Hi everyone! (Or should I say no one, being that the site hasn't even been launched yet.)
I want to first take the time to thank you for checking out my page and supporting me, as I'm sure the first to read this will be mostly friends and family who viewed the link on my social media pages.
This weekend, I begin a new chapter of my life. It is a very exciting time for me and I am beyond happy to have all of you along for the ride. Sunday, I will officially be launching my new business, "Selfless Love Yoga" (If you somehow didn't get that by now). No need to tell you what it's all about because I have a website to do that now. So if you haven't already done so - go check it out!
On January 2015, I embarked on my journey of becoming a yoga teacher. For the next five months, I learned as much as I could about the art of yoga while in my first teacher training.
Come May 17th, 2015 - I was officially a certified yoga instructor. I couldn't believe it. It had all happened so fast. When June came around, I was already teaching in a studio and feeling more and more comfortable each class that I taught.
It began to feel natural, blissful almost. I began experiencing a sort of "high" if you will, immediately following the completion of each class I instructed. I felt as if I had just taken the class myself and was reborn again in savasana. That feeling has since, only gotten stronger. It feels right. Like something I was put on this earth to do.
Since the first day of teacher training, I knew that I would eventually begin to build my own yoga business, but I had no idea how soon it would really happen. I had the plan and the name in the back of my mind and started the process, but was not focusing a lot of attention on it just yet. Things were crazy and it didn't seem like a priority at the time. I knew it would get done - in due time.
Well, that time is now.
As of last week, I lost my job teaching in the studio I had been working in since June. While I was upset at first, I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. It was then that a light switch seemed to be flicked in my head. I could now focus my attention on building "Selfless Love Yoga." The timing felt, well.. just right. It was a blessing in disguise, and a beautiful one at that. As the saying goes, "When one door closes, another one opens."