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Lokah Samasta Sukinoh Bhavantu – May all beings everywhere be happy and free.
A consistent yoga practice found me immediately upon moving to New York City. Little did I know that my new solution to a tighter tush was actually going to be an inward journey, bringing me solace, strength, comfort in my own skin and a deeper level of compassion for all beings. Becoming a yoga teacher was a big leap because I was terrified of being in front of a crowd. What I love and what becomes so clear in practicing and teaching yoga is that there is a bigger purpose than how “well” we do it.
We find a connection to spirit and with this deeper connection we overcome fears; we surrender; we find our Truth. Teaching has become a personal practice of service, returning some of the gifts that have been offered to me by my teachers. Joy, beauty and strength already exist within each of us and depending on our life experiences, sometimes they get buried. Yoga practice is simply a conduit to remember this grace.