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Destiny- A change of home sparks an idea to reinvent the sports bra

Destiny- A change of home sparks an idea to reinvent the sports bra

May 13, 2016

I truly believe life often speaks to us in signs and that when our hearts are open we can download the possibility of the amazing blueprint that is already created for us on this earth.

It was about 3 years ago today that I moved out of San Francisco to beautiful Marin to slow life down a bit. Well I also was getting evicted because of this trouble maker!!!  

Turns out getting Beckham was the best decision ever because I realized living in San Francisco was no longer in line with what I wanted in life. I wanted to be closer to nature, have more living space and get out of the hustle bustle. This was the perfect kick in the butt to make it happen.  

Uncertainty is the essence of life and it fuels opportunity- Tina Seelig

I ended up with a lot of extra time on my hands. Turns out besides hiking & biking there isn’t much for a single girl (at the time) to do in Marin. This gave me time to rest my brain a bit and ultimately find a creative side to me that had always been there but was getting lost in the fast paced city life.

One evening shortly after I returned from T phase a course at Z Health a neuroscience company I had been studying with for 3 years, I decided to gather a bunch of my old sports bras, a pair of scissors and some elastic and start experimenting with the fit of my bras.  I was inspired after my recent class to eliminate the neck and shoulder discomfort I had been dealing with for the past 13 years. 

My brain started going mad with ideas and I took a quick trip to Walgreens to grab an ace bandage and saran wrap. I thought of every which way I could compress my girls and then put it to the test.

As I started to tinker with a better solution my mind, body and soul were feeling ignited and I knew I was onto something.

I truly believe when destiny is knocking on your door you better answer.  This was just the beginning of the next 3 years of my life. 


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