Ep. #19: Collecting Experiences and Living Aloha
In this episode of The Synchronicity Show, I talk with musician and Hawaii native, Tavana (@TavanaOfficial) to discuss flow states, surrendering to the process, and the secret behind his biggest breakthroughs in life.
Tavana is a multi-instrumentalist from Honolulu, HI who uses electronic drum triggers to lay down a variety of grooves with his feet while simultaneously playing guitar, banjo, lap steel, or ukulele and singing soulful, island-inspired Rock and Blues.
His 4th album ‘Aloha Spirit’ was a Na Hoku Hanohano Award Nominee (which are essentially the Grammy’s of Hawaii) for best contemporary album of the year in 2018.
Tavana has been the supporting act for Alabama Shakes, Shakey Graves, Xavier Rudd, Jenny Lewis, Julian Marley, and Kaleo to name just a few, and In 2009, Eddie Vedder invited Tavana to sing ‘Hawaii 78’ — a Hawaii anthem of sorts — with him at the Hawaii Theatre.
I’m stoked to share this episode with you…
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About Kevin Wathey:
Kevin Wathey is the founder of Synchronicity, an international retreat leader, consultant, entrepreneur, and sought after business coach for health and wellness professionals.
Synchronicity is a company with intention, and a mission to empower others to achieve their true potential through their trainings, retreats, and events that span the globe.
After suffering the devastating loss of his mother early in his life… a spontaneous trip to Bali, Indonesia led him to discover the profound impact a daily yoga and mindfulness practice has on your mental health. Having experienced this first hand, he deeply understands the essential role health and wellness professionals play in the lives of others, and their ability to affect real change in the world.
It is his unwavering goal to transform the lives and businesses of his clients so they can do the same for others, and this is what allows him to live a life his mother would be proud of.
Kevin lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with his dog Lokah.
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