I’m just like you. We all struggle. We all experience stress. We all have fears and doubts and worries and frustrations. We are all human. As such, we also all have the capacity to love, to appreciate and to connect to the peaceful place that resides inside of us.
I discovered yoga long ago when I was searching for a way to vigorously exercise my body while simultaneously engaging my mind. I fell in love the way that Yoga helped to quiet my mind, taught me to look within myself, and ultimately got me started on my path toward a meditative practice. Consequently, my Yoga practice strengthened my back and neck, healed an old injury, and helped me feel lean, supple, healthy and whole. I have never found a more comprehensive discipline. I love Yoga. I love how it makes me feel, physically, mentally and spiritually. I love how a simple hour long practice carries me through an entire day with a feeling of inner peace and tranquility.
I’ve been teaching yoga and meditation for 10 years, to tens of thousands of people from many places around the world, and although we are each unique, we all inherently want to feel good, to love and be loved, to appreciate and be appreciated, to discover and uncover our best self. In these ways we are all alike.
My classes change daily to match the energy of the people in the room. But we always flow through poses to gently and deeply enliven every muscle in our bodies. We learn to look within and listen to our bodies, striving to reach our edge, but not pushing past it, unless our bodies are ready to. We focus on breath and proper alignment, realizing that no two people look the same in any posture. Mostly, we find our center, let go of our recurring thoughts, and breathe in to all the places we feel.
I’ve noticed, for myself and many of my students, that although the practices of yoga and meditation certainly help us tap into the calm and peace that resides within, with sporadic practice comes sporadic results. However, when we establish a consitent daily meditation practice, that inner peace seeps more consistently and fully into every aspect of our lives.
That’s why I’ve created this course. So that anyone can learn simple effective ways to develop and sustain a daily meditation practice.
I’ve never been someone who likes routine. I love change and unpredicabilty, so it took me many years of on and off meditating, to finally ritualize it and place it strategically in my morning routine, and the results have been life changing. I’ll share the easiest and most effective ways to carve out the time, the place and desire to fit it in to your day. You’ll notice the benefits and shifts in your life immediately, and I’m certain that you’ll be so glad you did.
I hope to see you on the mat.