Growing up, I was always an athlete. I started out as a gymnast, then transitioned to cheerleading in college and become a two-time national champion cheerleader. After two years in college, I moved to NYC to work on an upcoming Broadway show (Bring It On: the Musical). It was during this show I got an injury that took me out for about a year. Coming out of physical therapy, indoor cycling and swimming were the only cardio I was able to do— and I immediately fell in love with cycling.
For me, SoulCycle from the start was a safe, inclusive space where I could have fun while working to better not just my body but my mind, spirit and soul. The thing I enjoy most about SoulCycle is the supportive and loving community!
In 2015 I began my journey to recovery, and I was very privileged to have the ability to attend detox and rehab. Treatment was a huge pivot point for me to begin recovering from my addiction. When I first heard about Cycle for Recovery, I knew this was an organization that combined so many of my passions that I had to be a part of it!
A party with purpose! We are going to have a good time, sweat, and dance—but also have some real talk.