HH003 – Farah Nanji

Habits & Health episode 3 - Farah Nanji

Episode 3 of the Habits & Health podcast with Farah Nanji who is an international DJ, a journalist, TEDx speaker and founder of Regents Racing, a business exploring leadership lessons from F1.

HVF025 – Brooke Hender

Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach

Happy Vs Flourishing episode 25, and the last episode is with Brooke Hender a cognitive hypnotherapist in West London who helps people get through issues with security, intimacy, happiness and other areas.

Next week we start series 3 of the podcast and the name of the show changes to Habits & Health.

HVF024 – Nigel Risner

Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach

Happy Vs Flourishing episode 24 with Nigel Risner. It is easier to name the countries that Nigel hasn’t spoken in than the ones he has. He has a unique communication style that is sometimes described as marmite, which some people love and some are less than keen.

HVF023 – Timothy Moser

Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach

Happy Vs Flourishing episode 23 with Timothy Moser who talks about learning how to learn. He helps people improve their memory and also a unique way of learning Spanish that is far more effective than tools such as Duolingo.

He has over 400 episodes of the podcast named Master of Memory and free material, including videos on his Spanish learning technique, linked to below.

HVF022 – Kym Hamer

Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach

Happy Vs Flourishing episode 22 with Kym Hamer an expert in branding and marketing.

Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Kym moved to London 18 years ago and her life and business have thrived ever-since.

HVF020 – Melanie Bloch

Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach https://tonywinyard.com/

Happy Vs Flourishing episode 20 with Melanie Bloch is all about laughter. Melanie is an instructor in Laughter Yoga and if you’ve never heard of that before, you’ll learn much more in this episode. There is far more laughter involved in the sessions than yoga, and the body oozes with feel-good chemicals as a result of so much laughing.