21 episodes

Do you want to be a better man? Are you a man or woman who wants to have a better relationship with your man? Then follow along with Greg Woodhill as he interviews experts and non-experts on masculinity, love and connection. Topics range from cheating & infidelity, to the Me Too movement, porn addiction and happy relationships.

A Brave New Man Greg Woodhill

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 47 Ratings

Do you want to be a better man? Are you a man or woman who wants to have a better relationship with your man? Then follow along with Greg Woodhill as he interviews experts and non-experts on masculinity, love and connection. Topics range from cheating & infidelity, to the Me Too movement, porn addiction and happy relationships.

    19 | Nadia Munla - Embodiment and Sensuality

    19 | Nadia Munla - Embodiment and Sensuality

    Are you attuned to your body and its needs, or are you living day to day consumed with your thoughts and unaware of what your body is trying to tell you? Many of us have adopted a way of living that is entirely focused on thought, productivity, and achievement, and in doing so we have completely disconnected ourselves from our bodies. We need to nurture our bodies and attune to its needs, but how do we do that? In this episode we explore what embodiment means and how we can make our lives more playful and safe just by attuning to our bodies. Our interview with Nadia Munla teaches us: 1) What embodiment means and why we have become so disembodied, 2) Different ways that we can attune to our bodies that are giving us so much meaningful information, and 3) How we can make sex feel safer for ourselves and our partners through this process.

    Nadia is an Embodiment Coach who guides womxn to sensual nourishment, authentic expression and embodied power. She teaches them to stop managing their bodies & start loving them instead…so they can feel confident, sexy & powerful in business (and the bedroom). Through her one-on-one coaching, Embody dance classes & Embody teacher training Nadia has guided thousands of womxn across 5 continents on their journey back to themselves. You can find her at nadiamunla.com, embodydanceclass.com, or join the conversation at The Embody Tribe FB group.

    • 35 min
    18 | Candice Christiansen - On The Spectrum

    18 | Candice Christiansen - On The Spectrum

    Do you understand what it means to be on the Autism spectrum? Do you (or someone you know) wonder if you might be on that spectrum? The Autism spectrum is widely misunderstood as being a severe diagnosis, but there are so many subtleties in that diagnosis that many people don't even know if they are on it themselves. The Autism spectrum includes experiences such as: Consistently missing or misinterpreting social cues, Having difficulty making eye-contact, Feeling socially awkward without knowing how to participate in conversations, and Having a high sensitivity to noises, lights, and touch. In this episode we explore what it means to be on the Autism spectrum as well as how to apply the most amount of self-care to yourself or others with this diagnosis. Our interview with Candice Christiansen teaches us: 1) How to self-assess for the Autism spectrum, 2) How to best interact with others on the spectrum for the benefit of everyone involved, and 3) What resources are available to help those on the spectrum. 

    Candice Christiansen, M.Ed., LCMHC, is passionate about treating all human beings
    with dignity and respect. As an autistic woman, a child sexual abuse survivor, licensed
    clinician, and an intimacy and trauma expert, Candice has dedicated the last 20 years
    working with individuals with attachment based disorders stemming from overt and
    covert developmental trauma.Her programs, Namasté Center for Healing and The
    Global Prevention Project are internationally known for treating cisgender, transgender,
    nonbinary individuals as well as those on the autism spectrum who have a variety of
    intimacy issues, and complex trauma. Candice is the author of the internationally known
    workbook Mastering The Trauma Wound: A Mindful Approach to Healing Trauma and
    Creating Healthier Relationships(©2016). Candice and her husband Chris will be
    launching the Autism and Intimacy Podcast later this year. She enjoys traveling to Maui
    multiple times a year and snorkeling, hiking, and playing on the beach. 

    • 46 min
    17 | Jennifer Brown – Diversity and Inclusion

    17 | Jennifer Brown – Diversity and Inclusion

    Do you know how being aware (or unaware) of diversity in our population is affecting your life? Most of the time we go through life without truly being aware of the difficulties that people in diverse groups have in their personal and professional lives, OR we are a member of a diverse group and feel like we are marginalized, unaccounted for, or misunderstood. It is ALL OF OUR responsibilities to make this world more inclusive for all people, especially if we are in positions of privilege or power. In this episode we explore what the challenges are for people in diverse populations as well as what structural changes need to occur to allow everyone to feel welcome and cherished. Our interview with Jennifer Brown teaches us: 1) What it means to be in a diverse group of the population (and what it can feel like!), 2) How leaders must shift their thoughts and actions in order to create a more inclusive environment for diverse members of a workforce, and 3) What inner shifts we all can make in order to bring more empathy and understanding to the world.

