Super Soul Sunday
Sundays at 11 a.m. ET/PT
Join Oprah under the oak trees at her California home as she speaks with author Gary Zukav and his wife, Linda Francis. Their relationship might change the way you think about yours.
Have you always been curious about yoga but weren't sure where to start? Meet Margo Kellison, a yoga teacher with a passion for helping anyone who wants to give yoga a try. Get an introduction to yoga and try out her poses right in the comfort of your own home today!
On January 29, three remarkable women take you on a journey within.
See what it's really like to be on a SoulPancake video shoot! Go behind the scenes for the filming of Soul Scribble and Dancewalk.
See what it's really like to be on a SoulPancake video shoot! In SoulPancake's Shout Out, the team sets up a giant microphone on a busy street and invites people to express extreme gratitude to someone who changed their life.
If you want to start the New Year off right, Oprah has the film for you! Watch the message she recorded on her iPad and find out why she thinks everyone should watch I Am on "Super Soul Sunday" on January 1.
Director Tom Shadyac wants to show you his really impressive library and explain why you don't necessarily need to read volumes of history or philosophy to solve the world's problems. In fact, you may already know the solution. Find out how by watching Tom's documentary I Am January 1 at 8 a.m. and noon ET/PT on "Super Soul Sunday."
What's wrong with our world, and what can we do about it? Join filmmaker Tom Shadyac on an unforgettable journey to answer those questions in the documentary I Am, which makes its network debut on "Super Soul Sunday" January 1, 2012, from 8 to 11 a.m. ET/PT.
Find out what's new with Jonas Elrod, the subject of the film Wake Up, after the airing of the film on OWN's "Super Soul Sunday."
The Rev. Ed Bacon explains how you can be spiritual but not religious, and he reveals why he doesn't want everyone to attend church on Sundays.
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