Omega’s Award-winning Podcast ‘Dropping In’ Returns for Third Season
Omega Institute, a premier destination for lifelong learning and leading nonprofit in the Hudson Valley, today began releasing episodes from the third season of its acclaimed podcast, Dropping In. In Season 3, Emmy award-winning producer and Omega director of digital media Cali Alpert sits down for intimate conversations with some of Omega’s trailblazing spiritual teachers, thought leaders, and social visionaries to explore the many ways to awaken the best in the human spirit and to uncover practical tools for thriving in uncertain times.
“Every year, tens of thousands of people gain deep insights, develop fresh ideas about the world, and build community through Omega,” said Carla Goldstein, Omega president. “At a time when people are looking for inspiration and ideas on how to recalibrate and move forward with meaning and purpose, we’re pleased to extend the opportunity to experience Omega’s teachers and to sample program content for free via our podcast.”
Season 3 will include eight episodes and cover a wide range of topics–from fostering resilience and managing grief, to cultivating joy and connection, to protecting the environment and reimagining how we work and live. Featured teachers in season 3 include: Jeff Warren, Matt Khan, Donna Holland Barnes, Scott Shute, Leslie Salmon Jones, David Elliot, Andrea Pennington, and Mingtong Gu.
Dropping In reflects 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.
Listeners can subscribe to Dropping In now on most popular podcast apps, such as Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, Overcast, Pocketcast, Castro, and RadioPublic. Beginning November 23, the eight episodes will be made available weekly through those apps and on Omega’s website. Seasons 1 and 2 also remain available and feature interviews, teachings, and practices with some of Omega’s most beloved teachers.
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By: Omega Institute for Holistic Studies
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