youtime expands its digital offering

YOUTIME, the next frontier in digital wellness, has recently launched a podcast that exists as a purposeful source of inspiration and education for those wanting to seek a deeper connection with themselves and the world around them.

The wellbeing platform launched onto the Australian lifestyle scene in April 2022 as a hybrid content and e-commerce platform and in signature style, the youtime team has expanded its editorial offering by exploring intimate stories with exceptional people through its new podcast series – called It’s youtime.

Together, youtime founder, former celebrity hair stylist and beauty e-commerce mogul, Steve Terry, and his diverse cast of guests speak candidly on wellbeing, self-care, personal motivation, and holistic beliefs in a warm environment that feels as cosy as sitting in the chair with your favourite hair stylist, while getting some well-deserved you time.

Speaking on spirituality, personal journey and ambition with some of the country’s top music, sport, beauty and fashion identities, in season one you will hear from guests such as Nadia Fairfax (creative director & stylist), Gemma Watts (beauty expert), Tina Arena (singer & producer) and Layne Beachley (professional surfer), who share their most intimate stories and life lessons and covering a variety of topics.

Host Steve Terry said: “I spent 30 years as a hairdresser and a big part of the job was forging a connection with my clients. I loved listening to people, making them feel safe and at ease in my chair. As a hairdresser you build intimate relationships with people, and that is what I miss most about it. This podcast has been such a joy to record, as it takes me right back to those conversations.”

youtime is the brainchild of Terry, who fell in love with hairdressing when he was 15. His passion was grounded in the ability to impact people positively, empowering them to express themselves and feel good about themselves.

Terry’s career has seen him become one of the world’s most awarded and influential hairdressers. His awards include winning “Best British Artistic Team” for six consecutive years at the British Hairdressing awards as one of Toni & Guy’s key international artistic directors. He was one of its most internationally sought after educators for over a decade and was awarded the title of Australian Master at the AHFA for his contribution to Australian Hairdressing Internationally.

Today, he is driven by bringing beauty and wellbeing together in the most authentic manner and a burning desire for customer service, to drive change, do good, and to make a difference. This is where this next endeavour finds its DNA.

You can listen to the podcast here.