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Author: Rory Kinsella

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Not-Quite Alcoholics provides tips, advice and inspiration for the sober curious and those in the process of changing their relationship with alcohol or going alcohol-free. Join your host Rory Kinsella, a meditation teacher, sober coach and the creator of the Wise Monkey Way system of using meditation to help moderate or quit alcohol. https://www.wisemonkeyway.com
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In this episode of the Not-Quite Alcoholics podcast I’m joined by Cam Cooney. Cam is a Vedic Meditation teacher based in Glasgow in the UK. Cam came to meditation after an emotional meltdown at work led him to google “how to be happy” and found a top ten list where #8 was meditate.He realised that smoking weed, drinking alcohol and suppressing his emotions wasn’t working so set about exploring meditation.After dabbling with many different techniques and apps and study all over the w...
In this episode, I’m joined by Janet Gourand, the founder of Tribe Sober, a community of people changing their relationship with alcohol.Janet is originally from London but has been living in Cape Town for the last 20 years. When she decided to stop drinking alcohol she could find very little support in South Africa and didn’t want to go down the rehab/AA route, so after getting sober her own way, she decided to use background in training and development to develop a program of her own. ...
In this episode, I'm joined by my friend Claire Robbie to talk about how meditation is core to her sobriety and how she uses it to help others.Claire is a meditation and yoga teacher based in New Zealand who is the founder of The School of Modern Meditation where she teaches Awareness Insight Meditation. Claire also runs The Reset Program, a 90-day program that helps people reset their relationship with alcohol and is the founder of No Beer Who Cares events. Claire had a key part to play in m...
This week I’m joined by Andrew Addie, CEO of Untoxicated, an organisation that describes itself as “a thriving tribe of around 9,000 sober and sober curious people passionate about having a laugh, meeting new mates and smashing social norms along the way”.Before Andrew quit drinking, he had been a binge drinker who found himself drinking everyday when he reached his thirties.Andrew compares coming out as a non drinker to when he came out as gay and shares the tips and strategies that helped h...
This week I’m joined by Neradine Tisaj, a media and brand consultant, meditation teacher, mentor, cancer warrior and writer. When she was diagnosed with cancer, Neradine vowed to quit alcohol completely for three years to help her recovery. Little did she know her friends and family would often be so unhelpful that she would find it easier to pretend she was drinking than reveal she wasn’t.In this episode, she shares many of the tips and tricks she learned and answers the question of whether ...
This week on the Not-Quite Alcoholics podcast I’m joined by my old friend and former boss, the legendary Jamie East, aka Mr Holy Moly.We reminisce over old boozy times like when I lost the “sacred” Holy Moly glove puppet while drunk on assignment at the MTV Europe Music Awards, bought a replacement and denied the whole thing. But more importantly, Jamie talks about his experience of quitting alcohol four years ago and how it took a couple of years to come round to the fact that he was an alco...
In this episode, I’m joined by my first guest! Alex McRobbs is a self described Former Party Girl turned Sober Coach & Yoga Teacher. Alex is originally from Canada, now based in Bali, via Abu Dhabi.She is the founder of the Mindful Life Practice virtual yoga and meditation school and is the host of the Sober Yoga Girl Podcast.Connect with Alex here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexmcrobsWebsite: https://www.themindfullifepractice.comPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/u...
Welcome to the Not-Quite Alcoholics podcast with Rory Kinsella.In this first episode, Rory talks through his journey to going alcohol-free in 2017.He never considered himself an alcoholic but realised the cost of drinking had long started outweighing the benefits. After years of binge drinking and periods of drinking everyday, Rory decided to quit four years ago and since then has been using his meditation teaching to help other people moderate or quit. Listen to his story here.More info on W...
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