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MC YOGI (aka Nicholas Giacomini) grew up in Northern California, painting graffiti & listening to hip hop music.
At age 18, on a whim, he joined his father for a yoga and meditation intensive with a famous spiritual teacher from India. Deeply moved by this unexpectedly powerful experience, MC YOGI devoted most of his free time to learning everything he could about the ancient discipline. He spent the next two years studying the physical forms of yoga as well as meditation, philosophy, and devotional chanting.
MC Yogi’s dedication to yoga did not diminish his lifelong love of hip hop. Now, by combining Indian music and mythology with infectious hip hop beats, MC Yogi creates an exciting new sound for a new generation of modern mystics, urban yogis, and
For a good time, sit next to the beat-happy, Krishna-crazed love magnet known as MC Yogi as he works his creative magic up in his Northern California studio, Photoshopping all kinds of dazzling personal India travel photos into wild collage art that will serve as backdrop for his “cosmic, electrifying” new shows with one hand, while simultaneously blasting tracks from his latest record, Pilgrimage, with the other.
Do this while Yogi casually spins the hip-hop, zig-zag, indie-flick story of his life to date. Do all this and be charmed, amazed and hooked.
When American paratrooper Arthur Boorman returned home injured from the Gulf War, doctors told him he'd never walk unassisted again. One too many jumps led to chronic back and knee problems making his military workout a thing of the past. For 15 years, Boorman believed them. Consequently, his weight ballooned to 297 lbs. But, at 47 years old, the disheartened veteran discovered yoga in a newspaper article about DDP yoga.
As demonstrated in the incredible viral YouTube video, the non-impact yoga workout helped Boorman shed 140 lbs in 10 months.
During this fascinating show, Yogi Amandeep shares his wealth of yogic wisdom - culled from his practice and experience as well as historic and cultural about yogic thought and the lineage of Kundalini Yoga. The word that kept coming to me during this show was 'Beautiful', as he shared the roots of the concept of 'beej' or 'seed' mantras. This discussion went way back into the yogic philosophy of the origin of matter - first there was shunia...then vibration...from there was sound. And there were 108 beej sounds. He also talked about the concept of 'Vortexs' that develop at the place a Master leaves his or her body. We covered a lot of territory in this short 1/2 hour! Yogi Amandeep travels the world teaching workshops, leading yatras, and providing addiction & recovery programs. His upcoming events include Yogi's Cave : Birth of a Vortex in Espanola in September and two Yatras to India in December. For more info and events click here.
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Brian Leaf is the director of the New Leaf Learning Center and the author of twelve books, including Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi and most recently Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi. His work has been featured in Yoga Journal, Yoga International, USA TODAY, and The Huffington Post, and he blogs for Mothering.com and Kripalu.org. Visit Brian at his website, www.Misadventures-of-a-Yogi.com.
Yogi Cameron left the world of high fashion in 1998 to seek the higher path available to all of us. He began his ongoing studies in Ayurveda at Arsha Yoga Vidya Peetam Trust in India under the guidance of his guru Sri Vasudevan after training at the Integral Yoga Institute in New York City and Yogaville of Sri Satchidananda. Since then, Yogi Cameron has worked with individuals throughout the world to provide them with these ancient methods to live healthier, greener, more spiritually-minded lives in accordance with the Ayurvedic and yogic path. Using a combination of treatments, meditation, herbal remedies and diet guidance, Yogi Cameron helps treat specific conditions and set his clients on a path to greater mental, physical, and spiritual health. A primary goal of this path is helping each person find their purpose and practice.
With the help of the Amanuddin Foundation, Yogi Cameron has brought Yoga and meditation to Afghanistan as part of a peace and education program for Afghan children, soldiers, and other members of the civilian population. He also works with young girls rescued from sex trafficking practices in Cambodia in coordination with the Somaly Mam Foundation.
Join me on Monday, August 11th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome writer, yogi, activist, and musician Jessica Glendinning from Rebel Yogi. She joins me to discuss yoga changing the world, sustainability and burnout among world changers, making a positive impact, interconnectivity, and much more!
About Jessica: I am a writer, a yogi, a rebel. Along my path, this has looked like being a communications assistant at an environmental law firm, the founder of a volunteer-based startup, or the executive director of a small environmental nonprofit. Ultimately, I’m just trying to help people live their lives and run their businesses while also being good stewards. I care deeply about our planet and the people on it, and in the long run my work is about saving them both.
In my personal explorations of world-changing and environmentalism, I have felt the frustration of the fight – both against external forces as well as the infighting that so often detracts from positive change – and believe in the day when enough people will come to the realization that our planet is an intricately woven web of environment, health, agriculture, water, social justice… and that we are all connected.
Throughout my journeying, I have always felt that something was missing, that there had to be a better way of looking at the world, and a more sustainable method for caring for both ourselves and our mother earth. I spent many years approaching this from an activist’s perspective, on the front lines of the fight, burning intensely and wondering if there was an end in sight. Then, five years ago, I found my way on to my yoga mat for the first time.
For more info, visit http://www.rebel-yogi.com.
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On this week's radio show, author and yoga teacher Brian Leaf shares insights and hilarious stories from his newest book, "Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi: Cloth Diapers, Cosleeping, and My (Sometimes Successful) Quest for Conscious Parenting."
Brian Leaf, MA, is director of The New Leaf Learning Center, a holistic tutoring center in Massachusetts. In his work helping students manage ADD and overcome standardized-test and math phobias, Brian draws upon twenty-one years of intensive study, practice, and teaching of yoga, meditation, and holistic health. He is certified by The New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine and holds licenses or certifications as a Yoga Teacher, Massage Therapist, Energyworker, and Holistic Educator. He also incorporates Bach Flower Essences, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Reiki, Shiatsu, and Tai Chi into his work.
Brian is the author of eleven books, including Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi, Name That Movie!, and McGraw-Hill's Top 50 Skills for a Top Score. His books have been featured on The CW, MTV.com, Fox News, and Kripalu.org.
Brian lives in western Massachusetts with his wife and two sons.
Visit Brian online at www.misadventures-of-a-yogi.com
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Interview with Kenneth “Yogi” Jordan
Justice for Life is an outpatient judicial treatment alternative whose mission is to provide evidence-base interventions for individuals, so they can evolve to their optimal level of achievement. We believe that to stop negative habits and/or behaviors, individuals need internal motivation, professional insight, and viable skills to enact positive change. We know that to deter compulsive behaviors, interventions must utilize an eclectic approach that impacts the mind, body, and spirit. We know that individuals can transform in the cocoon from the worm to a butterfly.
The Porch’s is a distinctive blend of live online radio/television discussions and interviews in the field of news, sports and entertainment, with a mix of playful banter and serious dialogue to stimulate the listener’s mind and encourage conversation. The goal is to educate and provide useful information to the listener in laymen’s terms; as everyday individuals (the multimedia personalities) discuss “water cooler talk” as a sports’ fan or casual news observer as opposed to the typical media anchor/celebrity. As news and information comes in rapidly, we look to provide the listener/viewer with an in-depth discussion as to how these updated bulletins affect the sports world, entertainment, and society at large.
Casey Psychic,Medium and Yogi extraordinare visits No Ordinary Psychic Radio
She will be doing free 1 question readings for callers. ( Sorry No mediumship questions tonight)
Call in number is ( 3 2 3 ) 8 4 3 - 6 0 6 4
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If you keep calling and the lines are busy Hang up and keep recalling we will continue the show for 15 extra minutes in Archives so make sure your connected by Phone no later then 9:29pm PST for the last 15 minutes or you will not get through at all.
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