In this episode, Kyleanne Hunter, former attack fighter pilot, scholar, activist, and athlete, discusses gender equality in the military and beyond.
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, Amanda Stuermer, founder of World Muse, writer, activist, and editor of Muse Magazine, provides insight on discovering your inner muse. Amanda reflects on her journey developing self awareness, self expression, and self empowerment. She discusses the importance of finding mentors and how they have expanded her activism work.
In this episode, Kyle Finch and KamGi Chak, founders of Be Love Apparel and social activists, tell the story of how they met in Thailand and their journey creating their home in Topanga, California. They reveal what inspired them to start their apparel company Be Love. Kyle and KamGi discuss the power of the yoga community and how it has helped Be Love grow. They explain what organizations Be Love supports with their profits, including the LA-based Alexandria House. Kyle and KamGi reflect on the challenges they have encountered in owning their own company. They provide insight on how Be Love remains authentic in the fashion world. Lastly, Kyle and KamGi share unexpected moments of discovering their Be Love apparel and how they unplug from work.
In this episode, Sara Hall, professional runner and cofounder of the Hall Steps Foundation, gives the inside scoop on her life as a professional runner for Asics, her relationship to her faith, and the social justice work she has done that has brought her around the world. She discusses how she began running at 13 years old and the freedom running gave her as an adolescent. Sara recounts her time at Stanford University and weighs what she loves more– track or cross country. She explains her preparations for her debut of a 2014 Fall marathon. Sara shares how running has taught her perseverance and how her Christian faith centers her life. She describes her journey with the Hall Steps Foundation and her travels in Ethiopia and Kenya. Sara reflects on her relationship with her husband Ryan Hall, also an accomplished professional runner, and their involvement with Team Run Flagstaff. Lastly, Sara reveals her inspirations– from Lauren Fleshman as a mentor to cooking omelets with Ryan.
In this episode we discuss how Faith Hunter, yoga teacher and social activist, discovered yoga as a way to cope with her brother Michael dying of AIDS. Faith explains her yoga teacher training background with the Laughing Lotus School and how she has evolved her teaching into her signature style of Embrace Your Flow. She discusses her work in Haiti and how listeners can become involved in either trainings or a retreat in Haiti. Faith shares her biggest personal inspiration and what she is looking forward to in 2014.