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Passing 4 Normal, hosted by Sharon Weil, is a show about Change. Her guests are remarkable, everyday heroes who create and adapt to change in their own unique and inspiring ways… and inform how you can too! Join us for lively discussions, fascinating insight, and valuable information. Sharon Weil is a filmmaker, healing artist, environmental activist, and the author of Donny and Ursula Save the World.

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When Sharon Weil talks with renowned structural bodyworker, Harvey Ruderian, they travel far. As a long time practitioner and instructor, (Aston Patterning, Rolfing, Bio-Dynamic Cranial Sacral Therapy, Visceral manipulation) Harvey's... more

Sharon Weil talks with Ann Gentry, founder/owner of Real Food Daily restaurants in Los Angeles, California about plant-based diets, and how she elevated vegetarian cooking to high cuisine. They talk about the role food plays in our... more

Sharon Weil, and movement artist and educator, Fred Sugerman, speak a common language when they talk about the space between performing arts and healing arts, and how they are connected. Both teachers of fluid movement (for... more

Permaculture Designer and Educator, Penny Livingston-Starksays, ?We have the technological solutions, why aren't we using them?? She's talking about solutions for climate health; organic food, water collection, and soil/carbon... more

Sharon Weil and Rebecca Mark, writer, poet, professor at Tulane University, delve into her unique practice of unearthing the Muse. Hers is a whole body approach to writing, one that moves seamlessly from words, to movement, to drawing, and... more

Sharon Weil talks with Michael Stocker, bio-acoustician, naturalist, and musician, about water, oceans, natural sound, and human-generated noise pollution in the ocean. His organization, Ocean Conservation Research, studies the impact and... more

Sharon Weil and James Stark continue their conversation, this time talking about Communities. James views communities to be like ecosystems; dynamic, interdependent, and ever-changing in order to thrive. One of the challenges of... more

Sharon Weil talks with James Stark about permaculture, tending the inner garden, and the wisdom of living in alignment with nature. He is co-founder and co-director of Regenerative Design Institute, a permaculture school that ?grows... more

Sharon Weil talks with Corinne Bourdeau, social change media producer and marketer, about how a captivating issue-oriented film can have a huge effect on the beliefs, hearts, and actions of the public. Bringing her innovative expertise... more

Sharon Weil continues her discussion with Robert Litman, breath and movement educator. This time they discuss how rather than an emotional issue, anxiety is a breathing issue that triggers an emotional response. Quite a revelation! More... more

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