Allie Hill is the founder of the Yogahaven studios. For the last two decades, yoga has been a constant in her life. Her yoga practice and the yoga community she has built up have been a great source of support to her, through good times and bad. When Allie was diagnosed with breast cancer, she found that community was a great help. She has also learned to practice gratitude; she describes yoga and gratitude as her ‘two tools for a happier existence’. Allie gives us some tips on writing journals and giving thanks for what we have.
Wellness Event Producer Samantha Moyo is the founding mother of the sober morning dance movement, Morning Gloryville. It’s a rave that lets people who love dancing the day in a playful, fun way without relying on drugs or alcohol. Samantha herself says she’s still an addict of sorts — Morning Gloryville helped her with drink […]
Kundalini Therapist When you feel there is something missing in your life, it’s probably you, says LA-based trauma specialist and Kundalini yoga teacher Azita Nahai. Straight-talking Nahai, Ph.D., specializes in a practical and holistic approach to help ‘turn shit into fertilizer’. Nahai, a child of Jewish Persian immigrants, suffered trauma first-hand from an abusive relationship […]