… living in an urban fast- paced city can sometimes leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious, stressed and lead us into eventual path of burnout. Unless we have skills or coping mechanisms in place these feelings can overtake us. With the proper tools and techniques we can limit these negative feelings.
I hope this website and my blog will inspire you to live your authentic self and choose the life you want to live.
Live your best life through learning practical tools to help you live and be your authentic self, through…
Yoga, breath, movement and stillness.
Mindfulness techniques with yoga.
Presence comes from awareness.
Awareness brings about change and living in a more conscious state and leading a more balanced and fulfilled life.
Being conscious of our unconscious conditioning, patterns and negative thoughts. Learn to become that observer, bring introspection back into your everyday life which yoga can teach us this very thing. Self study. Observation. Pause. Respond rather than react. Learn. Become aware.
Living our day to day life in the here and now has grown more important in our western society. Not worrying about the future or past can be challenging, bring about anxiety and stress. Living a life based on the present can help mitigate stressors, being present can help you better connect with others, working on tasks and projects and focus on what’s truly important - here and now. Yoga, mindful breath and bringing awareness can help live a more present life. With the rise of social media, devices etc. we are becoming more disconnected and less present with those right in front of us, but most importantly with ourselves. Are you finding time to connect with you?
Through applying tools learned through yoga. Yoga teaches us to be mindful, to observe, and become more aware. Becoming aware of our actions, feelings, thoughts, physical and mental states leads to living a more present life. This in turn can help us lead a more conscious, more mindful, balanced and happier person. Having the right tools helps us maintain and/or find ways to cope and practice mindfulness.