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I love to help other women that want to step back into their strength, into their love for community and currently feel like they've lost all that.
My strength is to unearth lovingly and supportingly those things that you tend to overlook as unimportant and give them the right frame and place in your life.
After a long time struggling with stomach issues and self love I feel yoga, ayurveda and coaching have giving me more lasting strength than any vacation, doctors appointment or healing treatment could so far.
Shadow Yoga Teacher and Iyengar Yoga trained
Ayurvedic Health and Wellness Consultant
Masters in socialwork
One of my male clients in the pilot was feeling that he couldn’t live up to his biggest desire to be back on track with his daily yoga practice, when we came to Breath Body Practices. All the other habits he had managed to engage with in small steps already.
However he couldn’t accept the fact that his yoga practice needed to come on slowly again.
This was partly due to the fact, that he has a newborn in the family that rhe was looking after on certain mornings while his wife was at work. The first thing we worked out were the days he could have a yoga practice easily without him having to fight for it (ie. I want to practice but my screaming daughter is making a mess out of it). It turned out that there were 3 days in the week, where he actually could have a practice. I asked him to see this as a kaizen engagement with this habit, instead of looking at what is required of him to be a #real yogi. When he shifted his perspective to the viewpoint of having a practice in his life, he actually felt more empowered. Over the next 7 weeks, he noticed how he sometimes used the time when he was looking after the child in the morning to cop out of his yoga practice through deciding to sleep in (with the baby). So feeling motivated and much better in his body after introducing the self massage, he decided to kick this habit up a notch and set the alarm to be up as early as possible to do at least 10min of yoga before he had to tend to the daughter.