We promote conscious media, celebrate change-makers, and produce content that combines ancient wisdom with modern culture to inspire, entertain, and empower the Conscious Generation.
Media of all forms plays a critical role in influencing our conscious. Much of today’s mainstream media is fear-driven, contributing to a down-spiral in mental, physical, and spiritual health—we want to counteract this. We believe in the capacity of the human spirit for positive change, and believe that positive, inspiring media will lead to a healthier, happier you, and a healthier, happier world.
At Conscious Good, we are constantly on the look out for the best short films, series, documentaries, courses and practices on topics ranging from Ayurveda to volunteering. And, we bring it all together in a pretty lovely (if we do say so ourselves) environment online that you can visit anytime of the day or night. No fancy yoga pants; no problem. Pajamas are good when you’re at home. No time for a trip to Greece? That’s okay! Learn about the benefits of a Mediterranean diet at your desk. What inspires you? Who makes your heart sing? We intend to help you find out here.
Mind, Body & Spirit
Addiction Alternative Histories Ancient Wisdom Arts & Culture Ashtanga Bhakti Buddhism Creativity Education Faith Family Forgiveness Friendship Gratitude Happiness Hatha Humor Indigenous Thought Inspirational Stories Iyengar Journaling Kindness Kundalini Mantra Meditation Metaphysics Mindfulness Native Americans Overcoming Odds Paranormal Phenomena Personal Development Power of Prayer Power of the Mind Psychology Religion Self Esteem Spirituality Tai Chi Universal Consciousness Yoga for Kids Yoga Practice Yogic Philosophy
At Conscious Good, we envision a world where all individuals have the chance to experience mental, physical and emotional well-being.
We are pretty hard core about our values. Here are our top five:
We welcome new ideas and new ways of doing things and, in fact, close minded-ness is a non-starter. We recognize that all belief systems are valid. Curiosity is a goal, not a distraction.
We are who we say we are. We want to get to know more about ourselves and others. We don’t have time for superficiality.
Time is precious, and we will sift through the options (so you don’t have to) and highlight the best of the best.
We are committed to nurturing ourselves and our communities in equal measure by giving back 10% of our profits.
Love not fear is our motivating force. We celebrate positive, helpful attitudes and optimistic spirits.
Trina has been a leading force in entertainment and media for the past 20 years including conceiving of and launching the Tribeca Film Festival in 2002. She most recently developed and launched GAIAMTV’s (Gaia) content strategy and content departments. Previously, at Film Independent, she led the restructure and rebranding from IFP West to Film Independent, helped grow the Los Angeles Film Festival and negotiated a multi-year broadcast deal for the Independent Spirit Awards with IFP. Trina was a key figure behind significant media transactions including Prana Studios’ acquisition of Rhythm and Hues, Intrepid Pictures’ $75M credit facility lead by JP Morgan Chase, and the successful sale of Withoutabox to IMDb. Trina received her MBA from NYU Stern and is an avid yoga practitioner, having completed her 200-hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Los Angeles.
Ivan is a marketing executive innovating at the intersection of tech and culture over the past 10+ years, helping launch and grow technology and media startups. His hands-on experience leading tech-product, cross-platform marketing, content vision, and brand strategy grew engaged audiences for pioneers in the digital video space including King of the Web, Creator Republic, and most recently, mitú.
Lorraine was VP Programming & Acquisition, LINKTV; Co-Producer, Global Spirit; Co-Producer, Ethics for the New Millennium; Series Producer/Writer, Ligthbridge/PBS; Consultant, Teaching Channel; and Head of Programming, IVN Entertainment. Lorraine has a lifelong passion for personal fitness and self-development practices such as shamanism, intuitive healing and depth hypnosis with a particular emphasis on how they intersect with media.
