In this episode, Rob Bell, international teacher, author, and pastor, explores how structure breeds spontaneity. Rob reflects on the importance of hard work and devoting oneself to their craft as a pathway to success.
In this episode, Julie Piatt, plant-based chef, author, healer, musician, and yogi explores how to connect to your primal pulse. Julie provides insight from the spiritual path of motherhood and being an old soul. She reveals how her meditation practice is a channel to her primal pulse.
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, Anna Sabatino, life coach and founder of CS Driving School, explores what it means to listen to the messages in your life. Anna recounts her journey leaving corporate America to become a life coach. She reflects on her healing process from trauma that she experienced in her life coach training.
“What’s your training? What are you training for? Where’s your energy going? To evaluate the direction of your life, realize that the simplest movements can be profound.” * In this episode, Demetri Velisarius, creator of PranaDandaYoga, former competitive boxer, bicycle racer, social worker, experienced meditator, and Prana Flow Yoga teacher, shares about his experience leaving high school and immersing himself in the practice of boxing through owning Rocky’s Gym and his competitive boxing training. He discusses his return to school in his adulthood when he studied to become a social worker. Demetri traces his journey into training the mind through meditation, from his first meditation lecture to participating in a 108-day silent meditation retreat. He explores how boxing, bike racing, meditation, and yoga have all taught him to train the mind, body, and spirit. Demetri recounts his first meeting with Shiva Rea, his yoga teacher, now life partner, and the story of how they fell in love. He explains his development of PranaDandaYoga, a revolutionary movement practice that involves holding a five-foot staff while flowing through yoga sequences. Lastly, Demetri reveals his vision for PranaDandaYoga and his teaching journey.
Lisa Hamilton, fellow yogi runner, writer, and ROO Podcast interviewee #66, asked me to contribute a few words on my understanding of “the zone” for her book, “The Conscious Runner.” Released less than a month ago, I have finally had the opportunity to read through her published piece and am blown away by her honesty, innovation, and thoughtfulness. “The Conscious Runner” is not only a guide that will teach you how to run mindfully, but also tells the powerful story of Lisa’s life, from overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder to almost qualifying for the Olympic trials. I am honored to be …