- Cracking The Abundance Code with Julie Ann Cairns - 26th May 2018
In this presentation you’ll discover how (and why) your conditioned beliefs - particularly about money, wealth and success - govern many of the outcomes you see in your life. Julie Ann will share with you her own roller coaster ride of wealth and loss, which began in childhood and eventually triggered an awakening around the extraordinary power of the subconscious mind.
When your subconscious mind is working AGAINST you, then no matter how much you desire the goal or how hard you work for it, you’ll continue to experience repeated sabotage of the outcome. It feels like every time you take one step forward, it’s followed by one or two steps back. When your subconscious is working FOR you, on the other hand, you’ll achieve your goals so quickly (and seemingly effortlessly) that it will feel like a miracle! It’s not a miracle… it’s simply what happens when you achieve TRUE and COMPLETE subconscious alignment by understanding and utilising the “3 Keys to Belief Change”.
Julie Ann Cairns is the top selling author of the book The Abundance Code: How to Bust the 7 Money Myths for a Rich Life Now (published by Hay House in 2015 and subsequently reaching #1 in Personal Finance on Amazon), and the Director of the documentary of the same name The Abundance Code which was released worldwide in 2016 and has been seen by over 200,000 people. Julie Ann has over 25 years of experience in financial market education and wealth creation and is a Dynamic Spin Release™ practitioner and trainer.
- Heal Your Gut with Lee Holmes - 2nd June 2018
'The road to health is paved with good intestines'
Lee Holmes, holistic nutritionist, whole foods chef and author of the Supercharged Food book series will be giving a presentation about the gut and the impact that it can have on your health and wellbeing. Lee will share the four phases of gut healing and provide tips and information about the best practices, foods, ingredients and recipes for a happy and healthy gut. You will discover how diet and lifestyle affect the gut micro biome and how to bring the gut back into balance. You’ll also hear about the gut-brain connection and its link to mood and behaviour as well as examples of recipes you can make for a healthy gut.
After being diagnosed with a debilitating autoimmune disease in 2006, Lee embarked on a journey of self-discovery and her love of food, cooking and nutrition skills enabled her to come full circle. Lee travelled the world discovering foods that could be used as a healing instrument and after discovering many nutrient-rich foods and changing her diet, Lee’s health dramatically improved. Her mind alive with ideas for new recipes, she wanted to share her creations and started the website www.superchargedfood.com which encourages S.O.L.E food; sustainable, organic, local and ethical.
Lee created a petition to improve food in hospitals in Australia and as a result a healthier menu has been introduced by the Minister for Health. In addition to passionately creating change at government and policy level, in 2013 Lee won the title of Health Influencer Blog of the Year. Her articles have featured in leading Australian magazines and newspapers as well as The Times and The Daily Express in the UK and The Huffington Post in the US.
- Listen to your body with Fiona Tuck - 9th June 2018
The body is always trying to communicate to us. In this fascinating seminar you will learn how to recognise subtle signs and symptoms of the human body to understand what may be going on at a deeper cellular level. Fiona shares insights into recognising nutritional deficiencies and internal physical and emotional disharmony within the body via analysing the skin, the face, hair and nails. This insight will allow you to tune into your body and take back control of your health.
Fiona is a Professional Skincare Expert, Nutritional Medicine Practitioner, yoga teacher, corporate consultant and media wellness expert.
Fiona believes that the majority of disease can be traced back to a nutritional deficiency and specialises in diagnosing and correcting nutritional deficiencies to enhance health and wellbeing. Fiona’s holistic approach to nutritional health is driven by her mantra: “Nutrition is the grass roots of good health”.
Fiona has appeared on Channel 7’s ‘The Morning Show’, Network Ten's ‘Studio 10’ and is a popular radio nutrition expert and industry keynote speaker. Her articles and expert commentary have been published across news.com.au, SMH.com.au, Ninemsn, Body and Soul, Women’s Weekly, The Collective Hub, Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, Courier Mail as well as leading trade publications.
- The Productivity Ninja & Making Habits Stick with Matt Cowdroy - 16th June 2018
In today’s fast paced world, we’re often overwhelmed with too much information and distraction. Introducing positive lifestyle changes can therefore be challenging at times. Applying the Characteristics of the Productivity Ninja to habits can help make new habits sustainable. Zen-like calm, mindfulness, preparedness and unorthodoxy are just a few of these characteristics.
Join Matt for the opportunity to reflect on your habits and lifestyle choices. We’ll look at how habits are formed, what triggers them and discuss how craving is the fuel for habits.
Matt is passionate about understanding people, their motivations, their wants and needs. His personal mission is to help others “alleviate unnecessary stress” in their life. Matt is the owner of Think Productive Australia and has qualifications in Business Management, Marketing, Yogic Studies and Meditation.
- Food and Mood with Mel Overall - 23rd June 2018
Can our food choices impact our mental health, our mood and our cognition? More and more evidence is emerging that says that what we eat can change our brain.
It is commonly accepted that there are direct links between physical health and food choices. There is now however emerging research demonstrating that our food choices can also impact our mental and cognitive health, as well as play a significant role in our general well-being. In this talk Melinda explores the mechanisms through which food choices impact on our brain function and mood, and provides practical tips to develop healthy eating habits for developing optimal health.
Melinda is a fully qualified Nutritionist and lecturer in nutritional medicine. Her aim and passion is to help people obtain optimal health and well-being through education and diet & lifestyle coaching with minimal supplementation.
Following a health issue of her own several years ago Melinda recognised the importance of food as medicine and maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Melinda believes that education is the key in empowering people to reach their best possible health and to minimise their reliance on practitioners.