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Mid Wilshire 03.20.2018

Rie Katagiri

I have been offering healing and vitality through embodied movement and bodywork in LA since 2001. Back in the mid 90’s a serious injury to my sacrum and the shocking realization that I had very little knowledge of my own body and her healing capacity led me to the path of understanding and nurturing my body, mind and spirit. Read more>>

Sophie Uliano

My journey started nearly two decades ago – I was raising my toddler daughter in urban sprawl of Los Angeles, a transplant from the idyllic English countryside. And something just didn’t feel right. I saw smog everywhere I went, my skin was showing premature signs of aging, I worried about my daughter playing in the park because of the chemicals used to treat the grass … The evidence for change was all around me. Read more>>

Roui Israel

My passion for environmental preservation led me to focus on environmental policy and law in school. Through my studies, I spent time traveling the world and realized my love for local and global exploration. Serendipitously I was given the opportunity to combine my passions in a career I never could have imagined but am beyond grateful to have. Read more>>

Elisa Baran

Hi there! My name is Elisa Baran, I’m 25 years old and originally from Long Island, New York. I grew up amongst a real estate family and learned a lot from watching my parents work. I moved here when I was 17 to attend the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Read more>>

Tunde Adigun

I came to California when I was 23 years old, never been here didn’t know anything about the West Coast. But since 16, I knew California was the place I wanted to be, even though I didn’t necessarily know what it was that I wanted to do here. Read more>>

Ruby Croak

This Miami native, self described as raised by Brooklyn; Ruby Croak attended SVA (School of Visual Arts) and MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art and Design) long enough to realize that she would never appreciate adult supervision.This rebel nature led her to slinging drinks at some of NYC’s prominent downtown nightclubs, and now into slinging inks as a tattooist. Read more>>

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