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Welcome to

the Dissected Woman Podcast 

This is a podcast for those of you that are fascinated by people. I am going to be exploring all walks of life, whether that’s death, birth, sex, kink, our bodies, our bodies in movement, what’s beneath the skin of our bodies?  

And what are the questions that we can ask that get us to see new perspectives, so that we can learn and grow and become more of who we truly are?

The most important relationship you have is the one with yourself.

So when we start asking questions, when we get curious about ourselves, and when we  hear from other people who are also sharing their wisdom, and asking questions and doing things differently, we get a chance to really be inspired. And we get a chance to become more of who we are and move into that place where we find that feeling of peace and fulfilment, because we are really  becoming all that we can be. 

This podcast is about creating change in your life and about seeing your life and your body, your  business, your choices, your potential, all from a new perspective.  

There will be a mix of solo shows and interviews and I will be bringing conversations to you with some  inspiring thought leaders. Now when I say thought leaders, I mean people who think outside of the box,  whatever industry they may be in, and I will be talking to people from a whole range of different  industries who are doing things differently, and who have maybe created a bit of a revolution, or are just  asking such unusual questions that we get to see things from a completely different perspective. 

Your Host

Natasha de Grunwald is a subconscious transformation coach, a mentor, a teacher, a trainer, a  breathwork facilitator and a Mum to a 19 year old daughter. She has been teaching and training and  holding space for people in the wellness industry and the personal growth industry for over 30 years.

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Episode 10

Episode 10

Today's episode is a really special interview with my very own dissection teacher Gil Hedley. When I walked into my dissection lesson with Gil I had no idea what kind of experience it would be and the connection I would feel...

Episode 9

Episode 9

In this episode I talk about timeline work. I find timeline work incredibly powerful in my coaching work and today I talk to you about some of the reasons it is so powerful.  Did you know that you can travel along your...

Episode 8

Episode 8

On today's episode I'm very excited  to introduce you to Erin Telford who was my first ever breathwork teacher and is a person that I honour, admire, respect, and I'm very inspired by. We cover so much ground and talk about so many different subjects such as what do...

Episode 6

Episode 6

Today's episode gets you to think about what your 'fat' really is and how it supports your body. Often people feel that fat is layered in judgement but for the next 30 minutes indulge me in considering what your fat does to...

Episode 5

Episode 5

This episode is all about my journey to Thailand and why I do the work I do. What led me to Thailand and to discover Thai massage? What has driven me over the years to ensure that people receive the right treatment for...

Episode 4

Episode 4

In today's episode I have a beautiful conversation with international somatic movement teacher and trainer Raphan Kebe. We explore different types of movement, whether the breath or movement actually begins the movement and...

Episode 3

Episode 3

Today's episode is all about the impact of self bullying and self criticism. It's something that has become so natural to us but isn't at all natural. I'll be exploring what the true impact is of negative self talk and...

Episode 2

Episode 2

Today's conversation is with Lucy Rowett a sexologist and intimacy coach. Lucy talks to me about her journey in life with a religious background and navigating chronic illness, shame culture and opening up to learning about...

Episode 1

Episode 1

In this first episode of the Dissected Woman podcast I wanted to bring to talk to you about something that I love, Breathwork. Breathing is so natural to us we don't even need to think about it. At times though we breath in...