JIP 080: Gabrielle Demmer

Gabrielle Demmer

Gabrielle Demmer: the importance of being your true self Demmer was born and raised in Miami, Florida and tells us about how belly dancing and Flamenco dancing from the age of 3 gave her self confidence to perform on stage but also how to be comfortable within her own body. She talks to us about…

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JIP 072: Séfora Chavarria

Sefora Chavarria

Séfora Chavarria: exploring nature as a child & designing tropical landscapes When we met Séfora for the 1st time, she was dressed as a fairy. So we start today’s episode with talking about self-expressing, the importance of being your authentic self and breaking the societal norms. Séfora then shares with us about growing up in…

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JIP 071: Angelique Andrade

Angelique Andrade

Angelique Andrade: autism and gender identify (she/they) We met Angelique during our Yoga Teacher Training in early 2021. During this training, they educated us about Autism. The conversations that we had were so interesting that we had to bring them on the show! In this episode Angelique openly shares with us how they felt when…

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JIP 068: Vanessa Arias

Vanessa Arias

Vanessa Arias: photographer’s journey from Venezuela to Hawaii Vanessa tells us about growing up in Venezuela and her childhood dreams of becoming a diplomat. She shares with us how much of a difficult decision it was to leave her family behind but after getting a green card through the Diversity Visa program and moving to…

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JIP 067: Julian Castro

Julian Castro

Julian Castro: quitting the “American Dream” to pursue creativity Julian grew up with a very creative childhood, always playing and creating. But his Portuguese parents were immigrants from Mozambique, and like most immigrant parents, raised him to work hard, go to college and “succeed”. They wanted him to live the “American Dream” that so many…

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JIP 064: Dianne Bondy

Dianne Bondy

Dianne Bondy: Yoga is for Every Body Dianne Bondy is a social justice activist, author, accessible yoga teacher, and the leader of the Yoga For All movement. She was a guest speaker during our 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training and we loved her talk so much, we decided to interview her for you. She shares with…

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JIP 054: Sue Marinello

Sue Marinello

Sue Marinello: producer, artist, super mom & art healer Sue has experienced so much in her life. She grew up in a very religious Mormon family where she had strict rules to abide by and not much freedom or self-expression. In her teenage years, she started photography as a hobby which turned into art therapy…

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JIP 043: Joanne Lee

Joanne Lee

Joanne Lee: creating community & bringing people together Joanne, aka Jojo, is one of our very first friends in Miami. She was born in Malaysia but moved to NYC when she was young when her mom decided to start a new life in the US. Jojo is a self-proclaimed “people-person” who loves to be surrounded…

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JIP 028: Cathrin Manning

Cathrin Manning

Cathrin Manning: a YouTube success story Cathrin Manning is an amazing YouTube content creator who talks to us about starting YouTube as a business, how she started & progressed to now having over 200k subscribers, but also the pressures of being self-employed and judged (because let’s admit it, being a YouTuber is not considered a…

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JIP 027: Jeremy Abramson

Jeremy Abramson

Jeremy Abramson: from living in a car to a penthouse in Miami Beach This episode is loaded with high energy thanks to our amazing guest & friend Jeremy Abramson. He takes us on his journey from California to Miami… from being an insecure super skinny kid to an extraordinary coach, inspiring thousands of people to…

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