Three uber-articulate dance performers, Jade McClellan, Molly Rose Kelly, and Rhea Strong, talk about the power of dance to heal individuals, as well as communities, in this thoughtful program. Myra Krein, founder and director of the Mosaic Dance Company, joins the conversation.
David Sellers, Street Food Institute’s Program Director; Mika Chavez, Lead Instructor of the Culinary Arts Program at SFCC; Jason Gleickman, Food Truck Manager; and Alex Garcia, recent CAP graduate all get in on the fun. Recorded in the commercial kitchen for the Street Food Institute's fab food truck.
People called them "hippies turned humanitarians" back in the 70's. Robert Reifel, board member of Plenty.org, was one of those folks. He shares heart-warming stories from his work in the South Bronx, on Pine Ridge Reservation, and at the Guatemala City dump, where 50,000-100,000 people live.
Oh boy, this is a fun show, featuring Norman Maktima, from Hopi/San Felipe Pueblo/Laguna Pueblo ancestry, and member of the U.S. National Flyfishing Team (soon to be competing in his 10th World Championship Team Flyfishing competition).
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New Mexico History Museum photography curator Daniel Kocharek loves lowriders almost as much as Melanie does. Check it the cool history of lowrider culture in this fun show.
David Sellers, chef at famed SantaCafe for ten years, is now the program director for an inspiring culinary program that trains entrepreneurs and young leaders how to make it in the food business ... through food trucks!
David's interview is fast-paced, fun, full of all sorts of goodies.
Jose Luis Stevens, internationally renowned author and teacher of shamanism, talks about the psychology of fear in this provocative show. It's a follow-up to his earlier show on Power.
If you're interested in more with Jose, scroll down through last year's podcasts.
If you're interested in understanding more about the psychology of fear, look for Amy McConnell Franklin's shows on emotional intelligence.
Popular Middle Eastern dancer, choreographer, teacher, costume designer and social activist Myra Krein is the guest.
Myra's a real expert in empowering girls, adolescents, and women of all ages to feel safe in their bodies, and safe in the world.
It's an interesting show … we explore the connections among dance, girls’ and women’s bodies and self-image, what it means to serve as a community leader, Myra's grandfather Alan Watts and, of course, happiness.
Martha Reich Braden is a multiple-award winning musician and healer. Martha’s music, and ability to articulate her process, make for a stimulating show.
Jaymin Patel is an international motivational speaker, talking about 21st leadership in business, especially to college students. He’s also a hip-hop fusion and Bollywood dancer and choreographer — what a combination. Bhangra, diversity, dance, leadership … it’s all in this vibrant show.
Beloved internationally renowned teacher and author of all things shamanic, Jose Luis Stevens PhD, returns for an intriguing show all about power: what it is, what it costs to make a bid for power, and so much more.
With DJ Dynamite Sol, holistic wellness expert Val Alarcon, and Bollywood Dance Invasion co-founder Brii Sebastian. Informative, touching, light-hearted — you don’t want to miss this one, folks.
Dr. Nick Cuttriss returns to talk about his passion as a social entrepreneur, and how he combines his passion for pediatric endocrinology with global health. Such a fascinating show!
Astrologer Merrylin LeBlanc returns for the seasonal fund drive show.
“The most important 3-word advice ever? Eat real food.” Dr. Nick Cuttriss, MD, MPH
Pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Nick Cuttriss talks about childhood obesity and diabetes in this informative show about food, health and happiness.
Beloved local mindfulness meditation teacher Michelle DuVal shares insights and how-to tips for understanding mindfulness, along with personal insights she learned from her father. This show is chock-full of information, folks.
contact Michelle DuVal: www.themindfulcenter.com
Happiness Book of the Week
10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works -- A True Story, by Dan Harris
"Don't eat anything your grandmother wouldn't recognize as food." Michael Pollan
Roland Richter, chef and owner of Joe's Dining in Santa Fe, shares his views on food and happiness. Because the choices we make about food are choices we make about our personal health, our families and communities, and the health of the planet.
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Happiness Book of the Week
This week it's a video series -- one of Roland's favorite cooking shows, called Chris Kimball's Cook's Country.
Terry Brunner, one of New Mexico's "Rainmakers" and State Director of the USDA's Rural Development program, discusses how his department has granted or loaned $1.6 billion to rural New Mexicans, as well as what makes New Mexicans happy and what needs to change. It's a provocative show.
contact Terry Brunner: www.rd.usda.gov/nm; 505-761-4950
Creative Santa Fe's Katelyn Peer returns for a fast-paced show about the exciting plans for Santa Fe's own Arts + Creativity Center. Katelyn is joined by Sabrina Pratt, main project consultant.
Live/work housing, cultural creatives, community resurgence and artists -- all this in just 30 minutes!
Two great guests -- Jeffrey Baker and John Braman -- share a lively discussion of the importance of nature in the learning experiences of children, as well as the overall health and well-being of everyone (no exceptions).
Ralph Steele — marriage and family therapist; long-time meditation teacher; founder of Life Transition Therapy center; expert in cultural diversity — talks about all of these things, and more in this rich show.
Yikes! The topic is a mouthful; nonetheless, it's a very important one. Silvia Stenitzer explains how it works, why it matters, along with simple how-to tips for using the latest neuroscience research to live happier.