GlobeSonic on the Hudson 9 will be going down at Pier I in Manhattan on Saturday, June 15 from 4-11 pm. Last year we drew 7,600 dancers to our eighth annual festival. This free event brings you the best beats from around the planet, spanning Africa, Asia, the Balkans, Jamaica and beyond.
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be on the faculty for the Yogis Anonymous and Strala Yoga Teacher Training programs this year. I will be teaching Yoga Philosophy: Historical Origins to Contemporary Applications at both, as well as modules on music and neuroscience and hands-on adjustments at Yogis Anonymous. You can apply for the YA training this summer in Los Angeles here.
I’m looking forward to returning to NYC for not only the GlobeSonic party, but for my Hip Deep workshop at Strala Yoga on June 15, as well as to DJ Yoga Soundscape at Kula Yoga on Friday, June 14. More information on that, as well as upcoming LA and Denver gigs, here.
My newest column, 21st Century Spirituality, has been running at Big Think since December. Every week I look at various issues affecting religion and spirituality in the context of modern society. There are quite lively debates in the comments every single week, so check out the topics—I often find new stories from the interactions I have with people on that site.