Well-being is not just whether you go to the gym or eat the right foods. We focus on “well” when the answer is in “being” your best self, every day. This course will teach you how to set goals, align your priorities, discover your purpose, and ultimately focus on what matters most in your life.
We created this program with the intention of bringing yoga to ALL people, especially those who need it the most, and might get it the least. Whether you’re in your living room, in a quiet corner of your office, or on your favorite yoga mat in the park, you’ll be joining fellow movers and breathers from around the world. Let's go on an incredible journey toward strength, flexibility, and peace of mind.
In Deepak’s mind-bending, spirit-uplifting course, The Nature of Reality, you will learn how matter, energy, information and everything we consider reality—from your next thought to the most distant star—is simply a modified form of yourself. When you understand that you are the universe, you unlock the spontaneous fulfillment of all your desires.
Marianne dismantles the barriers holding us back from building truly deep connections with the people in our lives, whether those relationships are romantic or with our parents, siblings, children, friends, or co-workers.
In Hacking Your Healthcare, Dr. Hyman explains how you can use your own doctor (no matter where in the world you may be) to harness the power of Functional Medicine and tackle the root causes of chronic disease. Learn which tests to ask for, how to ask for them, and how to understand the results. Discover how and why illness occurs and chart a path to holistic health. Don’t wait for the medical system to fix itself—transform your own healthcare, now!
Talking about race can be hard, scary and awkward—but it doesn’t have to be. Join Evelyn as she shares her academic insights on how to uproot implicit mindsets, deconstruct institutional power, and lay the groundwork for a more equitable and egalitarian society. By taking personal responsibility we can collectively improve the lives of those facing subtle and overt forms of prejudice and oppression.