This past weekend was AMAZING but, it was also, terrible. On Friday, November 2nd, there was a shooting at a hot yoga studio in Tallahassee, Florida. Unfortunately, two people did not make it, four were injured and the shooter killed himself after so, we will never truly no why. When instances like these occur though, … Continue reading Raise Your Vibration, Radiate Positivity Despite the Hate
This can title can be applied to so many different scenarios in our daily lives with each scenario being different yet, something is always similar. After finishing Yoga Teacher Training I continued to meet with a Yoga University group about once a month to continue our studies. Hi, forever student over here! Quite often we … Continue reading Who Am I To Judge?
Hate is an emotion, a feeling, we all feel at some point in our lives. Hate is a useless emotion, offering no positivity, no benefit to the beholder. So, while we all may experience hate within us at some point, the difference would be what we do with it. If hate offers no benefit, no … Continue reading Just a Yogi’s Thoughts on Hate
For everyone the yogi attitude and life is going to be slightly different. Practicing and studying yoga changed my life and attitude, for the positive. I have always had the "I do not care attitude" or the nothing bothers me mindset and I still do. Not everyone is meant to like you and that is … Continue reading When The Yogi Attitude Gets Difficult
Yoga has tremendous benefits for the body, mind, soul, the Self. Yoga also can do amazing things for the world around us. As a yoga teacher, it brings me great joy when a practice goes well beyond the mat. There is yoga for Veterans, yoga for Parkinson's, yoga for inmates. The list goes on and … Continue reading What Yoga Can Do Beyond You
The other day a friend of mine and, amazing yogi/yoga teacher, made a very simple post on social media about something she did not agree with. I threw a like, as I agreed and prepared to move on as a comment below caught my eye. I clicked in for further viewing, perhaps I was missing … Continue reading Opinions