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Heal, empower, reclaim self esteem, worth, love, confidence and more through martial arts practice. David Kukkola and special guest Kung Fu San Soo Master Andre Salvage discuss the ancient wisdom and practices which have been shared from master to student for thousands of years.
Snatam Kaur interviewed by David Kukkola on the Traditional Healers radio show live at KPFA in Berkeley, California. Live music and chants by Snatam Kaur, Prabhu Nam Kaur Khalsa, Hargobind Singh Khalsa, and Siri Kartar Singh.
On the third Friday of each month we broadcast a radio show from 8-10pm PST on KPFA 94.1 FM from Berkeley, CA. Livestream is available at KPFA . Show archives can be found on the Video page and on YouTube, and also on the Podcast page.
Our goal is to bring and make accessible traditional and ancient healing practices to our communities. The empirical knowledge of traditional healing practices is still being used by the indigenous cultures from the four corners of the world.
This proven medicine has its place in modern culture as it heals imbalances of the body, restores mental clarity, brings serenity to the heart, and reconnects us to our soul.
DJ JamesZ working on nailing a superman on a Stretch board behind his Centurion Cyclone and it’s massive wake. Several attempts with slow motion to see how he is doing it, with a few other tricks as well.
“A dream concept – get hold of a micro-light seaplane and go searching for empty surf. But the film doesn’t quite do the idea justice. It’s very much a one-man show, a kind of personal project of the director that can be pleasing to the eye, funny and at one point tragic – watch in horror as a session gets cut short before it even starts as a brand new Rusty single-fin meets an out-of-control Fort Point shoulder-hopper.
If you can glide over the stuff that doesn’t work, there’s plenty that does and it makes for an easy, light piece of solo film work. As you’d hope, there’s stunning aerial footage of the coast of Northern California and, when the director pulls out to a far-off tropical islandsansmicro-light, there’s footage of one of the best looking waves I’ve ever seen anywhere, period. I don’t know where it is, but Iwantthat righthander.” –The Surfer’s Path