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SOUL INSPIRATION

Soul Moms Celebrate International Day of the Girl

Today is International Day of the Girl and here at SoulCycle we’re celebrating our future female rockstars. Some of our SOUL instructor moms shared the advice they give their own daughters about growing up in the world today… 


GABRIELLE WISE
The advice I always give my girls is to be themselves! To lead not follow. To trust their gut.  To give people a chance without judgement. To accept that life isn’t perfect. To communicate and not keep things inside. And to always believe that if they try their best, that is good enough regardless of the outcome.



ALBA VERELA
The advice I give my precious gem is to be true to yourself, follow your heart and do what you love. And always believe in yourself!



ANDREA TUCKER
How about a song... "Dear Daughter" by Halestorm

Dear Daughter
Hold your head up high
There's a world outside that's passing by

Dear Daughter
Never lose yourself
Remember that you're like nobody else

Life throws you into the unknown
And you feel like you're out there all alone

These are words
That every girl
Should have a chance to hear
There will be love
There will be pain
There will be hope
There will be fear
And through it all
Year after year
Stand or fall
I will be right here
For you

Dear Daughter
Don't worry about those stupid girls
If they try to bring you down
It's 'cause they're scared and insecure

Dear Daughter
Don't change for any man
Even if he promises the stars
and takes you by the hand

Life throws you into the unknown
And you feel like you're out there all alone

These are words
That every girl
Should have a chance to hear
There will be love
There will be pain
There will be hope
There will be fear
And through it all
Year after year
Stand or fall
I will be right here
For you

Dear Daughter
I was just like you
And just like me
You're gonna make it through

These are words
That every girl
Should have a chance to hear
There will be love
There will be pain
There will be hope
There will be fear
And through it all
Year after year
Stand or fall
I will be right here

And after all
I will be right here

For you!



AYANA CURTIS
The advice I give my daughter about growing up in today's world would be to enjoy being a young girl and not to grow up too fast. Social media is a big influence on young girls and it seems as though everyone is in a hurry to dress like adults and to do adult activities. I tell her it is okay to be a child and to focus on what is important in her life now. And that is being a great student, daughter, and friend. I also tell her to love who she is and to love the skin that she's in. Be confident and strong and kind. Beauty is as beauty does. And the biggest thing I like to tell her is that she is loved very much and therefore blessed.



CHANELLE LAGACE
When my daughter is old enough to understand, I would tell her a few things...
1. Sunscreen! My mom told me to wear it everyday on my face, hands and neck when I was very young. I still take her advice today.
2. Exercise. Not just your body but your mind.
3. Being beautiful on the inside is more important than being beautiful on the outside.
4. Rejection only makes you stronger! Don't ever give up on your dreams.
5. Being kind to others isn't as important as being kind and respectful to yourself. It starts with you.



ERIKA SHANNON
Advice: Never let a day go by without expressing your love for the people in your life. Practice compassion, appreciation, and kindness always. When you're mad, express your anger, be heard, and then let it go. Life is so much fuller when you concentrate on what is right and good. And always know how much you are loved!


GAYLE FULLER
I make sure that that my girls know the most important things that I’ve learned from my experiences:
1. Be yourself and don’t worry about what other people think of you, that's none of your business. The happiest I have ever been is when I stopped worrying about what other people think about me and I let my light shine brighter than ever.
2. ENJOY the journey. We are always so focused on the results we are looking for that we sometimes overlook what we have in front of us and miss out on life. I want my girls to remember how wonderful it is to be "in the moment.”  



JANINE CRECCO
The most important lesson I teach my girls is self worth. Confidence plays a huge part, but so does knowing your value and realizing that you are so much more than what you look like on the outside. It's your good heart, your unwavering will, and your beautiful positive aura that will attract your tribe. It's not about being the prettiest girls, but possessing the prettiest souls around. Be compassionate and loving, inspire and create, be the next leaders of this world! Keep watching, SoulCycle: You haven't seen the best of them yet!



JILL VALENTE
Dream big, work hard, be nice and do what you LOVE! Oh, and turn 12 already so I can bring you to SoulCycle with me!



JULIE DERMER
Talk nicely to yourself, there's no one like you!
Indulge your curiosity... with good judgment. 
Change your mind!
Pobody's Nerfect. 
Be open to different perspectives. 
Be the friend you want to have.
Love BIG!
Laugh!
And know know you are unconditionally loved and supported every step you take.



LESLIE SANCHEZ
Some advice I give my daughter is... to make sure to have an opinion and speak her mind. To make decisions that reflect her character. Always worry more about how beautiful you are on the inside than on the outside. To be friendly to each and every person but stand up for yourself. Not everyone is going to like you and that’s okay. Don't compare yourself to others, only to how well you have done in the past and to always aim higher. To find what makes you happy in this life and explore it. Some things may not work out, but walk away knowing you gave it your ALL, that is EVERYTHING. Life is less about “things” and more about “moments.” LOVE the people you love, tomorrow is not promised, and Mommy will always be here for you.



MANDY BROOKS
Dare greatly. Love yourself first. Speak up. Don’t compare yourself to others. Being smart is cool. Don’t judge. Girlfriends are for life. True beauty comes from inside. Be kind. Be thoughtful. Be compassionate. Love with your whole heart. Learn to say no. Life is not a competition; it’s a journey so work on being the best YOU can be! And never ever forget that MOMMY LOVES YOU!



MARTHA KAPLAN
My advice for my daughter Emily: You are a beautiful woman born with a unique mixture of gifts and talents. Acknowledge and grow them. You have the ability to change the world with them.



MIREYA D’ANGELO
My daughter Sofia is now 17. All I could think is, goodness, I am constantly giving her advice — be kind; treat people the way you want to be treated; be proud of your intelligence; respect everyone if they don't respect you; don't go to sleep with makeup on; don't peak too early; be safe and be smart; — but what does she truly hear? I decided to ask her, and here's what she said: 

Mamà, you doesn't necessarily give me advice rather than just help me out whenever necessary. You're always willing to help me with homework, friendship issues, you always support my dreams and my ideas.  Generally, you tell me to always be myself and not care what other people think too much, but that's a really basic analogy of the things you tell me. You always help me figure out how to resolve any conflicts I have, and always help my outfit choices, and even sometimes help with songs. It's pretty cool. 

I guess she hears me. 



SAMARA VESPIA
I tell my girl to be very conscious of the earth, animals, and of each other ... To lead her life with love, compassion and empathy for everyone and everything around her, that we all have a purpose in our lifetime on this planet and we should live in harmony with everyone while finding that purpose. I tell her that reaching perfection compared to someone else's life is impossible, but getting inspired by one another and being herself to the fullest 100 percent of the time IS perfect. I tell her often that she is beautiful, strong, and can do absolutely anything her heart cries for.  


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Learn more about International Day of the Girl HERE. Questions or comments? Email blog@soul-cycle.com!

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