Larry Hobbs reporter for the Brunswick News. The first reporter to break the Ahmad Arbery Murder.
Forgotten History That Shaped America
Larry Hobbs reporter for the Brunswick News. The first reporter to break the Ahmad Arbery Murder.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mark-bell0/support
Since 2002 I have dedicated my life to the study and teaching of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. I will forever be s student. My path allowed me to meet and practice with the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois founder of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and KPJAYI in Mysore India who passed away in 2009. Sharathji has been my teacher since 2008. I have traveled to Mysore since 2008 and have made 9 trips so far. I have received Blessing and Level 1 Authorization to teach from Sharathji, received Authorization Certificate March 17th 2014 assisted Sharathji Feb 2015 and during my stay and August 2018. Received Authorization Level 2 March 2017. It is an honor to be a part of this lineage and I will do my best to honor my teacher. There is always room to learn within the system of Ashtanga, you are always a student. I also feel at some point in your life to make a trip to Mysore go to the source get the experience and every trip will be different.I continue my studies with my teacher Sharathji at Mysore my home away from home. will always remain a special place for me. I am not one of these blissed-out yogi’s with honey dripping out the sides of their mouths all the time because in reality, no one is that happy all the time. (Keep it real yogi’s don’t be phonies)
Practicing Community Ep 2: Nature and the "Me" Problem: A Conversation with Larry Hobbs
Practicing Community is less a 'podcast' and more a series of resources, stories, and conversations coming from the vast array of practitioners and changemakers working within and alongside the Youth Passageways network, forming our community of practice.In this episode, we embark on a humbling and magic filled dialogue about life, our connection to wild places and the cathartic power of nature-based rites of passage with Larry Hobbs. From the High Arctic to the School of Lost Borders, the newly held 'Wayfaring Fast' as well as the many places in and between, there's something here for anyone and everyone!About This Months Guest:Larry has worked in a variety of both humanitarian and nature-based work throughout his lifetime. From a field biologist studying whales and dolphins to a psychotherapist working with individual and family systems to a teacher and naturalist leading wildlife expeditions worldwide, to years of Rites of Passage training at the School of Lost Borders.Larry has dedicated many years to the 4H Challenge Program embedded within the Washington State University’s extension program with a vision of making traditional Rites of Passage available to all 4H youth. Although still conducting river dolphin research in Southeast Asia and teaching and leading natural history trips around the world, Larry’s passion rests in guiding Rites of Passage and in sharing his knowledge of the ways we interrelate with and understand the natural world that supports us all.You can find the full PDF transcript and associated resources on the episode website here:http://youthpassageways.org/blog/2018/04/16/practicing-community-episode-2-resources-for-work-connecting-with-the-natural-world/