Located in New York State’s Hudson Valley, the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies sees its mission as “helping people and organizations integrate personal growth and social change, moving beyond ‘the way it is’ toward ‘the way it can be.’” That mission now involves their new podcast Dropping In. Launching September 23, the nine 20-minute episodes of the first season will allow listeners to ‘drop in’ on classes and intimate interviews with artists, climate change provocateurs, spiritual teachers, health experts, and more.
The podcast will reflect the breadth of Omega’s diverse curriculum, which encompasses six subject areas: Body, Mind & Spirit; Health & Healing; Creative Expression; Relationships & Family; Leadership & Work; and Sustainable Living.
Peabody Award-winning public radio journalist Karen Michel will host the biweekly podcast, exploring the many ways to awaken the best in the human spirit.
“We’re proud to be launching the first season of our new podcast, Dropping In. It’s one of the important ways we’re expanding our global reach,” said Carla Goldstein, President of Omega. “We want people to be able to experience Omega’s thought-provoking programs and world-class teachers from wherever they are, and whenever it suits them.
For more information, visit eOmega.org