Evie, the owner of Moss-Spa Yoga, woke up to 5 AM 5AM alarm clock and sprung out of bed. She absolutely loved running her own yoga studio and was thrilled with the new marketing campaign she had been working on. She was in the process of interviewing some of her afternoon regulars about their 9 to 5 jobs.

The interviews focused on why they incorporate yoga into their routine. Today, after her 6 PM class she would be interviewing one of her favorite regulars, an immigration lawyer from Orange County. Evie can still remember the first time she came to one of her classes. She had recognized her right away from the News. She was an up-and-coming immigration lawyer who had made a name for herself by winning a variety of different large profile cases.

The hours ticked by and soon enough 6 PM arrived. Evie greeted her class and waved to the lawyer specifically as she entered the room. After an hour of shavasana, lotus position, kapotasana, and more Evie wrapped up.

“Thank you all for coming today, and namaste,” Evie said, bowing her head towards the class. A couple of participants came up after class to thank her. She smiled and made small talk for a few minutes until the interview was going to start.

“Hey friend, whenever you are ready I was thinking we could grab a cup of coffee and do the interview,” Evie yelled across the room waving her hand.

She smiled and replied, “Sounds good, I think I am ready whenever.” She slung her backpack over her shoulder, her yoga mat protruded out the top.

“Great,” Evie replied. She grabbed her bag and keys. The two women walked out the door and Evie locked up. “So, why don’t we just head across the street to the Maysville CafĂ©?” Tina nodded, and the girls headed across the street.

“So, basically I am interviewing and writing profiles on some of the regulars for my website. I am hoping to attract more members, and shed some light on the benefits of yoga,” Evie said as they snagged a table by the window.

A waitress approached and asked if she could take their order. “I would love a soy vanilla latte,” she said.

“I’ll have the same,” Evie said smiling. The waitress returned minutes later, and both women thanked her. “So, how is work going?” Evie questioned.

“Oh, it’s going really well. I actually just wrapped up a huge case, you may have heard about it,” she replied.

“Oh yeah, of course,” Evie replied. “The case involving the school systems and stuff.”

“Yes, that’s the one,” Tina laughed. “That was a really big win for us.”

“That’s awesome,” Evie replied. “So, I just have a couple of questions. First, what is it about yoga that you enjoy?”

She thought for a second then she replied, “I love what I do for work, but it can get intense preparing for cases and being in court. Having the opportunity to clear my head before going home. It is a great way to unwind!”

“I love that answer,” Evie replied. “Okay, the other question is, would you recommend yoga to other working professionals?’

“Of course, I would,” She replied. “Yoga is a great way to stay in shape, stay flexible, and clear your mind. It has become a pretty regular part of my routine. Also, the instructor I have is great,” Ahw winked at Evie and took a sip of her latte.

Evie laughed and said, “Well, that quote is definitely going on the website!”

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31897 Del Obispo St Suite 225, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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