At Bodhi Surf + Yoga, we always seem to have a lot to share. Through our website’s blog, we share updates, stories, travel advice, and so much more. On social media like Facebook and Instagram, we like to give a glimpse of our home and community via beautiful videos and images. Lately, our wonderful interns and in-house videographers have been churning out some truly awesome videos, which can be viewed on our Youtube channel. Every once and awhile, we are also featured on other publications such as B Corporation’s B the Change magazine, in Klean Kanteen’s Klean Voices campaign, and on Plastic Pollution Coalition. Collaboration is fun!
Yet it is in the podcast world that we have recently made our grand entrance! Read on to see some of the places Bodhi Surf + Yoga has been featured in podcasts.
Wander Well Podcast
Katie J is a former intern and now neighbor of us here in Bodhi Surf + Yoga. We have watched in awe as she has built her brand from the ground up, and have been so pleased to be a part of her journey. Wander Well is dedicated to “empowering women to live their best lives by sharing the stories of women who already are”. Within the episodes, listeners are treated to stories of “wanderlust, self-care, obstacles, defeats, fears, love, wildness, motherhood and manifesting your heart’s deepest desires!” Project Bodhi on the Wander Well Podcast focuses on some of the amazing women who have visited us over the years and their transformational stories. Give these episodes a listen, and be sure to subscribe to Katie’s podcast! You are sure to want to continuously allow the soothing tone of her voice lull you into a magical place.
Grow Ensemble Podcast
While at the 2018 Champions Retreat in New Orleans, Adrianne (me) met Cory Ames, a driven entrepreneur, web marketing specialist, and impact-driven business aficionado. We stayed in touch post-conference and Cory invited me to be on his new podcast called Grow Ensemble. Needless to say, I was excited to try my hand at talking for an hour straight. Just kidding, anyone who knows me knows that talking for that long about something that I am passionate about “ain’t no thang”!
This interview in particular has three main takeaways according to the podcast’s website:
- “How to leverage the unique opportunity available to the tourist and hospitality industry in extending a guest’s experience,
- How to exceed guest expectations
- And, the best ways to give back and make an impact with a business.”
I (Adrianne) was also featured in Grow Ensemble’s round up episode, “50 Social Entrepreneurs Advice & Lessons Learned on Changing the World” where they shared some of their “greatest hit clips” from the 2019 recording year.
A few years back (some might say it was at the cusp of the podcast mania that now envelops us) Travis did a great podcast interview. It was with Bodhi friend and Advisory Board member, as well as Professor of Business and Hospitality Management at Endicott College in Massachusetts, Todd Comen. He described the interview on his Comensense Podcast as a “great conversation with Travis, who is thriving, doing what he loves while inspiring others and serving community. From the small town of Bahia Ballena in Costa Rica and their family run surf and yoga school, these guys are inspiring sharing, and teaching not only surf and yoga, but stewardship, change and caring”.
Rethinking H2O Podcast
In 2019, Travis was featured in this podcast which “raises funds and awareness for water projects around the world” as well as the BlueMind ethos and way of life. In the episode, Travis discusses his Peace Corp service in Bahia Ballena, and how it ultimately transitioned into building Bodhi Surf + Yoga, a company that focuses on environmental sustainability, marine health, and responsible tourism. It’s a great interview, and one you won’t want to miss.
Fashion Rewired Podcast
In 2021, Travis was interviewed by Brian Hill of Fashion Rewired Podcast about social and environmental entrepreneurship. In the interview, Travis goes as far back as his time in the banking industry, and how he got from there to here — co-founder of a 3-time honoree of the “Best for the World” B Corp accolade. It’s a very entertaining episode that’s definitely worth a listen!
Little Lighthouse Talks
In 2021, Adrianne was featured on a video interview (not a podcast, per se) by Carly DeMento of Little Lighthouse Talks. These two know one another from their days working in their shared good old days of working in public utilities industry in California. In the interview, Adrianne waxes poetic about Bodhi Surf + Yoga’s pandemic experience, the B Corp movement, and taking action through responsible consumption. Check it out by watching the link above!
Finally, we are so excited to invite you to sign up for our Bodhi Online membership that we have created in the Covid-era, in which we will be releasing one new interview per month on a variety of topics that all (in some way, shape, or form) discuss awakening purpose and living well. There are live Asana yoga classes, courses, philosophy talks, and so much more with new content being added weekly. There is a 14-day free trial of this membership so poke around and see what you think!