Upgrade your system, work with metaphors to deepen and amplify your experience on Earth and charge some life force.” Such is the intention that Ylva Falk promises to deliver through her new workshop and here’s how...
Nitsa Citrine and Shiva Rose sit down with Inside/Out contributor Arianna Solare in the Santa Monica mountains for a candid conversation about Los Angeles, community, creativity, transformation, wellness, aspirations, and their cosmic connection.
Shaman Durek is a shaman, spirit hacker, women’s empowerment leader and podcast host. We are grateful to share his thoughts on this week's solstice and how to move into the season ahead through ritual, awareness and overall high vibes.
In our latest Celebration portfolio, photographer and visual anthropologist Laurel Golio shares images from Between the Ears, a personal project featuring Andreina Rodriguez, an “Olympic-caliber” high school wrestler.
Meet Hayley Hill, a multi-talented journalist, photographer and pilates instructor who captures the poetry, the freedom and the nonchalance of the movements. A celebration of fluidity. A path to empowerment.
In a conversation curated by Inside/Out contributor Arianna Solare, Morgane Richardson, Director of NYC Doula Collective, and her wife Alexandra Garcia, Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, share their inspired journey towards the creation of a modern, conscious family and their choice to bring another life to Earth.
In commemoration of International Women's Day, we feature the work of Vancouver-based photographer Alana Paterson. We commend Alana for her consistent portrayal of strong, determined, smart, beautiful and unique women. True players, inside and out.
Inside/Out partners with UNESCO for a World Radio Day conversation with filmmaker and author Molly Schiot to discuss sports, gender stereotypes and promoting equal opportunities for women in sports, media and beyond.
Inside/Out partners with UNESCO for a World Radio Day conversation with blind journalist and rider Laetitia Bernard to discuss sports, gender stereotypes and promoting equal opportunities for women in sports, media and beyond.
We love to say that 'we are one'. Inside/Out contributor Caroline Wachsmuth discusses the process of healing from childhood sexual abuse and shares thoughts on ways that society could come together to work towards prevention.
In the hope that such charitable mindset and generosity will continue year round, here are some of our tops pics for philanthropic organizations with global reach and particular focus on education, movement and empowerment.
Suffering is thinking that you should be somewhere other than where you are. In a different life, making more money, in a different job…developing the inability to be where you are, fearful that it is not enough. Discover Jordan Daly's discussion on suffering...and choosing not to.
All women are sisters! Let them unite, like an ancient tribe around a magic fire. Such is the central idea of Ethno Ballet, a method created by Dana Mussa through which she honors basic instincts like hunting, fighting, healing and praying, transforming them through the medium of dance.
ProtectHer is an organization founded by Alexis Jones, a woman activist and speaker. Jones educates young male athletes in the locker room, rebranding the notion of what it means to be a man. As she says: "if men are the problem, they're also the cure."
Paris-based entrepreneur Salomé Jouan is the first to accept our challenge. The one to tell the truth. To reveal completely, fully and with strength. We hope that this text will resonate with you and thank her for having the courage to commit to authenticity. Finally, we look forward to hearing from you.
Since its début in 2015, the immensely successful This Girl Can campaign - funded by Sport England's National Lottery - has encouraged over 3 million women and girls of all shapes, sizes and levels of ability to get more active through motivating videos and community engagement.
Misty Copeland's nomination as principal ballerina was not only a revolution in classical dance, by challenging stereotypes in a rather conservative and stagnant domaine she has also provided inspiration to an entire new generation of young women.
Lauren Bastide recorded a special episode during Women's March in Washington. It is out today and is called "La Marche". For the 2017 International Day of Women's rights, we asked her to talk about this trip and the women she met.