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Boulder JANUARY 2018

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Amy Ippoliti

Encouraging Well-Being Through the Art of Yoga

DECONSTRUCTED HEALTHY RECIPES

LOCAL FITNESS TRENDS TO TRY

SAVING MILA FROM BATTEN DISEASE


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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JANUARY 2018 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | Amanz@LifestylePubs.com MANAGING EDITOR

Kate Manz | Kmanz@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Dana Lapinel | Dana.Lapinel@LifestylePubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR

Hi, 2018

LET’S TALK ABOUT NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS. Why do we set ourselves up for

Felicia Meyer | Felicia.Meyer@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Meg Simon, Jessi Hackett, Riley Cowing, Carolyn Davidson, Caitlin Lapinel, Katelyn Hutson, Kelli Ruhl

failure with lofty goals, that no matter how good, are inevitably a chain of compromises?

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I recently read an interesting article about goal setting and the best advice was to break

Ladd Forde, Alex Beal, Kelsey Huffer, Danielle Webster,

down resolutions into smaller goals with no set in stone date. Do you want to kick in healthier habits and it’s not January 1st? Go for it. No matter the date or time, there’s no better time than the now to better yourself.  Regardless of your personal goals throughout the year, a common resolution is to live a healthier lifestyle. Whether it’s working out more, eating better, taking time to relax or decluttering the home, something’s gotta give. Personally, I want to stress less and eat better.  With that in mind, the January issue is chock-full of helpful ways to lead a healthy life. Including tips from yoga guru Amy Ippoliti, new fitness trends to try, deconstructed nutritious recipes by Chef Lentine Alexis and learning to create a tranquil space from

Julia Vandenoever

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Matthew Tenzin of Home Harmonics. Lastly, we featured a family searching for a cure to save their seven-year-old

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daughter, Mila, who was diagnosed with Batten Disease. Please take time to read about Mila’s Miracle Foundation and learn more about their fight at GoFundMe. com/SavingMila or visit StopBatten.org. We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and are ready to take on an exciting new year. 

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Thanks for reading, Dana Lapinel 

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JANUARY 2018

FEATURES 32 Deconstruct Healthy Recipes from Chef Lentine Alexis that allow you to have your cake and eat it too.

50 About Amy How Amy Ippoliti is encouraging wellbeing through the art of yoga.

56 Sweat Sells A sweat session with three trendy studios sharing new ways to workout.

71 Finding a Miracle Mila's Miracle Foundation is fighting

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to find a cure for seven-year-old Mila's rare case of Batten disease.

71 DEPARTMENTS

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Lifestyle Letter

18

Good Times

26 Around Town 31

Realty Report

32 Culinary Creations 37 Back Stage 42 Renovate & Refine 46 Hops & Vine 64 Trend Setter 71

Inspired By

75 Food & Wine 78 Driver’s Notebook 80 Lifestyle Calendar 82 Local’s Choice


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Todd Reed 25th Anniversary Party The night of December 2nd was a night to remember in Boulder. Todd Reed, along with

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friends, family and fans, gathered at the newly expanded Boulder Showroom on Pearl Street to celebrate Todd's 25th year of design. The night was filled with lots of entertainment. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEN LOBO.

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1. Carla Reed, Todd Reed, Shandele Gumucio | 2. Sweet Peach Jazz Trio with Leslie Ann Leddy | 3. Hip Hop performance and freestyle by Streetside Studio | 4. Live Painting by Jaime Molina | 5. The Hop Pickers | 6. Judy Korbel, Jennifer Briggs, Kate Manz, Erica Simon | 7. The Fabulous Boulder Showroom Sales team | 8. Boulder High School band | 9. Lyra performance by Laura Burgamy from Frequent Flyers

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Beaver's Birthday Bash at The West End Tavern Beaver’s Birthday Bash toasted to The West End Tavern’s visionary founder and mentor-to-many Steve “Beaver” Goren, who first opened the tavern with Marc “Minnie” Minion in 1987. Guests enjoyed homemade birthday cake while watching the Broncos vs. Chiefs game and

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100th Wing King Challenge. PHOTOGRAPHY BY PETER WALLACE, WALLYOGRAPHY.

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1. Sharon Read, Drew Landis, Michaela Redfern | 2. The wing contenders dig deep | 3. Raising a glass to Beaver and the beautiful Tavern he built. | 4. Getting ready to crush some hot wings | 5. Elizabeth Amann, Nikola Hynes | 6. “A” for effort. Look at all those bones!

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Walters & Hogsett Grand Re-Opening Party Walters and Hogsett's remodeled showroom was completed just in time for the holiday shopping season. They celebrated the reopening of its store with a Holiday Party hosting over 350 guests. The event showcased new collections from Roberto Coin, Jude

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Frances and Lauren K.  PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEXANDER BEAL.

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1. Miriam McCarty and Emily Lantaff | 2. Doug Day and Don Jansen | 3. Mark Vieregg with guests | 4. Remodeled Showroom | 5. Brenda Seaborn and Gail Hogsett | 6. Morgan Varon. Lindsay Scott and Lisa Pedersen

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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ADIO Chiropractic's Third Year Anniversary Party ADIO Chiropractic celebrated their third year anniversary by inviting their patients to come join the fun! Guests enjoyed catering by Japango and Cured, as well as some prize give-

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aways provided by the ADIO Chiropractic team. PHOTOGRAPHY BY FELICIA MEYER.

