Airing time: Sundays, 6pm
Gwendoline Lindsey-Earley is a psychotherapist, yoga teacher, writer and singer. Originally from the UK, Gwendoline has made her home under the mighty Mt Taranaki, where she lives with her husband.
In this show, she offers a different kind of nourishment as she explores ways to nurture ourselves, mind, body and soul.
Supported by Govett Quilliam
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Kara Festa shares her insights with Gwendoline. Kara is predominantly a coach who works mainly with women who are making career transitions. She, herself has made the transition from engineer to coach - "an engineer's mind with a poet's heart".
Duration: 00:28:06 | Date: 23 February, 2020
This is the third of three conversations Gwendoline had with Patricia McLeod about the challenges facing those entering the world of work - this week focusing on women returning to the workforce after a break.
Duration: 00:29:57 | Date: 9 February, 2020
In this second of 3 episodes about overcoming the obstacles to entering the world of work, Gwendoline talks with Patricia McLeod about the challenges faced by older people.
Duration: 00:30:26 | Date: 2 February, 2020
This is the first of 3 episodes about overcoming the obstacles to entering the world of work, with each episode focusing on a different group of people. This week, young people. How do you make the transition from school to work? How do you present you best self to a potential employer?
Duration: 00:30:01 | Date: 26 January, 2020