Sanni McCandless
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    Be still my beating heart! Watching this video from Outwild 2019 really brings me back to the amazing weekend we had last year. If you like what you see and want to join in on the fun, tickets to our 2020 flagship event go on sale March 11th - visit @outwild.co to see more :) || Thanks @tedhesser for the awesome footage
    Be still my beating heart! Watching this video from Outwild 2019 really brings me back to the amazing weekend we had last year. If you like what you see and want to join in on the fun, tickets to our 2020 flagship event go on sale March 11th - visit @outwild.co to see more :) || Thanks @tedhesser for the awesome footage
    Climbing right out of the frame 🖼 || @samuelcrossley photo
    Climbing right out of the frame 🖼 || @samuelcrossley photo
    @jonathansiegrist thinks Alex should start a business helping people find creative resting spots on their projects. Obviously he’s got a knack for it... (even though @jonglassberg might not look impressed)
    @jonathansiegrist thinks Alex should start a business helping people find creative resting spots on their projects. Obviously he’s got a knack for it... (even though @jonglassberg might not look impressed)
    We sent the bouldering viewing party. 📸 @jess_talley || Alternative caption: What’s the one boat that can never sink? A friendship 🤓
    We sent the bouldering viewing party. 📸 @jess_talley || Alternative caption: What’s the one boat that can never sink? A friendship 🤓
    When I think of 2019 I think of: the film tour, transitions, one of my favorite skiing days ever, Kate Middleton, fancy dresses, Portugal, new coaching practices, climbing at the Cathedral, summer in Tahoe, polar plunges, long hikes, Outwild, returning to Yosemite after a year away, bouldering with friends, aspens, more climbing, love, family time, Brad, slowing down, commitment, and lastly...ping pong. It was a bizarre year that gave me far more questions than answers,  but I think in many ways it set me up well for the year to come. I feel close to my family, my friends, my partner, and myself. I feel motivated to push myself in 2020, especially in my career. I want to write and reflect more, climb harder, play outside, take care of my body and mind, and love more than ever before. Here’s to 2020 🥂 || thanks for the pic @eliza_earle ☺️
    When I think of 2019 I think of: the film tour, transitions, one of my favorite skiing days ever, Kate Middleton, fancy dresses, Portugal, new coaching practices, climbing at the Cathedral, summer in Tahoe, polar plunges, long hikes, Outwild, returning to Yosemite after a year away, bouldering with friends, aspens, more climbing, love, family time, Brad, slowing down, commitment, and lastly...ping pong. It was a bizarre year that gave me far more questions than answers, but I think in many ways it set me up well for the year to come. I feel close to my family, my friends, my partner, and myself. I feel motivated to push myself in 2020, especially in my career. I want to write and reflect more, climb harder, play outside, take care of my body and mind, and love more than ever before. Here’s to 2020 🥂 || thanks for the pic @eliza_earle ☺️
    He said, do you wanna keep doing what we’re doing? And I said, yes :)
    He said, do you wanna keep doing what we’re doing? And I said, yes :)
    Today we drove all the way to the airport before learning that our flight was canceled. So now we’re back home and leaving again in 5 hours. But I’m trying to have a *PMA (positive mental attitude) which also happens to be the name of this route I did yesterday. Thanks @samuelcrossley for the photo 😘😘
    Today we drove all the way to the airport before learning that our flight was canceled. So now we’re back home and leaving again in 5 hours. But I’m trying to have a *PMA (positive mental attitude) which also happens to be the name of this route I did yesterday. Thanks @samuelcrossley for the photo 😘😘
    This past August I was rear-ended (at a dead stop) by a MACK truck going about 40 mph. I was okay except for a minor concussion and major whiplash (and a lot of shock). Unfortunately I’ve always had neck issues and this seemed to be the straw that broke the camels back. The last few months have been about getting back to normal recreation while decreasing headaches/pain. I thought it would be fun to share some of the things I’ve tried while healing. This first picture is of the (relatively normal) bruising that results from traditional Chinese scraping (aimed at breaking down scar tissue) followed by acupuncture, both done by @elevatewellnesscenter in Tahoe. The second is dry-needling with electro stimulation (accompanied by a lot of PT) from @onsight.movement here in Vegas. The last month has also been about regular massages from the one and only Pat Teves (Vegas legend). I also just bought a neck hammock (so relaxing) for traction and am doubling down on good posture. Some days are better, some days are worse, overall the trend seems upward. Anyway, just thought I’d share!
    This past August I was rear-ended (at a dead stop) by a MACK truck going about 40 mph. I was okay except for a minor concussion and major whiplash (and a lot of shock). Unfortunately I’ve always had neck issues and this seemed to be the straw that broke the camels back. The last few months have been about getting back to normal recreation while decreasing headaches/pain. I thought it would be fun to share some of the things I’ve tried while healing. This first picture is of the (relatively normal) bruising that results from traditional Chinese scraping (aimed at breaking down scar tissue) followed by acupuncture, both done by @elevatewellnesscenter in Tahoe. The second is dry-needling with electro stimulation (accompanied by a lot of PT) from @onsight.movement here in Vegas. The last month has also been about regular massages from the one and only Pat Teves (Vegas legend). I also just bought a neck hammock (so relaxing) for traction and am doubling down on good posture. Some days are better, some days are worse, overall the trend seems upward. Anyway, just thought I’d share!
