Inspirational speaker, book author and health researcher Jason Shon Bennett cured himself from bad health and chronic asthma with good food and nutrition. Watch his enlightening presentation here, where he shares some fantastic insights into the wealth of good health.
Wendyl Nissen talks about her new book, A Natural Year, which focuses on getting back to basics, and living the good life in Hokianga with husband Paul and their brood of chickens. She talks frankly about anxiety and depression, and shares wellness techniques that have worked for her.
Learn about the power of breath. Which foods and supplements are the best, plus ones to avoid. And how to recognise when anxiety is clouding our thinking, and ways to navigate that. Good editor Carolyn Enting chats with experts Sue Thompson, Ben Warren, and Rich Hackney about the best ways to deal with anxiety.
Jacqlin Richards talks about her work as a parenting mentor and how she helps parents be okay with being parents. She talks about how to learn to parent your own inner child, and let go of the guilt. And how, by recognising parenting styles are patterns from the past can transform a child’s behaviour and increase everyone’s happiness.
Dave’s goal is to become the first person to climb the highest mountain in each continent while raising awareness for male mental health. To date he has climbed four of seven. Hear his story and his journey to the top.
Hear Hayley speak about her journey to becoming one of New Zealand’s most recognisable contemporary artists. Hayley is best known for her artworks of native birds, flowers and ferns celebrating our taonga.
Lisa Grey is the BePure Clinical Manager in Auckland, New Zealand. She specialises in hormonal wellbeing, mental health, fatigue, gut health and women’s health. She is passionate about empowering others “to do it for their cells”.
Tracey is passionate about teaching people how to create simple, tasty plant-based food that can be prepared easily – and is affordable. For Tracey, cooking is both therapy and art; she gets into her flow when in the kitchen and infuses all her food with loads of aroha. She adores connecting with others and talking plant-based food!
Tracey-Leigh Te-Paa encourages personal growth, empowering women, whānau and communities through the philosophies and practices of Māori Healing.
For the past 20 years Monroe has been empowering others to step into sacredness, self-trust and self-love.
Turning life into a game, Atlas’ projects include travelling across countries without using money, and running endurance art marathons.