Sasha on the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn, wearing Hyde organic cotton yoga apparel.
If you had told me as a grad student that a few years later I’d be doing what I’m doing, I would have laughed, questioned your sanity and gone on with my day.
Yet here I am: an M.F.A. graduate from Academy of Art University’s fashion merchandising program, happily concocting green smoothies, teaching yoga, coaching clients on wellness and healthy lifestyle habits and working for an organic yoga apparel company.
We hear stories like this all the time, someone experiencing a health revelation after reading a book, seeing a segment on TV, watching a documentary, surviving a health scare or personal crisis. This is often the way adopting wellness practices works: it can creep up quickly, slyly, with the best intentions of turning your world upside down (or rather right-side-up).