The Hoffman Podcast


Love’s everyday radius is an inspiring collection of conversations with Hoffman graduates.

Our aim is to highlight how the Process enhances reciprocity, gratitude, and responsibility toward the whole. The Hoffman Process is about more than individuals healing themselves. When you change yourself from within, your actions change and you become an integral part of the healing of the world through your own “everyday radius.”

Hosts: Drew Horning & Sharon Mor. Sound engineer: Walt Hubis. Music: Copper’s Paws by James Hatfield. 

Lorenzo Jones, Executive Coach

Listen in as Lorenzo Jones, business coach, facilitator, and speaker shares his Process experience with Sharon. Through the dialogue he had with his Mother at the Process, Lorenzo experienced deep healing. She’s a very private person, he says, so through dialogue, he was able to answer questions he’d always held. Lorenzo also speaks to the […]

Ben-Smith Peterson

Ben Smith-Petersen is a stunt man who originally was a circus performer and flying trapeze teacher. He got his start in the stunt world after meeting a stunt coordinator who brought his children in to learn flying trapeze. In this episode, Ben shares vulnerably and beautifully about his time at the Process. Specifically, he talks […]

For New Year’s Eve, 2020, we have an intimate conversation with our podcast co-hosts, Sharon Mor and Drew Horning. Listen in as they explore and share many aspects of their Hoffman experiences – as students, teachers-in-training, active teachers, and now as Hoffman Podcast co-hosts. TRANSFORMATION & LOVE What you’ll come to know from listening to […]

Marni Battista, Dating With Dignity

Marni Battista is a dating and relationship coach and the author of Becoming Irresistible. How did she get into this line of work? Marni shares that her patterns, the way she was raised, and the way she experienced love, came together to create, what she calls, “a bad picker” when it comes to finding love. […]

joey gauld on the hoffman podcast

Joe Gauld enrolled in the Hoffman Process in 2007 at the age of 80. During his Process, he reclaimed his childhood nickname. Once home, he returned to work as headmaster of Hyde School in Bath, Maine, and asked his colleagues to call him Joey. In this episode, Joey shares wisdom gained from his long, full […]

Cara Jones Story Coach

In today’s episode, Cara Jones shares her powerful life story. Cara is a filmmaker, former Emmy Award-Winning journalist, and a story coach. She grew up in the Unification Church, often referred to as the ‘Moonies’, and adopted this spiritual belief system. Cara’s real journey began when she left this religious movement. As she did, everything […]

Jen Atkin the Hoffman Podcast

Jen Atkin is a hairstylist, influencer, and entrepreneur. Just over a year ago, she had a powerful Process that changed her life. Jen grew up in a religious family in a small town in Utah. Listen in as she shares about moving to Los Angeles and her rise to the top of her field. With […]

Anat Baniel on the Hoffman Podcast

Our guest this week is Anat Baniel. Anat is a trained clinical psychologist, dancer, and was a close professional associate of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais for over a decade. She is perhaps best known today as the founder of Anat Baniel Method®NeuroMovement®. Listen in as Anat shares a fascinating story of how she came to work […]

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Anita Sanchez, Ph.D., Aztec, and Latina, is devoted to bridging Indigenous wisdom and modern times. In this episode, Anita shares the four sacred gifts she offers in her book, The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times. She then tells a story from her childhood that shows the power of The Gift of the […]

Dr. Jennifer Ashby, Hoffman graduate

Dr. Jennifer Ashby was raised between NYC and Appalachia by parents who were exotic animal trainers. She moved away from her family at the age of 14 and has been on her own ever since. She’s now a city girl who’s worked in traditional Chinese medicine in the medical, healing arts for 25 years. In […]

Emmanuel Fortune S2E3 Hoffman Podcast

Emmanuel Fortune grew up in the Little Haiti community of Miami Florida, a child of Haitian immigrants. His family was 12 – a single mom and 11 siblings (including him). He learned to work hard and to do whatever was needed to help his family. Listen in as Emmanuel shares stories of what this was like […]