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Homeless & Runaway Youth Awareness Month November was National Homeless and Runaway Youth Awareness Month at Attention Homes. Through Sleep Out, Dine Out, Shout Out and Rock Out events, we were able to connect with the community and give others a glimpse of the realities facing youth experiencing

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homelessness. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GUTHRIE THEODORE AND CLAIRE LARSEN.

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1. Deb Gardner, Ryan Van Duzer, Elise Jones, Aaron Brockett & others | 2. Claire Clurman, Kristin Toombs | 3. John Tayer, Ryan van Duzer. | 4. Fairview High School Administrative Team | 5. Alexandra Pavlidis, Megan White | 6. Face Vocal Band performed Rock Out for Homeless Youth

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Warren Miller's Line of Descent Premiere Warren Miller Entertainment’s hometown screenings for its 68th feature film, Line of Descent, presented by Volkswagen were a great success. The film featured a handful of Colorado athletes, and ski locations and many Boulder locals came to join in the festiv-

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ities that kick off winter. PHOTOGRAPHY BY IAN ANDERSON.

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1. Pro Skier Amie Engerbretson signs posters for kids | 2. A packed Boulder Theater waits for the film to start | 3. Professional athletes from the film throw prizing out to an excited crowd | 4. Pro Skier Marcus Caston | 5. The Boulder Theater hosted eight screenings of the film | 6. Attendees interact with athletes and sponsors

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2nd Annual Holiday Bazaar to support Bridge House At our Holiday Bazaar 150 of Boulder's women to come together sip and shop from upscale vendors in support of Bridge House. We raised over $5,000 in cash and auction prizes for Bridge House and its and its mission to end homelessness in Boulder County.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHRISTINE SUCHOR.

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1. Ayeisha Mesinger and Annie Polk | 2. Jilly Gossett, Noelle Roshko, Julie Griffith | 3. Sara Lockwood, Tina Merli, Taylor Kamura, Bre Morris, & Guest | 4. Guests having fun! | 5. Jessica Helson, Julie Griffith, Isabel McDevitt, Christine Suchor | 6. Blair Chandler, Jessica Helson 24

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New Year

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AROUND TOWN

CHEF JOHNNY CURIEL TAKES THE REIGNS AT CENTRO MEXICAN KITCHEN Centro Mexican Kitchen is very proud to announce Chef Johnny Curiel as the new Chef de Cocina. His debut menu showcases regional specialties inspired by his extensive travels across Mexico—from Jalisco and Baja, Chihuahua and Veracruz, Yucatán and Oaxaca, each prepared with the very best Colorado ingredients. “Dining out is an adventure,” says Johnny. “A restaurant should either bring you back to a place you’ve already been and loved or take you somewhere entirely new and exciting. Each region of Mexico has its own flavors and traditions, and we want to take our guests on a journey to all of them.” Johnny comes from a proud family of chefs – his mom, dad, and sister are all executive chefs – and he got his start at the young age of 14 washing dishes in his dad’s kitchen. He quickly moved up the ranks, and at the age of 18 decided to travel across Mexico and learn as much as he could about the cooking traditions of each state. In three years he visited almost every

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could—from famous chefs in bustling restaurants to abuelas in their home kitchens. At 21, he joined Richard Sandoval’s team cooking at restaurants and competitions across the USA and Mexico: DC, New York, Los Angeles, Guadalajara, Oaxaca, and Aspen. He then joined Troy Guard in Denver, working the kitchens of Guard + Grace, Los Chingones, and Mr. Tuna before joining the Big Red F family at Centro Mexican Kitchen.

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His debut menu at Centro, inspired by his travels across Mexico, features dishes that speak to each region’s unique cooking traditions. “When I wrote the new menu, I thought to myself, ‘What is the one dish you will never forget from that place, the one thing you wish you CONTINUED >

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could eat every day.’ I want to show people where I come from, where I’ve been, and the experiences and places that have made me who I am. The Tumbada is straight from the Yucatan, the Zarandeado from Nayarit, and the Mole Negro from Oaxaca. My personal favorite is the Slow Roasted Lamb Tacos—they are inspired by a little taco stand in my neighborhood in

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BOULDER

REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

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DOM

933 Forest Avenue

$2,680,000

$2,350,000

88%

117

166 Valley View Way

$2,250,000

$2,150,000

96%

383

903 Pine Street

$1,995,000

$2,025,000

102%

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1010 Rosehill Drive

$1,995,000

$1,895,000

95%

76

707 Cascade Avenue

$1,750,000

$1,700,000

97%

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2940 Island Drive

$1,650,000

$1,650,000

100%

104

3701 Paonia Street

$1,595,000

$1,595,000

100%

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1505 Poplar Avenue

$1,575,000

$1,555,000

99%

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5373 Lookout Ridge Drive

$1,625,000

$1,550,000

95%

150

1985 Bluebell Avenue

$1,350,000

$1,298,500

96%

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972 Pleasant Street

$1,300,000

$1,285,000

99%

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530 Hawthorn Avenue

$1,249,500

$1,225,000

98%

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3131 4th Street

$1,195,000

$1,195,000

100%

2

3230 11th Street

$1,150,000

$1,180,000

103%

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385 Erie Drive

$1,075,000

$1,100,000

102%

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230 Inca Parkway

$1,100,000

$1,077,000

98%

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2928 7th Street

$1,095,000

$1,045,000

95%

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CULINARY CREATIONS

DECONSTRUCTED DISHES ARTICLE RILEY COWING

PHOTOGRAPHY LENTINE ALEXIS

RECIPES THAT ALLOW YOU TO HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT TOO. TAKING CRAVINGS AND TRANSFORMING THEM INTO FUEL.

