Perhaps if you’re reading this, you can relate. Many people do and it’s healthy to talk about it. At different times in my life, I’ve struggled with depression, anxiety and fatigue.
Yoga has reliably helped me to return to a healthier balance—emotionally and physically—again and again. Although it is not a “cure-all”, yoga has always been there for me, and never failed to improve my state of mind and body.
My husband got very sick… Just over 4 years ago, my dear husband was trying so hard to provide for his family and get his business established.
He was stressed, working too much, not eating right… not taking good care of himself. He had symptoms for quite a while before being officially diagnosed with cancer.
After multiple surgeries and rounds of chemo, we are pleased to report that he is still here! He continues his healing journey.
As my husband has fought hard to recover from his major surgeries and the challenges of chemotherapy, I have found myself in the role of spousal caregiver. My husband’s extended illness has reminded me of the importance of self-care.
I want my students to get a reprieve from “the mold”, “the box”, and “the grind” – every time they practice yoga! Yoga is meant to get us in touch with our deepest selves. It’s about inward connection and attention, not exterior optics.
With the fast pace of the modern-day world, we tend to lead hectic lives. Yoga can help us to shift gears.
The Pandemic has caused many of us to refocus our priorities on what is most important.
Improved energy, better digestion, brighter mental states, simply feeling better on a day-to-day basis… these are the signs that one’s yoga practice is working.
As a yoga teacher, HeartSun Yoga has zero interest in trying to shrink anyone’s body to be some particular size or shape.
Yoga is supposed to help women feel empowered and confident in an easygoing, self-accepting way.
HeartSun Yoga teaches simple, feel-good yoga that supports women as we are.
Let’s focus on self-love and self-care.
Ⓒ 2022 HeartSun Yoga