Mind Body Heart Soul
A weekly program focusing health and wellbeing. Christine Heart Savage, known as “the breathing lady” has her expertise in the area of breathwork, stress & anxiety management, and personal development, while Dr Peter Johnston has had a long term interest in integrating conventional and alternative approaches to healthcare.
Contact the show by email at MindBodyHeartSoul@southernfm.com.au
On Mind, Body, Heart and Soul this week, Christine Heart Savage is interviewing Dr Irene Prantalos (Traditional Chinese Medical Practitioner) on the cycles of Mother Nature and her ability to guide us towards optimal health. There is such confusion around diet these days; what foods to eat, what time to eat and how this blends with the cycles of nature.
On Mind, Body, Heart & Soul, Christine Heart Savage is interviewing Gen Dornying, a Buddhist Monk and the resident teacher at KADAMPA Meditation Centre. Listen in a Gen Dornying shares some of his wisdom about meditation, Buddhism, inner stillness, harmonious relationships and finding happiness. Please join us…. Monday 5 Feb, 10.00am – 11.00am
Christine Heart Savage is interviewing Rachana Shivam author of “Lotus Birth”. Rachana will share with us what a Doula is, and the wisdom and importance of having a Doula during childbirth. Rachana will be sharing relevant topics within the current birth landscape.
On Monday at 10.00am Christine Heart Savage is speaking to the wonderful Dr Irene Prantalos, Doctor of traditional chinese medicine, about Mental Health Issues and Chinese Medicine. Listen in for some new and interesting information and no doubt a good giggle here and there. We look forward to you joining us… Dr Irene Prantalos – www.salubre.com.au Christine Heart Savage –
On Mind, Body, Heart & Soul – Christine Heart Savage is interviewing our regular and gorgeous Dr Irene Prantalos (TCM) a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine on: Which type of exercise is best if you are struggling with skin conditions… Tune in at 10.00am Monday for some interesting information and a good laugh too… Dr Irene Prantalos –