In this episode of That Berkshire Podcast, Berkshire power couple Karden Rabin, founder of Boundless, and Gillian Gorman, owner and director of Yoga Great Barrington, share their passions for wellness, entrepreneurship, and family. John Lewis, co-founder of SP3AK EASY Studio, co-hosts with Erica Allison, leading a spirited conversation about the adventures of creating a life – and multiple businesses – in the Berkshires. Plus, stay tuned for this episode’s “Berkshire Moment,” an intimate view into the quaint and picturesque life of West Stockbridge. That Berkshire Podcast is a project of 1Berkshire.
Show Aired: March 27, 2020
Karden Rabin is the founder of Boundless. With over a decade of experience in the health and wellness field, he has used a signature integrative approach that draws from a variety of modalities—including bodywork, therapeutic massage, and mindfulness training—to transform the lives of hundreds of clients. Beyond his bodywork services, Karden also teaches a myriad of stress, mental, and emotional management approaches, including meditation, present-time awareness, Yoga Nidra, HeartMATH, and breathing practices. Ever the entrepreneur, Karden has created multiple projects and businesses, including Wellcast, an online wellness educational platform; Prologue Sessions, a live-event series for realizing your career dreams; For the Love of Pie, an artisan bakery; and Mighty Brittle, a craft candy manufacturer.
Gillian Gorman is the owner and director of Yoga Great Barrington. A certified instructor with over 1000 training hours and 15 years of teaching experience, Gillian teaches a creative Vinyasa Yoga method, influenced by her many trainings in alignment, anatomy, somatic movement, meditation, and massage. In addition to her yoga education, Gillian is a 1000-hour licensed Massage Therapist with over 10 years in the field of hands on healing. Her yoga is now influenced by her daily adventures as a new Mama to daughter, Leia. A lifelong student, she continues to expand her knowledge of yoga and movement to better serve her students.
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