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Last online
Nov 20
5' 7" (1.70m)
Body Type
Special Diet
Not at all
Other and laughing about it
Working on University
English (Fluently), French (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I wrote all this in 2013 and deactivated my account. It is so ridiculous. This account will be deactivated again in about a week.

Way too much time and energy has gone into making this profile....

There is a LOT of writing on here. (Hooray let's talk about me!)

Shorthand version:
I love yoga and intense outdoor activities, vegan food, flow arts and fire arts, creativity, being barefoot, and Burning Man. I work full time at a vegan and raw food restaurant, go to school, practice yoga regularly, run and workout, and live with my best friend.
I am working on being present and aware in all situations, and learning to appreciate all that life has to offer, even the difficult things because they are what help me learn, change, and grow.
It's really hard! My entire life I would be in my own little bubble of happiness, and I would have the ability to zone out or fall asleep anywhere any time. My AIM was miss daydreams, to give you an idea how how often my head was in the clouds. So now I am really working on staying present and exercising different parts of my mind.

Extended version:

I'm vegan. Been vegetarian for 12 years. It started out because I raised chickens and ducks growing up. No way was I going to eat my friends!
My favorite food is kale (aka rabbit food) and quinoa (aka birdseed) and I like wheatgrass shots (aka cow food).
So I am a Browbit! (Bird+Rabbit+Cow)

Yoga is my passion. It comes first. I love Yoga. I put my practice before work and school. Any anything else. I've only been practicing for a year in December, but this year has completely changed my life and yoga has become my main source of happiness, fulfillment, balance (literally and figuratively), and path to self-love.

I also love hooping.
And poi.
And anything to do with FlowArts and FireArts.

Check this hooping out:

Burning Man should be real life. The default world just isn't the same after living there. )'(

This sidebar thing on the right says "Drugs". My response says "Sometimes". This is what I'm talking about:

I have a pole in my bedroom! I'm not a stripper-- I just like to pole dance. Jenyne Butterfly is my soul inspiration:

(if you like hot women, art in dance form, and admire human physiology and incredible strength and flexibility, i recommend you watch that link)

I grew up riding horses all day.

My life is one big playground.

Running away with the circus sounds magical and dangerous.

Someday, I hope to faint from an orgasm.

i ♥ Kombucha and coconut water.

If I don't get to go outside during the day, it's a bad day.

Sitting sucks.

I enjoy individual sports more than team sports (Surfing, hiking, horses, fencing, swimming, XC, Snowboarding, rock climbing, kayaking, paddle boarding, backpacking).

I love going to festivals over the summer. And I don't pay for them.

I make most of my clothes. Creativity and imagination in life make things better.

I like spontaneous adventures. And breaking the rules.

I am not straight, but I am not bisexual. I like to call it "free spirited."

If/when I go skydiving, I am going to find a way to wear my prom dress. It's long and white a fluffy. I will look like a marshmallow or a cloud falling out of the sky.

I cannot STAND:
Waiting for the bus
Dogs that bark at the doorbell, and then continue to bark for the hell of it
Horses that pull back at the hitching post
Cliche conversations
Processed food. And meat (Go Veg)
Wearing shoes
Fake people
Low Batteries
Beer breath
Being uncomfortably full
(And again, I hate cigarettes)
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Four major changes in my life right now.


In November I broke up with my boyfriend of 2+ years. (We don't need to go into detail here but that's been a huge stepping stone for me. I am really enjoying my independence and figuring "me" out. So much to learn!)


I recently got my first "real job" as a waitress/sous chef at a vegan and raw food restaurant in Petaluma. It's awesome! I love my co-workers and all the customers that come in. I learn so much every day from all the beautiful people I am surrounded with. We have conversations all day about vegan health, chakras, dosha types, yoga, higher consciousness, energy healing, shiatsu body work.... The people here have so much to offer and really want to bring more beauty and awareness into the world. I feel so blessed to be a part of it, and that I get to go to work and be around all this positive energy and not be stuck in a dull generic coffee shop or outlet mall with people who hate their jobs. We're all really goofy and funny together too. I smile a lot there :)
Part of me is exhausted all the time because between school and work I hardly have any time to myself any more. I love my job but it is so different from nannying, where I am in charge and I get to decide what we do (like do I do HW while they play at the park). Luckily I work with awesome people, so going to work is a lot like hanging out with friends, but wow it is so different from hanging out with kids all day! I'm constantly moving and constantly on my feet.

(This change is kind of a lengthy, round about explanation. It might help you understand why I love yoga so much.)

Another change is my attitude towards school. In school, I floated around, took different classes here and there, but never focused on any one subject or stuck with a major. I had always been interested in medicine but was afraid of the commitment and hard work that it takes to be a nurse or a doctor, so I avoided the sciences.

A year ago I began practicing Bikram yoga. I realized then that I was the only one holding myself back. Holding back in yoga and in life.
In yoga, the teachers tell you all the correct ways to execute a pose, but you are the one that has to actualize it. No one but you knows how hard you are you are pushing yourself, and you can't lie to yourself. Only you know when you are giving it 100%. You also know that you feel that much better at the end of class when you do go your hardest. "If you always do your best, there is no way you can judge yourself."

I also began to realize that my body is different every single day, and that I have to work with the body I have and not judge it, and love myself in-spite of what I may or may not be able to do that day. Minute corrections and improvements begin to become milestones, and now a couple of millimeters can put a smile on my face for the rest of the day, because I know my body well enough to know what is good, and what is excellence. I can now hold asanas that I previously thought I would never even begin to get into. It feels amazing!

