Not a yoga retreat, an experience.
ody policing and shaming has NO space in my classes nor at the places I choose to work. As someone who has worked for many years on making sure I get to a place of physical, emotional and mental well-being, triggers of fat shaming especially do not serve me. To be able to accept the beauty that is me and the “enoughness” that is me requires that I stay grounded around people and communities who do the same. In a city that generally does otherwise, find a space that values you as you. So friends, as you step into your new year routine, remember that you are beautiful the way you are. You are enough the way you are. You are welcome to my classes the way you are. May this year be one of authenticity, joy and grounding for us all.
I am so tired of having to think about what to post on Instagram I am uninspired I know there is so much ego involved, but I have to do it I am inspired I know my followers expect me to post at least two pics a day I am uninspired I wish I didn’t… Continue reading Dear Instagram Yogis, This One is For You
I needed love. That pure authentic feeling of love that we all long for. It’s all around us, but we forget to see it when the mind is clouded and dark.
However, this past week, I came to the realization that I have stopped writing. I realized that negative thoughts have been coming up more during last 3 months, as doubt and uncertainty plague my mind. Important life decisions, choices, rejections and LIFE have numbed me from functioning at my best.
This week I told myself I’m going to give myself a little break from creating content. I wanted to not be in front of the camera and just focus on my yoga trainings with Manouso Manos and Maty Ezraty. This is why I’ve been featuring other great practitioners on my Instagram page. Then leaving… Continue reading Headstand and Backflips at the Griffith Observatory
Most yoga studios which function in the U.S. are considered “for-profit” businesses. It is however refreshing to see that certain studios make yearly efforts to give back and raise awareness of issues that are vital for a safer, inclusive and diverse communities around this country.