    Jennifer Brown is a leading diversity and inclusion expert, dynamic keynote speaker, best-selling author, award-winning entrepreneur and host of The Will To Change podcast, which uncovers true stories of diversity and inclusion. As the founder, president and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, Jennifer’s workplace strategies have been employed by some of the world’s top Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits—including Walmart, Microsoft, Starbucks, Toyota Financial Services, T-Mobile, and many others— to help employees bring their full selves to work and feel Welcomed, Valued, Respected and Heard. Her new book is called How to Be an Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive.

    • 48 min
    16 | Tim Stein – Trauma and Relationships

    16 | Tim Stein – Trauma and Relationships

    Do you know how trauma is affecting your life? Trauma is often misunderstood as exclusively being a life-threatening event that keeps someone in fear of danger for the rest of their lives. While this IS a type of trauma, there are many covert types of trauma that often go unrecognized and untreated in people’s lives. Relational trauma from our childhood can drastically affect how we attach to people as adults, and it can lead to addictions without us realizing why. In this episode we explore the different types of trauma and discuss how we can begin treating them if they are present in our lives. Our interview with Tim Stein teaches us: 1) What trauma is, 2) How we can recognize its effect on our lives, and 3) What steps we can take to begin healing that trauma and learning to have deeper intimacy in our lives.

    Tim Stein specializes in sobriety and recovery from sex addiction, betrayed partner healing, and trauma resolution. He facilitates retreats and workshops for addicts, their betrayed partners, and trauma survivors. Tim is a consistent presenter at national conferences. Tim seeks to educate and empower individuals to make the changes necessary for their lives to be well balanced and fulfilling. Tim is a co-founder of Willow Tree Counseling, an outpatient treatment program for sex addicts and betrayed partners. Tim’s book Gifts of Recovery: Daily Meditations for Men and Women in Recovery from Sex Addiction is available on Amazon.

    • 44 min
    15 | Christine Hassler – Technology and Us

    15 | Christine Hassler – Technology and Us

    Does technology help or hurt your relationships? Does your “smart” phone connect you to others, or does it disconnect you from your natural drives and from the people you love? Obviously, there are a myriad of ways that modern day technology helps our lives but there are also many ways that it makes us feel separate and disconnected from what matters most. In this episode we explore all of the ways that technology has affected us and what we can do about it. Our interview with Christine Hassler (our returning champion!) teaches us: 1) The ways that our technology use disconnects us from the people we care about, 2) How technology affects the natural masculine and feminine drives inside of us, and 3) The ways that we can change our relationship to technology to invite more energy and intimacy into our lives.

    Christine Hassler is the best-selling author of three books, most recently Expectation Hangover. For over a decade, as a keynote speaker, retreat facilitator, spiritual psychologist and life coach, and host of the top-rated podcast “Over it and On With It”, she has been teaching and inspiring people around the world. Christine believes once we get out of our own way, we can show up to make the meaningful impact we are here to make. Visit her online at www.christinehassler.com

    • 33 min
    14 | Danny Parker-Lopes & Brett Hamilton - Stories About My Father

    14 | Danny Parker-Lopes & Brett Hamilton - Stories About My Father

    Are there things that you need to say to a loved one but have never "found the right moment"? In this special Father's Day episode, we hear two amazing stories from men who found themselves growing up with absent fathers... One was absent literally, and the other was absent mentally and emotionally. These men share their deep, meaningful, and true-life stories about how their relationships with their fathers affected them and what they chose to do about it. Their stories are real, thought provoking, emotionally moving, and inspiring. They make us think about our own relationships and what we need to say or do in those relationships before it's too late. 


    Danny Parker-Lopes is an actor/writer who’s been working on this piece, Pops, his whole life. Literally.  He hopes to complete the one-person show and, eventually, the movie before he dies.

    Brett Hamilton is a writer, storyteller, and yogi.  If you connected with his story, he would love to hear from you.  You can reach him at bretthami@gmail.com

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

Josh Trent ,

Greg is a POWERHOUSE of wisdom!

Greg has the unique ability to ask the most pivotal questions during his shows. Along with his academic expetise and his deep work with clients, this podcast is a powerful platform to serve the healing of men across the world. I have the utmost respect for Greg and am thrilled to have been a guest! - Josh Trent, Host of Wellness Force Radio

Linda4761 ,

Great listen

A Brave New Man is one of the most interesting podcasts out there. My favorite part of every episode is when Greg summarizes the conversation and provides a great take-away message. It’s so clear that he enjoys the topics and his enthusiasm is contagious! I recommend this podcast to everyone.

jcp620 ,

Men Need This!!!

This in a wonderful podcast that addresses masculinity. In a time when men struggle to understand their role as a male, this podcast takes a down-to-earth, positive approach to a much needed topic!

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