Meet Wanda Acosta — our student spotlight for this month! Wanda started flying with us March of this year and hasn't stopped since! Seems like she's got the Soul Flyte bug and is officially hooked! We are constantly impressed with Wanda’s attitude, dedication and hard work towards her practice. Here is a bit more about her — check it out:
How did you find out about Soul Flyte?
I was introduced to Soul Flyte by my girlfriend, Annie.
What’s something you can't live without?
I don't think I could live without books. I love reading. I'll take a good book over a TV any day.
What brought you to try your first class at SF?
Back pain is what brought me to SF. I’ve suffered from back pain and plantar fasciitis for years now and found that most forms of exercise only caused me more pain. Being able to decompress my spine by hanging upside down has helped me so much. I am getting stronger with each class.
What’s your favorite time of day?
Mornings are my favorite time of day because I get to spend quiet time in prayer and reflection. It’s my ME time.
Do you have a favorite pose at SF?
My favorite pose is front belt. The first time I did it I couldn't wait for it to be over but now I look forward to it. I LOVE IT!!!
What’s the best meal you've eaten?
My favorite meal was in Sorrento, Italy last year at a place called Il Bucco. We had the most delicious fish and pasta dishes I've ever tasted.
Favorite thing about coming to Soul Flyte?
My favorite thing about coming to Soul Flyte is that I have so much fun while working out. I actually look forward to coming to class. The instructors are amazing and they encourage and motivate you along the way.
Would you recommend it to others?
Yes, absolutely. It’s a fun way to work out.
Favorite/best place you've traveled to:
My favorite place would have to be Positano, a small town in the Amalfi Coast in Italy. The views are spectacular, the people friendly and lively.
What's your favorite book? Movie?
Favorite book would have to be The Notebook and favorite movie is a classic called Imitation of Life. I cried my eyes out during both.
What's the craziest thing you've ever done?
When I was a teenager in Puerto Rico, my cousin dared me to ride a bike with no brakes down a steep hill while wearing a dress. I was lucky I walked away with only cuts and bruises after taking a nasty fall mid-hill. I still have the scars to prove it.