#MovementMonday: TRX Arms with Michelle Vahey

#MovementMonday: TRX Arms with Michelle Vahey

TRX is back — this week, Michelle is tackling arms! We think you’ll want to follow suit…

This post comes to you from TRX instructor and co-founder of VIDA Performance Michelle Vahey, who will be introducing us to new workouts all month long! 

Note: For each exercise, aim to do 10-15 reps of each, 1- 3 rounds.

TRX Y DELTOID FLY; 10-15 reps

Stand with your feet together (harder) or apart (easier), arms pulled back to a Y position, tension on the TRX, palms forward. Lower body, keep arms straight, return to start position by slowly extending arms. Try not to bend the arms and keep your body on a plank position.

TRX ROW; 10-15 reps

Start by pulling your shoulders down and back, bend elbows, palms facing each other, hands besides chest. Walk your feet towards the anchor point until there is a squeeze on the back. Lower your body down by extending your arms but don’t protract your shoulder blades. Maintain plank position. Return, pull body toward anchor point by driving elbows beside body.

 

TRX BICEP CURL; 10-15 reps

Start by bending your elbows higher than your shoulders with pinkies aligned to temples. Walk your feet towards anchor point until you feel a squeeze in the biceps. Lower body down until arms are fully extended, maintain plank. Pull body toward anchor point by bringing pinkies to temples. Elbows remain high, eyes on anchor point.

TRX SWIMMER PULL; 10-15 reps

Start with hands besides hips, palms back, tension on the TRX. Offset your feet. Lower body down, keep arms extended, maintain plank. Pull on handles, drive palms back, maintain plank.

TRX TRICEP PRESS; 10-15 reps

Stand facing away from the anchor point. Extend arms in front of shoulders, palms down. Choose appropriate foot stance, keeping in mind that the closer your feet are to the anchor point, the harder this may be. Keep elbows up and stationary, lower body down until thumbs are next to temples. Drive through palms to extend the arms while maintaining plank.

TRX CHEST PRESS; 10-15 reps

Start facing away from the anchor point. Extend arms in front of shoulders, and choose your foot stance. Maintain plank as you lower body down by bending elbows 90 degrees. Drive through the palms while squeezing the chest, maintain plank position at all times.

+ Check back next Monday for more from Michelle, and check out other #MovementMonday routines here! 

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#MovementMonday: TRX Abs with Michelle Vahey

#MovementMonday: TRX Abs with Michelle Vahey

New season, new you! Welcoming TRX into your fitness routine…

This post comes to you from TRX instructor and co-founder of VIDA Performance Michelle Vahey, who will be introducing us to new workout series all month long! 

TRX SIDE PLANK WITH ROTATION

Start by suspending your feet on to the straps. Make sure your feet are dorsi flexed (toes towards your shins) at all times, your legs and core are active and engaged. To start the rotation make sure your elbow is right under your shoulder and begin lifting your hips as you rotate your chest to face down parallel to the ground and your toes will face downwards to the ground, forming a V shape with your body. Return to the side plank and repeat.

BODY SAW WITH KNEE TUCK

Start with feet suspended and dorsi flexed (as if you where standing on the ground), elbows directly underneath your shoulders. Begin the saw by pulling feet back so shoulders move away from your elbows, important to keep squeezing your gluteus  AT ALL TIMES to protect your lower back. Make sure you don’t sag your hips. As the feet come back toward the starting point,  bring the knees in towards your chest and lift the hips to create a crunch. Extend legs back to initial plank and repeat.

TRX PIKE

Make sure that you dorsi flex your feet while suspended on your plank. Squeeze your gluteus and make sure your hands are directly underneath your shoulders. To begin the pike press the feet on the straps using your leg strength and begin to lift your hips up to the ceiling, creating a V shape with your body while your head naturally will end in between your biceps. Release back to your strong plank, repeat.

TRX OBLIQUE KNEELING ROLL OUT

Start directly underneath the anchor point, facing away from it. Kneel sideways and then turn your torso so your shoulders are parallel to the ground. Start rolling forward, leading with your front hip. Make sure your arms stay straight and never allow biceps to roll out past your ears. Inhale on the roll out and exhale on the roll in. Keep core engaged at all times. Repeat.

TRX SUPINE LEG DROP

Begin by extending your straps about 3 inches from the ground. Lay on your back with your head underneath the anchor point and your feet going away from the anchor point. Press your hands on the cradles with your arms straight by your hips. Press your hands on the cradles as you lift both legs up and lower slowly using your core.
+ Check back next Monday for more from Michelle and check out other #MovementMonday routines here! 

