Mental health is your ultimate wealth, and it’s as much a part of the Oona Series focus as our physical fitness classes. Join Oona regulars and special guests in this offering of interviews, Q&As and discussions, exploring the power of the mind and best practises for managing psychological health. Best enjoyed with a steaming cup of tea, a journal for note-taking and a curious brain!
A Conversation with Ben Carraway
Episode 8 brings two exceptional physical therapists together for a candid conversation on philosophy, practise and multi-disciplinary relationships with the medical world. Boniface is delighted to be joined in this discussion by one of London’s leading non-surgical back pain specialists, Dr Ben Carroway.
Health & Art with Tim Joss
We’re joined in Episode 10 by the incredible Tim Joss, Social Entrepreneur and ‘bridge-builder’ to explore the connection between the Arts and Public Health sectors, how they can benefit one another and what we can learn from their collaborations. Tim comes to us with a wealth of experience in national organisations, and is now the Chief Executive and Founder of Aesop (Arts Enterprise with a Social Purpose), a continuing professional development programme with an interest in devising and running successful arts in health programmes.
Hack into the Happiest You
Breathing. Turmeric. Cold Showers. Apple Cider Vinegar. Afternoon sex. We’re leaving no stone unturned in the latest podcast with Co-founders Boniface and Catie.
Intro to James Sumerfield
We’re trilled to welcome James Sumerfield to the Oona Series Podcast for an exciting triple bill in June. An Osteopath for London’s top performers, a lover of holistic medicine and life-long student, we simply couldn’t resist the opportunity to learn from James’ experiences. Tune in to episodes 22, 23 and 24 for more!
My Quest within my Practice
“All medicine is about collaboration.” In this second, fascinating instalment, James and Boniface explore the ways in which medical practise – Osteopathy in particular – is transforming, placing the patient as more of an equal in the treatment process, rather than a ‘silent recipient’. We particularly love their investigation of the ‘no pain, no gain’ narrative. An episode not to be missed.
To Be or to Become
In what ways are we shaped and influenced by our experience of connection in life? Is there a cost in our quest for such connection? Episode 24 presents the third instalment of our special series with Osteopath James Sumerfield, talking all things identity, connection and resilience.