Sara Krish shares her story with Lórien, an artist who has a passion and purpose to inspire and support people in making transitions in consciousness. Click here to read Sara's guest post.
The Cleveland Clinic made history last week with a first attempt at a uterus transplant. Two other medical institutions in the US are also piloting programs where this surgery may be an option for women. Healthline interviewed Sara Krish, founder of The Fly Buddha Foundation, who had her uterus removed during cancer surgery three years ago. Krish explains that this surgery is nothing short of a miracle. "Most of us want to have that feeling - that feeling to carry another human being," Krish told Healthline. "To know I could possibly get that back feels like an absolute blessing." Read more about this pilot program for uterus transplants.
Southern California organizations teamed up to host a beautiful event at The Huntley Hotel. One important guest was A Social Leader, who created Fertili-Tea and EggPowering tea flavors for the special occasion. Click here to read her story and coverage of the EggSocial Event with the SCRC and The Fly Buddha Foundation.
In early October at The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, a group of women attended an #EggSocial hosted by the Beverly Hills-based Southern California Reproductive Center. The event was an informal gathering during which the women were educated about fertility preservation and, most specifically, egg freezing.
But at the end of a night of presentations, dinner and cocktails, there were mixed reactions among the attendees to sticking around to talk to the Daily Press about a subject as sensitive as fertility and pregnancy.
But one woman willing to talk was cervical cancer survivor Sara Krish, who had been a speaker that night. Krish, owner of The Fly Buddha in Redondo Beach, thought it was important to share her experience so that others might give themselves the possibility she gave herself. Read more on the Santa Monica Daily Press.
Sara Krish, a cervical cancer survivor, encouraged the crowd to “raise your paddle” and give generously to the CSC-RB, which, she said, ultimately helped turn her into a “cancer-fighting warrior.” Before she discovered CSC-RB, she and her family were devastated by the diagnosis. She had a “sweet mom,” a “strong boyfriend,” and a dad who had “beaten cancer four times” as her main support group. Find out more about the Celebrate Wellness event and read more of Sara's full cancer warrior speech here.
While fighting cervical cancer in 2012, Sara connected with the Cancer Support Community of Redondo Beach, CA. Their wide range of free resources, including individual counseling sessions, focused support groups and yoga classes, helped her discover the “Warrior” within that she needed to stay strong and determined. It was within this community that Sara experienced, first hand, the power behind the collective. She knew that when she recovered she would create something that brought people together, raised consciousness and encouraged greatness.
Thanks to our friend, Chad Daring, we were able to capture one of The Fly Buddha's GET LIT sessions from above. Every third Saturday of the month we meet at the octagon at Redondo Beach for a heart filling dose of inspiration and cancer warrior celebration. Free yoga is held from 10 a.m. to noon with a DJ sending great beats across the octagon.
Sara was invited to walk with fellow cancer survivors in the Gone With the Wigs fashion show put on by South Bay locals, Megan and Lauren Forbes. Prior to hitting the runway, models were given a chance to share their unique cancer journey. The mother daughter duo started Gone With the Wigs after losing family members to the disease. Their mission is to encourage cancer survivors to focus on their inner beauty, providing them with resources for a better quality of life. For more information, visit www.gonewiththewigs.com.
BuddhiBox is happy to support The Fly Buddha Foundation this month with sales from the May boxes. I met founder, Sara Krish in January and was instantly inspired to be part of her mission in some way. The Fly Buddha is an apparel company and a non-profit that assists women with gynecological cancer in the preservation of their fertility. Read Sara's full interview with the BuddhiBox here!
Guess who made her big debut on national TV at The Ellen Show!? I got a fancy makeover as an audience guest this time, maybe next time I can show her how to GET LIT with The Fly Buddha!
Wearing feathered and bejeweled masks, guests at the first Circle of Hope – Masquerade Soiree celebrated the Mardi Gras season with gusto, while never losing sight of its real purpose — raising funds for the free programs offered to cancer patients and their families at Cancer Support Community-Redondo Beach (formerly the Wellness Community). Highlights from the evening included award presentations and an inspirational story from cancer survivor Sara Krish. Krish, who came to CSC-RB after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer at age 30, delivered a moving speech about the devastation she felt at being diagnosed at such a young age and the strength, healing and hope she received through her experience at CSC-RB on the Redondo Beach pier. Read more about The Fly Buddha and this fundraising event on The Daily Breeze.
Listen to podcast episode of Psycho Spiritual Fitness Radio where Sara speaks with host Kevin Purvis on how The Fly Buddha became a brand and what exercise has meant through it all. Sara openly discusses overcoming challenges and changes by staying balanced and present. Find out how she took the leap of faith to finding her new path and discovering The Fly Buddha.
Sara shares her brave story at The Cancer Support Community's "Girls Night Out" fundraiser. The Fly Buddha works to spread a message of inspiration, empowerment, awareness and love. Sara aims to have The Fly Buddha serve as a reminder that we have an incredible power within, a fully accessible warrior, to get us through any adversity that might be placed in our path. See Sara's full speech here!
Thirty-year-old spin instructor Sara Krish's women's intuition was telling her something was seriously wrong. She always took pride in being healthy. She ate organic foods and was an avid fitness coach who aspired to open her own hip-hop yoga and spin studio in Hermosa Beach. Two years ago, when she heard her doctor utter "the ugly 'C-word'" she said it was a real kick in the pants. It was hard to accept. She never imagined that she would have to face a battle with cancer as a young adult. Read more about a Spin instructor's cancer journey on The Beach Reporter.
Thirty-year-old spin instructor Sara Krish’s women’s intuition was telling her something was seriously wrong. She always took pride in being healthy. She ate organic foods and was an avid fitness coach who aspired to open her own hip-hop yoga and spin studio in Hermosa Beach. Read more about Sara's journey on The Beach Reporter.