Podcasts

ABC Radio – This Weekend Life with Libbi Gorr

End of year exams are just around the corner so how can we help students study more productively and keep the nerves and pressure under control? Libbi Gorr chats with High Performance Mindfulness coach Emma Murray on why more study is not necessarily better and what techniques students can adopt to bring their best to their exams.

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Emma Murray on ‘Understanding Boys’

Emma Murray is a mum to four children –two of them boys. At the young age of 14, her eldest son Will – a talented footballer, basketballer and cyclist, suffered a tragic accident that left him with a quadriplegic injury. Emma has guided Will’s rehabilitation and family vision for the future –drawing on her High Performance Mindfulness practice to face life-changing challenges. In this podcast, Emma chats to Dr Ray Swan from Brighton Grammar about her journey.

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NSW Swifts Mindset Coach -Emma Murray on ‘The Netty Life’

In their quest to lift the Super Netball trophy this year the NSW Swifts engaged a secret weapon midway through the season. After losing three of their first seven games, including an upset to Adelaide Thunderbirds, the team decided they needed a shift in mindset if they were going to have a crack at the title. Enter Emma Murray.

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Emma Murray and Danny Kennedy

Emma Murray on The Fitness and Lifestyle Podcast

HPM founder Emma Murray joined Danny Kennedy on his podcast unpicking the concept of gratitude vs acceptance, how to re-frame unhelpful events or circumstances in your life and how to perform under pressure. Here’s a teaser…check out the full episode on iTunes and Spotify. Thanks for having us Danny!

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Dyl & Friends

Emma Murray on Dyl & Friends

HPM founder Emma Murray chatted with Dylan Buckley on the Dyl & Friends podcast. Thanks for having Em on the show Dyl! Check it out on Spotify & iTunes and YouTube Premier.

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Reframe your thoughts, with Emma Murray

All of us self-criticise. But we can be free of this hurtful habit. Mindfulness coach Emma Murray who helped AFL Club Richmond break a 37-year premiership drought, joins host, Jo Stanley, to explain the science behind our negative thoughts. She tells us how we can calm our emotions and reframe our thinking, even in the midst of grief, trauma and fear. Then Emma shares a mindfulness exercise that ignites self-awareness and restores self-acceptance.

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Love this moment, with Will Pucovski

How can a cricketer hit a double century, and feel sadness? Will Pucovski tells us how, during his greatest career success, he was emotionally at the lowest point of his life. Host Jo Stanley and mindfulness coach Emma Murray, explore how self-doubt can steal us of our joy, and how we can learn to love this moment. Then Emma teaches us an empowering exercise to control our destructive thoughts.

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Live your purpose, with Morgan Mitchell

Fear of other people’s opinions. It strips our confidence and disconnects us from who we want to be. Here, Olympic track and field athlete Morgan Mitchell tells how her fear of judgement was crippling her, and host Jo Stanley and mindfulness coach Emma Murray explore how Morgan overcame those destructive internal narratives. Then Emma teaches us a powerful breath exercise to shift our physiology away from fear.

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Overcome failure, with Scott McLaughlin

How do we overcome the shame of failing? Supercars Champion Scott McLaughlin tells us about losing what was supposed to be an unlosable championship for him, and host Jo Stanley and mindfulness coach Emma Murray explore the power of acceptance and celebrating your strengths. Then Emma teaches us a calming exercise that returns us to clarity and confidence.

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Heal your body, with Caroline Buchanan

BMX Champion, Caroline Buchanan, saved her own life with a breath exercise. Here she tells us about the horrific accident that nearly killed her, and how she has used mindfulness heal her body. Host Jo Stanley and mindfulness coach Emma Murray explore how, whether physical or emotional, you can shift your hurt. Then Emma teaches us a warming visualisation, that will change your pain.

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