September 7, 2020
How to create body acceptance and confidence.
Today we are chatting to Health at Every Size advocate, Body Image Therapist, personal trainer, and fitness instructor Mel Williams.
Mel adopts a Health at Every Size approach to her work and is the founder of Body Positive Cornwall. A support group that helps women cultivate body acceptance and confidence through workshops, either in person or online.
Mel shares her own story of overcoming her eating disorder and how her success as a gig rower has been instrumental in learning to respect, care for her body, and acknowledge the remarkable things it can do.
Follow Mel and discover more about her work https://www.instagram.com/mel_williams_bythesea/?hl=en or https://www.instagram.com/melwilliams_bodyimagetherapist/?hl=en
August 24, 2020
Overcoming the overwhelm and our overthinking tendencies.
This is one of our juiciest and jam-packed interviews yet! Certified life coach Gabrielle Treanor shares so many wonderful insights and strategies for overcoming the overwhelm and our overthinking tendencies. Helping us feel calmer and more empowered.
We hope you love this episode as much as we do.
You can learn more about working with Gabrielle, her courses, podcast and supportive Calm Mind Club at
August 17, 2020
Sometimes we meet extraordinary people and sometimes we meet extraordinary people who have done extraordinary things.
Gail Muller describes herself as undefined by pain and driven by purpose. An adventurer, writer, and endurance hiker, Gail suffered from a debilitating chronic pain syndrome that impacted every part of her life. In today’s Body Stories Gail shares how she overcame terrible mental health issues and the prognosis that she would lose the ability to walk. How she never gave up and instead went on to undertake one of the most difficult treks on earth and achieve a lifetime goal. Gail walked the Appalachian Trail, southbound may I add, the harder way!
Gail shares her story of using the body she very almost lost, to achieve something really rather remarkable.
You can follow Gail at @appalachiangail or over on her inspiring blog https://gailmuller.com/
Have you tapped into your own intrinsic motivators to help you reach your goals? Listen to our audio visualization ‘Find Your Mojo’. to help you do just that!
August 17, 2020
Intuitive Eating, Movement and Food Freedom.
In today’s Body Stories we are chatting to health blogger, personal trainer, and Intuitive Eating advocate Molly Williams.
After a restrictive and difficult relationship with food and exercise in the past, Molly discovered food freedom through Intuitive Eating. Molly now uses her online presence to champion an intuitive approach to food, physical fitness, and mental health. So that others too can learn about the benefits of a more sustainable, flexible, and self-compassionate approach to food and fitness. Molly was recently shortlisted for Best New and Noteworthy Blog’ at the HBC Health Blog Awards.
Health blogger and Intuitive Eating and Movement advocate Molly Williams.
You can learn more about Intuitive Movement in our coaching session Find Movement You Enjoy.
You can read Molly’s blog at https://mollyjoy.home.blog/ and follow her on Instagram at @moll_eatsandlifts
August 17, 2020
The art of true listening and empathy skills.
Mandy describes herself as mum, communications coach, motivational speaker, soul midwife and rock in progress. Mandy’s extraordinary role as an end of life bedside companion, led to her writing the ground-breaking book Being Rock. Exploring what it truly takes to listen, support, and be alongside one other. We know from our work that the ability to hold space for someone can be instrumental in growing both self-compassion and self-esteem.
Mandy’s communications training for hospice volunteers led to her receiving the Princess Royal Training Award and NHS Unsung Hero Volunteer of the Year 2019 and in our opinion, she is one of a kind.
You can learn more about Mandy at https://www.mandypreece.uk
August 17, 2020
Making Peace with Food with Eating Disorders Counsellor Harriet Frew.
Harriet Frew is a specialist counsellor, supporting people to overcome disordered eating and find peace with food. Harriet currently works full-time for the NHS Adult Eating Disorder Service in Cambridge as well as writing, podcasting, and appearing on BBC radio.
In today’s interview, Harriet shares her own experiences with an eating disorder.
How diet culture impacts our well-being and self-esteem.
How we can support our children to develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
How we can begin to discover happiness and health beyond a number on the scales.
You can connect with Harriet via her website http://rethinkyourbody.co.uk, listen to her excellent podcast at https://harrietfrew.podbean.com/ or follow on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/the_eating_disorder_therapist/
June 23, 2020
Building body and self-confidence
Leading women's confidence coach Emma Clayton shares her own body confidence story with our members in this, the first of our exclusive Reframe Club interviews.
Emma shares powerful insights as to how we can begin to build the courage to show up in our lives fully, as ourselves, and foster greater self-compassion and body acceptance.
Join our community and hear Emma’s full story at Reframeclub.com 💛
You can connect with Emma or learn more about her work and the Confidence Code at: 💛