True Self and conscious success.™
Offline™ began as a podcast — a series of honest conversations with the people behind our favourite Instagram accounts and the teachers who help us on our way. Host and founder, Alison Rice, wanted to explore the concept of True Self. What is life like on the other side of the filter? Who are we without the social media followings, the shiny job titles and the other labels we put on ourselves? And most importantly: When we're offline and sitting in our True Self, who are we?
After five acclaimed seasons, hundreds of thousands of downloads and a sold-out national tour, Alison evolved Offline into a self development pathway. Offline facilitates emotional, professional and spiritual epiphanies, and provides its community with the resources, knowledge and support framework to evolve. It exists to help us make contact with the deepest, truest part of ourselves — our True Self — so we can create, lead and succeed consciously.
Offline's offering includes Alison's acclaimed podcast; her conscious school called Self Study™, which includes online courses and knowledge sessions dedicated to putting us in touch with our True Self so we can create, lead and succeed consciously; personal coaching, considered merchandise and spiritual tools to help deepen our True Self practices; and Offline Experiences, a national events program that includes live episode recordings of the podcast, intimate women's circles and retreats.
Through acknowledging her own privilege and how it has led her to suppress some voices while giving power to others, Alison set a representation quota in January 2020 for all future seasons. This the first of many steps she needs to take to become a long-term ally to Black, Indigenous, People of Colour. She also endeavours to make all of Offline's services and offerings available on payment plans; and alongside a recurring monthly donation, gives five percent of all net Offline profits to Gunawirra — a charity on a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and children.