In this episode, Mike Love, musician, healer, and activist, discusses his musical background from being raised to a musical family on Oahu, Hawaii to developing his innovative musical style of Conscious Roots Rock Reggae.
In this episode, Amy Sproston, ultra trail runner and world traveler, shares her background in running, from running with her father when she was in middle school to discovering trail running through Virginia Happy Trails Running Club as an adult. Amy reflects on the struggle and sense of accomplishment of ultra distance races, calling upon the memory of her first ultra-distance race. She discusses her recent win at HURT 100-mile race in Hawaii and her recovery process after the race. Amy reflects on her travels to Ethiopia, including her perspective on how Ethiopians use trail running as part of their training. She gives anecdotes from her experiences with running in Bolivia, Iraq, Japan, and Afghanistan. Amy provides insight on the growth of ultra running and notes important mentors to her in the trail community. Lastly, Amy previews upcoming races on her calendar for 2015.
Ask the Yogi Runners is a new bi-monthly show on Running On Om hosted by Julia Hanlon and Susie Stephen In each episode we aim to answer some of the most frequently asked questions that we have received, as yoga teachers, runners and coaches – about the separate activities of yoga and running and also how to combine the two. In our second episode, we first recap Susie’s experience as a volunteer at the HURT 100 mile race on Oahu, Hawaii and her upcoming marathon plans. We then dive into questions about whether runners can pass the point of healthy flexibility and the role of heated yoga in runner’s training.
Ask the Yogi Runners is a new bi-monthly show on Running On Om hosted by Julia Hanlon and Susie Stephen In each episode we aim to answer some of the most frequently asked questions that we have received, as yoga teachers, runners and coaches – about the separate activities of yoga and running and also how to combine the two. In our first episode, after a few introductions and scene setting conversations, we dive into questions about how to begin a yoga practice, and if you’re a runner, how to include yoga with the demands of a training plan.
In this episode, Carly Wilson, surfer and yogi, shares the story of how her mother first taught her to surf. She discusses all things surfing– how to navigate fear of waves, what kind of board she uses, and the variability of a surfing session. Carly reflects on her experience as a woman in the sport and her female inspirations in the surfing world. Carly reveals what she thinks about when riding a wave. She explores the intersection between yoga and surfing. Carly explains the role of nutrition in her life– both as fueling her sport and her sponsors. Lastly, Carly expresses her excitement to go back to school to study sustainable food systems of Hawaii.
This time last year, I was living on Oahu, Hawaii, studying at the University of Hawaii at Manoa One of my favorite treats I discovered on Oahu were acai bowls. They are a delicious, superfood-filled breakfast to get your day started on a tropical note! Adding Purely Elizabeth’s Ancient Grain Granola even betters the yum! Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of freeze dried Acai powder 1 frozen banana 3/4 cup of frozen berries 3/4 cup of almond milk 1 teaspoon of honey 1 tablespoon of hemp seeds 1 cup of Purely Elizabeth Granola (Cranberry Pecan is my favorite flavor) Recipe: Blend the …