Her grandparents?  A slackwire artist from Greece and a juggler from Italy, traveling to The States in the 40s to join Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus. Her parents? “The First Lady of the Unicycle” and “The James Bond of Magic.” Born in Vegas, Cain embraced her family’s legacy as illustrious entertainers. From a mystifying illusion dubbed “The Levitating Lady,” performed with her father and photographed on the cover of MAGIC Magazine at Siesta Key Beach, to making history as the first female/youngest person to ever attempt and complete a blind-folded drive, Cain globe-trotted throughout her 20s as an alluring cirque gypsy. Eventually settling in Sarasota, she got down to business with Sarasota Architectural Foundation, as an underground design enthusiast, turned director of operations. Stage lights and structures gradually shifted to spiritual readiness. “I’ve hung my rhinestones up for yoga pants,” she says today, “as I’m on my own path to becoming a certified instructor and eventually author/public speaker.” Many who know Cain know her as one of these three versions—the showgirl covered in sequins and maquillage, the stylish executive from SAF, or the yogini bearing a natural face and top knot while guiding others through the Dharma Footprint Project. “I’m fueled by all these passions—not tied to one specific creative outlet,” she says. “By immersing myself in different artistic ventures, I’ve been able to see that inspiration is constantly surrounding me. I’ll be the first to admit I’m no pro, guru or master of anything—but I’m passionate about life.” And where an affluent arts community runs as wild as Sarasota, a budding species of right-brained creatives like Cain emerges, learning to thrive off their evolution. “Simply because one thing plays a beautiful song on my heartstrings, doesn’t mean that there isn’t room for another tune,” Cain says.

Photography by Wyatt Kostygan.