my new year resolution

I would define the year 2012 as a whirlwind – it just went by so fast. Many events took place in my life from turning forty, to attending a yoga retreat at Omega in New York to having heart surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Now that I have healed and recovered from the surgery it is time to look forward to the New Year with my resolutions in hand. As a devoted yogini, I have loved sharing my practice through writing about my experiences. I decided to find another way to share my yoga passion by becoming a chair yoga teacher. It is my goal to help people with physical limitations such as myself enjoy the many benefits of a yoga practice. I have enrolled in an online course conducted over Skype to receive my certification as a
Lakshmi Voelker Chair Yoga teacher. The course will teach me how to adapt yoga poses to be done in a chair. I will also be learning how teach meditation, and breathing techniques and exercises.
In my view, yoga is a very worthwhile practice for the mind and body, as it can truly enrich your life. My goal is to share this gift with everyone and help enjoy the benefits that I have received from my own yoga practice. I wish everyone a very Happy New Year filled with love, peace and happiness.

One Response to “my new year resolution”

  1. Brooks Hall
    January 2nd, 2013 14:51

    Yes! Happy New Year! May your dreams come true!

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