s been intensely interested in health and nutrition and he believes a whole foods based […]

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TPS #65: Exploring Self Care as the new Health Care

Today we’re going to be chatting about something that has become more important to the both of us over the last year and that is self care. That deliberate act of taking some time out for yourself with an activity that’s good for your physical, mental or emotional health. It might be yoga, going for […]

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TPS #64: Reflections on our Health, Life and Mindset in 2015

In today’s episode Crystal and I are going to take some time to reflect on the year that was 2015. We both had a lot adventures and fun last year. But naturally, there’s been some trials and tribulations as well!   We’ll also give you a sneak peak into some of our personal goals for […]

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TPS #63: Highlights from the AHSNZ Symposium, Part 3

In this episode, we bring you the final of our three part series from the AHSNZ International Symposium, held in Queenstown October 2015.   We Chat To:   Dr Andrew Dickson Healthspiration and the psycho-sociality of everyday life: A discussion on the determinants and detriments of ‘health-at-all-costs’ Dr Andrew Dickson is organisational sociologist at Massey […]

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Crystal & Jo, The Primal Shift

TPS #62, Highlights from the Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand Symposium 2015, Part 2

In this episode we give you more great chats with some of the speakers from the AHSNZ Symposium in October 2015.   We Chat To:     Professor Alister Woodward Climate change and health – risks, limits and opportunities Alistair Woodward is a medical graduate and public health specialist with a longstanding interest in the […]

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TPS #61: Highlights from The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand Symposium Part 1

In October Jo and I were lucky enough to be a part of the first ever Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand (AHSNZ) Symposium in beautiful Queenstown.   The symposium was put together by the AHSNZ Executive team headed up by President Jamie Scott and Vice President Dr Anastasia Boulais. We joined over 130 people […]

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TPS #60: Talking Paleo, Dining out and a new Paleo Magazine with Alison Sims

In this episode Jo and I chat with Australia’s favourite Paleo Foodie, Alison Sims! Alison is Passionate about real food and healthy living. She’s the lady behind the popular blog Paleo Foodies. Alison has also been eating her way around Australia in a bid to discover the best paleo dining experience. She is a regular […]

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TPS 59: The Procrastination Dilemma: why we do it & how to stop!

Procrastination is something we are all guilty of either some of the time or a lot of the time. This can be due to a variety of reasons and normally we eventually get round to tackling those outstanding tasks. But sometimes procrastination can delay us making significant changes that we need to make in our […]

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