2018 Holiday Gift Guide For Traveling Yoga Teachers

2018 Holiday Gift Guide For Traveling Yoga Teachers

Do you have a traveling yogi in your life this holiday season? Then this holiday gift guide for traveling yoga teachers is for YOU! The holiday gifts below are items small enough to fit in a backpack and useful for any yoga adventure!   So take a quick look through...
Solidarity Vessels

Solidarity Vessels

I have this dream of impacting the world in big ways. I meditated on it. I made a vision board. Then I went out into the world and found my way of impacting it, but now I want to take it to the next level. Solidarity is a word that means uniting together. Yoga is a...
How to Use Your Gifts to Impact the World!

How to Use Your Gifts to Impact the World!

Did you know that you have a gift that you can impact the world with? When I turned 20 years old I discovered that my gift to the world is teaching yoga. When I turned 21 I began traveling the world with it. When I turned 22 I dreamed of doing something BIGGER through...
Two Metal Rods, A Yoga Mat & The World!

Two Metal Rods, A Yoga Mat & The World!

Hey Scoliosis! That was the name my friend’s grandpa used to call me. He was a doctor so he remembered people by their illnesses not their names. I still laugh about it to this day.   Scoliosis. Diagnosed at age 10. Performed surgery on at age 13.   A lot happened on...
Six Reasons Why You Should Impact The World Today

Six Reasons Why You Should Impact The World Today

I am a big believer in taking my yoga off the mat and into the world. As a job whose definition is to unite, it is our job as yoga teachers to be impacting the world. We are an industry full of healers and lightworkers living in a world that is full of suffering and...
Healing & Dealing With Loss Through Yoga

Healing & Dealing With Loss Through Yoga

Loss by definition is the process of losing someone or something. I lost someone one year and four months ago. It was the first time I lost someone and I can tell you one thing for sure: That healing and dealing with loss is a never ending process.   My mom called me...