DECIDES TO LISTEN TO THEM. She was faced with

SAVORY MISO + MAPLE GRAIN BOWL

these cravings when her husband was relocated to

INGREDIENTS

Okinawa, Japan for his job as a Special Forces Operator.

Makes 4-6 hearty bowls

RATHER THAN IGNORE HER CRAVINGS, CHEF, AND FORMER PRO ATHLETE LENTINE ALEXIS

Alexis wanted to find an outlet for her passions abroad

+ 1 tablespoon coconut oil

and entered short, triathlon races which eventually

+ ¼ cup quinoa

led to conquering full-distance, Ironman races. Her

+ ½ cup white sushi rice or brown short-grain rice

training schedule was intense and lengthy, dedicating

+ ¾ cups / 5 oz / 140 g rolled oats

25-30 hours a week to running, biking and swimming

+ 1 ½ cups / 350ml water to start, and a little extra as needed

in preparation. With more and more calories burned,

+ 1 ½  cups / 350 ml almond milk (or other non-dairy milk)

she noticed her appetite increased and found herself hungry for treats like muffins, cake and fried chicken. “The better I fed those cravings, the stronger I felt,

OR chicken broth ( plus ½-1 cup additional liquid for seasoning) + Pinch of kosher or sea salt + 2 tablespoons chia seed

more prepared to race I was,” Alexis says. “I was able to

+ 2 tablespoons miso, plus more to taste

give myself all the things I wanted and needed and turn

+ 3 tablespoons maple syrup

them into good.” She combined intuition with curiosity

+ Zest of one lemon

to transform cravings to fuel for her workouts.

+ To taste: Bragg's Liquid Aminos, Maldon salt, lemon juice, rice

Alexis has followed this curiosity through culi-

vinegar or apple cider vinegar

nary school, various kitchens and now works inde-

+ 2 cups kale, de-ribbed and finely chopped

pendently as a chef, developing recipes and culinary

+ ½ cup radicchio, finely chopped

experiences designed around ease, versatility and

+ 1 tbsp olive oil

maximum nutritional value. Born and raised in

+ To finish: sliced avocado, thinly sliced watermelon radish, poached or

Boulder, Colorado, Alexis whole-heartedly believes

fried eggs, toasted pepitas and black sesame seeds

in the importance of eating locally and organically, and she incorporates this awareness into her reci-

INSTRUCTIONS

pes. The following sweet or savory recipes embody

In the bowl of a rice cooker combine the coconut oil, grains, water,

this ease and versatility, with options to modify the

and milk or broth and a pinch of salt. Stir the grains with the liquid,

dish’s flavor for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

then close the lid and set the rice cooker to “cook” (select mixed grains if your rice cooker has this function).

FROM THE CHEF | LentineAlexis.com Your rice cooker is your best friend in the case of these flavorful one-bowl meals that are perfect for a hearty breakfast, quick lunch or simple dinner.

When you’re ready to prepare your meal and season your grains, lift the lid and stir in the chia seeds and additional ½ to 1 cup of liquid. Now, it’s time to season your grains. With a rubber spatula medium-sized bowl, mix the miso, maple and Bragg’s Liquid Aminos until the miso is smooth.

As you grow more comfortable with these reci-

Just before serving, gently massage the kale and radicchio with

pes, there are so many more grains to experiment

the olive oil and a bit of salt. Divide among bowls along with sliced

with! Try millet, buckwheat, barley, or any exotic

avocado, radish, poached or fried eggs and healthy sprinkles of both

rice varieties to truly make this bowl your own.

toasted pepitas and sesame seeds. Enjoy!

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AVOCADO

WATERMELON RADISH

KALE

RADICCHIO

PEPITAS

BLACK SESAME SEEDS

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CULINARY CREATIONS

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SWEET COCONUT + MAPLE GRAIN BOWLS INGREDIENTS Makes 4-6 hearty bowls + 1 tablespoon coconut oil + ¼ cup quinoa + ½ cup white sushi rice or brown short-grain rice + ¾ cups / 5 oz / 140 g rolled oats + 1 ½ cups / 350ml water to start, and a little extra as needed + 1 ½ cups / 350 ml almond milk (or other non-dairy milk) for breakfast bowls, plus ½-1 cup additional liquid for seasoning + Pinch of kosher or sea salt + 2 tablespoons chia seed + 2 tablespoons coconut butter, to taste + 3 tablespoons maple syrup or to taste + Zest of one lemon + To taste: Maldon salt, maybe a bit of lemon juice + To finish: thinly sliced pear or apple, pomegranate seeds, hemp seeds, cashew or almond butter, candied ginger, sprinkle with freshly ground cinnamon, tiny pinch of ground cardamom. INSTRUCTIONS In the bowl of a rice cooker (at least 10 cups in size) combine the coconut oil, grains, water and milk or broth and a pinch of salt. Stir the grains with the liquid, then close the lid and set the rice cooker to “cook” (select mixed grains if your rice cooker has this function).  When you’re ready to prepare your meal and season your grains, lift the lid and add the chia seeds and additional ½ to 1 cup of liquid. Stir to incorporate the chia and liquid into the other grains. If you like your grains to have a more “porridge-y” texture, you can add more liquid than indicated here...just keep in mind that you’ll need to increase the amount of flavorings you add next! Now, it’s time to season your grains. With a rubber spatula medium-sized bowl, mix the coconut butter, maple and a touch of water until the coconut butter is smooth. (This will prevent lumps of miso from popping up in your bowl!) Stir well, then top with slices of fresh pear, a small handful of pomegranate seeds, sprinkle of hemp seeds, a spoonful of cashew or almond butter, and pinches of freshly ground cinnamon + cardamom. Enjoy! 34