Tamar Geller with dogs

Enjoy this lively episode with Tamar Geller, dog trainer, behavior expert, and New York Times bestselling author, and our new co-host Sharon Mor, Hoffman teacher. Listen in as Tamar shares about living from Spirit and training dogs in a whole new way.  Tamar developed the “The Loved Dog” method of dog training. It’s an innovative […]

Stanley Stefancic, Retired Hoffman teacher

Welcome to Season Two! We are thrilled to open with Stan Stefancic, a retired Hoffman teacher and former Director of Special Projects for the Institute. Stan shares his stories of the Process (including working with Bob Hoffman), as well as his life’s work in helping to create a more socially just and caring world. For […]

Raz Ingrasci, founder Hoffman Institute

In our finale episode of season one, Raz Ingrasci shares stories from many parts of his life. He offers some deeply moving stories about his own life as a husband, father, and son. Raz also shares an early history of, and fascinating wisdom about, the Hoffman Process. He speaks of his relationship with Bob Hoffman […]

Episode 20 Jake Tarr

Jake had a profound spiritual experience during his Process. When he turned the light of forgiveness toward himself, something incredible occurred. As Jake says, what happened isn’t ‘on the menu’ of the Process, but spiritual experiences and profound awakenings can and do happen at the Process. Listen in as Jake shares with us what happened […]

Lindsay Meyer The Hoffman Process

Lindsay is a 2-time entrepreneur, former venture capital analyst, ex-biotechie, and a 2017 TIME Person of the Year. Listen in as Lindsay shares with us some of the profound realizations that occurred for her during her Process, including the life-changing messages she received through dialoguing with her birth parents. Linsday shares real-life examples of how […]

Renda Baird, podcast guest

In this episode, Renda shares stories of her Process and life in Minneapolis during this time of great unrest. She also shares stories of her magical childhood growing up on a farm. Renda speaks of the many patterns she took on as a child that kept her from knowing who she is and what her […]

Marc Cooper

Marc Cooper shares both the story of his Process and what followed after – a healing of the negative love patterns with both his biological and adoptive mothers.  Healing doesn’t stop at the end of the Process – it continues after we return home. Our healing work radiates love out into our lives and in […]

Raj Kapoor is the Chief Strategy Officer for Lyft, as well as the Head of Business for Lyft’s self-driving division. He joins Drew to talk about the inspiration and new purpose he found from his experience contracting and surviving COVID-19. Once recovered, Raj created his new brainchild, World Without COVID, to empower others – COVID-positive […]

Erol Senel

Erol Senel is a purposeful father of two, a creative professional, and the host of Success Shorts podcast. He’s also Director, Planning & Product Integration at Fidelity Investments. In this episode, Erol shares mistakes he made in the months following his Process. Erol found his life after the Process challenging. He actively used everything he […]

Debby Irving

“It takes a lot of skill to be a human being.” Debby Irving is a racial justice educator and the author of Waking Up White. In this episode, Debby shares the power of the Process and how it can change the trajectory of your life. Halfway through the Process, Debby had a recurring vision in […]

Lynne Twist is the founder of the Soul of Money Institute and author of the best-selling, award-winning book “The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life.” In this episode, Lynne shares stories of how love moves through her work and her life. She speaks to the immense power love holds to shift […]

Rebecca McLoughlin did the Process when she was 23, straight out of college. Not many are lucky enough to find the Process at such a young age, but Rebecca was and she shares how the Process “completely changed the trajectory of her life.” Rebecca shares with us an embodied experience she had at the Process […]

Ryan Estis came to the Process looking for real change in his life. He found it at the end of those seven powerful days. In this episode, Ryan shares candidly about his journey to live a more heart-centered life. He also shares his experience of guiding companies to make a meaningful impact in the world. […]

Shari Caudron, Memoir Coach

“What Hoffman did was help me rewrite my own narrative. I realized the villains in my life weren’t villains; they were wounded people doing the best they could.” In this episode, Shari shares some amazing insights into the process of writing a memoir—for personal growth or publication–and how writing your story can change your life. […]