Aug 13, 2014

Sprouts – Foods That Heal

If you don’t love sprouts it’s probably because you’ve never grown your own and tasted how fresh, vibrant and clean they are. And if you think eating organic is expensive, it’s probably because you’ve never grown sprouts! After the initial investment of buying organic seeds, which last ages, you’re eating for pennies a day.  Sprouts are versatile […]

Sep 3, 2013

Kiki’s – Books I’m Reading and Recommend

A lot of you ask me for yoga book recommendations. I am an avid reader and love to curl up with a book. I live in New York City and don’t have a car here (but you know I cycle everywhere) If I’m taking a trip and I have a choice to ride a train […]

Apr 19, 2013

Kiki’s Top Picks – Organic Skin, Hair, Teeth, and Super Foods

So many of you asked me EXACTLY which products I use and recommend so I’ve put these lists together for YOU. Now you can easily buy the wonderful organic and natural products I have used for decades. Use. Share. Click. I’ve partnered with Banyan Botanicals and Amazon to bring you the best Kiki’s Picks. Your […]

Apr 15, 2010

Pull Up to the Bumper Baby

My favorite car is yellow. It has a meter up front next to the driver who fills the tank, changes the oil, and parks it. All I do is step to the edge of traffic and raise my hand like the pop-quiz whiz-kid who has all the answers. My favortie car is a taxi. For […]

Oct 2, 2009

Girls School

Call me unconventional.I loved school. Especially Catholic School.The More House School for Girls.Girls only.Plenty of girls. Being girls.Bright, brilliant, clever, ever-so-often naughty girls. The More House School was uniform-free.A style forum for 11 year olds just down the road from Beauchamp Place and around the corner from Harrods . The curriculum included Latin, French, Spanish, […]

Sep 30, 2009

Be Nice

I’m often asked, Why don’t more people do yoga? Buy a mat. Roll it. The Black Mat, standing seven feet and weighing in at more than 7lbs! Shove it in a bag. Schlepp it. Negotiate steps, the subway, a bus, a bicycle, concrete. Day in and day out. Weeks. Months Years. To wear or not too […]

Jul 15, 2009

Shopping for Dollars

It’s my fault. I told a friend we’d meet in the Sunglass Department at  Century 21. She was late. That’s her fault. I pass the time trying on discounted designer frames. Slipping high-end handbags over my shoulder. Totally my fault. Century 21 – where you look for stuff you don’t need until you just can’t […]

Jun 28, 2009

Get Sunny

Don’t let a gray day color you gray. Or blue. Paint your nails sun-shiny. I just did. It’s a cheap trick. But it makes me happy. They say it’s the little things. In 1970, Mom got me my first-ever yellow nail polish. As for the green she gave my older sister, I made off with […]