PRESS & MEDIA
GEORGINA LANGDALE BIO
The first 25 years of Georgina’s professional career included running a cultural communications agency in London, working for the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew and at the United Nations Environment Programme on a major study into human impact and interrelationship with biodiversity and ecosystems.
It was nature she instinctively turned to for support after childhood trauma. This led to life-long studies into how we have worked with nature for healing and connection throughout time.
Trained as a herbalist, massage therapist, reiki master and shamanic healer, as well as in environmental science. This has included studying with Alberto Villoldo at the Four Winds Light Body School, Sandra Ingerman, Rosemary Gladstar and with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Georgina is passionate about communicating the healing power of nature and is frequently asked to speak at events, she has written articles and columns for publications and has appeared on national television. Hundreds of people have attended one of her workshops. She is currently developing online learning opportunities and writing a book.
In 2018 Georgina received an award from Good Magazine for her work helping people connect to nature to help them through life transitions. She has also been a finalist for New Zealand Sustainability Champion.
In 2013 Georgina created her natural products business, Archeus and in 2019 launched georginalangdale.com.
tv3 breakfast programme
Georgina appeared on live outside broadcast of TV3’s breakfast programme.
Life & Leisure
The beautiful setting of Georgina’s apothecary in Poraiti, featured in this profile of her work and home.
Georgina featured in two articles in this issue of Viva.
In the first they explore how she started Archeus.
In the second, she is noted in a review of the beautiful Cape South retreat.
PURE BEAUTY GLOBAL AWARDS
Georgina’s formulation skills were international recognised when her Archeus Botanic Repair Balm was shortlisted for Best New Premium Skincare Product in the inaugural Pure Beauty Global Awards.
Georgina won the Good Person Award for the beauty industry for her work connecting people to the healing power of nature.
Sunday magazine featured Georgina (and her pooch, Puffle) in their homes feature.
Element magazine commissioned Georgina as a columnist for its final three issues.
National Radio - sense of place
National Radio recording of a presentation and panel discussion at the Sense of Place conference, I was really privileged to be a part of.
The panellists are David Trubridge, furniture maker in Havelock North; Glenn Schaeffer, a businessman and arts philanthropist based in Nelson; Georgina Langdale of Archeus in Hawke’s Bay; Davey Hughes of Swazi in Levin; Bryan Cadogan, Mayor of Clutha and demographer Dr Tahu Kukutai.
Georgina’s bit starts at 22.51.
Herbal alchemy is the topic of this month’s column written by Georgina for Element.
SUStainable business network
In 2015, Georgina was shortlisted as a Finalist for Sustainability Champion in the annual SBN Awards
Regional publication Bay Buzz profiled Georgina when she returned to the Bay