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ALMOND BUTTER

CARDAMOM

CINNAMON

PEAR

POMEGRANATE

HEMP SEEDS

GINGER

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MUSIC FESTIVALS AND COLORADO GO TOGETHER LIKE HOPS AND IPA’S. As the world-famous Telluride Bluegrass Festival prepares for a 45th annual event, one could argue that Colorado is the birthplace of the modern day music festival. While most of these multi-day music parties take place under the warm summer sun, Winter Wondergrass has taken a uniquely Colorado approach, and friends, it is working. Imagine charging through Steamboat’s champagne powder by day, then sampling craft beer and jamming out with names like; Leftover Salmon, Yonder Mountain String Band and Greensky Bluegrass, through the afternoon and night. For thousands of festival goers, that is heaven on earth. On the eve of their sixth annual event, which will be held February 23-25 in Steamboat Springs, I had a chance to catch up with WWG’s founder, Scotty Stoughton. AM: There are literally thousands of music festivals across the country. Many fail before launch, most that do launch, never see a  second year. What is the secret sauce that has contributed to five consecutive sold-out years? SS:   At our core, Winter Wondergrass hasn’t been about throwing a party, but about creating a positive and inspiring space where we can bring our kids, share with our elders, connect with people from around the country, and give to the greater goals of re-engaging the human spirit. I’m so proud of our team, which works year-round to identify ways to raise the guest experience. Additionally, we only use products we consume ourselves, no Red Bull, no artificial sodas. Local foods, libations and products are the norm at WWG. AM: Aside from running WWG (Steamboat, Tahoe) and Bonfire Productions, you are also a musician yourself. How has that experience played out with your relationship to the artists you book for WWG? SS: While many of the WWG acts have “made it” professionally speaking, others are still cutting their teeth, and almost all of them are still road warriors. As a musician who has toured across the country in a cold van, playing countless empty rooms, booked the shows, carried the amps, etc, I can relate to the artist we book. We book acts as much for their ethics and commitment to building community than their star power. AM: Out of the many incredible ski towns Colorado has to offer, what did Steamboat Springs bring to the table to make the partnership such a good fit? SS: Our Mission at WWG has always been to produce with our host communities, not for them. We seek communities that are passionate about music, connectivity, have strong environmental values and still remember the essence of a snowy mountain town. We are also attracted to partners that are not afraid to be a little out of the box, have not forgotten what it means to live in a mountain village, are enthusiastic about new ideas and allow us access to on-mountain opportunities. I mean, a farm to table dinner on top of the gondola with Elephant Revival to kick off a festival? Who doesn’t love that? The community of Steamboat Springs has opened their hearts to us and we are dedicated to raising the bar each and every year to fill them back up! AM: One final question - who are you personally stoked on for the 2018 festival as a first-time act to WWG? SS: I’ve been loving the Jon Stickley Trio, Ghosts of Paul Revere, Old Salt Union and the Brad Parson’s Band. They all are absolutely ripping!

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FINDING TRANQUILIT Y MATTHEW TENZIN OF HOME HARMONICS KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT CREATING A TRANQUIL SPACE

ARTICLE CAROLYN DAVIDSON | PHOTOGRAPHY JOE MCGUIRE DESIGN IT’S FAIR TO SAY THAT TODAY’S WORLD IS ANY-

McGuire Design; a consultation with Home Harmonics

THING BUT TRANQUIL. From email notifications mak-

is a "half-day in-home immersion," says Tenzin. This

ing your phone ping every five minutes to sitting in a traf-

smaller scale approach to interior design makes it so

fic-filled commute, it’s hard to find five minutes to yourself.

that a beautiful, energetically balanced home is acces-

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doesn't necessarily pick all of the items, he advises on

in which the most meaningful ideas, inspirations and

spacing, colors and furniture recommendations.

insights arise,” says Matthew Tenzin of Home Harmonics.

For Tenzin and Home Harmonics, tranquility can

Tenzin lived as a Buddhist monk for five years, so it’s

only come about when "aesthetics and energetics" are

safe to say he knows a thing or two about tranquility and

aligned. Everything from a calm color palette to soft tex-

energy. After years of working as a lead designer with his

tures and soothing sounds comes together to create a

life-partner Joe McGuire at Joe McGuire Design, Tenzin is

tranquil environment, and there is no one size fits all.

launching an additional venture, Home Harmonics.

