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NHSA Webinar Series 7. Vitality and Health: The Natural Health Perspective
October 7, 2022 @ 19:30 - November 2, 2022 @ 19:00 $39 – $49
For our 7th webinar series, we have collected a range of experts to explore the idea of vitality in health. Those of us in the natural health space know that health is more than simply the absence of disease, it is a spring in our step, a sense of physical and mental strength, the ability to find ways to cope with what life brings us, it is ‘vitality’.
But how do you create and maintain something as seemingly intangible as vitality in your life? By taking a holistic approach to your health of course! We know this is easier said than done, so in this series we will be providing you with practical information and plenty of inspiration to achieve a healthier life.
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ALL REGISTRANTS RECEIVE RECORDINGS OF ALL PRESENTATIONS, SO IF YOU’VE MISSED THE FIRST COUPLE OF LIVE SESSIONS YOU WILL STILL GET RECORDINGS OF ALL PRESENTATIONS.
Friday, October 7 at 7.30pm
Presentation: What Role Does Our Gut Microbiome Play In Our Vitality and How To Cultivate a Healthy Gut
Presenter: Robyn Chuter (Naturopath, EFT Practitioner and Counsellor)
Robyn has been practising Naturopathy since 1995. Natural Health Society members will recognise Robyn as the brains and passion behind some of our favourite True Natural Health magazine articles. Robyn has helped countless people return to health, often assisting people to restore their health and vitality despite being previously told that their chronic health conditions (chronic fatigue, migraines, blood sugar dysregulation, immune issues…) could not be resolved. Robyn is a truly holistic practitioner who works with clients’ physical and mental health, incorporating counselling to guide people’s recovery.
You’ve often heard it said that we are what we eat. But it’s at least as true to say that we are what our gut bugs eat! Our microbiome plays a vital role in digestion, detoxification and metabolism. There is virtually no function of our bodies and minds that isn’t affected by our gut microbiota. In many ways, our vitality is predicated on the vitality of our gut microbiome. Join us as Robyn teaches us how to cultivate a healthy gut, and why it is such a vital health pursuit.
Thursday, October 13 at 7.30pm
Presentation: Mental Health
Presenter: Dr Gill Murphy (PhD, SFHEA, MA, Grad Dip, BA (Hons), RMN)
Gill has worked as a mental health nurse for 25 years, with experiences in forensic, in-patient, community and emergency mental health services. She has worked in both UK and Australian clinical mental health services. Gill is actively engaged with mental health research. Her own PhD study generated parenting narratives of adults who had experienced childhood parental mental illness. Her past research studies include an international study that considered health outcomes for people diagnosed with schizophrenia; supporting people with personality disorder using a clinical network and familial experiences of death as a result of suicide. Gill’s current research programme focuses on mental illness; loss and recovery. Gill has published in the area of mental illness in international journals and is a peer reviewer for mental health and nursing-related publications. She is currently a senior lecturer with the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University, enjoying her role with undergraduate students as they embark on their nursing careers. Gill is also actively involved in post-graduate teaching and is currently a supervisor for higher degree research students.
Presentation summary: Gill will draw on decades of mental health experience to explore the connections between positive mental health and nutrition. If you’re looking for a detailed understanding of mental health alongside barriers and strategies to support helpful nutrition, then this is a session not to miss.
Thursday, October 20 at 7.30pm
Presentation: The Power of Your Breath
Presenter: Mim Beim (Naturopath and Breathing Coach)
For the last 35 years, Mim Beim has practised naturopathy and explored the influence of breath on our health. She is one of Australia’s foremost breathing educators and Buteyko practitioners. Her range of knowledge and experience was recognised in 2017 when she was honoured with the coveted ‘Bioceuticals Excellence in Practice’ Award. She is also a senior lecturer at the Naturopathic colleges. In 2017, Mim was awarded a fellowship to the NHAA Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia, the oldest association of its kind in Australia. Mim has a thriving naturopathic practice in Mittagong in addition to consulting online with patients around the world. She is also a senior lecturer at the Naturopathic colleges.
The way you breathe can change your life. Sadly, modern life is not conducive to healthy breathing habits and many of us would benefit from re-training to breathe in healthier ways.
Join us in listening to Australian Buteyko royalty and learn about the power of breathwork.
Wednesday, October 26 at 7.30pm
Presentation: How to Raise Your Vitality
Presenter: Larissa Halls (Certified Kinesiologist, Life Coach, Yoga, Meditation Teacher and Founder of Everyday Inspiration)
Readers of our True Natural Health magazine may remember Larissa’s amazing personal health story from our recent profile on her in our last Autumn edition. Larissa’s true health journey began when she was diagnosed with a large brain tumour at the young age of 24. During this time Larissa discovered the Natural Health Society and her commitment and interest in health has blossomed from then on.
Larissa is now a certified Kinesiologist, Life Coach, Yoga and Meditation Teacher and has spent the last 15 years helping people return to health.
We all have things in our past and present that can drain our vitality and make it harder to live the life we want. Perhaps emotional health practices you have used in the past aren’t working as effectively for you now, or you know what you need to do but could do with practical insights on how to stick to your goals on a day-to-day basis? Join us as this amazing practitioner provides us with insight into how to raise your vitality through healing the past and creating a present that you love. There’s sure to be insight, inspiration, tips and tools and perhaps some of those lightbulb clarity moments…we can’t wait!!
Wednesday, November 2 at 7pm
Presentation: Food For Vitality
Presenter: Candace Coughlan (Health Coach, Nutritionist and Founder of Wild Health Hub)
Candace is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Digestive Health Specialist, Culinary Nutrition Expert & Instructor and Wellness Advocate.
Candace coaches individuals on their health goals, leads online group programs, gives wellness workshops to individuals, corporations & organisations, teaches online & in-person culinary nutrition cooking classes as well as runs Wellness Days & Retreats both locally and Internationally.
They say that knowledge is power, but at the Natural Health Society, we also acknowledge that action is where the magic happens. That’s why our series will finish off with a delicious and inspirational cooking demonstration. As a gut-focused culinary and holistic nutritional practitioner, Candace works with individuals to restore their vitality and get rid of fatigue, clear memory fog, regulate moods and address digestive issues. You can either watch and learn or cook along with this yummy demonstration.
All registrants will receive login details to attend the live presentation, however, recordings are also sent to all registrants so you can watch and learn at a time that suits you.
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