WH Uninterrupted — All Episodes
Want to feel happier, healthier and more empowered, every single day? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this podcast series, powered by Samsung, Women’s Health Australia Editor Jacqui Mooney chats to game-changing women about life, success, health, fitness, wellness… and everything in between.
Episode 8 - Pip Edwards
Former Women’s Health cover star, co-founder and creative director of P.E Nation, Pip Edwards talks fashion, fitness, female empowerment… and how she built this cult athleisure label in less than two years.
Episode 7 - Emily Skye
She’s one of the most influential fitness stars in the world, and debuted on the Young Rich List in 2017. We chat to mega-trainer Emily Skye about business, body image, motherhood… and everything in between.
Episode 6 - Sarah Wilson
While she’s best known for I Quit Sugar, there’s so much more to Sarah Wilson than meets the eye. We speak to the best-selling author about life post-IQS and her brand new zero waste mission.
Episode 5 - Julie Stevanja
Want to turn your passion into a paying job? Then tune into our podcast with Stylerunner CEO Julie Stevanja. We talk success, start-ups and about how a love of Bikram yoga led to her e-commerce empire.
Episode 4 - Jessica Gallagher
In this episode, we speak to Dr Jess Gallagher about the true meaning of trust, losing her sight at 17, and becoming the first athlete – Olympian or Paralympian – to medal at the Summer and Winter Games.
Episode 3 - Dr Libby Weaver
Constantly tired, wired and don’t know why? Then this revealing podcast with wellness guru Dr Libby Weaver might just change your life, health, hormones and energy levels for the better!
Episode 2 - Samantha Gash
What does it take to run across an entire country for 77 days, non-stop? Just ask endurance athlete Samantha Gash, who left her career as a corporate lawyer to run the world for social change
Episode 1 - Sharni Layton
In this intimate chat, former netball star (and new AFLW recruit) Sharni Layton shares what she’s learnt about emotional resilience, mental health and the incredible rise of women in sport.