In this episode, Jason and Chelsey Magness, professional multi-sport athletes and yoga teachers, explore the joys and challenges in adventuring racing and Slackline Yoga.
In this episode, Derek Sarno, Senior Global Executive Chef for Whole Foods Market and co-founder of Wicked Healthy discusses navigating grief and bringing plant based cooking to Whole Foods Market.
Real Talk Reflections is a monthly series on Running On Om, where Nicole Antoinette and Julia Hanlon have honest, real talk on what it means to reflect, review, own your goals, and commit to your life. In this episode, Nicole and Julia discuss letting go of control, cultivating courage, and transforming your self talk.
In this episode, Bonnie Weeks, yogi, fitness lover, mother, and blogger, reflects on the power of Instagram, as her renowned account @carrot_bowl_bonnie, has opened her heart and life to a new community and spiritual practice.
In this episode, Kyle Pietari, ultra runner, law student, and father discusses the balancing act of his many roles. Kyle reflects on his recent second place finish at the historic Leadville 100-mile race in August 2015. He explains the impact barefoot running has had on his running form.
In this episode, China Forbes, singer for Pink Martini and songwriter, discusses music, mental Illness, and saying yes. She opens the podcast with an acoustic ukulele version of “The Northern Line,” the theme song for the movie “Infinitely Polar Bear,” a film about her childhood. China explains her musical background, from her love of Donna Summer in her youth to performing in Evita during her freshman year at Harvard.