“Because, whether we like it or not, our home is a

In Tenzin’s words, Home Harmonics is an “intui-

reflection of who we are,” Tenzin says. “And who we are

tive design consulting firm focusing on the energetic

is what we focus upon. By helping us direct our focus

aspects of homes. I help people access greater

from who we used to be, or who we think we need to be,

empowerment and flow through the process of rear-

to who we truly are and who we want to be, our living

ranging, refreshing and realigning their living space.

spaces can greatly support us in stepping into a more

It’s like feng shui, only more intuitive and personalized.”

aligned and empowered expression in the world.”

Tenzin says that instead of long-term full-service design projects for high-end homes, as is the focus of Joe

Visit HomeHarmonics.com to see more on Tenzin’s design philosophy.

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01 Tenzin's Eleven Essentials for a Tranquil Space + Calm color palette + Harmonious objects + Serene artwork + Relaxing scents + Soft textures

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About Amy HOW AMY IPPOLITI IS ENCOURAGING WELL-BEING THROUGH THE ART OF YOGA

ARTICLE MEG SIMON | PHOTOGRAPHY JEFF NELSON

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RENOWNED YOGA INSTRUCTOR AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST, AMY IPPOLITI HAS BUILT A LIFE OF DEPTH AROUND THE THINGS THAT TRULY MATTER. After attending her first yoga class at her mother’s suggestion when she was 16, Ippoliti’s passion for yoga has only become more profound. She has traveled around the world leading workshops and teacher training, co-founded the yoga school 90 Monkeys and co-authored the book The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga with her partner, Taro Smith. Additionally, she has graced the covers of Yoga Journal and Fit Magazine, and photography collaborations between Ippoliti and her partner, Smith, have been featured on Yahoo’s homepage. If all of that wasn’t impressive enough, Ippoliti is also an active environmentalist, supporting a number of organizations and setting monthly eco-friendly habits to compliment her 30-Day Yoga Challenge. This month, we had a wonderful conversation with Ippoliti about the influence yoga has had on her life so far and where she sees her practice taking her in the future. Take a deep breath and enjoy. WHAT GOT YOU HOOKED ON YOGA? Around the time I started yoga, I was dealing with popularity drama in high school. Yoga class was a place where I was allowed to simply breathe, be myself and tap into the mystery of self and life. It was so much bigger than the pettiness! WHAT BROUGHT YOU TO BOULDER AND WHAT’S THE BEST PART OF BEING A “BOULDERITE?” I was born and raised in New York City, and I started my career as a yoga teacher there. As a kid, we always were leaving the city to be in nature. By the time I was 30, I had a natural urge to get out of NYC… and I did! My favorite part about living in Boulder is what we call the “Boulder Bubble”—I am very appreciative of our community

of

health-conscious,

entrepreneurial, intellectual do-gooders. HOW DO YOU SEE YOGA AS HELPING PEOPLE REACH THEIR POTENTIAL? Practicing yoga on the mat is like a mini training camp for the real world. On the mat, I might fall down, struggle to get into different shapes and devote weeks or even years to a consistent practice and sometimes a CONTINUED >

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“goal pose.” How I show up in those moments is a microcosm of my life off the mat. When I feel accomplished by the little things that happen on the mat, it gives me the confidence to reach my potential off the mat. HOW DO YOU SEE YOUR PRACTICE EVOLVING IN THE FUTURE? My goal is to be able to comfortably do backbends and hip openers into my older years. I want my spine to be healthy and to counteract the time spent on my computer and devices! I never want to stop learning, and I don’t want to have any expectations about what my body can and cannot do as I age. YOU HAVE SO MANY DIFFERENT PASSIONS - CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THEM? Well, one of my biggest passions in yoga is training teachers! Yoga teachers are like heroes in their local community and deserve to be supported and encouraged. I co-founded 90 Monkeys, our online and in-person school of yoga, to help yoga teachers refine their teaching skills, build their professional skills, and grow as people and leaders so we can help more people live a happier life through this practice. Getting outside is also a big priority. I hike almost daily in the foothills, and thanks to Boulder Cycle Sport, Taro’s bike shops here in Boulder, I have access to (and totally nerd out on) the latest cycling equipment and accessories. I try to get out on a mountain or road bike whenever I can! ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIENTIOUSNESS HAS BEEN A CENTRAL THEME OF YOUR LIFE.  DO YOU SEE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AND YOGA AS COMPLEMENTING ONE ANOTHER, AND IF SO, HOW? Definitely. The more you practice yoga the more you innately realize that we are interconnected with all of life and your sensitivity to that fact grows. Follow Ippoliti @amyippoliti, @yogaglo, @90monkeys and on AmyIppoliti.com. 

