teacher training

teacher training

as i've said before i'm in teacher training to become a yoga instructor. three days a week for four hours i come together with fifteen individuals to learn and deepen our practice in yoga. it's amazing how much it's changed my life, for the better. there are so many new avenues for me to explore and so much inspiration that i have gained. to come together with complete strangers and make strong friendships is vibrant. sharing this gift of knowledge has given me beautiful light and i'm so grateful.

green smoothies for lunch

this past weekend we arrived at our halfway point to our training becoming completed. it's been really intense. there's been a lot of information passed down to us in a very quick setting. we've had some emotional moments and very eye opening experiences.

i learned to take it easy. which is hard for me. i tend to always move forward not being completely mindful of the present moment. it's not necessarily a bad thing, but i tend to go overboard at times. i had to really listen to myself the last two weeks and what i found was quite interesting.

windy days and rainy nights

the universe told me to take a break and it rewarded me. the reward materialized in prescription ray bans i lost a month ago, time with old friends as well as new ones and the ability to internalize the present moment. to really listen and enjoy what is around me and to give my undivided attention to my adventure.

it's funny how far we let out minds travel, when we have everything we need right in front of us.


  1. Success is not measured by how much we accomplish, do one thing at a time and do it well.

  2. @ eka, it's been a long time coming for me and sometimes the little 'reminders' in life align us on how we need to move consciously throughout our days.

  3. I feel you. It's just like the breath, when its strained we cannot get the new prana that our body needs, so we have to sacrifice the Ego and take a step back. Maybe not back bend so deeply. Its a beautiful thing, and definitely an obstacle to be recognized.