Puma Talks

PUMA TALKS

The Puma Talks is a series of video interviews in which artists & change-makers share their wisdom, passion, knowledge and inspiration on different subjects.

The Puma as a symbol stands for introspection, courage, strength and this life on earth.

Within these conversations the spirit of the Puma speaks, allowing you to absorb some of this animals’ feline qualities. The Puma purrrs are the musical extension of this project. Hopefully the songs and music als evoke some purrring within you.

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EVA AOURAH

Yoga means union. A relatively common known technique to experience this union, is through movement of the body. Another way to experience yoga, is trough sound. This practice is called yoga Nada. Eva Aourah is a soundhealer that teaches Yoga Nada. In this episode she will share her knowledge and experience..

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SAYURI TANAKA

If you are what you eat, what would you become?
Sayuri Tanaka is a raw food chef and the author of multiple cook books. In this interview she will share her knowledge and we talk about how we can look at food from a holistic perspective. We cover different diets and the raw food philosophy.


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JACKSON MULLANE


Jackson Mullane is an artist, he composes classically influenced music and plays the piano. During this conversation he reflects on the connection between music and stories. Jackson knows from experience how relieving it can be to find recognition within the stories shared trough art, especially when going through tough periods. With his music, he creates stories that can give other people this feeling of recognition.

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JANUR YASA

Janur is a change-maker, passionate about the environment and sustainability. A world traveler, originally from Bali, where he recently started the project ‘Plastic for rice’. Through this project, people in different villages are collecting plastic. For doing this, they are getting rice in exchange. This action helps to reduce plastic pollution and creates an uplifting spirit in the villages. Find out more on Facebook on the page ‘Plastic exchange: Bali’. The positivity that Janur embodies made it possible for this project to grow in such a short amount of time.

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