Sunny Richards

Obstacle Advice

Advice on keeping enough “juice” for yourself


Learning how to “keep enough juice for myself” while at the same time holding space for my children, my students, and my business.


You’ve got to live in a place where your soul sings, and your heart feels at home and at peace. When you come home, your house needs to embrace you on that deeper level of serenity. It’s more than just a sanctuary; it needs to nourish you in between going back out and teaching. Everything in my home should reflect my spiritual practice. The other part of keeping the juice for myself involves honouring my body for what it provides me, making sure that I eat correctly and choose organic foods (not only for myself, but because that nourishes mother earth). I’ve also learned that it’s not always realistic for my daily practice to include an hour on the mat, but every day I can wake up and feel thankful for everything that is in my life.

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