Writing my most recent blog about personal growth reminded me of my transformational move to Paris and remembered a letter  I wrote to friends and family 8 years ago describing my experience and thanking them for their unwavering support. I thought it would be fun...

The act of breathing is one that exemplifies on a very tangeable level the process of growing… the process of expanding and contracting. At different times in life, it is necessary to contract, to get very small and connected with your deepest and most authentic...

“Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.” ~Anais Nin During a sommelier course I took years ago I...

As a Teacher, I’ve known for years that I needed to host a wellness retreat for many reasons.  After holding my very first retreat last year the main reason became abundantly clear: to allow the student an opportunity to take their practice out of the studio...

  Picture this…. Waking up to the sound of waves gently rolling onto shore.  A soft breeze makes its way through flowing white curtains that lead the way to a setting so incredibly serene you’d think you were still dreaming. Once out of bed,  you walk onto the...

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Recently I've found myself up against a wall...

  I was somewhat surprised when I learned that Pilates was originally designed for men.  It makes sense that a man would create a method that felt most true to his own anatomy and physiology.  Even though he may have designed his method specifically on men...

Over the weekend I was able to try out a few new items from Athleta that I LOVED!! For a photo shoot that we did for my new website, Athleta graciously styled me in these beautiful grey Odyssey Chaturanga tights that fit comfortably AND are...

To celebrate the opening of Kevyn Zeller Pilates, the awesome crew at Lululemon on E 85th and Madison Avenue styled me in amazing workout clothes that I was able to feature in a photo shoot over the weekend. A few of the things I love most...