Anushka Blau, founder of the world renowned Anushka Spa joins forces with Puresa Humanitarian to help rescue children’s lives from human trafficking and slavery.
Having an acute business sense, Anushka Blau founded the original Anushka Spa and Cellulite Clinic in New York City in 1972. The spa opened its first doors in Florida in 2001, and the West Palm Beach location has been a worldwide destination since 2007. For more than 40 years, Blau, whose expertise is in body contouring and cellulite, has been a featured educational source for beauty, health and wellness in every major U.S. magazine as well as with international media and television programs. Blau is an advocate of helping others achieve their utmost greatest potential. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Blau was raised to have a strong sense of family and belief in herself. Confidence in oneself carried over into raising her two daughters, and then has touched the lives of many children impacted through her charity work. Since 2007 she has volunteered with Urban Youth Impact, which provides counseling, educational and health services to at risk children and families. She is on the committee to help organize their annual charity auction, dinner and golf tournament. In 2013, she joined the board of Puresa Humanitarian, a non-profit organization dedicated to the eradication of sexual human trafficking. With perseverance and dedication Anushka Blau helps to encourage those she encounters to reach their ultimate goals.
Nadine Wolff has been teaching yoga since 2009. She is a member of the Yoga Alliance National Teacher’s Registry at the 500 RYT, 200 ERYT level.
Nadine is a leader at “Off The Mat and Into The World” or OTM, which was founded by Seane Corn, Hala Khouri and Suzanne Sterling.
She joined the OTM Seva Challenge India in 2012, to raise funds and awareness about the sex trafficking crisis in India and worldwide, she traveled to India with OTM to experienced it first hand.
That experience has left and indelible imprint on Nadine’s heart and inspired her to do something ongoing for the sex trafficking crisis.
Her line of yoga inspired jewelry was born called “Karmic Jewels By Nadine, Good Deeds Wearing Beads.”
Nadine simultaneously co founded One Love Long Island (OLLI) in 2012, which is a collaborative yearly event to raise awareness concerning social and human injustice, uniting yoga studios and their communities from across Long Island to raise funds and awareness concerning the human trafficking epidemic.
Nadine has returned to India annually and continues to dedicate her time and resources in an effort to end this scourge against humanity.
“I am humbled and honored for the opportunity to have been invited onto the board of Puresa Humanitarian. No human being should ever be for sale and I will continue to raise funds and awareness around this insidious crime against humanity in an authentic and meaningful way. I will work tirelessly to be a voice for those whose basic rights have been denied to them, and do whatever it may take to help empower these sweet innocent victims, so they may live out the rest of their lives with dignity and respect.”