I began to apply these concepts to my every day life. I changed my entire lifestyle. Even after just a couple of weeks into my practice, I now prefer go to bed early and wake up with the sun so I can practice yoga to get my day started right. I have zero interest in parties, and I also realized that most of the time I was lying to myself about "how much fun this was" anyway.

I decided that after four years of changing my major, I would go back to my root intuition and peruse the medical field. I am taking it slowly, but putting all my effort into my schoolwork and coming away from each chapter and each lesson really feeling like I learned something. I genuinely enjoy the subjects, and I now know that the sciences are only as difficult or as frightening as I let myself believe they are. I am studying chemistry right now, and and going into it with good intent because I completed my anatomy course last semester with an A, and it turned out to be one of my favorite college courses so far. And if I can get an A there, Chem should be a piece of cake (in theory).


I moved out of this shitty little apartment above a bar in Novato to a beautiful condo in Sonoma County.
I moved in with my best friend/wife and we have a decent sized bedroom with bunk beds. We have a stripper pole in the middle of our room with giant mirrors leaning on the wall, and posters and pictures all over closet doors of places we have been and concerts we have gone to. Our whole bunk bed is plastered with souvenir stickers. About 80% of everything in our room has to do with Burning Man. Some guy peeked inside and said "Wow it feels like I just walked into Haight Street!"
Downstairs, we keep the furniture in the living room to a minimum so we have room to hoop and spin poi all the time. We have giant mirrors leaning on those walls too. It's our flowspace.
My wifey just got her teaching credentials to be a hoop dance instructor, and she is in the process of constructing hoops for her class. We have about 20 hula hoops chillin' in our living room right now just waiting to be played with!

In conclusion...
Change is hard and can sometimes be scary because we are afraid of the unknown. Being dedicated to yoga and continuing my practice even when things were difficult has really helped me work through change and hard times. Breaking up, changing jobs, committing to a major, finding a new apartment to live, working to be financially independent and stable... all these things are huge leaps into a different way of life, but having yoga as a constant has given me the courage to push myself.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Talking about myself! (as you can see just by looking at my profile) (that was supposed to be a joke)

Hooping and Poi
Pole dancing
Art, and making clothes/costumes
Enjoying my yoga practice
Horseback riding
Making delicious food
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That I am carrying a hula hoop
That I don't shave my legs? (very often)
That I'm not wearing shoes
Or I am wearing Vibrams
That I am not really paying attention to anything going on around me
(The last sentence kind of goes against what I was saying earlier about being present, but honestly a lot of the time I am not interested in what is going on around me. For example, I carry my hula hoops everywhere with me and dance between classes. I put my headphones in and do my thing, and if people want to watch they can, but I am more interested in flowing than I am in talking to people, especially when their opening line is "Is that a hula hoop?" Or, "That looks cool, I've seen that at festivals. Want to get high?" No thank you.)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Anything from Cafe Gratitude, Lydia's Lovin' Foods, Anything made with a spirlaizer, raw vegan burritos, My Daddy's soup, My Mom's vegetarian tacos, My mom's falafel, Kale, Green juice, Whole Foods salads, Cashew butter, Apricot jam, Thai food, Brown rice spaghetti with homemade pesto...

Aladdin, Lion King, Little Mermaid
and Burlesque (because Christina Aguilera is this shit.)
Also Amelie and Across the Universe.
And that's about it. I hate movies.

Shows: I don't watch TV

Electronica (OTT, Opiuo, Pretty Lights, Beats Antique, Glitch Mob, Shpongle, Bassnectar, EdIt, Heyoka, Mimosa (Live), Infected Mushroom)
Orishas, Rodrigo Y Gabriella, Ozomatli, Gypsy Kings, Everlast, Jackie Greene, Tina Disco, Tori Amos, The Expendables, Sublime, Stephen Marley, Steel Pulse, Matisyahu, Pink Floyd, Josh Groban...
And classical piano music
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My wife, friends, and family
Hooping, poi, and flow arts
My ponies
Raw, vegan, delicious, healthy food
Creative inspiration
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Hooping, sex, dreams, books, the past, the future, schedules, food, sewing ideas, art, things I want to make, poi, pole dancing, people watching, what people are thinking, yoga, movie editing ideas (even though I hate computers, I love editing movies), hikes, feelings, projection/expression, keeping balanced, movement, flow
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Getting off work, dancing in my living room, hooping, pole dancing, visiting a friend, hanging out with Wifey, or reading a book. Maybe babysitting. I don't really go out and party unless it's epic or it's with close friends. I would much rather go to bed early and go to yoga in the morning. My favorite teacher teaches on Saturday mornings.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I think burping and farting is hilarious.

I don't really shave my legs.

I like checking myself out in windows when I walk down the street. Some days are better than others.

I might be orthoexic. I don't believe in labels but that certainly describes a lot of my relationship with food.

I actually think line dancing is kind of hot (I like it because it's a dance that men and women can be equally good at and a guy can get down and do really well and not look like a "fag")
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
**You practice yoga religiously and are good at Acro-yoga**
You are a flow artist
You dance
You love Burning Man
You ride horses <3
You like climbing, hiking, exploring, breaking rules, adrenaline, jumping off really high things into water (and know of some good spots)
You want to carpool to tahoe this winter. Gas is expensive--can't afford to drive alone.
You have knowledge and/or interest in higher consciousness, awareness, energy work, meditation, manifestation, and kundalini energy. (I am just tapping into this realm and would love someone to talk to about this and learn from)
If you can share new music
You like art
You like science and are willing to teach me (patience, I need to draw my pictures)
You play piano well
You play accordion