In this episode, I'm talking journalist Sarah Larson. Sarah has been a writer with the New Yorker for many years now and has contributed over 400 pieces for the New Yorker. She often pens pieces on culture and the arts and has produced some incredibly insightful work. Sarah Larson https://www.newyorker.com/contributor...
23.) Sarah Larson Levey: Building Y7 Yoga Studio, coping with miscarriage, & balancing energy in the body.
The Not So Simple Life
In this episode, Kylie & Sophie are joined by the founder of the one of the fastest growing fitness companies, Sarah Larson Levey. Frustrated by her lousy yoga class experience, Sarah created Y7 Studio. She is yoga's newest mogul, and maybe its most unlikely one. "This all came about because I actually hate yoga," Levey says of her five-year-old company, Y7 Studio, which has eight locations in New York City, two outposts in Los Angeles, and plans to expand to at least two more cities by next year. In its modish studios, young urbanites strike ancient poses by candlelight as hip-hop thumps through speakers and infrared heaters ensure everyone works up a good sweat. Y7 stands at No. 80 on the 2018 Inc. 5000. She comes on this episode to share the story of how she created her incredible & booming business. Amidst all of this massive success, Sarah unfortunately went through two tragic instances with miscarriage, one of which was predicted by a tarot reader. She is here to speak on how she pushed through and healed through these horrible times while still maintaining the massive growth of Y7. She speaks on the importance of sharing your journey to heal and connect with others. She explains the detoxifying benefits of hot yoga and how we can align our chakras in these classes. Energy is an important factor in the human body and Sarah is going to explain that in this episode. These three get into the topic of bullying, general wellness tips, babies & so much more. We hope that you can find some inspiration in this episode with our lovely guest. You can find Sarah on Instagram @Sarah_Ayako, @Y7studio, & on https://online.y7-studio.com/. If you liked this episode, please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts. Leave us a rating and review to tell us what's on your mind! Take a journey on over to our podcast Instagram page @TheNotSoSimpleLifePodcast. Feel free to email info@TNSSlife.com if you want to get in touch with @KylieVonnahme & @SophieLongford! Our website is www.TNSSlife.com & TUNE IN FOR NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY...See ya'll then!
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95: Creating the Next Big Thing with Sarah Larson & Mason Levey
Sarah Larson & Mason Levey are the co-founders of the New York-based fitness hot spot, Y7 Studio which has 13 locations around the country. After many years of struggling to find a yoga class that she loved, these two put their heads together and decided to invent a fitness experience that broke down the traditional barriers of yoga. Their classes combine 60-minutes of intensity with heat and strength, complemented by deep breathing to calm the mind--all while set to the latest beats (think A Tribe Called Quest, Cardi B, Frank Ocean). The other element making it accessible and inclusive? All classes take place in a dark room with zero mirrors to eliminate the distraction of physical comparison. Because of their devotion to a great customer experience, these two have built a multi-million dollar company that has been called one of the fastest-growing fitness boutiques in the country and ranked in the top 100 of Inc’s annual 5000 list. They’ve also gotten press from Forbes, Vogue, Bazaar, Shape, InStyle, Refinery29, Women’s Health and more. To learn more about Sarah Larson & Mason Levey and the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes. Follow Me On: Facebook Instagram
Episode 88: Sarah Larson Levey America's Fastest-Growing Fitness Companies for People Who Hate Yoga
The FitBiz Journey
Annoyed by her lousy yoga class experience, Sarah Larson Levey created Y7 Studio. She's part of the upward-facing boutique fitness movement. Sarah Larson Levey is yoga's newest mogul, and maybe its most unlikely one. "This all came about because I actually hate yoga," Levey says of her five-year-old company, Y7 Studio, which has eight locations in New York City, two outposts in Los Angeles, and plans to expand to at least two more cities by next year. In its modish studios, young urbanites strike ancient poses by candlelight as hip-hop thumps through speakers and infrared heaters ensure everyone works up a good sweat. Y7 stands at No. 80 on the 2018 Inc. 5000. Levey, 31, swears she had nothing like this in mind when she and her then-fiancé, Mason Levey, started offering pop-up classes in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood in the summer of 2013. She was motivated by the many unsatisfactory yoga classes she'd taken since moving to New York from Michigan. Too often they featured endless chanting or confusing terminology or bright lighting and mirrors that made her self-conscious about her body. Her irritation level maxed out after one instructor spent 25 of the 60 minutes hawking a retreat she was leading in Bali. "I was like, 'Are you kidding? I spent money to be here!' " Levey recalls. COMPANY:Y7 Studio 2019 INC. 5000 RANK: 725HEADQUARTERS: New York, NY YEAR FOUNDED: 20132018 REVENUE: $9.8 Million EMPLOYEES: 300
21. The Power Of Releasing Trapped Emotions With Sarah Larson
Empowered You Podcast
Welcome back Sunshines!!!☀️ ✨I am so excited, thrilled, and honored to introduce to you Sarah Larson!!! Sarah is a spiritual mindset and life coach who loves to empower others into rediscovering themselves on a soulful level. ✨In this episode, Sarah speaks about her journey while sharing golden nuggets to help you navigate through life with more ease and flow. Sarah also speaks on trapped emotions and how it can manifest in your life. She shares about the power of Emotion Code and ✨With that said, sit back, relax and enjoy this awesome episode with Sarah! ➜ Ready to connect with Sarah?! Check her out 👇🏻 Website: https://www.wakeupwithsarah.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahglarson/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sglarson1 🚨This episode is sponsored by my Inner Child Healing Masterclass that is going UP on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 8pm EST on Zoom. Click here to secure your spot Sunshine, http://bit.ly/innerchildhealingmasterclass ➜ PS Want to watch this Episode on Youtube?! Click here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAm0snBstJc ➜ PSS Ready to get SUPER CHARGED by the Empowered You Recharge Audio?!! Click here, https://www.kellyespino.com/ and sign up for your FREE audio!!!! ➜ PSS Lets connect on IG at https://www.instagram.com/stories/itskellyespino/ Till Next Time Sunshine!☀️
Singles Only Podcast: Photographer Sarah Larson (Ep. 157)
Laugh Factory Podcast Network
Photographer Sarah Larson discusses doing your own thing, dating "on set" and dating outside your age demo with host Paul Farahvar and co-host Patti Vasquez!Listen, subscribe and review the podcast today!www.singlesonlypodcast.com or watch and subscribe to the live videos at www.youtube.com/paulfcomedy
Photographer Sarah Larson talks about doing her own thing, hooking up "on set" and dating young (and old) with host Paul Farahvar and voice of TReason Patti Vasquez!Listen, subscribe and review the podcast today!www.singlesonlypodcast.com or watch and subscribe to the live videos at www.youtube.com/paulfcomedy