AMY’S TOP ORGANIZATIONS TO DONATE TO 1. WildAid - WildAid.org 2. ASPCA - ASPCA.org 3. Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) - NRDC.org 4. The Nature Conservancy - Nature.org 5. Farm Sanctuary - FarmSanctuary.org 6. CarbonFund.org - CarbonFund.org 7. Children International - Children.org

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"I was a big runner and a gym rat when I first tried a class. I was under the impression that to ‘workout’ I had to sweat and put in hours at the gym. My very first experience was a truly humbling one. I realized this was a practice that challenges my body and mind." -EMMA HECKMAN UPDIKE, THE DAILEY METHOD

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around the world when Emma Heckman Updike and her three silent partners Carrie Krane, Katie Cook and Natalie Gorman knew Boulder needed to open its own location. And so, the Dailey Method Boulder opened in April 2015. The studio offers various Dailey Barre courses that aim to work and sculpt muscles as well as high-energy spin classes complete with fun music and upbeat instruction. There is also the option to take Cycle/Barre classes, which include 40 minutes of heart-pounding, beat-driven cycling and 20 minutes of muscle stabilizing, toning, stretching and core-strengthening off the bike. These are dynamic workouts meant to be low-impact while still sculpting and strengthening the body. Q&A WITH EMMA HECKMAN UPDIKE WHY DID YOU START THE DAILEY METHOD IN BOULDER? I was a big runner and a gym rat when I first tried a class. I was under the impression that to ‘workout’ I had to sweat and put in hours at the gym. My very first experience was a truly humbling one. I realized this was a practice that challenges my body and mind. I noticed was an immediate change in my flexibility, strength and tone within one month’s time. WHAT EXACTLY ARE THE BENEFITS OF BARRE WORKOUTS? Barre is based on ballet fitness. We’re different from others in Boulder by having a heavier focus on alignment and incorporating more orthopedic exercise into each class. I like to say that class is a ‘souped up PT session.’ Our Barre class is for every type of body. We tailor a class to everyone’s needs with cueing (both visual, verbal and tactile) to allow you into optimal alignment for your body and deeper engagement. IN ONE WORD, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE A WORKOUT AT THE DAILEY METHOD? Efficient. NUMBER ONE GOAL FOR YOUR STUDIO RIGHT NOW AND FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? Increase awareness of our brand and cycle component. It really is a sweet offering, especially when combining with our barre practice. CONTINUED >

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“Moving in various planes allows us to restructure and that can help with things like joint prep or spine work. Outside of the gym, we want people to be aware of things like posture or how they walk.” -MATT JW BERNSTEIN, BOULDER MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE

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BOULDER MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE A wall at Boulder Movement Collective reads, “Live life dynamically. Move. More.” The words are by Ido Portal, an influential figure within “movement culture” and the teacher who inspired Zack Finer and Matt JW Bernstein to open Boulder Movement Collective (BMC) in February 2015. Matt and Zack both come from various fitness backgrounds including CrossFit, and upon visiting the Collective, it’s easy to say most people have never been to a gym like this before. BMC is a unique fusion of diverse disciplines including yoga, martial arts, gymnastics, strength conditioning, modern dance and more. While every class is different, the main emphasis is to move in unique and dynamic ways to generate changes not only in the body but also the mind. Attendees range from locals with memberships to people who have relocated to Boulder or traveled from far away specifically to train and take courses at BMC.

BOULDER MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE

Q&A WITH ZACK FINER AND MATT JW BERNSTEIN HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE “MOVEMENT PRACTICE” OR “MOVEMENT CULTURE”? MATT: We help people learn how to research their bodies. Some days we are deadlifting, and other days we are working on mobility to achieve full range of motion. The idea is not to be tethered to a specific theory. ZACK: A generalist practice. We take the most useful aspects of other fields to create our practice. Like a physical art. DO YOU THINK PEOPLE ATTENDING BOULDER MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE TAKE THIS WORK BEYOND THE GYM? ZACK: Absolutely. A lot of the pain people feel is simply our bodies telling us to move. MATT: Moving in various planes allows us to restructure and that can help with things like joint prep or spine work. Outside of the gym, we want people to be aware of things like posture or how they walk. WHAT RANGE OF FITNESS LEVELS THAT YOU SEE IN CLASSES? ZACK: There are dancers, martial artists, an Olympic snowboarder, an ex-college wrestler. You name it. MATT: We have 55+ Class, a Fundamentals Class, a Mobility Class and more. We also have our senior students paired with new students so they can mentor them. IN ONE WORD, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE A CLASS AT BOULDER MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE? ZACK: Three words: brain-body attachment.

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MECHA

“We follow the Lagree Method to build deep core strength, long and lean muscles, balance and flexibility, improved concentration and a body that is less prone to injury.” -AMY DALTON, MECHA MECHA  Mecha officially opened at the end of December 2016 when Kate and Josh Swartz purchased what used to be BOCO Fitness. Today, Amy Dalton is the Director of the central Boulder studio offers RESISTANCE and HIIT (high-intensity interval training) classes that focus on a combination of cardio workouts and full-body muscle strength. They also recently added weekly mobility classes, which consist of almost an hour of delicious, deep stretching.  “Mecha” is rooted from the word "mechanical” (and fun fact: it’s also an anime term for machines that give humans extra abilities). All levels and ages of athletes can be found attending the dynamic, injury-friendly classes at Mecha. The studio plans to open its second space in Denver by March 2018. Q&A WITH AMY DALTON  MECHA OFFERS RESISTANCE CLASSES, CAN YOU DESCRIBE WHAT THOSE ARE LIKE? We follow the Lagree Method to build deep core strength, long and lean muscles, balance and flexibility, improved concentration  and a body that is less prone to injury. The machine used is called the Megaformer, which is like a nextgen Pilates reformer. All exercises are performed until your muscles are fully fatigued. We think it's the best and fastest way to get stronger and leaner. No muscle is left untouched. MECHA ALSO OFFERS HIIT CLASSES, CAN YOU EXPLAIN WHAT THOSE CONSIST OF? A sequence of sprints, time trials and endurance intervals on VersaClimbers and Schwinn Airdyne Bikes. Your cardiovascular system is the primary focus of these classes. IN ONE WORD, HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE A WORKOUT AT MECHA? Smart. WHAT RANGE OF FITNESS LEVELS DO YOU SEE IN CLASSES? We cater to all levels. We often have professional athletes in class alongside people trying to lose weight and get in shape.

