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Deena grew up doing yoga since she was kicking in the womb, but it wasn't really until she found this sweatiness that the true love affair began. After many major physical injuries that limited her mobility and life traumas that held her down, Modo brought her back. She is greatly inspired to help people get out of physical and emotional pain and live life to the fullest.
Deena Robertson is the co founder of Moksha Yoga Danforth in Toronto, Moksha Yoga London in Ontario, and Modo Yoga LA. She was a member of the Moksha/Modo Teacher Training Faculty for nearly 8 years until she decided that wanted to focus full time in LA.
Her background in competitive basketball, volleyball and European handball was the seed for a strong passion to find ways to challenge the body while being mindful and attentive to long term health. Her classes will inspire you to challenge yourself to new heights and truly start to listen to yourself.
She is grateful for all her life lessons, and her teachers, greatest of all being her mother JJ who taught her that life is what you make it with such gems as "Shit happens, but suffering is optional!"
Warning: This show may get explicit as Dawn Robertson, Amazon bestselling author of erotica, joins us for an afternoon that promises to be anything but boring.
Angela Yuriko Smith will be your hostess for the afternoon as we listen in to find out all Dawn's deepest, darkest secrets... about being an author.
Please take a moment to thank our generous sponsor; The Eyes for Editing at theeyesforediting.com. Journal Jabber would not be possible without their generous support. See what's ahead on the schedule.
We've got a great show & guest line-up coming your way this Sunday night at 8pm CST / 9 pm EST. Don't miss it !!
Joining the show at 8:15pm will be former guest and UFC fighter Kenny Robertson. Kenny will be fighting Ildemar Alcantara at UFC 175 on July 5th. We'll talk about this and a whole lot more !
Recurring guest, Norm Kelly, will join us at 8:35pm. Norm Kelly is a life long Peorian. retired private investigator & paralegal , radio personality and noted author. Norm joins the show monthly to discuss the magnificent history of this " bawdy & lusty " river city.
Welcome to the *BRAND New Canadian Moto Show with the voice of BC Motocross and Arenacross Brent "Airmail" Worrall. We discuss everything relevant to the world of dirt bike racing and catch up with a Broad and all Inclusive cast of riders and experts involved with the sport of dirt bike racing in Canada.
The Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur national profile continues this week and this week we will profile the brother sister duo of Brooke & Hugh Henderson. We will also set up the Eastern rounds of the Womens Pro Nationals and talk to former champ Heidi Cooke.
Dusty Klatt was forced to take a step back from Pro Motocross and the former champ is now back on a motorcycle with a new deal which will see the future of the sport the better for it.
Colton Facciotti & Dylan Wright will check in with the show as we prepare for the resumpion of the Rockstar Nationals in Gopher Dunes this weekend.
Greg Small and I along with anyone else that wants to call in will brake down the 6 rounds of the series that remains in the east.
Jamie Hellam of Future West Productions will be on the show to get us up to speed on the upcoming Fall Arencacross Series. Which will have some major changes in it's scheduling.
Motocross Performance Magazine & Goldentyre have given us some great products to give away and this week we will continue those giveaways. So be prepared to give us a call to win a set of Goldentyres or some 100% Goggles or apparell 1-347-677-0979.
Tune in here Wednesday night at 6:00 pac 9:00 east http://www.canadianmotoshow.com
On June 2nd Brent's first album in 20 years, “Don’t Look Back,” will be released. The record features a ton of amazing collaborations, including Julian Lennon, Todd Rundgren, Charlie Peacock, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Rachael Lampa, Chris Rodriguez, and the first reunion in the studio of Bourgeois Tagg in 25 years.
Brent Bourgeois began performing on piano in Dallas clubs when he was only 13. He moved to California five years later with friend Larry Tagg and in 1984 formed the pop band Bourgeois Tagg with drummer Rick Walker and guitarist Lyle Workman. The group released a self-titled album in 1986 and Yoyo in 1987 (produced by Todd Rundgren). The single "Mutual Surrender (What a Wonderful World)" reached the charts in 1986, and the following year "I Don't Mind at All" hit the Top 40.