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Come dance and be free with us this Sunday at Ecstatic Dance Los Angeles!, All limitations are within the self however we can dance through them…

Come dance and be free with us this Sunday at Ecstatic Dance Los Angeles!All limitations are within the self however we can dance through them intentionally. I love ecstatic dance because it’s a large safe space with clear energy to get wild and release the inner child.I explore new pathways of movement and find new Continue Reading

When I enter the “zone” the state of flow while connecting with the fire element, the music, myself, the spin, and the ground I feel the energy of…

When I enter the “zone” the state of flow while connecting with the fire element, the music, myself, the spin, and the ground I feel the energy of the people around me enter the flow state ride with me. I know that this dance isn’t only for me it’s a universal connection far beyond myself. Continue Reading

This is where it’s going down tonight

This is where it’s going down tonight. Out of The * is sure to fire off with the vibiest launch. All the best peeps involved with this one!! If anyone needs discount list names just let me know, putting it together now deadline is 9PM! All discount pre-sales are sold out, so hop on this Continue Reading

I’ve always had a special connection with Jamie Schwabl since the first time she played the Kate Simko remix of Go On Then in the middle of…

I’ve always had a special connection with Jamie Schwabl since the first time she played the Kate Simko remix of Go On Then in the middle of nowhere, mojave desert. It’s truly astonishing how one track, [and the way it’s mixed] paired with the power of someone (who you may not know) playing a song Continue Reading

The climatologist and director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has a knack for distilling large amounts of data into easily…

The climatologist and director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has a knack for distilling large amounts of data into easily digestible animations, often illustrating historical shifts in our climate.Earlier this month, Schmidt came up with a new one, showing monthly temperature distributions and how they’ve changed since the late 19th century: