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.”
Podcast music: Copper’s Paws by James Hatfield. Sound engineer: Walt Hubis. Podcast host: Drew Horning.
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. […]
“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. […]
Jobi Manson is an artist and explorer, and the founder of a water healing practice she calls, Sēfari. She believes that “nature is the key to a creative life” and helps guide people into their creative expression through water immersions. Jobi had a powerful realization at the Process. Listen in as she shares how what […]
Shannon Cason has told stories all over the country with The Moth, Snap Judgment, and other popular storytelling platforms. Here, Shannon shares some of his powerful stories from his life before, during, and after the Process. He speaks eloquently and vulnerably of both joy and pain and growing up in Detroit. We are also fortunate […]
Joey Bellus has gathered many tools and insights through his education, but most importantly through his personal successes and failures. In this episode, Joey, who is of Native American descent, shares how his learning from the Process helped him lay the foundation for his practice of understanding his Native traditions. Listen in as Joey shares […]
Michael Fosberg has been working to create a national dialogue on race and identity since 2001 when he launched his one-man, autobiographical play, Incognito. The author-activist has used the arts as a means for social change in corporate and organizational cultures. In this episode, Michael talks about his profound experience in coming to know his […]
Love the food at White Sulphur Springs? Meet Heidi Krahling! Food, community, and family are the cornerstones of Heidi Insalata Krahling’s life today as they have been throughout her life. In this episode, Heidi shares about food, community, and service; how her work at the Process and in the years since helped her to understand […]
Katie Salvage has always had a sense of urgency around wanting to impact change on this planet, and she believes, “the best way I can do that is by working with teens.” In this intimate and revealing episode, Katie talks about her powerful work helping teens find healthy ways to deal with their emotions in […]
In this episode, you’ll find a wonderfully engaging conversation between Jenni and Drew. Jenni is co-owner of the nation’s longest-running satirical comedy theatre, the Brave New Workshop, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jenni shares what was meaningful for her at the Process as well as how the Process is alive in her life today. She touches […]
Jason is a certified NLP coach and intuitive healer. He recently relocated to Hawaii with his husband, Perry, to pursue a Masters in Religion from the University of Hawaii at Mānoa. In this episode, Jason speaks with us from his new home in Hawaii. He shares how the Process changed his life and gave him […]
Erin Weed, creator of The Dig, talks with host, Drew Horning. In this uplifting conversation, Erin shares deeply personal stories of both great loss and great success. Erin Weed helps people clarify their purpose, simplify their message, and amplify their truth. Erin created The Dig, a process for unearthing your purpose and distilling it to […]