Going into the new year, Danielle Fuller has her intentions set around being mindful and grateful, especially for this beautiful town we live in. The mom of three (and three step kids!) is often busy running errands, doing the pick-up/drop-off for her kids, as well as running her business, Gather Yoga & Studio. After completing her yoga teacher training in 2009 and moving from Portland to Ketchum the same year, Danielle opened her studio in 2013 and since then has been teaching yoga alongside her studio’s other teachers. See how this busy woman does it all while still having fun and staying healthy in this editions of 24hrs in Sun Valley, January edition.
How does your morning start?
Danielle: Just coming off the holidays, I’m trying to stay true to my New Year’s intentions around health and well-being. I start the day early, around 6:30, with a morning dog walk in the sunshine and snow out East Fork, where I live, while listening to my favorite podcast. I walk my favorite loop and get in the mindset for the day before heading up to town to catch a yoga class with Cathie Caccia at Gather to get my body, mind, and spirit ready for the day ahead. I want to stay in that mindset of gratefulness as I leave the studio to go about my day.
Where to next?
Danielle: I’d make a quick stop at Maude’s—maybe with a friend or two—to grab the best cappuccino in town before heading to the mountain for some perfect morning runs with my best girlfriends.
What’s on the menu for lunch?
Danielle: We like to end on the Warm Springs side at lunchtime to go to Apple’s for a glass of white wine and some eats.
What’s your afternoon like?
What about dinner?
Danielle: I would head to the Duchin Lounge to meet up with friends for live music, drinks, and casual dinner there.