Step 1: Have a home.
Step 2: Practice.
If only it were that simple, right?
I began a home practice in the Fall of 2015. It was a season birthed out of a necessity. I needed a home practice for two reasons:
1. Class times just weren’t conducive to my schedule. I’m a wife and a mom and I’m a yoga teacher. If I’m not teaching in the evenings, then I want to be home with my family. My business was also growing so I needed to be able to get on my mat when I could and then use the rest of that time to plan, record video, create and do admin work.
2. I wanted to learn more than what the teachers were offering. Yoga isn’t on every corner in Augusta, GA like it is in other places. We are, however, very fortunate to have some pretty amazing teachers, but they teach what they like and so far handstands and pressing and backbends aren’t it.
This blog isn’t about home practice being better than...
Tonight was a very special night for me. I had a client come to her first hot yoga class!! I can't even tell you how proud I am that she even showed up. And you know what? She did great....tight hamstrings and all! I’m just beaming with pride, right?! I looked over and asked several times if she was good and she smiled back. There was a time when she dropped back into child’s pose, took a few deep breaths and then picked right back up. Having had the opportunity to introduce her to yoga and then witness her first yoga practice in a group setting, I’m so excited I can’t even focus on my own practice!!! Before I know it, we’re bringing it down to the mat for savasana. We rise...Namaste....class over.
I excitedly walked up to her after class and said “Sooooo, how was that?!?!” Her response threw me off guard. “That was so...