Reframe Club's podcast series helps you unlock a peaceful relationship with food and your body. Drawing on Rose and James's years of experience from within the health and fitness industry, with advice from experts in nutrition, fitness, mindfulness, and body acceptance. We are a Not for Profit - Community Interest Company. In this series Rose and James talk to inspiring individuals who have either made a change in their own lives or who help people every day to find a different way of thinking about health and wellbeing.


February 17, 2022 48 min

Seeing the wood for the trees is something Kate Tilston is master at. Kate’s life coaching methods focus on taking practical steps that ensure her clients are successful at making the changes they want to see in their lives. 

Kate is honest and authentic, both of which shone through in our discussion. Kate shares openly about her own battles with an eating disorder and her journey to recovery and we touch upon the importance of sup...

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Carly Lightbown is a weight and size-inclusive PT, a HAES advocate, and founder of 'A Body to Live For.' An inclusive community celebrating what our bodies can do. 

In today's episode, Carly shares openly about her recovery from disordered eating and how her relationship with exercise has changed over time and led her to adopt a health-centric approach to fitness. We talk about how the HAES and Intuitive Eating Movement...

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Content Note: Eating Disorders and Eating Disorder Recovery. 

Rebecca Perkins and Bea Arscott, mother and daughter - have first-hand experience of battling with an eating disorder. They know how tough it can be, both for the person suffering and those caring for them. However, they have made it out the other side and are now helping others to recover. 

In today’s episode, we talk openly and honestly about eating disorder recovery. ...

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Rose is chatting with Nicola Hatfield. Nicola is a Mindset & Success coach on a mission to help women achieve fulfilment by developing the confidence to create the life they want. 

We recorded this episode at the beginning of the summer, as we took tentative steps out of lockdown restrictions and toward a new kind of normal. This shapes a lot of what we talk about in the show. 

What does it mean for our boundaries as many of us...

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Blogger Holly Moscrop describes herself as a twenty-something Yorkshire lass. Despite faulty health (a diagnosis at 16 of a neurological condition, called Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E., also known as CFS), and its friend PoTS.) Holly is determined to find her place in the world of agriculture.

We chat about disability, inclusivity and accessibility in the countryside. Building an aligned and purposeful life and how nature is alwa...

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Do you never wake up feeling refreshed? Do you lie awake at night listening to the clock tick and the heating creak? 

Then this is for you.

In this fascinating interview sleep expert, Beatrix Schmidt shares a wealth of knowledge on how we can truly improve the quality of our sleep. No lavender sprays required!

Beatrix is a sleep coach, professional speaker and the author of The Sleep Deep Method.

Sleep is a fundamental but often ov...

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It is impossible to make changes and overcome barriers if our motivation for starting a journey toward better health, wellbeing, or career success isn’t coming from the right place.

In today’s episode, we explore how we can stay motivated to make lifelong changes with Personal Coach Johnny Lawrence.

Johnny Lawrence is a people-centered, forward-focused life coach and self-development specialist that focuses on addressing your n...

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Series 2 of the Reframe podcast launches today, with guest Becky Scott Founder and Instructor of @missfitsworkouts. Becky is working to help create a safe, welcoming and accepting health and fitness industry. 


We talk about weight stigma in the fitness industry, the true meaning of a healthy relationship with food and exercise, intuitive eating, movement and more. Open, honest and motivating. Well worth a listen!


Becky foun...

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The relationship between stigma, privilege, inequality, and diet culture.

Karen Preene is a fitness professional offering online coaching services for people seeking a non-diet approach to exercise and health. Karen and her clients collaborate together to design flexible programmes, designed just for you. With Karen, you’ll work to explore and redefine your relationship with exercise outside of diet culture.

You can learn more abou...

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Choosing to become sober and mindful drinking is today's topic. 

Jules Rutherford is the founder of Sobersistas, a teacher, mentor, journaler, and sober woman from Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK.

