Let me just say that I love to move. I am constantly doing something. Always on the go. And I love life to be this way. As a matter of fact some people call me a busy-body. (maybe most people that know me would describe me this way).
As I have traveled this spiritual road over the last few years I seem to be hearing the same advice. In order to draw closer to God, there are a few key components: prayer, mediation, study and service.
This has been the advice I’ve gotten from traditional religious settings and from eastern spiritual gurus.
So…..I’m starting to believe there is something to it.read more
I confess – I am a fitness junky. The gym is one of my most favorite places to be. I can’t say I love to workout so much as I love to be active and have my body in motion.
I’m not really into weightlifting and boot camp (not that I never partake in such things), but I’m pretty low key amongst my fitness junky peers.
I walk (I don’t care for running) I do yoga and I cycle when I have the time. That’s it.
We all know that exercise is important in maintaining a PHYSICALLY healthy life. So I’m not going to get into the physiological benefits to why I exercise.read more
But now I can honestly say that my THINKING about my body image has changed. I am more accepting of what I have and how my body was created. Instead of trying to “fix” myself, I am grateful for all that my body does for me.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.