Episode 192: Luna Agneya | Unleash Your Sensual Artistry


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 192 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Luna Agneya.

Australian born and word travelling nomad, Luna has been working between the adult industry and the spirituality communities for over 8 years in Australia, Europe and South East Asia.

Her passion is fusing the conscious communities and the kink- and sex-positive spaces to create alternative events and workshops for people who don‘t feel they fit into the typical Kink scenes and/or those who want to explore deeper.

She specialises in Sensuality, erotic dance and embodiment, sensual rope play and ritual, workshops on conscious connection and play as well as women‘s sexuality work.

Connect with Luna:

Support Luna on Patreon
Instagram: @lunaagneya

Episode 191: Jonathan Belle | Be Who You Want to Be: Superman, Super Human


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 191 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Jonathan Belle.

Everyone needs a superhero.

For Jonathan, he became his own superhero.

In November 2016, Jonathan packed his bags and left his job at Union Pacific Railroad. For a year and a half, he lived in a van and washed dishes on the side - what for? To become who he truly is: Superman.

With a suit that he got from an Etsy shop, he started taking breathtaking self-portraits of himself and fully transformed into Superman.

You might have seen his photos pop up on your social media feeds. At first glance, it looks breathtaking! Jonathan appreciates all the compliments he receives for his awesome photos, but more importantly, he wants to inspire whoever comes across his photos.

If a six-foot-two bearded Black man wears a Superman suit while doing groceries or running errands, then you can too. As a matter of fact, you can be whoever you want to be as long as you're doing good and not stepping on anybody's toes.

Jonathan's habit of thought includes waking up each morning, thinking positive thoughts. Meanwhile, his habit of action has him writing down the things he wants to accomplish during the day, saying that writing them down makes them more "real" rather than just random thoughts. 

During his spare time, Jonathan works hard to perfect his craft by teaching himself new skills to keep himself relevant.

Are you inspired yet? Listen in to learn more about Jonathan and his journey to becoming the hero he always wanted to be.

Check out Jonathan on:


Instagram: @jonathanbelle

Episode 190: Amrita Sophia | Sexual Energy and Genuine Transformation

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Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 190 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Amrita Sophia.

Amrita is a Sacred Sexpert and Kundalini Yoga Teacher. She spent years under a cloud of shame, her sexual energy on lock down, resulting in a life of unfulfilling relationships, unsatisfying jobs, and general dis-ease. It wasn’t until she came to understand that Sexual Energy in its healthy state EMPOWERS that her life began to transform, finally experiencing the true intimacy and connection she had long been seeking. 

Amrita’s life experiences, transforming her greatest Shadow into her Super Power, her professional training and her service as a Teacher and Coach have all conspired in creating her life mission - to empower others in their Pleasure, Passion, and Presence.

On this episode, Amrita and I dive into the reality of what sex is and what it means to people who have experienced it, who have had enough of it, and who have grown weary of it. Sex is more than an act of passion between two people; it’s more about the connection between two people.

Learn how Amrita opened up and allowed herself to express her true sexual energy without hesitation.

Connect with Amrita:

Instagram: @amritasophialepage

Episode 189: Jill de Jong | Models Do Eat


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 189 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Jill de Jong.

Jill de Jong was born in Holland, and her successful modeling career brought her to the United States. She was based in New York for many years, explored Miami for a few years and then fell in love with Los Angeles, where she currently resides; it's a great place to pursue her passion for health and wellness. After making the career shift from full-time modeling to health coach, personal trainer and chef, she's never looked back.

When Jill is not working, you can find her in the kitchen cooking or outside in Malibu running, biking, surfing or stretching in a yoga class. She recharges by spending time with her boyfriend and friends. Meaningful conversations and delicious food make her heart sing. To stay motivated to exercise, she signs up for triathlons and obstacle races.

On this episode, Jill tells us to “follow your curiosity” and set goals that you are more excited about than scared of.

Listen to this amazing interview, I’m sure you’ll love it!

Connect with Jill:

Instagram: @_modelsdoeat

Episode 188: Bobby Holland Hanton | Of Stunts and Superheroes

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Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 188 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Bobby Holland Hanton.


Bobby has always been the athletic type. At the age of four, Bobby started his career as a Gymnast, and climbed through the ranks to compete as a National Squad Member and National Gold Medalist for Great Britain. Bobby competed and also won gold medals in countries such as France, Russia, United States of America, and training camps in the Ukraine.


