For the past three decades, Palma D’Orazio has organically grown her culinary empire encompassing a highly sought after and renowned catering company, a restaurant, cooking classes, and a beautiful event space , all in the heart of NYC’s Greenwich Village. As an early pioneer of photo shoot catering, Palma has cultivated a lifelong clientele of top photographers, models, designers and entertainers. Her beautiful restaurant and townhouse, located on Cornelia Street are home to delicious, farm fresh, organic Italian cuisine. Palma and Marni sync up about where it all began, her core philosophy around food as it nurtures the soul and her love of food and family. Read More
Debora Warner is the Founder of Mile High Run Club, the first studio of its kind dedicated to running with both indoor classes and outdoor training, which launched in 2014. Debora’s pioneering innovation has bridged the sport of running with boutique fitness creating a concept that appeals to both runners and the broader fitness community including everyone from beginner’s, elite and Olympic athletes, transforming the traditional solo treadmill training experience into a fun, energetic and empowering group session while making running accessible to the new-runner.
Debora and Marni sync up about running, of course! They talk about where it all began for Debora and Mile High Run Club, training tips and advice, going from the treadmill to the trails, insight on Mile High Run Clubs exciting new class “The Build,” a 45 minute full body strength class incorporating functional training with power and stability (a must for all runners), and the new studio coming soon! Read More
Patrick Lemieux: On Pro-Cycling, Rice Cooker Meal Prep, and Living an Athletic Life with Wife and 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist Gwen Jorgensen
Patrick Lemieux is a former pro-cyclist turned triathlon and running advance team specialist and meal prep expert for Professional Triathlete and Runner, 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist, Gwen Jorgensen, also his lovely Wife. Patrick and Gwen met on a bike ride, he proposed on a bike ride and the couple have shared a life of athleticism every since. On today’s episode Marni and Patrick sync up about cycling tricks-of-the-trade, his ingenious on-the-road rice cooker meal prep strategies and recipes, and his love and dedication to Gwen and their son Stanley.
Melody Weir is a globally renowned pioneer in sustainable interior design and the President and Creative Director of Melody Weir, Inc. Her eye for design and creative talents transcend beyond physical form and space. She is a specialist and has a sixth sense when it comes to connecting people, curating introductions, and developing brand identity. Read More
Steve Uria: From Training Military Special Forces to Building a Fitness Studio Brand on the Mainstage of NYC: On Being Inspired and Empowered Through Entrepreneurship, Training, and Family
Marni sync’s up with fitness industry visionary and pioneer, former Military Special Forces PTI and Founder of Switch Playground, Steve Uria.
Switch Playground is a popular fitness studio that recently opened its second NYC location, originally from Cape Town, South Africa. Switch is a total body, sweat drenching group workout with a philosophy that extends beyond just challenging one’s body and is designed to activate the mind and fuel the soul.
Beauty expert and entrepreneur, Kellie Chen is the Founding Partner of Fytt Beauty. Her superfoods infused skincare line has transformed some of our favorite juice and smoothie ingredients into a body care line of exfoliating, nourishing, energizing treatments. Fueled by fitness, both Kellie and Fytt Beauty, Kellie sheds light on the inspiration behind her healthy body care line, her brand DNA, and how you can keep your skin fit and healthy.
Inspired by the word “fit,” Fytt is where fitness meets skincare. Fytt aims to bridge the gaps in the Beauty, Health & Fitness industries by providing wellness-minded, active individuals healthy skincare products to complement their lifestyles.
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Adam Deutsch: College Athlete, Buffalo Handler, and University of Colorado Junior on Running with Ralphie, Exploring Career Ideas and Malcolm Gladwell
Adam Deutsch is a college athlete and a Junior at University of Colorado Boulder.He is part of one of the greatest traditions in college sports, running with the buffalo, specifically a buffalo named Ralphie. On this episode, Adam and I sync up about what it’s like to be a buffalo handler. He offers a glimpse into game day, training, and the mindset it takes to run with Ralphie. We touch upon the care taking and diet of this prized buffalo and how much she is loved! In addition to excelling in athletics, Adam is a sociology major and just declared his minor in business. As my youngest guest to date, Adam offers listeners a fresh perspective on college and career at an early stage of his, not knowing exactly what he wants to be, but he’s exploring and figuring it out, and he seems to be on the right track! Adam shares tips and advice on selecting a university and a few books that have inspired him along the way.
Amanda Kloots is a fitness innovator and entrepreneur, founder of AK! and classes The Rope, The Dance and The Body. She is also a well known Broadway performer and dessert connoisseur! 17 years ago she moved to NYC from Ohio to perform on stage and kicked off her career as a Radio City Rockette. On this episode Marni syncs up with Amanda about her new and exciting classes, her upcoming global fitness retreats, some of her favorite restaurants in NYC and LA, her opportunities and challenges in launching her brand, and where it all began. Read More
Mats Skott is the co-founder and race director of the one of the worlds most challenging endurance adventure races, ÖTILLÖ. He is an adventure sport aficionado and pioneer. ÖTILLÖ is a race that brings the sport of open water swimming, trail running, and rock climbing together, in a totally unique way. He and his team have put the sport and movement of Swimrun on the global map! Marni syncs up with Mats about everything Swimrun from the beautiful, exhilarating courses to the cool gear, and the mindset of racers, and of course, where it all began. Read More
The eponymous fashion designer, stylist and retail entrepreneur, Patricia Field, sync’s up with Marni on the Move host, Marni Salup to discuss art-fashion, career and wellness. Read More
30 years ago today a NYC Greenwich Village native and Punk Rocker left his retail day job selling records at the iconic Bleecker Bobs to study yoga and pursue his teacher training degree in India. Upon his return to New York, he opened a studio that changed the NYC and Global Yoga landscape forever.
