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A health and wellness podcast hosted by the wonderful duo themselves, Art and Matilda. The informal chats with exceptional guests are sometimes funny and sometimes more serious with funny bits.

Well & Good with Art & Matilda Roar Collective

    • Mental Health
    • 4.3 • 37 Ratings

A health and wellness podcast hosted by the wonderful duo themselves, Art and Matilda. The informal chats with exceptional guests are sometimes funny and sometimes more serious with funny bits.

    Sandro Mota

    Sandro Mota

    Did you know that breathing through your nose allows you to perform miles better when you’re exercising? Or that forgiveness has incredible health benefits?
    These are some of the awesome learnings Sandro Mota offers in this episode of Well & Good. A former Mr Olympia bodybuilder, now breathwork guru. Sandro’s expertise in using breath as trauma recovery is game-changing. 
    Breathwork is one of the biggest new health and wellness techniques - if you’re new to breathwork or if you aren’t, there’s plenty on offer here with one of New Zealand’s leading breathwork experts.
     
    Check out Sandro’s website here: https://sandro-mota.com/
     
    Special thanks to our sponsors The Avo Tree, check their website out here and make sure you use our discount code wellandgood to get 15% off your first box of avocados. 
     
    Brought to you by: Roar Collective
    Hosts: Art & Matilda Green
    Produced by:  Roar Collective

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Introducing Thorley Robbins from The Avo Tree

    Introducing Thorley Robbins from The Avo Tree

    To kick off the sixth season of Well & Good we are so excited to chat to our season sponsor, the founder of The Avo Tree Thorley Robbins, in what could possibly be described as the most millennial episode of all time where we cover all things avocados! 
    Thorley Robbins grew up on his parent's orchard in Katikati, and had a passion for horticulture from a very young age. Five years ago, sick of the disappointment of over-ripe, pre-squished supermarket avocados, he started sending his freshly picked, non-cool stored avo’s from the Bay Of Plenty straight customers' doorsteps. He started The Avo Tree with one simple goal in mind - providing fresh, quality avocados to Kiwis all over NZ. 
    Thorley chats about where the business idea started, the difference between The Avo Trees avos and the ones we buy from the supermarket, the best way to keep your avos fresh for longer, and all of the nutritional benefits they have. We also chat about all the exciting things in the pipeline for The Avo Tree.  
    To learn more about The Avo Tree and to redeem your exclusive 15% off first box code - wellandgood - head to www.theavotree.co.nz

    • 18 min
    James Smith

    James Smith

    James Smith is the world’s fastest growing online PT.  But he’s more than just a physical trainer - he’s a best-selling author, a public speaker and the man changing the way people think about health and fitness. Forget about rigid diets, strict workout routines and the idea that you have to do certain things to get healthy.  James is all about making practical changes to your lifestyle to suit you. He’s also not afraid to take on some of the fitness world’s biggest brands, with his funny, no BS approach.
    A best selling author who prefers pizza to broccoli, James’ honesty will make you laugh and his health tips just might help you. He’s refreshing and he’s funny, and he’s changing the way people think about fitness. Enjoy!
     
    Brought to you by: Roar Collective
    Hosts: Art & Matilda Green
    Produced by:  Roar Collective

    • 59 min
    Joe Daymond

    Joe Daymond

    Joe Daymond is a kiwi comedian on a rapid ascent. Three years ago he was working in property in Auckland, but he wasn’t happy. He always wanted to try comedy, so he signed up to an open mic night and quite literally the rest is history. He is well and truly the bees knees in the world of comedy  (and in his own words he’s “the f*cking man”). 
     
    This is an awesome chat talking about life’s turning points, dealing with criticism and outside perceptions. Joe is refreshingly honest and down to earth...and yeah, he’s pretty funny too.
     
    Disclaimer: there is the odd use of the 'F' bomb. 
     
    Brought to you by: Roar Collective
    Hosts: Art & Matilda Green
    Produced by:  Roar Collective

    • 53 min
    Kale Emery

    Kale Emery

    Have you ever felt like money matters are just too hard? Maybe you struggle to save, or perhaps you’re keen to dig a little deeper into your own finances, and don’t know where to start. Today’s guest is all about cutting out all the fancy lingo and complicated jargon, and helping people to be better with their money.
     
    Kale Emery is one half of the Money Men and a financial adviser aiming to give concrete tips and advice about how to make money work for you. There’s so much to get into when it comes to money - budgeting, investing, Kiwisaver, property, insurance...not to mention these crazy times for the world’s economy and what the heck it actually means.
     
    There’s no BS about Kale’s approach to financial advice, which is a rare thing in his line of work. This is financial advice for the average Joe. He’s also really passionate about the relationship between financial and mental health.
     
    Kale has a really nice way of phrasing things so they’re easy to understand. He’s a great listen, and chances are you’ll learn something that can help you to make money. Great result! Enjoy...
     
     
     
    Brought to you by: Roar Collective
    Hosts: Art & Matilda Green
    Produced by:  Roar Collective
     
     

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Georgia Vavasour

    Georgia Vavasour

    Today we’re speaking to one of our meditation teachers, Georgia Vavasour. Georgia is an expert in vedic meditation – don’t worry she explains in the episode what exactly that means.
     
    Georgia is not what you’d expect from a meditation teacher, and she’s the first to acknowledge that. She talks about how she found meditation after growing up with anxiety and depression, then dealing with cancer and divorce. 
     
    We spend a fair bit of time talking about stress, which is something that meditation helps a lot with. The stresses of day to day life might seem like a lot, but she’s really interesting talking about what she calls adaptation energy, and how we can give ourselves the tools to control our own stress. 
     
    Georgia talks about meditation for ‘normal’ people - accessible, effortless and extremely worthwhile and also meditation for children (gosh it is sweet).
    Georgia is relatable and cool and we were left in awe of her knowledge.
     
    Website: https://www.gvmeditation.com/
     
     
     
    Brought to you by: Roar Collective
    Hosts: Art & Matilda Green
    Produced by:  Roar Collective

    • 1 hr 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

akymate ,

The absolute best

This podcast is hilarious and I so genuinely enjoy listening to it. I’ve followed you both on socials from the very beginning when The Bachelor was filmed in the house next door to mine. You two are so fabulous and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.

podcastlovernz12 ,

The odd decent interviewee, shame about the raciest hosts

Only listened to the james smith interview. Otherwise i wouldnt have dreamt of giving these two raciest washed up “influencers”, (and i use the influencer term flippantly), airtime. It’s not that hard to say sorry is it, and i quote “its not that we arent sorry, cos we are”, yet you seem unable to simply say “ i am sorry for making raciest remarks”, because that’s what they were!

caitiej13 ,

Solid Pass

Here for James Smith - he didn’t disappoint but I’d never listen to another episode, given how atrocious the hosts are.

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