At the end of February, 2017, I returned from 3 weeks of snowboarding in Europe unable to bend down and tie my shoes. I was beyond sore!
I need a way to heal. I looked into Yoga.
I quickly fell in love and found myself practicing daily!
I loved it so much, I made it my second activity for my Longest Day fundraiser for The Alzheimer's Association!
I traveled around to a few different cities hosting donation yoga classes.
The opportunity came up for me to go into Yoga Teacher Training at a studio called The Sanctuary Yoga Room at home in Fort Worth. The training, led by our amazing teacher, Rebecca Butler, started in June 2017.
I initially went into Yoga Teacher Training not to teach Yoga. It was a way for me to deepen my practice, study and understanding of Yoga. But, teaching was a requirement of Rebecca's throughout training. It was TEACHER training, after all. I quickly found a love for teaching.
In early December, I graduated The Dreamcatcher Yoga Teacher Training with 21 other incredible individuals. Now I am officially a 200 hour Yoga Alliance registered Yoga Teacher.
Yoga Teacher Training was physically demanding and mentally draining. Yet, also one of the most loving and fulfilling experiences of my life!!
Last Spring and Summer when the snow all melted, I added Yoga as my second activity for The Longest Day.
With the help of my friend Anna, I was able to host a few donation yoga classes as a part of my Longest Day.
This year, since I am Yoga Teacher myself, I will be teaching donation based Yoga classes for my Longest Day.
Support my Yoga teaching as my Longest Day activity by making a donation on my Longest Day page HERE
100% of all donations go directly to the Alzheimer's Association.
See all of you on the road!!