With access to 2 million podcasts and over 48 million episodes it’s not easy to find the best ones fast! So we’ve done some research for you and come up with our best picks of the wellbeing podcasts. Here’s our top 7 with a blend of tips, strategies, stories, interviews and practical advice. Focused on wellbeing, these 7 podcasts are presented by industry thought leaders who provide insightful knowledge and an engaging experience.
If you haven’t jumped on the podcast bandwagon, we highly recommend it! Podcasts provide a convenient way to access content, from education to entertainment, just like music, there is something for everyone! Whether you incorporate these podcasts into your daily commute, weekly walks or your ever elusive down-time, these podcasts are a great opportunity to take time out and prioritise your own wellbeing.
Radio Headspace – Andy Puddicombe
Join former monk and Headspace co-founder Andy Puddicombe in his popular podcast to help people move away from the internal chatter and consider how to live a life that best reflects our limitless potential. Released every weekday, this podcast is perfect for listeners who are new to podcasting or short on time, each episode is under 5 minutes!
Recharge Your Mental Health – Chelsea Pottenger
- (20-25 minute episodes OR 5-10 minute Guided meditations)
- Apple podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher
Chelsea Pottenger is an international motivational speaker and accredited mindfulness and meditation coach. In her podcast ‘Recharge your Mental Health’ her aim is to share stories to help you reset, recharge and navigate the challenges of everyday life. This podcast was created for busy people who want to get up to speed fast on the topics and tools health and wellbeing professionals are talking about. Tune in for interviews with inspiring guests and short meditation sessions and tips.
Happy Families Podcast – Dr Justin Coulson
A leading parenting and wellbeing expert, Dr Justin Coulson’s ‘Happy Families’ podcast is for parents who are looking for answers but don’t have time! The short and concise episodes focus on a specific topic each week and provide simple strategies informed by his expertise. The podcast promises positive results, being the quickest way to gain the knowledge and information you need to make your family happier.
Infinite Potential – Deepak Chopra
- (40 minute episodes)
- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Audacy, Podbean, Stitcher
What makes us conscious beings and why does it matter that we are? In his first ever podcast, world renowned doctor and author Deepak Chopra holds a series of discussions with a fascinating group of decorated guests. This 17 episode series is great for those who like to indulge in the deeper focus and exploration of our infinite potential. Fans of Deepak’s meditations and books will appreciate his new podcast experience, the longer form content is great if you have time on your side!
Hurry Slowly – Jocelyn K. Glei
Successful author Jocelyn K. Glei wants to break from the idea that busy is better, more is better, faster is better. Hurry Slowly showcases how we can be more productive, creative, and resilient through the simple act of slowing down. Jocelyn talks to researchers and psychologists across a wide range of interesting subject areas including healing, attention & focus, time management, risk taking, work life balance, creativity and wellbeing.
Happier – Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen Rubin is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature. She’s known for her ability to distil and convey complex ideas with humour and clarity, in a way that’s accessible to a wide audience. Her podcast draws from cutting-edge science, ancient wisdom, lessons from pop culture – and her own experiences to deliver wellbeing advice to help create lasting healthy habits.
Wellness Rebellion – Maz Compton
Australian radio host and presenter Maz Compton brings a home grown podcast with Aussie humour into the wellbeing space. Chatting to health experts, Maz cuts through the fads, unpacking the trends with science to help you make informed decisions for your mind, body and soul. It covers interesting discussion on how to recover your sleep debt, the link between thoughts and your mood, and simplifying nutrition.