Cali Alpert is an Emmy award-winning TV producer, media consultant and radio interviewer. She has worked in roles ranging from Supervising Producer on “The Dr Oz Show,” to Senior Field Producer on shows including “The Meredith Vieira Show,” “Dr. Phil,” and “Donny Deutsch.” She served as Documentary Producer for VH1, MSNBC and Discovery Channel; contributed interviews to Hay House Radio and created podcasts for Gaiam. Her exchanges with thousands of celebrities, spiritual luminaries and strangers alike have earned her a reputation as a seasoned storyteller and interviewer. Cali is also currently the co-host and producer of her own personal growth podcast, “The Rob and Cali Show,” and is devoted to her daily practice of prayer and meditation.
Mike has over 20 years of experience managing finance, accounting and operations in multiple organizations both public and private. He has been the CFO of a public mobile media company and has run finance and operations in numerous startups. His experience spans multiple industries including VFX and animation, consumer products, mobile applications and software. Most recently Mike was COO and SVP of Finance for Prana/Rhythm and Hues. Mike is a licensed CPA.
Carley has been working in online marketing for several years. Her focus has been connecting people with content that in some way betters the world. Carley has been practicing yoga for years, and recently committed to a daily practice in mindfulness meditation.
Luke has developed media for a mindfulness startup app and managed documentary content. A budding yoga and meditation practitioner, he also lives in an intentional community in San Francisco. He hopes to use media to raise awareness and empower change.
Jessica Durivage, the creator of Where is My Guru – an award winning podcast and online school for personal development and spiritual transformation has been a bridge builder for the health and wellness communities and conscious media for over 15 years. Where is My Guru has presented at SXSW, Hanuman Festival, and created the ground breaking Sex, God & Yoga online conference for women. She’s worked to launch and usher mindful brands into the media space such as ZENTS, ila spa and True Nature Education.
Ann has worked for some of the world’s most recognizable entertainment, media and technology brands leading reputation, culture and community-building efforts. She most recently oversaw communications and events for impact entertainment outfit Participant Media. Prior to that, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Fox Interactive Media and AOL where she helped launch and showcase many digital entertainment “firsts” – including online radio, digital music subscription, and the rise of social networking. Ann is a passionate supporter of arts and culture and yoga practitioner and teacher. She is a Board of Directors for the Library Foundation of Los Angeles and recently completed the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training with YogaWorks and Unnata® Aerial Yoga Certification in Boulder, CO.
Peter Rader is an author, producer and creative director of CounterPoint Films, which is home to AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda. As a writer, Radar’s first script, Waterworld, was produced by Universal. Rader wrote Mike Wallace: A Life and adapted the biography into a script for Rob Reiner. His is currently writing his second book for Simon & Schuster.
Susan has been a leader and innovator in the financial and investment world. She is currently Founder/CEO at private equity firm Sierra Wasatch Capital. She was a TMT M&A Banker at Houlihan Lokey (LA) for the Sports & Entertainment Group and at JP Morgan (NY) previously. Susan also serves on the Boards of IRIS.TV, Thumzap and Ubiquitous Energy.
Noelle Wolf is a philanthropist and producer under the Wolf Entertainment banner. Through the Wolf Family Foundation, she and her husband Dick are the naming donors of several institutions. Noelle is on the advisory board of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation and Mariska Hargitay’s Joyful Heart Foundation.
Scott Garen is a filmmaker and studio executive with a diverse range of clients from the Smithsonian to Jean-Michel Cousteau to Poet/Philosopher David Whyte, Peter Guber, Disney, CBS, ABC, NBC and Channel One. He has created award-winning documentaries, music videos, docudramas, TV specials and dramatic films with a singular style and depth.
Patricia is founder of Karpas Ventures focusing on digital media with expertise in Health, Wellness, Lifestyle and Social Good. She is also the co-founder of Meditation Studio LLC, a company that currently has both a 5-star app and a podcast. Previously, she was General Manager of the AOL Television group, and served as an executive at both NBC and Time Warner. She splits her time between NY and Boulder.
Andrew is an Emmy and Addy winning creative writer, producer and director for organizations and issues that, he thinks, can do well by the world. Through his career he has created and/or executed broadcast, web, photography, design, branding, art curation and community building projects. He is currently developing a project about the future of democracy (Coding Democracy).