As a teen, she had the opportunity work under contract with one of the most reputable modeling agencies in the world Ford Models. Along with this shift came a lot of demanding work, including traveling the world to perform in an incredibly competitive market. She found herself most at home amidst the frenzy and excitement of New York City and decided to stay put there.
Those first few years of living alone, far away from her family in the Midwest, were a little rough… but that’s when Lucie embarked on a mission of fostering health and happiness, committing to living mindfully.
She soaked up every bit of information she could about mood, nutrition, and fitness. Lucie became a Yoga Alliance certified instructor in 2008. In 2009, Marie Claire magazine featured her dedicated yoga practice. In recent years, her love for yoga and meditation has transitioned off the mat and onto the track. In her first big sanctioned race, where Lucie placed top 10 in one of the largest female half-marathons in the world, the More/Shape Half in Central park. Since then, she has run for the local competitive team North Brooklyn Runners.
Lucie is committed to sharing a message about how to lead a rewarding, sustainable life, but mostly to have fun and laugh a ton. She earnestly believes that hard work, mindfulness, eating well, and making stuff is the key to being a happy healthy human.