As a professional coach, yoga instructor and organizational change leader; I work with people who are committed to achieving meaningful and lasting change in their personal and professional lives. I grew up surrounded by strong women role models who taught me that everything is available and possible to someone who is passionate, resilient and willing to use a lot of elbow grease. As a result, I have a big appetite for life, am deeply committed to continual learning and am a cheerleader for those looking to achieve their dreams. My first yoga class was in high school. I immediately loved how relaxed I felt after rolling out of shavasana. During college I kept practicing as a way to stay injury-free while training for marathons. When I moved to New York in 2005, I again turned to yoga for the healing benefits; the pace of the city coupled with a rigorous work and travel schedule left me looking for something that would help me relax, become more centered and heal from old injuries. This time the practice stuck. In 2010, I completed my first yoga teacher training and began to share my love for yoga with students across the city. I…Source: lifesourceretreats.secure.retreat.guru
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Chaos is what we've lost touch with. This is why it is given a bad name. It is feared by the dominant archetype of our world, which is Ego, which clenches because its existence is defined in terms of control. Terence McKenna