From the past September 22 on mobile application download platforms ‘oh’, bilingual application Creative wellness of the latest generation made by the Colombian artist José Álvaro Osorio Balvin, better known J Balvinin cooperation with the general director Mario Chamorroand COO, Patrick Dowd.
Now, JOSÉ is Chief Dream Officer: Dream Director of ‘oh’ a virtual platform that has a purpose “to innovate the wellness category through the concept of turning emotions into creative actions“. Through this application, the interpreter of the songs ‘Mi Gente’ and ‘Ginza’ wants his fans and all users of the platform to start transformation their emotions and become creators of their lives.
“After the pandemic, young people in the world, actually all of us, are very exhausted. Anxiety, depression and feeling lost in life are very common now,” Balvin said.. Besides that Mario ChamorroThe Colombian recognized as a ‘coach’ of happiness, the urban artist has support another 10 Colombians under his initiative.
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These are Yudy Arias, Isabel Gracés, Luisa Restrepo, Bomby, Manuela Mejía, Mulahttaz and other more influential people he chose J Balvin and his team to be part of this application. Your goal within OH YEAH is to lead and share different practices that help improve the quality of life, relationships with oneself and the environment.
Here are 10 of Balvin’s collaborators in their goal of improving the well-being of OYE users:
Yudy Arias She is a famous yoga instructor, model, presenter and entrepreneur. With her work, she helped many artists to find their place on the urban music scene, as is the case with his nephew ‘Maluma’. Within the app, his meditations help you feel peace and creative expression.
Isabel Graces is a voice actress and singer. In fact, she is currently recognized for being everywhere in Spanish for Isabela Madrigal in the movie Encanto. With his meditation sessions at OYE, he wants people to reconnect with their inexhaustible source of power.
Luisa Restrepo, for his part, is tasked with providing app users with his meditation a guide to identifying the source of abundance that is always available and sustains our existence. In addition, she is a mentor of life and courage, and creates writing and personal development programs.
Joselo Gutierrez He is a well-known healer and teacher of Chi-kung, yoga, psychology, physiotherapy and acupuncture. Through her internship at OYE, Gutiérrez intends to help foster the coherence and connection of mind and body.
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Manuel Mejia is in charge of directing practices that allow the user to meet his vital force and harmonize through singing; She does this through her specialty as a sound healer, expert in meditation, sound yoga and breath control.
Bombs helps OYE users in a way almost similar to what it does J Balvin with his work, since this Colombian is a singer-songwriter who was mainly influenced by the Caribbean sounds and rhythms of the African diaspora. His practices are intended to relieve loneliness and connect with the inner rhythm.
Tatiana Giraldo She is a model and an artist, who is an example of resilience despite the seeming limitations she bravely faces, since even with a leg prosthesis due to a genetic malformation, she is a balloonist and a dancer. His practice aims to raise self-esteem and self-confidence.
John Paul Gaviria He is focused on his profession as a mentor and author, based on mindfulness and life coaching. His practices aim to help people find the purpose of each person on earth.
Amal uses the power of words to guide OYE users to find balance and recognize the inexhaustible source of creation. His name means ‘hope’ and that is why this self-taught artist manages to convey sensitivity with his words from the soul.
Finally, they did three Colombian women which form one of the most innovative practices of OYE, dance as therapy. It is about a collective Mulahttaz which have the task of highlighting the Caribbean heritage, reggae and Dancehall rhythms and at the same time implementing the practice “perreo get well“, which allow you to shake off shame, release frustration and remove emotional weight.
But behind the practice, Balvin He also has the support of two other important Colombians. is around Isaac Lee, co-founder of OYE and Colombian journalist, president of Exile Content and former president of Univisión. It is also Carlos López, a Colombian therapist who heads the OYE Wellness Councilas well as J Balvin’s therapist, and one of the most important researchers in Latin America who personally guided the artist on his journey of emotional well-being, creativity and influence.