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Emotional Intelligence with Markus Kasunich – 6-21-14

June 22, 2014

We continue our discussion about Emotions, this week digging deeper to understand what it means to have Emotional Intelligence.  How can really understanding ourselves and our emotions help us live a more full, balanced life, and how can we set about the process of cultivating our own emotional intelligence?

UpdatedCroppedMarkus0514Our guest this week is holistic life coach, speaker and healer, Markus Kasunich.  Markus speaks often on issues related to personal growth, and works with clients to help them access their own potential.  He has a unique perspective on how we can utilize our mind and consciousness in new and expansive ways.  He has a particular focus on helping people become aware of their emotions and how they impact their behavior and decision-making.

Markus is also an artist and has been a featured artist in gallery showings and sells his own line of greeting cards featuring his art.

For more information about Markus, please go to www.markuskasunich.com.

Emotional Awareness with Markus Kasunich – 6-14-14

June 20, 2014

This week we begin a series of discussions focused on our Emotions, the value in becoming aware of them and the role they play in our lives, and the impact they can have on all aspects of our being.  Understanding our emotions and how they drive our behavior can be a powerful tool to addressing areas of stress and anxiety.

UpdatedCroppedMarkus0514Our guest this week is holistic life coach, speaker and healer, Markus Kasunich.  Markus speaks often on issues related to personal growth, and works with clients to help them access their own potential.  He has a unique perspective on how we can utilize our mind and consciousness in new and expansive ways.  He has a particular focus on helping people become aware of their emotions and how they impact their behavior and decision-making.

Markus is also an artist and has been a featured artist in gallery showings and sells his own line of greeting cards featuring his art.

For more information about Markus, please go to www.markuskasunich.com.

From the Garden to the Kitchen with Jessika Mikol – 6-7-14

June 16, 2014

The process of growing and gardening is only part of the story.  Being able to turn the gifts of the garden into healthy food for the dinner table is the exciting celebration of all that hard work!  Our guest this week, Jessika Mikol, will help us to better understand simple ways to make the garden’s harvest easily translate to meals and snacks for family and friends.

Jessika MikolJessika Mikol is a yoga instructor and vegan chef. As co-owner of Yoga Roots Racine, a collectively run Yoga studio in Downtown Racine, she practices hatha yoga and follows an ayurvedically inspired diet. Jessika is owner of Caraway Kitchen, a food project offering small-batch catering, home delivery, kitchen consults, and detox foods inspired by Ayurveda. She also leads workshops on seasonal eating and cleansing and offers intimate group cooking lessons.

Raised on a sustainable farm in Nova Scotia, Canada, Jessika’s connection to healthy food and natural living is deeply rooted. She worked for several seasons on a CSA in Plymouth WI and is currently an active member of the Racine Urban Garden Network.  She also gardens at home; each year transforming more of her backyard to garden.

Jessika honed her skills as a vegetarian cook and vegan baker at Circa Café in Racine where she worked for several years. She currently bakes at Sol D’Licious, a holistic cafe in Kenosha, Wisconsin. She is launching a new lineup of vegan baking and prepared foods under her independent brand Caraway Kitchen at this year’s Racine Farmers’ Market.

Jessika traveled extensively before settling in Racine, Wisconsin, where she now lives with her daughter. She holds a Masters Degree in Liberal Studies and is a certified Yoga Instructor with Yoga Alliance.

Food, Spirituality and Social Change-A Biodynamic Perspective with Robert Karp – 5/31/14

June 6, 2014

We have been discussing the sacred practices of gardening and farming, and speaking with people who make their living in this calling…….tending and caring for the Earth.  So many social changes have influenced a resurgence in honoring this life calling, and this week our Guest helps bring many of these factors together….agriculture, economics, spirituality…… in a discussion about biodynamic farming.

Biodynamics is a spiritual-ethical-ecological approach to agriculture, food production and nutrition. Biodynamics was first developed in the early 1920s based on the spiritual insights and practical suggestions of the Austrian writer, educator and social activist Dr. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925).  Today, the biodynamic movement encompasses thousands of successful gardens, farms, vineyards and agricultural operations of all kinds and sizes on all continents, in a wide variety of ecological and economic settings.

IMG_1902Robert Karp is the executive director of the Biodynamic Association and is a long-time social entrepreneur in the sustainable food and farming movement. Robert has helped start numerous innovative food projects, including community supported agriculture projects (CSAs), farmers’ markets, institutional buying projects and farmer-buyer-consumer alliances. He is also the founder of New Spirit Farmland Partnerships, LLC which helps organic farmers gain access to farmland by facilitating partnerships with social investors. Robert is the former executive director of Practical Farmers of Iowa, and former board chair of the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute. Robert’s writings include an analysis of the sustainable food and farming movement in the light of Rudolf Steiner’s economic insights titled Toward an Associative Economy in the Sustainable Food and Farming Movement and an essay titled “Community and Agriculture: An Iowa Pilgrimage” published by Free River Press in Eating in Place: Telling the Story of Local Foods.  Robert’s recent articles include Agriculture and the Sacred, Strengthening the Heart of the Food Movement: Biodynamics and the Deregulation of GMO Alfalfa, and Toward a Holistic Approach to the Threat of GMO’s.

You can find out more about Robert and the Biodynamic Association at www.biodynamics.com.