Nine Mountains Podcast
Anxious Man - Josh Roberts

Anxious Man - Josh Roberts

March 24, 2019

This week we had the pleasure of speaking to Josh Roberts. Josh first openly spoke about his anxiety disorder in an article he wrote for the Times titled 'Anxiety at 27: panic attacks and crying in the work loos'. Since then he has left his job to focus on writing his first book, 'Anxious Man', which will be published in February 2020.

Josh Roberts: www.joshroberts.co.uk

Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

Training, Recovery and Injury - Fran Campa & Rhys Chong

Training, Recovery and Injury - Fran Campa & Rhys Chong

March 17, 2019

This week we spoke to personal trainer Frans Campa, and physio Rhys Chong. They are both highly regarded in their fields and work together in helping athletes reach their peak physical and mental capabilities. We discuss their own journeys in sport, and how it has played a crucial role in their mental upkeep.

Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

Finding the Lord through darkness - Alex Cama

Finding the Lord through darkness - Alex Cama

March 10, 2019

After being diagnosed with bipolar Alex found a cure for his mental illness in an unconventional place, one which doesn't conform to usual medical practices. He did it by building a deep and powerful relationship with God and Christianity.

 Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

An everyday struggle - Bertie Russell

An everyday struggle - Bertie Russell

March 3, 2019

This week we spoke to Bertie, your everyday Londoner, who has come to grips with his depression and now strives to better understand himself and, most importantly, live a happy life.  His story and insights into depression are fascinating.

Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

Walking to Jerusalem: A journey from darkness into light - Guy Stagg

Walking to Jerusalem: A journey from darkness into light - Guy Stagg

February 24, 2019

In 2013 Guy Stagg made a pilgrimage from Canterbury to Jerusalem. Though a non-believer, he began the journey after suffering several years of mental illness, hoping the ritual would heal him.

Guy Stagg: www.guystagg.co.uk

Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

 

Re-aligning you with your calmest self - Alice Law, Lawali Life

Re-aligning you with your calmest self - Alice Law, Lawali Life

February 17, 2019

Founded by Alice Law, Lawali Life has been set up to re-align you with your calmest self, gain clarity and to get into a mindset that serves the best you.

Lawali Life: www.lawali-life.com

Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

Learning from Tribes - Bruce Parry

Learning from Tribes - Bruce Parry

February 10, 2019

We had the great privilege of speaking with Bruce Parry, who's experience in living with remote peoples brings a unique perspective on the mind.

Website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

Charity: www.jamesplace.org.uk

Rowing the Atlantic for James

Rowing the Atlantic for James

February 3, 2019

This week we speak to Harry Wentworth-Stanley & Rory Buchanan who, with two other close friends, rowed the Atlantic Ocean in memory of Harry's brother James.

To find out more about Nine Mountains, visit our website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

All our efforts are in aid of the charity James' Place: www.jamesplace.org.uk

Introduction to Nine Mountains

Introduction to Nine Mountains

January 29, 2019

Welcome to Series 1 of the Nine Mountains Podcast. We have been lucky enough to interview a fascinating mix of individuals. Ours guests share their experiences, insights and advice on how to navigate the mind.

To find out more about Nine Mountains, visit our website: www.ninemountains.co.uk 

All our efforts are in aid of the charity James' Place: www.jamesplace.org.uk