Before I found out I was moving to SD, @sweetgumstudio and I created a #diwali workshop. She’s teaching it tomorrow at @liftyoga and there’s still spaces left! Sejal is an amazing teacher and a talented artist. This is the #rangoli we created together. I wish I could be there! 🙏🏻💕
The last few weeks have been challenging as I cope with a new identity. Before I left, @kemberyoga had our tribe write letters for me on glitter paper and I’ve been too scared to read them. I took out my harmonium this afternoon and the bag of notes fell in my lap. Today I savored the words of @kimuplift @amyrstafford @groupfitnesslife and @dillardkatie I thought I had lost this Hanuman murti in the move. He made it! He is the epitome of loyalty, faithfulness, and devotion. As I chanted Hanuman bhajans on the harmonium, I had your notes laid out on top. We may be 2,000 miles apart but I think of all of you every single day and I’m sending you love and good vibes from the west coast!
This is the Bird of Paradise plant- it’s what the yoga pose is named after. It took me years to get BOP in my practice. Now that we are in Cali, I need to channel the same determination and perseverance that helped me master BOP to figure out the next chapter in my life. I’m hopeful that some good will come my way, but I’ve never been a patient person. Universe, I am open to what you want me to do next!
Special edition class Thursday night! This yin and restorative class will take you through the tale of the Ramayana, poses inspired by the story, and a themed playlist! It’s my last yin/restore class at @liftyoga 💕🙏🏻😭
It’s my last week in #ATL! I’m teaching my normal class schedule through Sunday- including a ✨special✨ yin class on Thursday night that will take you through poses inspired by the Ramayana WHILE you get to hear the story! 📸 by @paiger_ism
‘Love everyone, serve everyone, feed everyone, remember god and tell the truth’ was a quote by Maharaj-ji Neem Karoli Baba on display at the Taos temple. How often do we forget to do all of the above? Love your neighbor, pay it forward, help those who need it, practice forgiveness, and find peace without forgetting that god is in everyone and everything. Be a good person.
Do you know that magical feeling you get when you’re in a sacred space? It’s so visceral: you feel it but you can’t really describe it. I revisited some of the places that made the biggest impact on my spirituality and the magic is still there. When you care for and tend to a certain energy, it thrives. So what energy are you inviting into your life?
“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love” by Rumi is a quote that’s had significant impact on my life. It reminds me to follow my bliss and do what I feel aligns me with my life’s path. How do you know you’re following your dharma?
✨this place has always felt like home✨ #Sedona #arizona #redrocks
Morning at the #grandcanyon right before the rain #arizona #veganvaykay