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Where does inspiration come from? An impulse, a movement, a great piece of music, an object, a painting, a sculpture -what do you think it is?
When I create a new choreography, a new yoga routine, a photo shoot, a campaign for a new idea like Magi-Chic, I tap into my heart, my soul, and I connect with source energy.
We are never ever away from it, but when we create, we are especially close. Sometimes I watch and I listen, observe my surroundings and nature gives me all that I need. Look around you and you will feel it! There is so much in our world that inspires us,-- in this picture you see sculptures in the background in downtown Chicago, a city full of exquisite Art, and in our photo shoot for a new yoga series, we were inspired to dive into what was around us, poseing with objects - true animation comes from inspiration - true creation comes from within.
"You are what you eat" - in this case- colorful!
When I prepare my plates, I make sure I prepare my meals with one thing in mind: It has to taste delicious! I rarely eat out, not because I don't like visiting beautiful restaurants, no, I like cooking!
I shop at places that have a great selection in organic fruits and vegetables, and I like to support family businesses like small grocery stores with produce from local farmers.
One of my motto is: "Aim for protein sources low in saturated fat and processed carbohydrates and rich in many nutrients."
Before you start packing in more protein, there are a few things to consider. For one, don't read "get more protein" as "eat more meat". Beef, poultry and pork ( as well as milk, cheese, and eggs) can certainly provide high-quality protein, - but so many plant foods - including whole grains, beans and other legumes, nuts and vegetables.
"Every day I go out into this beautiful Life that we live and I share it with everyone I meet."