In this episode, MC YOGI and Amanda Giacomini, yoga teachers and artists, muse on creativity, spirituality, and art.
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, 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.
In this episode, Emory Hall, photographer, filmmaker, and world traveler, explores the spiritual path of traveling around the world. She discusses her experience touring with her husband and musician Trevor Hall as his creative director. Emory reflects on the first time she traveled to Nepal, visiting the desert Gangetic plains to isolated villages in the high Himalayas.
In this episode, musician Trevor Hall, explores the spiritual practice of music. Trevor discusses the tour lifestyle, from the demanding schedule to his experience as a conduit for the music flowing through him. He reflects on his spiritual background, including how he found the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba.
In this episode, Liz Anjos, musician known as Pink Feathers, keys and vocalist for RAC, and runner for the Oiselle Team, explores the performative experience of running and music. Liz shares the meaning behind Pink Feathers, her solo music act, and reflects on her classical piano background. Liz discusses how she balances marathon training when she is on tour with RAC, including a recount of her most recent training for the Berlin Marathon.