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TYB, BABY! A born and raised Boulderite is doing big things in the athletic apparel arena. This statement might not come off as a surprise, but the details will. Tyler Haney, only 28, is using her outdoor voice to bring in a (much needed) new era of activewear that highlights Doing Things instead of the age-old credo of being better, faster, harder and stronger. New York-based Outdoor Voices (OV for short) flips this belief upside down by redefining activity as playful, social and done on the daily. Haney is the founder of this fast-growing company, and her Boulder roots inspired the brand’s concept. “Activity is baked into Boulder culture, and I grew up playing just about every sport. That focus on daily activity—whatever form it takes—is something that was instilled in me early on, and a lot of the inspiration behind Outdoor Voices,” says Haney. “I created an activewear brand that isn’t about competition or performance; it’s about celebrating activity for the fun of it.” It’s this mentality that has helped her brainchild, OV, gain a cult following known for their color blocking, flattering silhouettes and tonal tops and bottoms—and in only four short years. “We think of our apparel as a uniform for Doing Things—everything you need to get out and be active on a daily basis,” says Haney. Between juggling life-life and gym life, a stylish, well-constructed uniform is a godsend. The fact that it’s not just little black yoga pants is a miracle (hello, muted colors). One thing Haney likes to be clear on is that this isn’t athleisure wear. This is brunch-to-barre, coffee-to-cycle, sweat, drip and get fit wear.   “Versatility is great, but everything we make is made to be sweat in,” says Haney. The material is a textured compression created for Haney while she was still studying business at Parsons School of Design, to this day, it remains the core fabric for each aesthetically-pleasing design. After designing the original five kits (sets of top and bottoms that flatter every kind of body type—the signature style being the crop top and two-tone legging), raising 22.5 million dollars of venture capital and graduating, OV was born. Like any business, support is key, and partners like Mickey Drexler to Kirsten Green and, of course, Haney’s mom are a few people mentioned as being a crucial part of an evergrowing team. Haney explains, “My mom was the best kind of coach growing up, and she had this saying ‘TYB, baby. Try your best, baby.’ Whether she was sending me to school or soccer practice or a slumber party, she’d say ‘TYB, baby!’ It’s become our OV Motto.” CONTINUED >

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Haney explains, “My mom was the best kind of coach growing up, and she had this saying ‘TYB, baby. Try your best, baby.’ Whether she was sending me to school or soccer practice or a slumber party, she’d say ‘TYB, baby!’ It’s become our OV Motto.”

DOING EVERYTHING Beyond clothes and accessories, OV has taken the initiative to open up brick-and-mortar around the country that go beyond a stop and shop. Despite online retail being their main revenue, Haney wants to create a social environment without the Internet and social media (*gasps*). “Our shops are community hubs, and ways for us to bring people together around activities (like jogs, hikes, or dog walks). They’re also a place for people to touch and feel the product, and find the fit or style that’s best for them,” Haney says. “It’s about meeting people and building relationships, and that offline experience is amplified digitally.”    Since OV’s fruition, there are currently seven shops across the US, each with a unique design and interior to blend in with the city’s culture. The first store opened in Austin, TX—the original bungalow and spiritual home base— and the last shop opened early December in San Francisco—imagine a tea house and plant nursery all in one. For those seven lucky cities, we envy you. Rumor has it that Dallas has a pop up from fans' enthusiasm. So if you want one here in Boulder, you’re going to have to use your Outdoor Voices.

