Online Dating, Peter Pans and Orgasmic Meditation Take Center Mic
Ep. 1: November 19, 2015
In this day and age of swiping to the left, finding meaningful and lasting connections can be roooouuugggh. On this episode Maria describes the crap that is online dating, Lamat gives single people looking for that special person some hope, Ashley clues us in on "Peter Panning" and Jamarr gives us a lesson on orgasmic meditation. Yup. You read that right.
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[This episode is best suited for adults]
Ashley is woman with many talents. She sings. She performs improv. She teaches yoga to babies! Ashley is also the Co-founder at Digital Detox Retreats, a company whose mission is to inspire, educate and empower our generation to create more mindful and balanced lives, both online and off. Shows: ZenDotCom
Maria is a Chilean American, born and raised in Hawaii, who is driven to make scalable social impact. Trained professionally as a ballet dancer, Maria currently lives in San Francisco and works for Children International, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring real and lasting change to children living in poverty. Shows: 360BayArea
Jamarr describes himself as an Entrepremedian (ask about it). Prior to inventing that word, Jamarr was born and raised in New York City’s Spanish Harlem. And after an accomplished career serving as a Marine and Naval Officer, Jamarr caught the comedy bug…and there’s no ointment that can clear that up. Shows: Beats Geek Chic, 360BayArea
Lamat is a yoga teacher at Yoga Mayu in San Francisco. She describes herself as passionate, caring and charismatic. Lamat’s goal is to help people find joy in whatever it is that they do. Lamat embarked on the yogic path in her dear friend's backyard during a beautiful spring day. From that moment on, yoga grew to be one of her deepest passions and continues to evolve with the ebb and flow of life.Shows: 360BayArea