Evanston Woman Magazine

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Anchored & Grounded LINDA DEL BOSQUE I am walking in the rain to Curt's Cafe, headed to learn more about a wonderful vision. Cydney C. Post reached out to me on Facebook. She was going to open up a Yoga Studio. She mentioned to me she was in the process of scouting locations and wanted to pick my brain for any resources or information. I was happy to help because I believe Evanston Woman Magazine is the best source for woman entrepreneurs in the North Shore. Meeting Cydney C. Post was like meeting an old friend. She shared her enthusiasm for health/wellness, community, and family. None the less she also shared that after searching for months for the right place she became frustrated. She was going to take a break. Luckily, fate would intervene; she stumbled across a site in the summer of 2021. Central Street in Evanston is known for eateries, boutiques, and now, the new home of THE YOGA POST. The Yoga Post is Cydney C. Post’s new business. Cydney kept her Facebook friends informed of her progress by consistently making updates. She detailed the process from build-out to opening the doors. The journey of a new woman business owner would make a great article, I thought to myself. I had an opportunity to knock on the door to catch up with her. I needed to learn about her journey

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