YogaFit Founder Nominated for Top Women of Influence in Los Angeles Award

Monday, May 5, 2014

Los Angeles – Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit and leader of Mind Body Fitness education, has been nominated for a Broads Circle Top Women of Influence in Los Angeles award.  Over 4,000 votes were cast, with Shaw being nominated in the category of top CEOs in Los Angeles. Broads Circle will announce the winner at their June 5th event at the Luxe Sunset Hotel in Los Angeles.  

Shaw is widely considered the one responsible for building the current Yoga Market in the United States. Her experience as a yoga, fitness, and nutrition expert has helped her spawn over a dozen best-selling DVDs. Shaw also authored several critically acclaimed books, including the bestselling YogaFit and the highly anticipated YogaLean, which will be published this fall by Random House. She has been featured as a health and fitness expert on CNBC, CNN, NBC, CBS, E Style, Channel, Showtime, Donny Deutsch¹s Big Idea, and in the Titans of Yoga DVD. She currently writes for several columns and blogs, and is published in numerous fitness and business publications, including the Huffington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Oprah¹s O magazine, Time, More, Entrepreneur, Yoga Journal, Glamour, Self and USA Today.

An international presenter and popular speaker, Shaw has lectured and taught on six continents. Although she has gained her fame -- and experience as a female entrepreneur -- from building YogaFit, Shaw is also an accomplished life coach, anger management specialist, and meditation teacher. Shaw holds a degree in Business Management from Long Island University and numerous mind-body modalities. She sits on the Board of many nonprofit animal rights organizations and is an outspoken animal advocate. She is passionate about the transformation of others and has dedicated her life to YogaFit.

The Broads Circle is dedicated to building a network of elite professionals, and is focused on taking women to the next and highest level in business. The circle brings together women in a variety of industries who share the same career and personal drivers to generate revenue and assume leadership positions.

By creating a forum where women can make connections and freely discuss business opportunities, the Broads Circle is able to drive revenue for women owned businesses. And by establishing a forum, the circle grows capital through a trusted and confidential exchange that includes investment ideas, opportunities and business engagement.

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