Not only does Gaiam have a large selection of yoga and fitness DVDs, they also have movies, documentaries, and interviews- my favorite section being spirituality. We watched Gaiam Inspirations: Lisa Garr with Gregg Braden, which we found incredibly interesting! I love learning about the intersection of science and spirituality. From Gregg Braden I learned the importance of striving for your own excellence, not to compete, but to cooperate. Research shows that competition is destructive. I also learned about the huge need for our science books to be updated!
There are many more interviews I want to watch on Gaiam Inspirations, including one with Deepak Chopra. Gaiam also has the documentary I AM, to name another, which I have seen and loved! Honestly, I’ve had to restrain myself from sitting in front of the computer for endless hours watching
everything I’m interested in. It seems like such a good fit for me with topics
I’m passionate about. Watching GaiamTV has been especially awesome because hockey playoffs are going on right now, so when the kids go to bed my husband watches hockey, which makes him happy, and I can be uplifted and inspired watching GaiamTV, which makes me happy :).
We’ve been enjoying exercising together with GaiamTV, and being introduced to new people. Last week we tried Peak Performance Yoga with Rod Stryker and felt incredible relaxed afterward. I could go on and on but I’ve got so much more to try first. I’ll keep you posted about great finds on GaiamTV and what I love!
Disclosure: I received a free trial to GaiamTV.com for review purposes. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. The opinions expressed here are honest and my own.