His name is Eddie Stern.
Today Eddie is a world renowned yoga teacher, highly respected thought leader, entrepreneur, author, and recently, a mobile app innovator.
He is the co-founder of Ashtanga Yoga New York, The Brooklyn Yoga Club, and The Broome Street Temple with his wife and Yoga teacher, Jocelyn Stern. He is also Co-Founder of Namarupa Magazine with Robert Moses and teamed up with Deepak Chopra and Moby to create his new app, The Breathing App.
Eddie began teaching yoga in 1989 at a time where there were very few yoga studios in NYC and it was not a very popular mainstream practice. Yoga catered to a culture of people that were interested in pursuing the spiritual aspects of their lives. Not very asana or physically focused. It was no frills, glitz, or glamour. People didn’t “drop in” to take a class. It was a very different world compared to today where there are tons of studios.
Eddie studied with yoga legend and Ashtanga Yoga Founder, Guru Sri K. Pattahbi Jois from 1991-2009 and brought his teachings to NYC which quickly gained notoriety amongst popular celebrities, musicians, and yogi’s. Eddie has expanded from his original one room studio to a beautiful townhouse in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn that is the home to Brooklyn Yoga Club and Ganesha Temple, a B+B for guests to immerse themselves and experience the culture, and a café with vegan, healthy snacks, teas, elixirs and coffee.
Eddie and I sync up about Yoga, Ashtanga, Ganesh, and his mission to raise awareness and funds to help save the elephants through the Knot On My Planet campaign which supports the work of The Elephant Crisis Fund.
If you want to make a donation or learn more Eddie has a wonderful blog post with additional information on the AYNY website: http://ayny.org/category/yoga/. There are only 415,000 elephants left in the world, and they are being slaughtered at a rate of 30,000 per year. If this is allowed to continue, we could be the last generation to ever see an elephant in the wild. Throughout 2018, Eddie will be going around the world performing Ganesh Pujas to spread the awareness of the plight of the mighty and majestic elephants, whose existence on this planet is being imperiled through poaching. While pujas are always free, they are accepting donations at the end of these special pujas, and all of the money collected will be donated to Knot On MY Planet, which supports elephant protection in Africa and the end of the ivory trade worldwide. These pujas are being performed, this year, in Moscow, Stockholm, Chengdu, London, Amsterdam, Milan, India, Buenos Aires, and Tel Aviv.
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On August 20, 2016, on the hot sunny beaches of Copacabana, in Rio, Brazil, one woman changed the course of sports history, setting a new record in Triathlon and becoming the first American athlete to win the gold medal for Triathlon at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Her name, Gwen Jorgensen! Read More
Scott Linde is the Founder of Sun Potion Transformational Foods, a company dedicated to health, happiness and well-being through the use of medicinal plants, superfoods and tonic herbs. Sun Potion brings the highest quality tonic herbs, algae, greens, and mushrooms available to all in single-ingredient, pure powder, and whole food form.
Marni syncs up with Scott about the his entrepreneurial path through spiritual discovery and the healing powers of tonic herbs and mushrooms and how they promote healthy sleep cycles, balance hormones and cultivate a healthy immune system fortifying and building subtle energies in the body.
You may have recently seen Andia Winslow gracing billboards for Nike, in campaigns for REI, in the windows of Hearst Media HQ in NYC or perhaps you have heard her voice on an Alvin Ailey, McDonald’s, PBS or eBay commercials.
Andia Winslow is a Professional Athlete-Golfer and Runner, Voice Over Artist, On-Air Host, Fitness Entrepreneur, and Wellness Advocate.
Jahi Joiner is one of the top swim instructors and the Aquatics Director at the renowned training and sports facility in NYC, Chelsea Piers Fitness. He is also an avid martial artist and boxer and employs his years of training and zen-like phillosophy when approching swimming and life! On this episode Marni syncs up with Jahi about his journey into sports, his love of martial arts, his unique approach to swimming, and how you can apply them to your own swimming practice,training and life.
Welcome to Marni on the Move. I’m your host, Marni Salup. On each weekly episode I sync up with interesting, innovative movers and shakers and connect with them about life, career, exercise and wellness while showcasing their story. On this episode I connect with triathlete, CEO + Founder of Synthetivity, Lori Mazor to do a race debrief from our recent triathlon, Ironman 70.3 Austin, I get schooled on musical theatre, and we reminisce about our open water swim in St. Croix.