36 episodes

Want to feel happier, healthier and more empowered? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this series, the Women’s Health Australia team chats to inspiring women about life, success, health, fitness, wellness… and everything in between. From gold-medal winning athletes to nutritionists and some well-known names, we’ll explore the true meaning of mental and physical wellness. In these intimate, one-on-one conversations, we’ll discover what drives them, the causes they’re passionate about, plus the health, fitness and life advice they want to share. So sit back, relax, grab a smoothie and enjoy.
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Want to feel happier, healthier and more empowered? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this series, the Women’s Health Australia team chats to inspiring women about life, success, health, fitness, wellness… and everything in between. From gold-medal winning athletes to nutritionists and some well-known names, we’ll explore the true meaning of mental and physical wellness. In these intimate, one-on-one conversations, we’ll discover what drives them, the causes they’re passionate about, plus the health, fitness and life advice they want to share. So sit back, relax, grab a smoothie and enjoy.
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    Introducing Uninterrupted by Women's Health Australia

    Introducing Uninterrupted by Women's Health Australia

    Did you know that orgasms are good for your mental health? Or that horrendous period pain isn’t something you have to put up with every month? And that healthy eating isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach for everyone? Join the Women’s Health Australia team as we talk with leading experts, a few well-known names and women like you about all aspects of health and wellbeing. Follow us to listen to new episodes every Wednesday from October 13.
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    • 40 sec
    The Drop In: Isolation is making our skin break out!

    The Drop In: Isolation is making our skin break out!

    ICYMI isolation is resulting in some major skin breakouts. Last week, I woke up with a pimple underneath my eyebrow. Other girls on the Women’s Health team have had their skin play up since lockdown, too. So I asked Dr Ginni Mansberg, a Sydney-based GP and co-founder of Evidence Skin Care (ESK), to explain what’s going on with all this adult acne and how we can fix our #isoskin probs. 
    Credits:
    This podcast is produced, edited and hosted by WH deputy editor Lizza Gebilagin (@lizza_marie)
    With special thanks to:
    Dr Ginni Mansberg (www.eskcare.com)
    WH digital content manager Lauren Williamson (@laurenwilly)
    WH features editor Alex Davies (@adavies234) 
    For more from Women’s Health Australia, check out @womenshealthaus on Instagram, womenshealth.com.au or find the print and digital editions of the magazine at isubscribe.com.au.

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    • 13 min
    Laura Geitz: Netball glory and navigating change

    Laura Geitz: Netball glory and navigating change

    Laura Geitz is an icon of Australian netball. An absolute force on the court, she was a fearless defender who captained her beloved Queensland Firebirds and the Aussie Diamonds to great success, including world championships and a gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
     
    Since retiring in 2018, the Rebel ambassador and mum of two is still making her mark on the game. She does media commentary, runs netball clinics, mentors other athletes and has even designed a netball clothing range. Last year, the Firebirds renamed their Most Valuable Player Award as the Laura Geitz medal, highlighting how Laura – or Geitzy – really is the ultimate MVP.
      
    In this episode, Laura joins us to chat about epic netball rivalries, the wonderful chaos of parenthood and how what we see as a weakness can actually turn out to be our biggest strength.
     
    Plus, we cover:
    Laura's earliest (and favourite) memories on and off the netball courtWhat it’s like to play sport for your countryWhy it’s important to look to the past as well as the futureThe new workout she’s hooked onWhat having kids has taught her about health, judgement and her village
    Credits:
    Your host is Alex Davies @adavies234
    With thanks to special guest Laura Geitz @ lmgeitz
    Your producer is Jake Taylor
    For more from Women’s Health Australia, check out @womenshealthaus on Instagram, womenshealth.com.au or subscribe to the magazine. You can find digital issues at isubscribe.com.au.

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    • 40 min
    The Drop In: Your head needs a break from bad news

    The Drop In: Your head needs a break from bad news

    Permission to have moments of feeling good - even when you’re also feeling anxious, shit scared and sad - granted. Dr Addie Wootten, clinical psychologist and CEO of Smiling Mind, and meditation junkie Caitlin Cady tell us why it’s more important than ever to appreciate the little things in life.
    Credits
    Your host and producer is Lizza Gebilagin (@lizza_marie)
    For more from Women’s Health Australia, check out @womenshealthaus on Instagram, womenshealth.com.au or find the print and digital editions of the magazine at isubscribe.com.au.
    If you need help with managing anxiety or depression, contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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    • 14 min
    Teresa Palmer: Embracing the chaos of life

    Teresa Palmer: Embracing the chaos of life

    The reason we’re chatting to Teresa Palmer today has nothing to do with her acting cred (see: Ride Like A Girl and A Discovery of Witches) but everything to do with making sure that as women, we are talking more about our shared experiences. Not just the fun stuff, which we tend to do anyway, but especially when those experiences are hard.
    She has a new book out right now, Zen Mamas: Finding Your Path Through Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond (Ebury Illustrated, $34.99), which she cowrote with her friend Sarah Wright Olsen. And just like in the book, in our Uninterrupted chat, the mum to six-year-old son Bodhi, three-year-old son Forest and one-year-old daughter Poet; and 12-year-old stepson, Isaac, gets raw and honest. She talks about her pregnancy loss, how she and her husband Mark got through his experience of postpartum anxiety, and the way she’s navigating life through the coronavirus pandemic.
    In this episode we also chat about:
    ·     What she’s learnt about herself from being forced to slow down during the COVID-19 lockdowns
    ·     The guided meditations she does with her kids
    ·     The journaling app she uses to do a daily brain dump
    ·     Why she thinks we need to move away from the term “miscarriage” and talk instead about “pregnancy loss”
    ·     Cultivating moments of self-care in her day (“They are fleeting!”, she laughs)
    ·     Tiger King (because, isn’t everyone?)
    ·     Letting go of our expectations of motherhood
    Credits:
    Your host is Lizza Gebilagin (@lizza_marie)
    With thanks to our guest Teresa Palmer (@teresapalmer)
    Your producer is Elissa Ratliff (@lizaratliff)
    For more from Women’s Health Australia, check out @womenshealthaus on Instagram, womenshealth.com.au or find the print and digital editions of the magazine at isubscribe.com.au.
    If you or someone you know are struggling with perinatal anxiety or depression, head to panda.org.au for support or call their national helpline on 1300 726 306.

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    • 36 min
    The Drop In: Isolation is making us hungry

    The Drop In: Isolation is making us hungry

    One thing we’ve noticed going on with you, because it’s going on with our team at Women’s Health as well, is that while most of the world is in lockdown, our appetites are definitely not. But in this anxiety-ridden time during the coronavirus pandemic, how can we make sure we’re giving ourselves the comfort we need while also looking after our health? We asked accredited practising dietitian Chloe McLeod for her tips.
    We hope you enjoy this new regular episode, The Drop In, which we'll be, uh, dropping in on the weeks between our regular chats.
    Credits
    Your host, editor and producer is Lizza Gebilagin (@lizza_marie)
    With thanks to special guest Chloe McLeod (@chloe_mcleod_dietitian) and the Women's Health team
    For more from Women’s Health Australia, check out @womenshealthaus on Instagram, womenshealth.com.au or find the print and digital editions of the magazine at isubscribe.com.au.
    If you need help with managing anxiety or depression, contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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    • 10 min

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