If you wander through my website, you will probably notice that I am very passionate about the yogic lifestyle.
First and foremost, I am a professionally trained counselor. I greatly value my psychology background and continually educate myself on new trends in my field. I truly believe that people can learn, grow, and change with the guidance of a great therapist. Many of these skills cross over into coaching, which is why I began offering these services as well. I really just love helping people become the best version of themselves.
But I am also deeply committed to the yogic way of life.
It is a healing, peaceful system that has numerous physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits.
Because I am so passionate about both the yogic lifestyle and modern day psychology, I figured why not blend the two? I find that the traditions from the East and modern day practices from the West actually go quite nicely together. So if you take a look at my resources and my programs, you will find a mix of psychology and yoga designed to help people resolve internal conflict and find their inner peace.
Since yoga is booming in the Western world, we are inundated with new studios, classes, clothing, and accessories. It is hard to navigate through all of this and know what to do or how to do it. Most people assume it is just another class at a gym or a stretching routine to do on their “rest day.” And many people tell me they are intimidated by the images they see of yogis standing on their heads and putting their legs behind their ears, all while wearing super expensive brand-name yoga pants.
But yoga is so much more!
There is an intricate, beautiful system behind the practice, and with dedication and consistency, you can witness a profound change in your inner world. And if you want, you can still wear super cool yoga pants and stand on your head – because life is too short not to have some fun!
So I created this series for you to explore the different principles of yoga philosophy and how you can apply these principles to your daily life.
I will keep it short, simple, and easy to follow.
Each page will have a link that will take you to the next post in the Series at the bottom of the page.
Have questions that you want me to answer about the series? Comment below or email me HERE
Skip ahead to the next post – What Is Yoga: Defined HERE