My values are the same: I want my students to feel loved, empowered, welcome, and safe in their bodies. But my mindset around myself as a teacher has completely changed. And because of that, the ways I’m investing my time have shifted.
Taking private lessons can provide a myriad of benefits for yogis of all backgrounds and levels, from providing accountability to encouraging a deeper physical and spiritual practice. No matter what, when it comes to investing in yourself and your yoga practice, you’ll be so glad you did.
Summer is a time when we’re all out of our normal routines and doing our best to live these long days to the fullest. So fit your movement in where you can, make sure you’re having a fabulous time, and be patient with yourself. Soak up the sun (with SPF, obviously) and don’t let your workout kill your vibe!
The best thing I ever did for my body, mind, and yoga practice was to commit to practicing every day. I’m happier, more at peace, more aligned with my purpose, more comfortable in my body, and feeling so much healthier in my own skin. If you’re interested in deepening your practice by adding yoga into your daily routine, read on for some tips (and some real talk).
One of the most difficult and beautiful things my practice has brought me is self-acceptance and the ability to be vulnerable with all the pieces of myself, including the ones that aren’t so easy to face. So, in the spirit of vulnerability, I figured I should share some of that with you and let you get to know me.
The modern yoga industry looks very different from the ancient spiritual practice of yoga. That doesn’t have to be a negative thing, though, if we as students and teachers commit to creating an inclusive and welcoming community that continues to heal, connect, and empower anyone who wants to be part of it.