NAME: Jeannine Woodall, co-founder of Sage Yoga and Meditation Centre (5 Shuter, 416-530-0039), yoga instructor, lawyer, mother
WHERE: At Sage WHEN: Sunday, 2 pm
CLOTHES: "My stretchy black shirt is from rk (276 Queen West, 416-585-7731, and others) I paid $70 for it and my Gap jeans (Yonge and Dundas, 416-595-1306, and others) I bought for $65.
I'm wearing my mother's silver Hopi necklace and earrings that I inadvertently appropriated from her when I was in high school. The necklace is composed of interlocking leaves. They look like sage leaves, which have historically been used for purification and healing. I think my mother got these pieces in Mexico a long time ago. Most of my Navajo and Egyptian bracelets have been in my family for decades, and I've been wearing them since I was a child. Others were given to me by friends. Every bracelet has a special meaning to me. I only take them off to sleep and practise yoga. The belt is from Ragnarokr, a small store that started out on Baldwin many years ago, moved to Queen West and then went out of business. They made beautiful things by hand. And my feet are bare, of course, which is essential for yoga."
Hair: "The last time I had my hair cut was in the spring at W on Queen West. Since then I've just been letting it grow."
STYLE: "Comfy and cozy. I have to be able to do handstands and keep up with my little girl, so I wear clothes that let me feel free."
Into: "Yoga. I've learned how important a healthy lifestyle is to mental, physical and emotional well-being. It's amazing to watch the people who take yoga classes at our centre become more happy."