My thoughts and prayers are with all those who’ve been effected by the Earthquake in Nepal. I ask for your continued prayers and or just positive thoughts.
Here is a link for the exceptional man, I care deeply about and his team I am helping raise funds for a quickly as possible, as time is of extreme importance. Don Bowie and his team have been on an expedition to summit Annapurna in Nepal when this devastation hit. Thankfully Don and his team were all secure at their base camp as the 7.9 quake took place and are all ok. The team has quickly decided to abandon their plans to join forces to put their efforts & qualifications where they are needed most. If you’d like to donate and read their story and what their immediate needs are please click the link below.
I appreciate you… spreading the word, donating if it makes sense, and having HAPPY VIBES & LOVING PRAYERS for these incredible humans. Thank you so very much.
Lots of love,
Andrea is featured as Miss March in the “2015 Support Your Local Actress” Calendar. You can purchase the calendar online by clicking here. She also attended the launch party for the calendar and I’ve added photos to the gallery.
December 10 – Support Your Local Actress Calendar Launch
WHO: Andrea Bogart
WHAT: Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Rise Movement in West Hollywood
WHERE have I seen her before? She played Abby Haver on General Hospital for 111 episodes before being killed off in a construction accident.
WHY:“I was a professional dancer before I started acting,” says Bogart. “My body was always craving stretching and flexibility and the discipline of a workout routine. And in between auditions I found my world was revolving around catching a class, so I thought why not become an instructor?” Inspired by the number of great studios and teachers throughout LA, Bogart took classes with everyone from Vinnie Marino and Jeanne Heileman at YogaWorks, Dalton Grant at Modo Yoga, Andrea Marcum at U Studio Yoga and Matthew Reyes at Yoga Hop before becoming a certified in 2012. Bogart now teaches her own blend of mindful Vinyasa Flow group and private classes six days a week…unless she scores a part on a hot TV show. (Source)