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A phoenix rising from the ashes

Posted Apr 17 2010 12:00am

That sounds dramatic, but maybe it just IS that dramatic it feels so good to have a space (again) to focus on my deep devotion and love of yoga’s transformational qualities.  For those of you who are joining me from Everyday Yogini , welcome to my new virtual yoga space. You will find all of the posts that I’ve written over the years in the archives.

For those of you who know me through my coaching practice for female entrepreneurs , welcome! I adore being a coach and helping people create businesses they love, but I am finding that I must have an outlet to explore and talk about intersection of yoga and life, and how that intersection can change our lives.   Not only in our work, but the way we parent, the way we relate to our bodies, and the way we connect with the world.

Over the last 6 months, I’ve been playing around with the melding of yoga and coaching with myself and some of my local students.  I have to say, the results are powerful.  Our bodies react to each and every thought that we think if we are thinking thoughts that have worn fast paths through our neural networks, you can bet there is also a physical response to the thought pattern.

When we practice yoga, focusing on the breath, while also being coached through the process of releasing painful ways of thinking, the results are amazing.  It’s a much faster release process to dissolve thoughts when you can also release the habitual muscle response of the body.

If there are any topics you would like me to talk about, I’m all ears.  If you are interested in finding out more about yoga and coaching (I’m wanting to explore this work of yoga and coaching, virtually) I would love to explore that with you.

Namaste, Yoginis!

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