Suze Yalof Schwartz

Slow down, you move too fast.  Sound familiar? These aren't just the lyrics to Simon & Garfunkel's hit, "Feelin' Groovy".  Who isn't in search of a calmer, saner life?  Enter Suze Yalof Schwartz, founder of Unplug Meditation, an L.A. based guided-meditation studio.  This meditation maven shares her bedtime secrets with us.  Take time out for yourself and read on.

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Suze Yalof Schwartz is the founder and Chief Meditation Officer of Unplug Meditation.  Before becoming a spiritual entrepreneur, Suze enjoyed decades as a fashion editor, director and stylist. Dubbed the "the fairy godmother of makeovers" by The New York Times, before blazing a meditation trail and opening Unplug, Suze worked at Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Glamour.  For now, there is one Unplug studio in Los Angeles. With so many of us in search of a way to unplug and recharge, no doubt more studios are on the way.  We're hoping for one in NYC!  

For inspiration, visit unplugmeditation.com.

 

Suze's Bedtime Profile 

Bedtime Bling:

Diamond ring and earrings.  I never take them off.

Nightly Nosh:

Just ice water next to my bed in an UNPLUG glass water bottle.

Bedtime Book:

I am reading "Take Your Time: The Wisdom of Slowing Down" by Eknath Easwaran.  One of my students and now a great friend, Nancy Truman (founder of Fonuts, world's best donuts), gave it to me.  Every human needs to read it!

Sleep Secret:

Every night before I go to bed I thank G-d for everything.  My gratitude list lasts a solid five to ten minutes and then I always have sweet dreams.

Sleep Suit:

Brooks Brothers white cotton pajamas.  My mom wore them and now I wear them.  They are my uniform.

Crash Pad:

Home in Pacific Palisades, CA.  I have a Tempur-Pedic mattress that I love and my bedroom is all white so I feel like I am checking into heaven.  I also have the best accessory, my sleeping partner/husband, Marc.  I adore him and think he is so cute.  Seeing his face at night and in the morning makes me so happy.  We've been married for 14 years.

Lights Out:

It depends.  I wake up at 4:30 or 5:00am so sometimes I will pass out at 9pm and sometimes 11pm.  I really only need five or six hours to feel great.  (It's always been like that.)