He has since retired from gymanastics and has moved on to a career of being a stunt double in 44 films and counting. He has been in movies and stepped in as a stunt double for our favorite superheroes like Thor and Batman, as well as icons like James Bond.


On this episode, Bobby talks to us about his career path and his life journey too. He shares the ups and downs, as well as the perks of being active and continuously improving on your craft.


It's safe to say that Bobby is indeed a life athlete in all respects, and I can't wait for you to hear our conversation, get fired up, and start working toward crushing your goals.


Connect with Bobby:

Instagram: @bobbydazzler84

Episode 187: Dr. Alison Ash | Overcome Shame and Turn On Pleasure


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 187 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Dr. Alison Ash.

Dr. Alison Ash is a sex and intimacy coach, sexual empowerment educator, author, and founder of TurnON.love. A champion for others overcoming shame and deepening pleasure, Aly helps her clients experience the kinds of sexual interactions and romantic relationships they long for.    

As a sociologist with a PhD from Stanford, Aly has a comprehensive understanding of the complex societal challenges that often lead to unsatisfying and disempowering sexual experiences. She also draws on her extensive training in the Hakomi method of psychotherapy as well as somatic sex and intimacy coaching to support her clients to radically explore and courageously express themselves. 

Aly designs workshops and offers individuals and couples coaching to give others the tools to discover their desires and confidently pursue them. She invites you to TurnON pleasure, intimacy and...love at www.TurnON.love

On this episode, Aly talks about how she overcame the shame and began to slowly unfold to reveal her most expressive self. She also talks about how gender socialization creates disempowering experiences for men by culturally valuing performance over pleasure and connection. 

This is indeed an interesting episode, so stick around and give it a listen!

Connect with Dr. Alison Ash:

Dr. Alison Ash Facebook
Instagram: @turnon_love
Instagram: @turnon.love

Episode 186: Tarek Kholoussy | "Who Are YOU?"


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 186 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Tarek Kholoussy.

Like most All-American children, Tarek was born and raised in a small town (in Philadelphia), went to college, and dove into the corporate world.

It was an ideal life with clear expectations of him, but it wasn't the life he felt he was destined for. So he set off to find himself and get to know who he really is deep inside - a thousand days before he turned forty.

So he packed up and left his high-level job and set out to travel the world and find his purpose. 

Today, Tarek is a social entrepreneur and founder behind "Nomads Giving Back," which aims to create an infrastructure to inspire and enable digital nomads to give back to their adopted homes. 

It's safe to say that Tarek has definitely transformed himself and is now living his best life, while helping marginalized communities throughout the world. Talk about a purposeful life!

Listen in to the conversation to learn more about Tarek and his social enterprise.

Connect with Tarek:

Nomads Giving Back

Episode 185: My Interview on the Hello Human Podcast with Echo Giesel Widmer


Today, I bring you quite a deep conversation with my friend, Echo, host of the Hello Human podcast. 

Echo visited me in my villa here in Ubud, Bali, and we talked about a range of topics - including intimacy, sexuality, and vulnerability.

 There is no better way to appreciate this episode than by going in and immersing in the conversation. I promise you an eye-opening, inspiring - and even touching - conversation so be sure to check it out.

Echo is quite the adventurer and deserves all the love, so be sure to follow her on:

The Hello Human Podcast
Echo’s Instagram: @echo_aroundtheworld

Episode 184: Christina Weber | Deepen the Quality of Your Relationships


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 184 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Christina Weber.

Christina is a co-founder of Deepen, a series of live events facilitated by educators, entertainers and accredited guides, where you get to meet interesting people, doing interesting things.

“It takes time to cultivate relationships.”

She has many nicknames - among them are Relationship Activist, Your Love Accomplice, Feminine Weapon and The Human Linkedin. Her greatest strength is people. She loves matchmaking, connecting and guiding one towards greater fulfillment, while also doing it for herself.

On this episode, Christina tries to unwrap relationships and break the concept down into simpler, more “digestible” tidbits. We all know relationship can be very complicated, but Christina seems to have a knack for dissecting its complex nature.

“I believe that the quality of our life depends on the quality of our relationships.”

This was one conversation I enjoyed so much and I felt like it gave me a whole new perspective on the process of dating and relationship.

Connect with Christina:

Instagram: @christinaweber

Get tickets to Feminine Weapon Day Benefiting Children of Abuse, Poverty, and Trafficking here. It happens on January 30, Wednesday!

