Nikki Thomas

Saturdays (10am – 3pm)

NIKKI THOMAS is a radio host, certified yoga instructor, speaker, host, and founder of The SOUL YOGA PROJECT–offering healing and empowerment through yoga.  She uses her unique combination of skills and talents to inspire others and to create tools for personal revolution,

Nikki spent 13 years on 102.9 KBLX as part of the legendary Kevin Brown Morning Show, and more recently local co-host of the Steve Harvey Morning Show.  Nikki was recently re-hired at KBLX, creating a dynamic alignment of community and #SOULpower.

An engaging host, she’s interviewed an impressive list of celebs:  Then president Bill Clinton, actor Sidney Poitier, Actors Jamie Foxx, Vivica Fox, Marlon and Sean Wayans, Mike Epps, Sinbad, Stephanie Mills, Sheila E, India Aire, Nephew Tommy, Janelle Monae, and Tamar Braxton.

Dynamic, Fearless, and Authentic on the mic, Nikki is an in-demand MC, speaker and host. Her high energy SOUL YOGA opener is a favorite for kicking off wellness conferences! Movement, meditation, and empowerment is a unique and winning combination! Nikki provides the spark needed to inspire personal revolution in audiences all over the country!

Nikki has opened for Steve Harvey, Iyanla Vanzant, Nephew Tommy and more.

Listen Up Bay Area Interview with Armand: Yes Conference

Peyton Brooks Siville, Board member for the Youth for the Environment and Sustainability and Raquel Trinidad, Yes Conference Organizer came in to talk about the Yes Conference and event a part of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)’s Climate Initiatives Program, completed in partnership with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Alliance for Smiles

Alison Healy, Executive Director at Alliance for Smiles came in to talk about the amazing organization Alliance for Smiles, a non-profit involved with other cleft lip and palate organizations and collectively they wanted to create two types of programs: to send medical teams to sites to perform corrective surgery, and …

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