    It’s time to take the plunge ;) tickets for Outwild for the Entrepreneur are now on sale! This will be a weekend of intentional life design created specifically for individuals either brewing over a startup idea, in the nascent stages of starting a business, or interested in making the transition to freelance work. We'll talk marketing strategy, create lean business plans, hear from veteran entrepreneurs, and address the importance of mindset in startup life. || Not in your budget right now? There will be scholarship applications for this event available in the new year! || Learn more about the event or purchase your ticket at the link in my bio - only 16 spots available || This shot was taken moments before a chilly morning polar plunge at the @outwild.co flagship event 🥶😎
    It’s time to take the plunge ;) tickets for Outwild for the Entrepreneur are now on sale! This will be a weekend of intentional life design created specifically for individuals either brewing over a startup idea, in the nascent stages of starting a business, or interested in making the transition to freelance work. We'll talk marketing strategy, create lean business plans, hear from veteran entrepreneurs, and address the importance of mindset in startup life. || Not in your budget right now? There will be scholarship applications for this event available in the new year! || Learn more about the event or purchase your ticket at the link in my bio - only 16 spots available || This shot was taken moments before a chilly morning polar plunge at the @outwild.co flagship event 🥶😎
    sharing is caring || a smokey morning in yosemite
    sharing is caring || a smokey morning in yosemite
    So excited to announce the dates for all three 2020 @outwild.co events! Tickets for Outwild for the Entrepreneur go on sale this coming Monday (Dec 16th) at 10am pacific. We have been having so much fun designing this event specifically for folks in the early-stages of startup life! You can check out some of our workshops and a tentative schedule at the link in my bio ;) || Scholarship applications for this event will be available soon || Outwild is a community, event series, and resource hub for people looking to create more outdoor & value-driven lifestyles || Our events vary in size, style, and price so if you don’t see something you’re looking for a first, check out our website and see what else we offer. Our two small retreats (Outwild for the Entrepreneur & Outwild NE Women’s Retreat) are more intimate and tailored, whereas our flagship event is larger, but offers a wider variety of activities & workshops (at a lower price point). ALL Outwild events help connect like-minded individuals, get you outside, and help you design a more intentional life - let us know if you have questions!
    So excited to announce the dates for all three 2020 @outwild.co events! Tickets for Outwild for the Entrepreneur go on sale this coming Monday (Dec 16th) at 10am pacific. We have been having so much fun designing this event specifically for folks in the early-stages of startup life! You can check out some of our workshops and a tentative schedule at the link in my bio ;) || Scholarship applications for this event will be available soon || Outwild is a community, event series, and resource hub for people looking to create more outdoor & value-driven lifestyles || Our events vary in size, style, and price so if you don’t see something you’re looking for a first, check out our website and see what else we offer. Our two small retreats (Outwild for the Entrepreneur & Outwild NE Women’s Retreat) are more intimate and tailored, whereas our flagship event is larger, but offers a wider variety of activities & workshops (at a lower price point). ALL Outwild events help connect like-minded individuals, get you outside, and help you design a more intentional life - let us know if you have questions!
    Another season in Yosemite has passed ♥️ it was an incredible month and a half with lots of new experiences and old friends. But it ended somewhat unexpectedly and then tragically. First @emilyaharrington took a scary whip climbing in cold temps early in the morning on her attempt of Golden Gate in a day. Thankfully she’s going to be okay but it was a slightly nerve-wracking rescue. Then just a few days later we got the news that @bradgobright died rappelling in Portero. My heart is so broken. Brad was one of those people who always surprised me a little: his opinions, sense of humor, hobbies, strengths, weaknesses... I’d think that I could predict him and then he’d have something else up his sleeve. It astonishes me how quickly someone can go from being there and then being gone. I’ll miss his sideways smile, his never ending supply of amazing memes, the way he kept Alex on his toes and provided motivating competition, his warmth, and everything he brought to the climbing community - a true dirtbag ethos in the best way possible. My heart goes out to his mom, family, and other friends ♥️ we miss you already.
    Another season in Yosemite has passed ♥️ it was an incredible month and a half with lots of new experiences and old friends. But it ended somewhat unexpectedly and then tragically. First @emilyaharrington took a scary whip climbing in cold temps early in the morning on her attempt of Golden Gate in a day. Thankfully she’s going to be okay but it was a slightly nerve-wracking rescue. Then just a few days later we got the news that @bradgobright died rappelling in Portero. My heart is so broken. Brad was one of those people who always surprised me a little: his opinions, sense of humor, hobbies, strengths, weaknesses... I’d think that I could predict him and then he’d have something else up his sleeve. It astonishes me how quickly someone can go from being there and then being gone. I’ll miss his sideways smile, his never ending supply of amazing memes, the way he kept Alex on his toes and provided motivating competition, his warmth, and everything he brought to the climbing community - a true dirtbag ethos in the best way possible. My heart goes out to his mom, family, and other friends ♥️ we miss you already.
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