Episode 183: Solara Sophia Rose | The Life Sport of Superabundance


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 183 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Solara Sophia Rose.

Solara Rose is an international channel and catalyst for high-frequency flow mastery, superabundance and thriving Divine success. She has been described as the modern Tesla of human energetics and living vortex of cosmic magic. With a background in intensive personal transformation, integrative science, philosophy and psychology, she’s who visionary leaders seek out to support accelerated, quantum growth in all areas of their life.

She uses her unique, multisensory abilities to support individuals and organizations with embodying their expanded self so they can actualize their Genius, maximize their impact and upgrade their wealth in service to the collective. Her passion is to inspire and unlock the peak potential, beauty and creative brilliance in others.

On this episode, Solara takes us through her process and the technique she uses in helping her clients handle the shift and flow into superabundance. She asks the important questions - what are we doing in our lives so that we constantly feel amazing? It’s about looking at our connection to the source and thriving in this busy, modern world.

Connect with Solara:

Instagram: @solararose

Episode 182: Juna Mustad | Anger and the Good Girl


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 182 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Juna Mustad.

Juna Mustad is a Life and Relationship coach, an Intuitive, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner focused on helping you create healthy relationships, expand your emotional awareness, and embrace your full potential.

Her sessions skillfully weave the Hendricks Institute's whole body coaching techniques and Somatic Experiencing.

In addition, Juna is a corporate mindfulness coach, an author, and an expert in mindful anger. She works with companies, organizations, and individuals around the world, teaching and coaching emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and skills for building healthy and effective relationships.

In her career as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Juna has trained extensively in stress and trauma resolution. She offers an accessible, nonthreatening approach to creating a healthy relationship with the world’s most stigmatized emotion. She helps people unpack their beliefs about anger and skillfully uses mindfulness techniques to help them grow a balanced and holistic relationship with their anger.

In 2019, she’s set to release her book called The Good Girl’s Guide to Anger.

Connect with Juna here:

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Episode 181: Jackie Knechtel | Follow the Flow to Effortless Living


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 181 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Jackie Knechtel.

Jackie Knechtel is the co-founder of the Flow Consciousness Institute which holds cutting edge trainings, retreats, workshops and delivers transformational experiences worldwide. 

Jackie is a pioneer in the area of Flow and is the co-author of the forthcoming book Flow: The Art of Effortless Living. She is working to shift consciousness on a global scale through her speaking, coaching practice and by blending science and spirituality into practical tools for living an enlightened life. Her work has been featured on Forbes and Fast Company.

On this episode, Jackie and I - being both from the Western world - have grown up to be taught that all things worth having come from hard work. If it’s not difficult, it’s not going to amount to anything.

But there are so many ways we can live life - sans all the unnecessary effort. Jackie and her business partner look into life with a brighter perspective and achieving more by following the Flow.

Learn more about this concept via today’s episode.

Connect with Jackie:


Episode 180: Nikki Rhodes | Unlocking Emotional Freedom through Sexuality


Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 180 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Nikki Rhodes.

Nikki Rhodes is a passionate advocate for authentic relating and positive sexual education coaching both men and women. She has a degree in psychology, childbirth education and was a lecturer at the University of Auckland in Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine specialising on issues surrounding women's health and sexuality in the ancient world.  

A devoted traveller and student of life always, she continued her study of traditional Tantra in India earlier this year, as well as presenting workshops at Bali Spirit Festival, Byron Bay Spirit Festival and various retreats across Australia and New Zealand.

She is the co-founder of NZ Spirit Festival, an annual alcohol-free wellness, yoga, camping and music festival, Resolution NYE Festival and NZ Yoga Day under the events company NZ Spirit. She is the mother of three wild daughters and spends the Summer months in New Zealand and the Winter living in Bali.

Connect with Nikki:


Episode 179: Matthew Solomon | All the Good Men

Life Athletes, hello and welcome to episode 179 of the Life Athletics podcast.

Today’s guest life athlete is Matthew Solomon.

Dubbed as the “coach for the modern soul,” Matthew has helped so many individuals unwrap their feelings toward the relationships they’re currently in and the way they communicate with the people surrounding them.

Matthew also contributes to the Good Men Project, which is a “glimpse of what enlightened masculinity might look like in the 21st century.” He has been quite vocal about his support for women, especially in the #MeToo movement, as well as protecting members of society against racism and sexism.

Connect with Matthew on www.coachwithmatthewsolomon.com.