Recently in one of my yoga classes, I encouraged my students to dare greatly in their practice.
What did I mean?
I meant that I wanted them to try the things (in this case the poses) that they never thought they could do.read more
I’ve been thinking a lot about how yoga practice changes you and how it has changed me throughout the years.
I, like many others, started practicing yoga because I was drawn to the beauty and grace of it. It was like watching art. It was like being art. In many ways I still feel this way.
But as I grew older, learned more, starting teaching and then going through teacher training to be a registered yoga teacher my views evolved.read more
For a type-A goal oriented person like myself it has taken me YEARS to even understand that there is a difference between an intention and a goal.
Your intentions (unlike goals) are really subtle. Goals say “I will achieve this by this date.” Intentions say “My life will look and feel like this around this time frame.”
Intentions are rooted in feeling. Are rooted in the heart. They don’t dictate to the world or to God how to get things done. It’s all about you determining the destination, but the destination is not tangible, like a car or a house. The destination is feeling tone or a way of being.read more
Keya Williams, MS, RYT
Yoga Lifestyle Consultant To Busy Moms
A busy mom of three, wife and Yoga Lifestyle Consultant, Keya knows just how challenging it can be to manage life with a house full of kids and other obligations. That’s why she is passionate about teaching other busy moms, practical strategies to juggle Life & Kids without burning out, stressing out and becoming a “hot mess” of a woman. Keya uses her background as a Psychologist and Yoga Teacher to help mothers take excellent care of themselves FIRST, so that they can be excellent moms to their kids.