Andrew FredericksAuthored on June 22, 2021
Andrew Fredricks is a Yogi, life coach, and so much more.
Learning through hardship was a theme since Andrew's youth and continues to serve as a primary source of learning. Bringing authenticity and humbleness to his teachings, Andrew strives to show up as a student that is learning to teach and is not afraid to grow from mistakes. Andrew is dedicated to Karma Yoga and teaches Yin, Hatha, Restorative, Yoga Nidra and Philosophy.
On this episode, Andrew shares his past, upbringing, and time in jail, as well as speaking to his healing journey, and his path to yoga and wellness. We speak about the importance of shadow work and what that looks like, and Andrew shares some practices that support his journey.
John EarlyAuthored on June 8, 2021
John Early is a Yogi, author, singer-songwriter and co-founder of Momentom Collective. His passion and projects in life are always defining new territory, and best approached through his favourite stanza by Hafiz: "Laughter, the glorious sound of a soul waking up!"
His award-winning book, Tales of the Modern Nomad – Monks, Mushrooms & Other Misadventures, delves into his decade of global backpacking through an eclectic layout of stories, photography, poetry and sidebar sketches.
John’s current mission is creating inspirational communities and alternate pockets of reality through artist residencies with Momentom Collective, a training ground for artists and entrepreneurs to uplevel their mind, body and spirit.
On this episode, we speak about gratitude and how starting the day from this place sets the tone for you, and John shares the accessible work he and his team are doing with creating residencies around the world. We also discuss how important joy and play are as we continue to journey home to self. We close with a spoken word piece that John created.
Tina Pashamati JamesAuthored on May 25, 2021
Tina is a Yogi, former mountaineer, marathoner and competitive equestrian rider who worked on Whistler ski patrol for eight years, living life to the fullest. Tina is a long-term vegan and plant-based advocate who works with cancer, depression, anxiety and PTSD patients.
She is also a cancer survivor who lives, eats and breathes the essence of what yoga is, steeped with Indigenous teachings, Ahimsa non harming. A vegan and animal activist, Tina is a true Bhakti Devotional practitioner.