Please help me compensate them for their hard work to the best of my ability. I was a track and field athlete as a teenager and fought my stubborn spine the whole way. You can, and I would be honored to be there to not only inspire you, but to remind you that I, too, am invested in your progress. You can pledge as much money as you'd like! I approach every class that I teach with that in my mind. Floored, blown away, and desperate to know more, I took a teacher training.
The universe was giving me a sign. I'd love to be able to pay him the full amount he deserves. I have an awesome group of artists on board to help me birth this baby. I know we can make this into something very unique and very entertaining.
You will not be charged unless we raise the entire amount - all 100%! I know how hard it can be to show up, to put yourself first, to fight through physical and mental limitations, but you can. As a young child, I developed scoliosis and was told that the only fix would be steel rods along my spine. I reluctantly stepped into a yoga class, and a month later, back pain was no longer in my life. There are a plethora of talented people who have stepped up and stepped in to help me see this project through to the end.
The other large chunk is for animation. The next thing I know, I'm teaching all over Los Angeles, and my scoliosis is nearly completely gone. I am headlining an animated hip hop music video spoof of. We are spoofing what her music career will be like in the future. If we cannot raise the money to cover expenses of the animator we have no video. This is what the entire animation is based on! The more we raise the more he can do for us.
Then I noticed I had moved into an apartment that was 2 blocks from a yoga studio. If we raise 99% of the goal by our dead line - we get nothing. This is what the entire parody is based on. .
My first exposure to yoga was in a college acting class that I felt was ridiculous. I am a Actor, Writer, Producer and - with your help - a Rapper! Still didn't give yoga a chance. I never wanted to practice yoga, let alone teach it. . .
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