president, co-founder, & co-director
right around the age of 30, i had this moment of clarity: i had achieved everything i wanted to, everything i was supposed to, and it did not make me happy: ba, ma and phd from ivy league schools, a vice-president position at a private equity firm … and it all left me feeling kind of empty inside, and stressed out, and impatient, and wanting to complain all the time. it did not feel great, and it did not seem right! yoga had been a small part of my life until then. it wasn’t as glamorous as all the accolades and achievements i had been busy accumulating, but it felt good. i felt great, i felt refreshed, i felt grounded whenever i practiced. it was one of the few things in my life where more was clearly better!
so i continued my yoga, more and more … and met my soul-mate … a little more yoga … and i was ready to get married. whenever yoga touched a part of my life … that part of my life blossomed! that was it. i was ready, ready for the fast track to bliss. i let go of the things that were holding me back, and together with taylor opened prana power yoga.
it had taken a while, but i was ready. my daily yoga, my practice on and off the mat, it all shifted my spirit into high gear. it allowed my life to take off! and it works! i’ve seen it work, time and again: if you want true happiness, try yoga. it’s a lot simpler than you think!