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Mindful : April 2019
With people in my inner circle, behind the scenes. If you pull the hood back, it’s intense. But I’ve never fallen victim to it. And I say to the people who have hurt me, “Thank you.” Because they have required me to heal. I have a lot of stuff to process from the past. I think I’m clearing a lot of it, and I feel grateful that I am able to do what I am doing. People refer to you as the new fitness guru, sometimes even a celebrity fitness guru. Is that what you are? That makes me laugh, too. I have friends who call themselves g urus. With all due respect, I don’t con- sider myself one. And to call me a celebrity fitness guru, that just makes me want to roll over. It makes me crazy because those celebrities who work out, they’re that way because they work their faces off for their own bodies. Nobody is putting them on a machine and doing the work for them. You now have four stu- dios. How do you keep the intention of this work from becoming diluted? It’s a fine balance. I’ve really had to have some hard conversations with myself, especially lately. One of the hard things would be if I lost my ability to teach and my community for some big dollar sign. That would be my worst nightmare. Do you consider yourself a luxury brand? I’d say yes. I love beautiful things. I’m also thrifty. I’ve done everything on a budget. And we’ve said no to a lot of pretty big deals because they didn’t feel right. We actually could have been a lot further in terms of opening studios and putting a lot more gas in the tank. We’re trying to be mindful as we move forward. So it’s like a double-edged sword: I like luxury, but I want this work to be accessible to all. Even your Retreatments? Those are pretty expensive. The retreats evolved in the same way The Class happened, which was a mash-up of all the things that I loved and needed. → “We’re trying to be mindful as we move forward. I like luxury, but I want this work to be accessible to all.” 28 mindful April 2019 Q&A