Yoga Therapy for the Second Great Depression: Princeton Grad Quits Morgan Stanley

At Morgan Stanley’s fixed-income group, Lauren Imparato wore power suits and sold currencies to hedge funds in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Now she spends her days in form-fitting Lululemon pants, teaching yoga to former Wall Street colleagues.

After seven years in finance, with a stint in London and a recent promotion, Imparato quit her job in April to start a yoga-centric lifestyle brand, I.AM.YOU.

“I want everyone to see that you can drink wine and eat fine food and come to yoga the next day and you’ll be totally fine,” said the lithe, 5-foot-11-inch brunette at her Manhattan loft. “You don’t have to become a vegetarian to practice yoga,” writes Bloomberg.

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