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Journey with Gaya as she speaks with 6 figure mentors, teachers, artists, poets, authors, researchers, entrepreneurs and anyone with a success story

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Journey with Gaya as she speaks with 6 figure mentors, teachers, artists, poets, authors, researchers, entrepreneurs and anyone with a success story

    In Conversation With Cathy Pope

    In Conversation With Cathy Pope

    Classically inspired with a modern simplicity, each piece features striking gemstones, from balancing amethyst to energizing carnelian. Hailing from exotic locations like Pakistan, Brazil and Africa, each gemstone has its own story to tell. Cathy’s jewellery is ideal for the woman who cares if her jewellery is made ethically and isn’t interested in following the crowd and wearing mass produced labels.


    With a successful design career, from costume design for TV, film and theatre to bespoke wedding dresses, Cathy Pope is quickly gaining a reputation in the New Zealand fashion scene for producing distinctive, timeless gemstone jewellery with stand-out style. When she’s not designing and creating her sought-after gemstone jewellery, Cathy is travelling to India to work with the artisans and gemstone cutters who help bring her designs to life.

    • 31 min
    For My Father's Kingdom, An Award Winning Documentary Film

    For My Father's Kingdom, An Award Winning Documentary Film

    For My Father's Kingdom, In Conversation With The Director Vea Mafile'o

    Vea Mafile'o (Tongan/Maori/Scottish/English) is a freelance television and film director and artist who has worked and exhibited extensively throughout the Pacific. Her debut feature, ‘For My Father’s Kingdom’, had its World Premiere at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival 2019, and won a Jury Award at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, recently securing 3rd place for the Melbourne International Documentary audience awards. It is the first Pacific Island feature documentary funded by the NZFC, directed & produced by Tongan females. Her short film ‘Toaipuapuaga - Strength in Suffering’ also had an international Premiere in Berlinale 2019 and won her the Moana Best Pasifika Non- Fiction Director award at the Wairua Film Festival this year.

    She co-founded the production company Malosi pictures and produced and co-directed Digital Fananga, three legends filmed in Tonga, of which the award-winning Aho`eitu won the Breakthrough Award at the Sydney Pasifika Film Festival in 2016.  She is also the co-founder of The Nuku`alofa Film Festival in Tonga and founder of the Okalani Film Festival, the first Tongan film festival in Aotearoa. Last year, she was also selected for the Script to Screen Film Up programme and awarded the mentorship of Pietra BrettKelly (Yellow is forbidden). In 2017, she won a Southside shorts programme which secured yearlong hubs and a mentorship with Miriam Smith (The Ground We Won).  She is currently working on her next film and has received development funds from the New Zealand Film Commission for her feature documentary: Toa, The Stigmata of Samoa

     

    • 41 min
    Craig Soley - The Founder Of PHYSIOFIT

    Craig Soley - The Founder Of PHYSIOFIT

    This week, we have Craig Soley from the Royal Perth Hospital who has agreed to interview with us. He is a registered Physiotherapist and an Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA) accredited strength and conditioning coach, with a Master of Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy. Craig, a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, is committed to ongoing continuing education both in strength & conditioning and physiotherapy. 

    He is also a pioneer in functional movement training in WA having founded PhysioFit training in 1996, and then later combining the smarts of physiotherapy with the strength of functional movement training. Years as a world-champion athlete and a distinguished career as a detective in the WA Police Force give Craig a unique perspective on his physiotherapy qualifications. His approach addresses the real-world demands we make on our bodies and has applications from fitness training and rehabilitation, to workplace safety and injury prevention. 

    • 43 min
    Katie Milne & Womens Circles

    Katie Milne & Womens Circles

    Katie is an Urban Medicine Woman, trained in the Shamanic Arts and Plant Spirit Medicine. Urban Medicine Woman uses tree, plant and flower essence to bring the body into physical and emotional balance. She is a Gardener, Healer, Herbalist and Psychic. She brings all her talents together to help her community and runs a fortnightly women’s circle in Auckland, New Zealand. Listen to her this week to gain insight into what she does and her story. All the way from Auckland to where you are!

    • 37 min
    We Are Back! Stay Tuned

    We Are Back! Stay Tuned

    We are back after a short break with brand new episodes. So stay tuned

    • 1 min
    Networking Success - A Personal Story

    Networking Success - A Personal Story

    Skyrocket Your Success!

     

    An amazing success story of my client, the networking Queen.

    A usual we had several butt kicking sessions and she fought me most of the time but the sweet taste of success lingers and she is currently going through my leverage program, the second level of my entrepreneur coaching series.

    Instead of us discussing her journey I have chosen to share one strategy we worked on for your benefit. In a way it is a follow up to my previous eZine. 


    Practice this strategy and share your success with me by emailing me info@intuitivecoachgaya.com


    I would love to hear your story.

    Intuitiveentrepreneurcoaching.com

     

    • 18 min

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