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An American Sailing Association-certified instructor and lifelong sailor, Toby Stull runs the first professional sailing school and charter business in the nation that is directed at LGBT sailors, Out on the Water Sailing. His gay-owned and operated adventure sports sailing company encourages diversity and welcomes all students regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or skill level, offering sailing lessons, charters, vessel training, and destination vacations. Toby is an experienced yachtsman and instructor having raced through college in multiple Block Island race weeks, as well as several Long Island Sound campaigns. Toby has restored and lived aboard several sailboats including a C&C 35 Mark 1, on which he won several regattas within Eastern Long Island Sound. He's held several professional crew positions aboard vessels up to 140 feet.
Featured on Oprah, CNN, The New York Times, and in the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me, holistic nutrition expert and natural foods chef Alex Jamieson has proven herself to be a wise and profound voice for holistic nutrition, delicious cooking, and healthy living. Author of three books including The Great American Detox Diet and Vegan Cooking for Dummies, Alex helps women from around the globe end their emotional eating battles, lose weight and love their life, naturally.
A native of Virginia Beach, Rachel Buschert Vaziralli moved to NYC to study dance at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Graduating with a BFA, she danced professionally while beginning a career in fitness. Her background in dance set the foundation for her skills teaching yoga and Pilates. She then fell in love with the musicality and athleticism of indoor cycling which led to a love for road racing, winning her age group in the NYC Biathlon in 2009 and placing 2nd overall in the Prospect Park Duathlon in 2011. Currently she teaches a wide variety of classes at Equinox NYC including cycling, tabata, treadmill race training, biathlon, kettlebells, metobolic conditioning, and ViPR. Rachel is a Schwinn master trainer certifying instructors in the Schwinn indoor cycling program. She is currently working on her Master's degree in exercise science and cardiac rehabilitation.