Jules gave up drinking alcohol after a 40-year love/hate relationship with it. Jules decided to stop drinking for 30 days to see how it felt.  At the end of the 30 days, the transformation Jules experienced in mind, body, and spirit was...

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The relationship between the physical world and our own wellbeing.

Gillian Burke is a biologist, presenter, public speaker, voiceover artist, writer, and mother. With a passion for science and storytelling, Gillian seeks to use her experience, knowledge, platform, and voice to help make the world a better place.

Gillian shares how her relationship with food and her body has changed over time, with the influence of fitness, family, ...

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How to turn failure into confidence 

In this upbeat and inspiring chat, Rose is talking to Transformational Coach Jessica Peace on what it takes to reframe our negative beliefs and perceived failures to learn and grow in confidence. Allowing us to lead what Jess describes as a ‘wholehearted life’.

So much in this positive interview.

You can learn more about Jess and her work via her Instagram account here


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September 22, 2020 31 min

James is chatting to Counsellor and body and self-acceptance specialist Malachy Dunne. Founder of Counselling Practice, Training Centre, and Wellness Clinic Lifetime Therapy.

Malachy’s humanistic counseling approach is very much aligned with our work at Reframe Club, focusing on the power of compassion; and, how through compassion for both ourselves and others we can heal and grow.

This is such an authentic and valuable interview. ...

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September 15, 2020 48 min

How to build resilience in ourselves and our children.

Today we are talking to expert resilience coach Pam Cottman. Rose first met Pam through an Instagram event where she was delivering a workshop on building resilience and it was Pam’s warm, authentic, and a rather brilliant way of holding the room’s attention that made her workshop by far the best of the day.

We can’t wait to share her work with you today. We underestimate the p...

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How to create body acceptance and confidence.

Today we are chatting to Health at Every Size advocate, Body Image Therapist, personal trainer, and fitness instructor Mel Williams.

Mel adopts a Health at Every Size approach to her work and is the founder of Body Positive Cornwall. A support group that helps women cultivate body acceptance and confidence through workshops, either in person or online.

Mel shares her own story of overco...

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Overcoming the overwhelm and our overthinking tendencies.

This is one of our juiciest and jam-packed interviews yet! Certified life coach Gabrielle Treanor shares so many wonderful insights and strategies for overcoming the overwhelm and our overthinking tendencies. Helping us feel calmer and more empowered.

We hope you love this episode as much as we do.

You can learn more about working with Gabrielle, her courses, podcast and sup...

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Sometimes we meet extraordinary people and sometimes we meet extraordinary people who have done extraordinary things.

Gail Muller describes herself as undefined by pain and driven by purpose. An adventurer, writer, and endurance hiker, Gail suffered from a debilitating chronic pain syndrome that impacted every part of her life. In today’s Body Stories Gail shares how she overcame terrible mental health issues and the prognosis that...

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Intuitive Eating, Movement and Food Freedom. 

In today’s Body Stories we are chatting to health blogger, personal trainer, and Intuitive Eating advocate Molly Williams.

After a restrictive and difficult relationship with food and exercise in the past, Molly discovered food freedom through Intuitive Eating. Molly now uses her online presence to champion an intuitive approach to food, physical fitness, and mental health. So that othe...

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The art of true listening and empathy skills. 

Mandy describes herself as mum, communications coach, motivational speaker, soul midwife and rock in progress. Mandy’s extraordinary role as an end of life bedside companion, led to her writing the ground-breaking book Being Rock. Exploring what it truly takes to listen, support, and be alongside one other. We know from our work that the ability to hold space for someone can be instrum...

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Making Peace with Food with Eating Disorders Counsellor Harriet Frew. 

Harriet Frew is a specialist counsellor, supporting people to overcome disordered eating and find peace with food. Harriet currently works full-time for the NHS Adult Eating Disorder Service in Cambridge as well as writing, podcasting, and appearing on BBC radio.

In today’s interview, Harriet shares her own experiences with an eating disorder.

How diet culture i...

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