 

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The One Collection That Converted This Free Flowing Yogi To A Sports-Bra Lover

The One Collection That Converted This Free Flowing Yogi To A Sports-Bra Lover

Introducing bras that stay in place…

This post is part of an ongoing collaboration with Well+Good

When shopping for a sports bra, every woman runs through a personal mental checklist of priorities. Whether it’s support, the newest tech innovations, or styling details, something tops the list that will determine whether the bra ends up in the “must-have” or “no-way” pile.

Love Yoga co-founder Sian Gordon has the same checklist, but her set of qualifications is a tad different: “I like to feel like I’m not wearing a bra when I’m wearing a bra,” she says. Luckily for Gordon, the collections have created a mix of all of the important sports-bra qualities with maximum comfort. Our activewear line is designed to achieve balance between function and fashion, and the bra department is no different.

As the epitome of a free-spirited yogi, Gordon is serious about finding yoga clothes that feel like a second skin. And we mean literally: Just check out all the serene nature shots of her practicing yoga in the buff on her Instagram. “I think it’s nice to do yoga naked, but that’s not practical most of the time,” Gordon admits — and considering her teaching schedule, that’s definitely true. “That’s when I appreciate bras that stay in place.”

To find a bra that fits her effortless activewear style, Gordon personally tested out four FP Movement bras around Santa Monica in celebration of our new FP Movement pop-up to judge their comfort levels (and call her favorite).

Scroll down for four FP Movement looks that are yogi-approved — and see which one is Gordon’s pick for max comfort. 

Lira Bra + Lira Legging

Don’t be fooled by the corset-inspired steam detailing — this comfy number feels nothing like the restrictive undergarments of the 16th century. With a zip front and adjustable straps, this bra’s mantra is “comfort over everything” (while still maintaining stylish presentation, of course).

Glow For It Bra

The pretty criss-cross straps on the back give this gem endless photo potential — and when you’re snapping pics for your Insta story, you definitely don’t want to worry about a wardrobe malfunction. With compression fabric that lies flat to the skin without digging in, you can focus on soaking up the good vibes of your asanas and not on whether your bra is pinching.

Seamless Method Bra + Slit Knee Legging 

Think of this one as your personal AC unit. The ventilation details on the super-soft fabric actually cool the skin, which will be your savior during your next hot yoga class. Pair with some super-stretchy slit-knee leggings for ultimate comfort and cooling — from your summertime commute to the sweatiest of cardio classes.

Evolution Sports Bra + Barely There Legging

Gordon tried the Evolution Sports Bra in the ultimate yoga-wear challenge: the handstand test. How did it fare? “It didn’t budge, which is a good thing!” Gordon says. “I liked that I could think about my handstand and not worry about my bra — and it’s cute!” Call that a double tap. (PS, this one was Gordon’s fave.)

+ Looking for more Well+Good? Check out more of our collaboration with them here

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The One Collection That Converted This Free Flowing Yogi To A Sports-Bra Lover

The One Collection That Converted This Free Flowing Yogi To A Sports-Bra Lover

Introducing bras that stay in place…

This post is part of an ongoing collaboration with Well+Good

When shopping for a sports bra, every woman runs through a personal mental checklist of priorities. Whether it’s support, the newest tech innovations, or styling details, something tops the list that will determine whether the bra ends up in the “must-have” or “no-way” pile.

Love Yoga co-founder Sian Gordon has the same checklist, but her set of qualifications is a tad different: “I like to feel like I’m not wearing a bra when I’m wearing a bra,” she says. Luckily for Gordon, the collections have created a mix of all of the important sports-bra qualities with maximum comfort. Our activewear line is designed to achieve balance between function and fashion, and the bra department is no different.

As the epitome of a free-spirited yogi, Gordon is serious about finding yoga clothes that feel like a second skin. And we mean literally: Just check out all the serene nature shots of her practicing yoga in the buff on her Instagram. “I think it’s nice to do yoga naked, but that’s not practical most of the time,” Gordon admits — and considering her teaching schedule, that’s definitely true. “That’s when I appreciate bras that stay in place.”

To find a bra that fits her effortless activewear style, Gordon personally tested out four FP Movement bras around Santa Monica in celebration of our new FP Movement pop-up to judge their comfort levels (and call her favorite).

Scroll down for four FP Movement looks that are yogi-approved — and see which one is Gordon’s pick for max comfort. 

