Raised by passionate foodies, I was shown the power of food, movement and quality family time from a young age. However, teaching yoga for years unveiled a truth. After hearing countless women struggle to create “me time”...
The heart-breaking realization hit:
As a mom of 4 and having overcome eating disorders, I want to give you hope. I am living proof that you can finally slow down and accept who you are. There is an aligned balance between your identity as a woman and parent.
For years, I was incredibly hard on myself, I—
Worked in real estate (I was one of the youngest people in the USA to become a Certified Commercial Investment Manager)
Was hyper-critical of my body, which led to eating disorders in my 20s
Pushed myself in hard exercise classes, always trying to prove I was strong and “enough”
If I’ve been able to find a slower pace of life, true body acceptance and daily peace, any woman can.
I am a two-time certified yoga instructor through
the Yoga Alliance.
Child’s pose has power, but women came to me again and again asking to go deeper. They weren’t taking 5 minutes to meditate at home. They weren’t savoring breakfast. They saw cooking as a chore.
In short, my clients felt stressed out as f***.
That is why I want to share all of this information with YOU on my podcast, in my blog, and on social!
The journey to yoga was unexpected, like a surprise package on your doorstep.
I’d just had my first daughter and was re-discovering my identity, As a mom, I’m sure you understand.
Hot yoga showed me the power of flowing, both on the mat and in real life. It showed me I could be a parent and still have time to nourish myself.
The more I connected back with my body, the more I was able to:
Be an energetic example to my kids
Slow down, to *ironically* speed up in reaching goals
Find joy in daily life, with a newfound patience (even with my hubby)