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IN MANY WAYS, MILA IS JUST LIKE ANY OTHER SEVEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL. She smiles constantly and giggles uncontrollably as her mother plays make-believe with her. Today, they’re in a snow-covered field with Olaf (Mila’s favorite character from Frozen). Nearby, her little brother Azlan is running through the forest as a tiger. But Mila is fighting every day for her life. Last fall she was diagnosed with Batten disease, a rare neurodegenerative disease that causes seizures, vision loss, cognitive impairment and early death. It is one of the most devastating diseases that exist. There’s no cure for Batten disease, but Mila’s family is determined to change that, through cutting-edge genetic treatments that may lead to a cure. Mila's symptoms developed slowly. Julia Vitarello, Mila’s mother, explains she started noticing that when she was three, Mila's foot would turn inward, and her gait became more awkward. Then, despite a vocabulary that had been advanced for her age, she began repeating herself, and she wasn't able to find the right words to finish her thoughts. Soon, she started holding books much closer to her face to see what was on the page. Vitarello and her husband, Alek Makovec, were told that Mila would grow out of it, that it was part of development. But Vitarello knew her daughter, and she knew that something wasn’t right. She went to doctor after doctor, searching for answers. When doctors officially diagnosed Mila with Batten disease and Vitarello was told of the prognosis for her daughter, her world came crashing down. Mila has already lost her sight, her speech and much of her ability to walk, but she can still smile and laugh, her personality shining through despite her physical limitations. To help Mila maintain her motor functions as well as she can, she has been practicing adaptive yoga techniques at Iyengar Yoga Center of Boulder. The techniques help Mila with muscle memory and help her body to relax. “Despite losing these abilities, the thing that keeps us strong and keeps us fighting is that Mila is still so present and alert,” Vitarello says. Mila's family is determined to find a way for her, and other children suffering from rare diseases, to survive. They learned that genetic therapies were just recently proving to halt the progress of neurogenerative diseases. So Julia and Alek started Mila's Miracle Foundation to find and fund paths to a cure. Thanks to their hard work and an impressive group of world-renowned scientists in Boston, a brand-new treatment that could stop, or even reverse, Mila's disease is in sight for early 2018. Wiping away tears, Vitarello says, “I had people tell me that Mila could have a bigger purpose in life than we ever imagined. As a mom, it's impossible to think that your child's purpose is more than just being a happy kid. But over the past year, I have realized that Mila's life will have an enormous impact on so many." To help raise money for the trial to combat Mila's cutting-edge treatment or to learn more, see the Saving Mila campaign page on Go Fund Me at GoFundMe.com/SavingMila or visit StopBatten.org. “I had people tell me that Mila could have a bigger purpose in life than we ever imagined. As a mom, it 's impossible to think that your child's purpose is more than just being a happy kid. But over the past year, I have realized that Mila's life will have an enormous impact on so many." 72

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FOOD & WINE ARTICLE KELLI RUHL PHOTOGRAPHY JULIA VANDENOEVER

A FAR CRY FROM A FAD DIET, THE KETOGENIC DIET IS TRANSFORMING THE WAY OUR BODIES WORK

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FOOD & WINE

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WHAT IS KETO?

KETO-CONVERT

A focused mind; steady energy; reduced body

Iva Paleckova, owner of a Paleo-centric

aches and pains—like (very upbeat) broken re-

restaurant Blooming Beets, details her

cords, those who’ve taken on ketogenic diets

experience with Keto as “fantastic.” Though

continuously tout the game-changing benefits

she admits the transition from carb-based

of overhauling their habits and committing to

energy to ketones was tricky and exhaust-

keto. Though the diet can be restrictive and

ing, once her body got used to running on

challenging at first, this is hardly a price to

ketones, she felt better than ever—so much

pay considering the dramatic health benefits

so that she finished her first 100-mile race

it boasts: it is known to lower blood pressure,

while in ketosis.

stabilize blood sugar levels, improve cholesterol levels, alleviate the symptoms of epilepsy and to support the treatment of cancer and neurological diseases.

MEDICAL BENEFITS Another proponent of going keto is Mary Kay Irving, a psychotherapist who has been study-

Keto is intensely low-carb and high-fat, with

ing its effect on a variety of health issues. As

healthy fats expected to make up 70-80%

Irving explains, it has been shown that the keto

of daily calories. Protein should account for

diet can potentially lead to a reverse in symp-

15-20%, with carbs rounding out the final

toms and/or progression of diseases.

5-10%. The diet works like this: normally, the

As the Epilepsy Foundation details, chil-

body breaks down carbohydrates into glucose,

dren with epilepsy whose seizure have not

which becomes its energy source. The Keto

responded to other treatments often turn to

Diet deprives the body of carbs, thus cutting

the keto diet to help manage their seizures.

out its typical energy source and forcing the

The diet is also currently being studied as a

body into a state of ketosis—hence the diet’s

method of reversing or mollifying the effects

name—wherein the liver burns fat to produce

of Alzheimer's, and Oncologists have been

ketones for use as energy in place of carbs.

exploring the effects of ketogenic diets during

The Keto Diet is similar to the paleo diet,

chemotherapy. Additionally, as Irving can per-

though it takes carbohydrate restriction a step

sonally attest, keto can reverse the effects of

further. Many ketophiles stick to low-carb paleo

pre-diabetes and can help diabetics manage

diets on a regular basis, cycling into a keto diet

their symptoms.

monthly or yearly as a way to cleanse. Though both diets focus on cutting out chemicals, carbonation, refined foods and processed foods, paleo allows more carbohydrates and thus doesn’t lead to ketosis.

SHOULD YOU GO KETO? Crash-dieters: NO Keto is far from a crash-diet; for those looking to quickly drop a few pounds, Keto is not

Ketosis mimics starvation in the body, which

the way to go. The drastic changes the diges-

immediately responds by hoarding every pos-

tive and metabolic systems must undergo are

sible calorie and forcing the metabolism to

too harsh for the common yo-yo dieter.

slow down. Because of this, the transition into

Lifestyle Overhaul: YES

a ketogenic lifestyle can be “hellish” for many.

For those seeking a lifestyle overhaul,

Exhaustion, moodiness and anxiety overtake

whether due to illness or a general desire to be

the body, causing many to quickly call it quits.

healthier, going Keto is a great choice.

Those who have pushed through, however, report that all that lost energy and focus return

Disclaimer: Mary Kay Irving is not a doctor and is

with a vengeance once the body has adapted,

not offering medical advice. Readers should con-

and they feel better than ever.

sult with a doctor if interested in medical advice.

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