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Lira Bra + Lira Legging

Don’t be fooled by the corset-inspired steam detailing — this comfy number feels nothing like the restrictive undergarments of the 16th century. With a zip front and adjustable straps, this bra’s mantra is “comfort over everything” (while still maintaining stylish presentation, of course).

Glow For It Bra

The pretty criss-cross straps on the back give this gem endless photo potential — and when you’re snapping pics for your Insta story, you definitely don’t want to worry about a wardrobe malfunction. With compression fabric that lies flat to the skin without digging in, you can focus on soaking up the good vibes of your asanas and not on whether your bra is pinching.

Seamless Method Bra + Slit Knee Legging 

Think of this one as your personal AC unit. The ventilation details on the super-soft fabric actually cool the skin, which will be your savior during your next hot yoga class. Pair with some super-stretchy slit-knee leggings for ultimate comfort and cooling — from your summertime commute to the sweatiest of cardio classes.

Evolution Sports Bra + Barely There Legging

Gordon tried the Evolution Sports Bra in the ultimate yoga-wear challenge: the handstand test. How did it fare? “It didn’t budge, which is a good thing!” Gordon says. “I liked that I could think about my handstand and not worry about my bra — and it’s cute!” Call that a double tap. (PS, this one was Gordon’s fave.)

+ Looking for more Well+Good? Check out more of our collaboration with them here

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The One Collection That Converted This Free Flowing Yogi To A Sports-Bra Lover

The One Collection That Converted This Free Flowing Yogi To A Sports-Bra Lover

Introducing bras that stay in place…

This post is part of an ongoing collaboration with Well+Good

When shopping for a sports bra, every woman runs through a personal mental checklist of priorities. Whether it’s support, the newest tech innovations, or styling details, something tops the list that will determine whether the bra ends up in the “must-have” or “no-way” pile.

Love Yoga co-founder Sian Gordon has the same checklist, but her set of qualifications is a tad different: “I like to feel like I’m not wearing a bra when I’m wearing a bra,” she says. Luckily for Gordon, the collections have created a mix of all of the important sports-bra qualities with maximum comfort. Our activewear line is designed to achieve balance between function and fashion, and the bra department is no different.

As the epitome of a free-spirited yogi, Gordon is serious about finding yoga clothes that feel like a second skin. And we mean literally: Just check out all the serene nature shots of her practicing yoga in the buff on her Instagram. “I think it’s nice to do yoga naked, but that’s not practical most of the time,” Gordon admits — and considering her teaching schedule, that’s definitely true. “That’s when I appreciate bras that stay in place.”

To find a bra that fits her effortless activewear style, Gordon personally tested out four FP Movement bras around Santa Monica in celebration of our new FP Movement pop-up to judge their comfort levels (and call her favorite).

Scroll down for four FP Movement looks that are yogi-approved — and see which one is Gordon’s pick for max comfort. 

</div

Lira Bra + Lira Legging

Don’t be fooled by the corset-inspired steam detailing — this comfy number feels nothing like the restrictive undergarments of the 16th century. With a zip front and adjustable straps, this bra’s mantra is “comfort over everything” (while still maintaining stylish presentation, of course).

Glow For It Bra

The pretty criss-cross straps on the back give this gem endless photo potential — and when you’re snapping pics for your Insta story, you definitely don’t want to worry about a wardrobe malfunction. With compression fabric that lies flat to the skin without digging in, you can focus on soaking up the good vibes of your asanas and not on whether your bra is pinching.

Seamless Method Bra + Slit Knee Legging 

Think of this one as your personal AC unit. The ventilation details on the super-soft fabric actually cool the skin, which will be your savior during your next hot yoga class. Pair with some super-stretchy slit-knee leggings for ultimate comfort and cooling — from your summertime commute to the sweatiest of cardio classes.

Evolution Sports Bra + Barely There Legging

Gordon tried the Evolution Sports Bra in the ultimate yoga-wear challenge: the handstand test. How did it fare? “It didn’t budge, which is a good thing!” Gordon says. “I liked that I could think about my handstand and not worry about my bra — and it’s cute!” Call that a double tap. (PS, this one was Gordon’s fave.)

+ Looking for more Well+Good? Check out more of our collaboration with them here

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The Color to Wear for the Most Mood-Boosting Workouts

The Color to Wear for the Most Mood-Boosting Workouts

You guessed it: It isn’t black….

This post is part of an ongoing collaboration with Well+Good

Your black leggings have always been the anchor of your tried-and-true workout look, but a brighter color is having a major moment in the world of athleisure: Pink.

