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We are currently looking for yogis and non-yogis to feature on the podcast!
Dharma Drops: Yoga, Life, Whatever is a conversational podcast that explores various topics both related and not related to yoga. As the podcast description states: “Dharma Drops offers musings--not Truths--about life living as a modern day yogi. On this podcast, we are dumping out the yoga Kool-Aid and seeking how we can be both a normal human and a yogi. And, sometimes, that means we don't talk about yoga at all--because it doesn't have to be all yoga all of the time.”
Swipe right or left? Are we a good match?
I am seeking folks who have a fresh and interesting take on living life as a yogi. The ideal guest is one who takes the practice seriously, but not so seriously that we can’t have a good time on the show. After all, the goal of Dharma Drops is to be both informative and entertaining. It is important to also note that Dharma Drops values diverse lifestyles and practices. With that in mind, we are interested in hearing from yogis and non-yogis of all walks of life.
Guests on Dharma Drops should feel comfortable in casual conversation or what we call “shooting the shittake.” But, at the same time, selected guests must also have a point or something striking to share with the audience. In other words, what can the Dharma Drops audience learn from you? Before sending your pitch, please consider this carefully. What sets you apart from others?
Additionally, before reading any further or sending your pitch, please keep a few things in mind:
At Rebecca Warfield Yoga, we take yoga seriously, but not ourselves. In other words, this community lives through the practice of yoga. However, we are committed to the fullness of the human experience. With that in mind, we believe that not everything has to be serious all of the time. And not everything has to be about yoga all of the time.
If you haven’t done so already, take some time to read through the current blogs to get a sense of the tone here at Rebecca Warfield Yoga.
It will be worth your time to listen to the latest podcasts to familiarize yourself with the “Yoga, Life, Whatever” mojo around these parts.
Send your pitch!
If you feel you are a good fit for Dharma Drops podcast, please submit a clear and concise pitch to email@example.com. Please include you name, a little bit about who you are or are not as a yogi, potential topics you would like to discuss, and a summary of what the Dharma Drops audience can learn from you.
The fine print
Compensation: Currently, Rebecca Warfield Yoga and Dharma Drops cannot financially compensate podcast guests. However, we will do our best to make sure your work is promoted, including links to your social media and personal website.
Tone: As mentioned above, take time to review the content at Rebecca Warfield Yoga. Though you do not have to sound and feel identical to in-house content, we should have similar vibes.
Length: Dharma Drops is designed to be relatively short. Guest episodes will run on the “longer” side at about 30-45 minutes, depending on the content. However, please expect our recording time to be between 1-2 hours.
Editing: Editing will be done via Rebecca Warfield Yoga to ensure seamlessness and quality content. Ideally, very little will be edited. However, mistakes, pauses, way off-topic conversation (though a little off-topic biz is fun), or other material may be removed for quality and length purposes.
Links: Other than your social media and personal website, we do not link to other content outside of Rebecca Warfield Yoga and Dharma Drops.
Photos: Yes, yes, and yes! Original photos are more than welcome. Keep in mind, we may add the Rebecca Warfield logo or change the dimensions.
Originality: All content submitted to Rebecca Warfield Yoga must be original. It’s bad juju to recycle your work through different sites. As such, please do not send a pitch that you recently offered to other magazines, blogs, podcasts, or organizations.
Promotion: RWY is committed to promoting the guest’s episode as much as possible through social media and mailing lists. However, guests will be expected to promote and share his or her episode widely.