Bear Hebert is a radical life coach, social justice educator, and anti-capitalist business consultant.
Bear Hebert (they/them) is a radical life coach, social justice educator, and anti-capitalist business consultant. They work with activists, artists and other weirdos to find divergent paths to unconventional success, and in this episode they share stories & tactics for practicing the type of productivity that won't kill your soul. To view a transcript of Continue Reading…
There’s nothing quite like broken bones & surgery to derail a podcast production schedule that is in its infancy, but we have persisted, and the podcast is back this week!I’m so thrilled to share this conversation with Bear Hebert. Bear (they/them) is a countercultural life coach, business consultant, and social justice educator. Their work helps humans bring their lives in greater alignment with a vision for liberation.We talk about being “right-sized,” meaning how to take up adequate space in a world of intersecting systems of oppression; about the importance of employing a diversity of tactics when working towards liberation & social justice; and about imperfection and not throwing people away (including ourselves!) when they mess up.Bear also shares candidly about their journey away from yoga and towards a simpler, more personally authentic spiritual practice.Bear is such a wonderful human who is doing amazing work in the world. Their next session of Undoing Patriarchy, an 8-week course designed for men who are trying to subvert patriarchy while also trying to survive it, starts on March 3rd. Please widely share & support their work!If you liked this week’s episode, would you please consider helping spread the word by doing one (or more!) of the following:-take a screenshot of your phone while listening, share to your stories, and tag @yinyogamagic @bearhebert_ and I so we know you’re listening!-subscribe on Spotify and/or iTunes-leave a 5-star review to help other people find the podcast!Some of the resources & references we mentioned include:Dr Beverly Danielle Tatum’s work on diversity as a result of committed liberation work.The article White Supremacy Culture by Tema OkunDr Brene Brown’s book, The Gifts of ImperfectionSarah M Chappell, Fanny’s business mentorSummary of Stages of Racial Identity Developmentbell hooksAlternate RootsFind Bear at,, and on IG as @bearhebert_Read more about Bear’s journey away from yoga (and why maybe you should, too) here.Subscribe!Spotify | iTunes
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