Pascale Rothman


Pascale Rothman was raised in Paris, France, amidst an existence where those who were supposed to be her role models instead chose to teach her the pain of shame and abandonment. Thanks to a generous and loving aunt who took her in, Rothman learned the profound impact that one person could have on another’s life.

After a decade as a financial analyst in the investment-banking world, she realized that working out was one of the things that helped her through some of her hardest days. “Whether it’s losing weight, shaking off a bad relationship, or just getting in better shape, it works on many levels,” she said. “One day it dawned on me that we needed a new kind of gym; one that not only got you in shape on the outside, but on the inside, too.”

The idea for UEvolution Mind & Body Sculpting was born.

Through UEvolution, Pascale expresses her own personal evolution by empowering each member to reach a healthy synthesis of nutritious eating, maximized fitness, inner wellness, and outer awareness of the community at large. She accomplishes these goals through inclusiveness, holistic principles, the sharing of ideas and good fortunes, and by caring for others.


Lawton W. Tang, MD


Lawton W. Tang, MD, after winning several awards and research grants, started his medical training at State University of New York. Dr. Tang relocated to Miami, Mount Sinai to train in General Surgery and Trauma Critical Care. After his stay in Miami, Dr. Tang attended the prestigious University of Pittsburgh, one of the nation’s most distinguished comprehensive universities. Dr. Lawton Tang completed an Aesthetics Breast and Body Contouring fellowship, and was hired as a clinical instructor at University of Pittsburgh Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Tang then completed another Plastic and Reconstructive Fellowship at MCG, which allowed him to complete his surgical training from five academic institutions of excellence. Dr. Lawton W Tang remains actively involved in education by teaching surgeons in training from Huntington Memorial Hospital and University of Southern California. He continues to publish his research in many of the top plastic surgery journals. He is the published author of articles and book chapters in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Cosmetic Surgery . He has presented research at national and international Plastic Surgery conferences. Dr. Tang travels regularly, visiting with leaders in the field of cosmetic plastic surgery facilitating the exchange of ideas and constantly refining his techniques. This has demonstrated by him being featured at the Breast and Body Contouring Symposium held each year with Dr. J Peter Rubin, as well as the Discovery Health Channel.

Dr. Lawton W Tang continues to contribute to the body of literature of biomaterials being designed for skin, bone, and nerve regeneration, with a strong focus on polymeric materials, both native and synthetic. While in training he learned to isolate preadipocytes from human adipose tissue, and is exploring applications of these adult stem cells in soft tissue reconstruction. His most recent interest is the differentiation of preadipocytes into adipocytes, neural progenitor cells, and osteoblasts for tissue engineering applications.