Yup, rosé all day just got taken to a whole new level courtesy of FP Movement, our chic activewear line that combines fashion and function for head-turning looks that will take you from yoga straight to brunch. FP Movement’s take on the flushed-fashion trend is inspired by the philosophy that when you look amazing, you feel amazing. And what inspires good vibes more than happy hues? (Specifically, the color of watermelon and girl power.)

From high-performance leggings to cozy hoodies and matching yoga mats, these are the looks that will give you that post-workout-endorphins feel…before class even starts.

Scroll down for 8 pink activewear looks that will make you stand out at your next workout class (in the best way).

Kyoto Legging + Lua Bra

Finally, leggings with pockets are a thing (insert praise hands emoji here). Pair these extra soft leggings with the high-neck bra you’re going to want to wear with everything, and strike a (yoga) pose—without having to juggle your tangle of headphones, phone, and keys.

Yella Hoodie + Harem Jogger

For ultimate freedom of movement, this roomy hoodie-jogger combo is a fashion-forward take on the tracksuit that’s ideal for layering over your gym-wear (or for lounging if you want to call it a rest day).

 

Pop Color Sports Bra

Underneath your bold outer layer, rock a super supportive sports bra that doesn’t skimp on style. Adjustable straps prioritize comfort, while high-tech fabric proves pink isn’t just for looking pretty.

Breeze Yarn Turtleneck + Shade Flare

ICYMI: Flowy pants are the new leggings. Pair these ultra-soft oversized sweats with a form-fitting long sleeve for an active-layering look that’s made for outdoor runs and covering up after a sweaty indoor class. (Think: post-Peloton once the weather turns.)

Techloom Pro Trainer

Your toes can get in on the all-pink trend, too (beyond your pedicure, of course) courtesy of these blush APLs that are sleek enough to wear with a dress, but sturdy enough to crush a 10K.

Twist and Shout Tee

Great for layering (so you can add more shades of pink to your outfit, obviously), this tank is made from FP Movement’s Wicked Triblend fabric—which wicks away moisture to keep you comfortable even during your sweatiest HIIT seshes.

Barely There Bra + Barely There Leggings

But if you want to lose a layer, show off your rose-tinted sports bra and coordinating leggings. The Signature Seamless fabric is super flexible yet durable enough for a hard-hitting boxing class—so it’s basically like working out in a second skin.

Sun Salutation Yoga Bag + Rose Deodorant

For the full effect, give your accessories the blush treatment, too. A hot-pink yoga mat will keep the good vibes flowing, and with a rose-and-vanilla-scented vegan deodorant, you’ll have the whole matching-scent thing down, too.

 

+Looking for more Well+Good? Check out our collaboration with them here

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FP How We: Yoga

FP How We: Yoga

A home office journey through the deep healing that is yoga…

This post comes to you from Elizabeth Sitzler, senior teacher and head of the mysore program at the Ashtanga Yoga School of Philadelphia.

One of the only “necessaries” for practicing yoga is a focus on bodily awareness and breath-connection. That focus allows us to investigate the concept of Vinyasa – the linking of breath and movement. Since Vinyasa is one of the foundational aspects of Ashtanga yoga, my goal is to emphasize breath and movement in all classes. This particular sequence was rooted in the primary and secondary series of my Ashtanga practice, which are designed to provide grounding energy, or apana, deep healing, and cleansing of the nervous system, through the use of breathing, posture and gaze.

On August 3rd, I had the pleasure of joining the Free People community at its home office to teach a one-hour, Ashtanga-inspired Vinyasa yoga class. The team had created a beautiful space for practice, decorated with tall plants, soft candlelight and a special Free People touch, which provided a tranquil atmosphere for the students.

Class began with several rounds of cat-cows. Cat-cows are done to open the hips, spine, chest, and shoulders, and serve to bring attention to our bandhas, or internal energy locks. On an inhale, we entered cow pose by arching our back, tilting our pelvis forward, and dropping our head back. On an exhale, we transitioned to cat pose by rounding our back, tucking our pelvis, and dropping our head down.

Next, we heated the body by flowing through 5 sun salutation A’s and 3 sun salutation B’s, then transitioning to standing and balancing postures, including two standing forward bends, triangle, revolved triangle, side angle, revolved side angle, wide legged forward bend, pyramid pose, standing big-toe hold, tree pose, chair pose, a vinyasa with an optional exit through crane pose, warrior one, warrior two, and reverse warrior. The benefits of these postures include opening our spine, hamstrings and hips, as well as strengthening our quadriceps and core. These postures are also nice because they detoxify our bodies, provide a grounding energy, and prepare us for seated postures and back bends.

