Podcasts produced by or featuring Lara
Embodied Feminine Leadership with Lisa Fitzpatrick
This episode we feature an talk on Embodied Feminine Leadership with Lisa Fitzpatrick. This is a timely episode, 2018 was a big year for woman claiming their voice, speaking up to injustices that have been cast upon them for decades. We saw the rise of the Me Too movement which started more than a decade ago, We saw the courageous Christine Ford speak out against sexual assault. We celebrated a 100 years of women being able to vote, We saw NZ prime mister Jacinda Ardern make history taking her baby to the United Nations assembly meeting - a prime example of Embodied feminine leadership.
And while this episode focuses the lens on woman, there are some phenomenal men and gender fluid people out there standing and supporting woman and fighting hard for the betterment of us all.
So who is Lisa Fitzpatrick? Lisa is the go-to spiritual business coach for high-achieving, soulful, entrepreneurial leaders and coaches who have a powerful message. She is a specialist in embodied feminine leadership, mindfulness in leadership, women’s physiology for empowerment and sustainable business practices. Lisa believes that when women tap into their feminine wisdom and embody full, mindful presence, the feminine shift restores balance and equality and helps to heal our troubled world.
Lisa is a certified coach, experienced keynote speaker, best-selling author, yoga teacher, workshop facilitator, physiotherapist and mother. She lives in a subtropical paradise near Byron Bay.
Producer and host: Lara Martin
Guest: Lisa Fitzpatrick lisafitzpatrick.com.au
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From student midwife to graduation, what it's like studying midwifery in Australia
This episode we take you on a journey through studying midwifery to graduation with newly graduated midwife Rosie. We hear first hand what it is like to be a student midwife, your options to becoming a midwife in Australia and much more.
Aired live on 99.9 BayFm, Byron Bay, November 12th 2018.
Host and producer Lara Martin
Copyright PBB Media, Lara Martin. 2018
Are you a doula? Your top questions answered with Anna Watts
Are you a doula (birth companion)? Being a doula isn't all roses and babies, sometimes it is tough and burnout can be frequent. This episode of PBB I ask Anna Watts, Celebration of Birth Doula Academy founder and trainer, the top questions asked by doulas. Take a listen for more on getting started as a doula, to the perils of burnout and what you can do about it.
Guest is Anna Watts. Website www.celebrationofbirth.com
Doula Conference Retreat: www.doulaconference.com.au
First aired on 99.9 BayFM Byron Bay on 15th of October 2018
Copyright PBB Media and Lara Martin 2018
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Vagina Conversations: A midwife's story.
This episode we feature life on the front lines of midwifery. My guest Ti Harrison has been a midwife for the past 27 years and has worked across all models of care and around the world. Ti recently performed at the Vagina Conversations 2018, Byron Bay. Ti shares her monologue and we discuss further different aspects of this well crafted written piece.
Warning some aspects of this episodes contains sensitive content. We are talking about women's bodies and in-particular about women's vaginas.
Producer & host: Lara Martin
Guest: Ti Harrison
Life like a modern day gypsy family; travel adventure
“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.”― Jack Kerouac
This episode of Pregnancy Birth and Beyond we climb that mountain with our guest Taneal Cadou-blake who has recently returned to her home town of Byron Bay in Australia, after three and a half years of travel and living abroad with her family. Taneal, her husband Lalo and their four youngest children packed up all their belongings, took the plunge and set off abroad on a family adventure.
Travel with family;
Shoe string budget travel.
Host: Lara Martin and Sally Cusack.
Eco-parenting with Nature's Child
“we are living on this planet as if we had another one to go to” Terri Swearingen
If we all make small changes, big things can happen. This episode our guest Jannine shares with us ways families can make small yet meaningful change for both greater quality of life and for the betterment of our planet.
Raising kids is, lets face it, a huge ecological footprint on the planet, but it doesn't have to be all bad. With your purchasing power and a minimalist approach to parenting life with little ones can be earth friendly. We will be going over simple and practical changes you can start making today.
My guest is Jannine Barron founder of Natures Child, a progressive earth based business for the past 18 years. Jannine is a self described entrepreneur activist and mother of two.
Produced and presented by Lara Martin
Copyright 2017 PBB Media and Lara Martin