[The Teachers] Part two of host Alison Rice’s honest conversation with LA-based mystic, Natalia Benson. The pair discuss getting the love and relationships we feel we deserve, Natalia asks women to consider leaning into their vulnerability to find safety, and shares her advice on navigating conversations about self development and spirituality with the people in our lives.
[The Teachers] LA-based mystic Natalia Benson gifts Offline listeners with moving and powerful advice. Natalia shares her knowledge on living outside the mind/body paradigm, how to acknowledge our truth, why there’s no shame in getting paid and how it is actually a form of power. This is part one of Alison and Natalia’s honest conversation. Part two is soon to follow.
Journalist, curve model and founder of women’s empowerment platform projectwomankind.com, Jessica Vander Leahy, shares her unique and personal perspectives on the label plus-size and diversity in women’s content. Jess challenges Offline listeners to take responsibility for what we let into our social media feeds and remember that we are more than what we see in the mirror.
Alison sits down with six of season one’s incredible guests. Recorded live at the Sundays Offline listener event in Sydney on January 13, Carmen Hamilton, Zoe Marshall, Chloe Brinklow, Sara Crampton, Billie Iveson and Eleanor Pendleton answer questions submitted by the audience. Unscripted and at times emotional, a total of seven women behind the Instagram accounts get real about taking risks, building confidence, moving countries, modern motherhood, manifestation and so much more.
Host Alison Rice sits in the interviewee chair for the first time. Recorded live at the Sundays Offline listener event in Sydney on January 13, Alison opens up to her close friend Amanda about spirituality and the soul, accessing her intuition, how her ambition is manifesting itself today, what she learnt through the pain of miscarriage, her bond with her husband Tony and how she’s honouring her body in 2019.
Host Alison Rice reflects on season one of Offline, The Podcast in this short manifesto. She shares her why, and how she’s thinking about Offline’s growth. Recorded in one take, it is imperfect, honest and closes out 2018.
Eleanor Pendleton, founder and editor-in-chief of beauty destination Gritty Pretty, talks openly and honestly about self image, love, running a business and how her humble beginnings shaped the woman she is today.
Ally May Carey is one of Australia’s most exciting young creatives. Her content is visually inspiring, thoughtful and seeks to spark change. In this episode she shares her “why”, and how she’s identifying with self following a challenging 18 months.
Billie Iveson is the fashion and beauty director of cult publication, Russh. She’s also one of Alison’s best friends. Through a creative lens, Billie shares her take on the intersection of self, creativity and brand; and why constraints aren’t a bad thing.