We opened the seated sequence with staff pose, to lay a foundation for what was to come. We did a seated forward bend, table-top, head to knee pose, seated spinal twist, bound angle, and boat pose. This specific sequence includes highlights from the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The benefits of these postures are similar to those in the standing and balancing section, and further serve to prepare the body for back bending.

The peak of our practice was our back bending sequence, which included locust pose, bow pose, and a vinyasa forward from downward facing dog to enter the option for either bridge or upward bow pose. Back bends, which serve to energetically awaken the body, open our front (specifically the heart) and strengthen our back. After our back bend sequence was complete, we took a supine twist on each side and another seated forward bend to release our spines. Finally, I closed our practice with viparita karani, an inversion. Inversions are extremely restorative and improve our circulation. After many breaths while inverted, the group took savasana, or final rest.

 

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For Maria Margolies, It’s All About Breath and Body

For Maria Margolies, It’s All About Breath and Body

What motivates the instructor of our upcoming Glacier National Park FP Escape? Come on and find out…

“[Glacier] is so vast, untouched and sacred. It appears as if no one has ever walked its grounds. I’m looking forward to immersing myself in the wild, connecting with the land and its creatures, and sharing guidance and energy with a beautiful tribe of women.”

Zodiac sign: Gemini

Birthplace: Bogota, Colombia

Your website says that you are a: Mystical Gypsy Traveler. Mother. Spirit Surfer. Plant Obsessed. Healer. Yogini. Teacher. Consciousness Awakener. Cosmic Dancer. Creative cook. Eternal Student. Sacred Activist. How did you come to embrace all of these wonderful qualities? This is the story of my life. Since I can remember I’ve been using my body, this vessel in which I travel the physical world as a tool to heal and access the world, it drives my curiosity. I passionately believe in movement as medicine. Movement is another form of nourishment, just as important as food and one of the most healing practices we can do for ourselves.

My interest for healing and wellness sparked at a very young age — dancer since the age of 5, vegetarian at 15. And as the closet nerd that I am, I read and study as much as I can about all of the things that interest me. I like to dive deep and not swim in shallow waters. Because of my air nature and gypsy spirit, I was called to move: to travel, to leave my native country to explore and experience the world firsthand. It was on this journey where I learned about myself and my path. My passion for health and wellness deepened and evolved: I developed an interest in cooking and experimenting with flavors, spices and medicinal herbs, understanding their benefits and how these affected not only my practice but my whole energetic and physical being… and of course, my love affair with riding waves began.

I weave all these teachings, passions, experiences, travel and studies into my daily practice and rituals. They are part of who I am and they inform my teaching as well as my holistic approach to wellness and life. But I never stop being a student. I continue to study and explore as much as I can with my teachers and on my own. I am very curious!

You will be guiding our next Escapes trip through Glacier National Park. What can our guests anticipate learning from you? Our highest intention will be to connect to our cosmic centre — that constant place of awareness within. We will be placing a great deal of emphasis on breath. I believe there is a direct connection between the breath and mind. If we work with our breath we can heal our minds, while yoga asanas heal our body. Breath provides us with our ebb and flow — it unifies, sustains and informs us in every level. It’s our life force. It communicates with our body, heals and stops the fluctuations of the mind and even increases our longevity.

Being on a retreat provides an ideal opportunity to venture within. To stop, contemplate and learn about ourselves. Through unified flows of asana and synchronicity with the breath, our experience with the internal and external worlds will deepen, tone our systems and rebalance our entire body. There will also be plenty of playtime! Plus, I’ll be sharing a hands-on Radical Radiance workshop with herbal alchemy and recipes to glow inside and out.

For those of us who can’t accompany you, what lesson/s can you impart on us to integrate into our daily exploration? I think that the biggest, most important message in these very difficult, busy times is to find quiet and go within. Disconnect. Listen. Witness. Observe your mind. Find time to connect to our cosmic center. The divine.

Nowadays we are always connected, constantly moving, with so many distractions and spending way too much time in front of a screen. So, consciously trading some of that time to mere contemplating, observing and cultivating a meditation practice is very important. A moment of meditation can refresh you on every level, give you the tools to cope with whatever life brings you, and ultimately guide you to happiness.

What’s the best piece of advice you ever got? Be you.

Worst advice? I can’t remember, it was that bad!

