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It is amazing to be able to use a series of poses to create flow and energy within the body and at the same time challenge the mind to bend in different, positive ways. My personal testimonial along with the hundreds of other testimonials I have heard, solidified my decision to be a Power Vinyasa teacher.
Nothing in our lives is manufactured with out a purpose. From toothpaste to automobiles, everything has a certain purpose. Yet, how often do we sit back and try to understand what our purpose really is. Power Vinyasa has lead me to the realization that my path and my purpose are congruent to my goals of reaching out to inspire, motivate and transcend people and their lives. Really it is that simple.
I am a huge advocate of spreading the love and being of service, whether it is in the form of a smile, a kiss, or opening the door for someone. This is how I live my life. Yoga gives me the ability to really dig deep into the hearts of people and powerfully give them love, hope, strength and wisdom.
Yoga gives me the ability to learn from other people and spread the love!
I am very excited that I can provide my family, friends, and clients with yet another outlet to maintain and improve their health.
You know you love something when you talk about it all of the time, which is why most of us talk about ourselves so much! I knew that I loved yoga the moment that I was in the frozen food isle at Trader Joes trying to show an older lady and her daughter how to do a downward dog. Yeah, that was the point where I thought; this will be a part of me for the rest of my life! I love Yoga!
Spiritually, I have never understood terms such as “god” or “the universe,” just as examples. The Buddhist thought makes a lot of sense to me. I only understand a brief part of the history, but it seems that every little saying or thought that is attached to it really resonates with my me and my thought patterns. This was such a great feeling to finally understand, in my terms, what it means to have a god or to be connected with everything. Of course what it is of most importance is that you at least have someone or something to believe in, whether it is god or whatever it may be. Faith is essential!
If I was as confused on life and spirituality as I was, then there are a lot of people out there who would benefit from the deeper meaning of yoga as well!
I realize that I have a lot to work on and always will.
It has become more and more apparent to me that we are all the same, we all have the same thoughts, yes different variations of the same thoughts, but all the same none the less. THIS IS POWERFUL. Everyone has had those moments when they feel like they are alone and no one else feels the same way or no one else is having a hard time. Finally realizing that it isn’t just you, it is everyone that feels that way, is comforting and can really raise a person up.
I teach Power Vinyasa Yoga because it allows me to be a vehicle for change. I will help change someone’s body, mindset, spirituality, outlook on life and outlook on themselves. It is a perfect fit for me to carry on my purpose in life! Not to mention that the people I teach are themselves teachers to me, constantly bringing value to my life!
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