Margaret Mullin joined Pacific Northwest Ballet as an apprentice in 2008. She was promoted to soloist in 2013. This is Margaret's Vermouth story:
“I’ve been dancing since I was four. It’s something that I’ve always wanted to do. Somehow I ended up getting a job with my dream company when I was 19. I had some challenging moments that made it difficult to think that it was actually going to happen. I was in an accident that ended up injuring my left ankle to the point that for almost an entire year I wasn’t able to go on point again, which for my job is absolutely necessary. If you’ve gone through really devastating injuries, like I have, I know it can be scary not knowing how to take care of your body and finding the right people to help you. Wellness is a very physical thing but it’s also a mental thing. You really need the right people helping you feel like you’re going to be ok, and making you feel confident again. All the pins on my Vermouth boards are based on my feelings that they are not only at the top of their field in an academic sense but also in a personable sense. The have helped me overcome the difficult physical and mental hurdles of recovery. They are people that everyone can trust.”
Check out Margaret's boards on the Vermouth app to discover the trusted sources she goes to for her health and wellness.