Spirit animal: Butterfly.

What does the word free mean to you? Free means to be me. Authentic. To be awake and keep consciousness alive. To Give. To Love myself. And to be attached to nothing, yet connected to everything.

Photos by Enrique Aviles.

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Soho Pop-In: Meditation with Biet Simkin

Soho Pop-In: Meditation with Biet Simkin

Looking for help when blissing out? Let Biet Simkin be your guide — she’ll be in our Soho pop-up on July 10th at 10am… Or, read on to get an intro to Biet and quieting your inner self…

Star sign: Aries, but I use a completely different system to understand myself.
5 words that best describe you: Witty, easygoing, bright, unique, blissed-out.
What motivates you: The meaning of life. Finding out exactly what it is, relating it to others.
Your ideal dream state: Being in love. The state I am in right now. Divided attention with one eye on my beautiful soul and another hand on the pulse of this wild, wild world.
How meditation changed your life: I mean, I don’t know where to start. The truth is, I’ve meditating my whole life since I was in diapers, studying with my father. Meditation has led me to be one of the happiest people on the planet. I am malleable, open, vulnerable, lucky, present, grounded and magical. All these qualities come from my inner world. To get to your inner world, you gotta meditate. Period.
Can you tell us who/what is the 3rd self? The third self is the all-knowing, super quiet and super calm part of self. I have found in my own work that, unless I pay mind to this part of myself and ask it for help, it won’t be able to help. So by giving space for this other part of me to open up, I create a birthing ground for higher consciousness. Remember this third part of yourself is like a compass.
 
How do you find her? You find this part of yourself by meditating daily and connecting whenever you are upset or disturbed, by stopping and saying something internally like, “Please help me, please be with me and show me my next step?”
 
How often should one do this? I would start by doing it every morning and then progress into doing it whenever you feel stressed or sad or disturbed in any way.
 
Are there any rights/wrongs to meditation? Yes, I believe there are right and wrong ways. That’s why it is important to find a teacher, read books, throw yourself into the study of those who have awoken before you. I know that, during my search, this surrender helped me. 
 
Meditating with your cat is not wrong.

Beginner visualization: Sit with a bouquet of fresh flowers and a scented candle, and observe the beauty of these things. As you sit and gaze, focus on your breath. In this silence, observe your senses for 15 minutes (time it so you know). When time is up, I like to employ a technique I like to refer to as “asking.”

Ask your 3rd self (with first two selves being the body and mind) what you should do with your day. Say to this 3rd self, “please be with me and direct my thinking and reactions as I move through the day and help me see what my next action is to be.”
You’ll be pretty amazed at what comes back to you! <3
 
+ Follow Biet’s journey at @guidedbybiet on IG!
Photos by Jana Kirn.

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Soho Pop-Up: July Sign-Ups!

Soho Pop-Up: July Sign-Ups!

Attend the exclusive workshop that’s best suited to you, featuring some of the finest women in wellness…

That’s right — we’re bringing you round three of our FREE wellness-infused residency at Free People’s Soho pop-up! Keep your wellness game going strong, and check out what we have in store for you this month!

Head to the bottom of this page to RSVP. Refer to the below calendar and opt in for the class best suited to you and what you’re craving. If you’re experiencing any difficulty in signing up, it may be that both the particular class and waitlist are at capacity! You must select the “sign up” button in order to secure your spot — this button will appear only next to open classes!

Movement Monday:

‘Guided by Biet’ meditation with Biet Simkin.

Wellness Wednesdays and Thursday:

Full Moon Ritual with Ruby Warrington.

Loving Your Lady Parts as a Path to Success with Alisa Vitti.

Crystalizing Your Beauty Rountine with Maha Rose.

Summer Sugar Detox with Summer Rayne Oakes.

Fitness Fridays:

Every Friday this month, spend $100 in-store and receive a FREE class voucher to Soul Cycle!

How-To: Intention Setting, Manifesting & Co-Creating Workshop with Nina Endrst.

Savasana Saturdays and Sundays: 

Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Georgina Berbari.

‘Guided by Biet’ Meditation with Biet Simkin.

Quickie Wellness with Glacce Crystal Water Bottles, Tonik & 8G.

Can’t make it? Be sure to shop Tonik and 8g — here

A few things to note: 

Our Quickie Wellness events are by walk-in only — no need to make a reservation.

All other classes are by appointment, so they must be booked using the below MindBody sign-up tool.

Please arrive within 10 minutes of start time to keep your spot for all events.

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