In this episode, Rebecca Pacheco, yoga teacher, author, and entrepreneur, discusses staying inspired and practicing presence.
In this episode, Janet Stone, yoga teacher, environmental advocate, and chanting artist, discusses what it means to live a life of devotion.
In this episode, Amy Ippoliti, yoga teacher, environmentalist, and author explores the interconnection between yoga and the environment. Amy recounts her experience at a photoshoot where she practiced underwater yoga next to whale sharks and manta rays to create awareness for marine conservation, including the mental and physical training required for this endeavor.
In this episode, Hala Khouri, yoga teacher, somatic counselor, and activist, discusses transforming trauma through yoga and activism. Hala reveals the traumas she experienced that inspire her work, including leaving her home of Beirut, Lebanon as a young girl. She reflects on her yoga background from how a cancer diagnosis lead her to her first yoga class to her decision to become a yoga teacher.
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, Karen Fabian, yoga teacher, writer, and creator of Bare Bones Yoga, explores the reality of being a yoga teacher. Karen describes her style of teaching and how she knew she wanted to teach yoga. She discusses the impact of social media on the evolution of yoga in the United States. Karen shares the story of following her dream of starting her own company, Bare Bones Yoga, and the financial challenges she faced along the way.