Not the postpartum class I expected but exactly the postpartum class I needed. Thank you for your honesty and openness, I genuinely feel more prepared for this new journey than before the group.
I have always loved yoga from the first time it came into my life in high school. Yoga was something I occasionally did here and there for fun, usually with a friend. Once I started practicing on a regular schedule a few years ago I noticed all of the benefits from it and I always encouraged others to come with me to class. I really loved introducing yoga to others and I enjoyed seeing them grow stronger (physically and mentally) as they continued their practice. At one point I challenged myself to go to all different studios, take every kind of class I could find, and really dig deeper into yoga itself. I ended up in the parking lot of Plymouth yoga room one day and remembered someone had recommended their teacher training program. I looked up their dates, saw that I was available and gave them a call. I went in to teacher training for myself. Signing up for something by myself at a place I had never been was a challenge in itself and one I will always be thankful for. I thought maybe I could eventually teach one day down the road, maybe a pre retirement plan…but I never could have imagined how much I would fall in love with teaching, so when my training was done I started teaching. Nothing could have prepared me for the joy I feel when I teach and the cycle of inspiration that comes from it. I love giving others the opportunity to challenge themselves and to see their excitement that comes when they surprise themselves. I am grateful for this journey, the chance to teach others, but most importantly grateful for all that my students and fellow yogis teach me.