Curious about the face behind this blog?
I teach adaptive yoga to adults with disabilities, specifically traumatic brain injuries, in my community. It is the most rewarding soul loving experience I could have ever dreamed of.
I love nature and refuel by walking twice a day! Rain, snow or shine I get out there! Being in the trees brings such a sense of groundedness to me and it is a must for me.
I am an introvert! Crazy to think that an introvert can spend so much time talking and being in front of people, but it is possible! I love teaching but also treasure alone time.
I am a mom to 3 adults kids–my daughter is disabled and lives with me and my men are out in the world living their lives.
I am a native to Colorado and recently bought my childhood home! It is amazing! Talk about roots!
I am passionate about service. One of my greatest pleasures is being a volunteer where I spend time applying essential oils to people in hospice.
I have had THREE hip surgeries in the last year. That experience has given me humility, grace and such a deep appreciation for the little things in life.
I have 3 dogs and a cat. I have always been a dog person but this little kitty has grown on me!
Besides sharing Yoga, I am also a wellness coach and level 1 healing touch practitioner. My own journey is that I used to weigh 100 pounds more than I do today and the foundation of my changes came from a deep practice of mindfulness ! I have truly walked the path to health!
Above all, I believe in the power of gratitude and goodness. When we can appreciate ourselves, others and our experiences we begin to see that life truly is a gift. I also believe whole-heartedly that we are all interwoven and that humanity is begging us to live in kindness and to see our fellow man as the light that is within each of us. That is spreading goodness.