Bec Stone

What are you most passionate about?

I am passionate about finding and creating connection. This can be to nature, to your true self, to each other, and to finding purpose.

Why did you choose to work in the health industry?

I am a natural “helper” and enjoy being of service to others to help them live their best life possible. I find great joy in giving the gift of massage as it’s something I’ve found I love receiving for myself, and love that I’m able to pay this forward and share this with others.

What has been the biggest challenge you have overcome in your life?

Honestly, my biggest challenge has been becoming a mother and changing my thinking, perspective, priorities and schedule. Life becomes different when you have a baby, and it’s a big adjustment. Allowing some things to fall away to create space for the new has been part of my process but I believe it’s given me the opportunity to embrace a great strength that I’ve not found in myself before.

If you could give one word of advice what would it be?


What is the most inspiring quote you have heard?

“She believed she could, so she did!”

Do you have an ethos you live by?

I love mantras and the most important one I live by is Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bahvantu – “May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may my thoughts, words and actions contribute to freedom and happiness for all”. Goosebumps!

If you could invite any three people over for dinner (dead or alive), who would it be and why?

My Nan would be number one, I’d love to see her one last time and chat to her as an adult.

Someone funny, maybe Steve Martin because I love to laugh.

Russell Brand because the transformation he has had in his own life is incredibly inspiring and not only is he amazingly articulate, but also has a lot to say about the really important issues we face today.

And I want to add in an extra one! Matthew McConaughey because I don’t care what he says, I could listen to that southern drawl any day of the week.