What’s this pod about?

We are Tasha Schumann and Jeff Warren, two writers, creators, and meditation teachers. Our subject is the weird and wonderful world of “practice,” i.e., things we can do with our minds and bodies in order to learn, grow, and heal. In each episode, we invite a guest to guide us in a unique practice and share a unique perspective on life.

We don’t just chat with our guests – they take us somewhere. And you come with us. Therefore: adventure!

Our guides run the gamut from well-known teachers, researchers, and therapists to freestyle healers, artists, mystics, and innovators. We focus on diversity and inclusivity – of age, background, and intellectual style.  We’ve found thoughtful and sensitive practitioners in every area of human life, so we don’t limit ourselves to orthodox modes and authorities. The practices we explore include meditation, therapy, movement, psychedelics, dreaming, art, communication, sexuality, strange mystical technologies, and much more.

Why practice in a podcast?

Practices teach us things. They sensitize us to subtle dynamics in our minds and bodies. They help us create new habits. They expand our capacity. They expand our consciousness.

Ultimately, The Mind Bod Adventure Pod is a way for people to connect with techniques and resources to support them in life. As we learn to care for ourselves, we’re better able to care for the world and each other.

Come join us!

About Your Hosts

Jeff Warren is a meditation instructor and former journalist, known for his dynamic and accessible style of teaching. He is co-author of The New York Times bestselling Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics, author of The Head Trip – a travel guide to sleeping, dreaming and waking – and founder of The Consciousness Explorers Club, a nonprofit meditation adventure group based in Toronto. His mission is to empower people to care for their mental health through the creative exploration of practice. Dubbed the “Meditation MacGyver”, Jeff’s meditations can be heard in the Calm and Ten Percent Happier meditation apps. He hosts his weekly free Do Nothing Project live on YouTube, meditating with people all over the world.

Tasha Schumann is an artist, writer, and contemplative teacher. Some know her as Tasha the Amazon, award-winning surfer of crowds and dropper of basslines. Her work has been featured on shows like Insecure, Broad City, Love & Hip Hop and she’s been profiled in media like Billboard, New York Magazine, NYLON, and VICE.⁠ Others know her as Lama Tasha, a Buddhist teacher who is revitalizing meditation and practice for a whole new generation. She’s most excited about helping people explore the WTF-IS-GOING-ON-HERE of mind, creativity, personhood, and culture in whichever way she can, which includes hosting Floralogic (a nature show with a community of 2 million viewers) and mentoring emerging artists.

What can I expect if I Subscribe?

Free Subscribers:

  • Every Tuesday, we’ll send you our latest episode: an in-depth chat and guided practice featuring someone we want you to meet!

  • Chat with us in the comments section about this week’s episode.

Paid Subscribers get:

  • The weekly podcast episode

  • The Afterparty: a short video we record after our pod guest logs off. We talk candidly about the episode, all the things that didn’t get said, and let out all the sillies we kept bottled up for the day. (Beware: Sometimes we burst into song.)

Founding Members get:

  • All of the above plus…

  • Deep discounts on events, retreats, and merch from our future webstore.

This podcast is our passion project because we get to nerd out together, practice with incredible guides, and create community with YOU!

We hope you’ll join us on this strange adventure.

~ Tasha & Jeff

Subscribe to The Mind Bod Adventure Pod

Join hosts Jeff & Tasha as they explore the world of practice, one adventurous guide at a time.


Jeff Warren is a meditation instructor, writer, and all-practice enthusiast.
Bass-thumping music producer and Buddhist Lama. Exploring the WTF-IS-GOING-ON-HERE of mind, creativity, personhood, and ratchetry. 👽