Hello beautiful people.  So, it’s April Fool’s day, and though I never understood
this “holiday”, it does mark a very significant anniversary of sorts.  One year ago on this day I taught my very first
studio yoga class.  And this morning, one
year later, I taught a class in the great outdoors for two of the most
important and influential women in my life.  One, an inspiring and dear friend who has been
bravely and successfully battling breast cancer; and the other, my beautiful friend
and Ayurveda/yoga mentor.   As I sat
across from their gorgeous faces, surrounded by the intoxicating sounds of Mother
Nature, the sun seemed to be shining just for us.  The birds were singing a theme song they
wrote for our class together, and the trees swayed steadily to the rhythm of
the tune.  I couldn’t help but think to
myself, “What did I do to get so lucky?” 
Not only are these woman amazing friends and inspirations to me, but
they have also founded the amazing school I am blessed to be attending,
Sampoorna College of Ayurveda & Holistic Studies!  Though I have known them both in this
life for only about two years combined, I know deep within my soul that life
after life we have fought many battles and braved many rough literal and metaphorical
seas at each other’s sides.    I am so
insanely blessed to have found them, as it feels as though I’ve been searching for
30 years to be with them once more!  I am
so grateful to be together for another go at this crazy thing called life, and
I’m so excited to see what our journey together unfolds.  We are pioneers on the frontlines of a
spiritual revolution, and I feel stronger, bolder, and more complete knowing
that they are going to battle alongside me. 
I truly hope that one day everyone is blessed to feel this feeling of
unconditional love and support in their lives, as everyone deserves to realize
that they are a part of something greater than themselves.  I love them both so much and am so thankful
for them as my friends, my teachers, and my sisters-in-arms. May you all be blessed with friends like these… Om shantih.

Hello beautiful people.

So, it’s April Fool’s day, and though I never understood this “holiday”, it does mark a very significant anniversary of sorts.  One year ago on this day I taught my very first studio yoga class.  And this morning, one year later, I taught a class in the great outdoors for two of the most important and influential women in my life.  One, an inspiring and dear friend who has been bravely and successfully battling breast cancer; and the other, my beautiful friend and Ayurveda/yoga mentor.   As I sat across from their gorgeous faces, surrounded by the intoxicating sounds of Mother Nature, the sun seemed to be shining just for us.  The birds were singing a theme song they wrote for our class together, and the trees swayed steadily to the rhythm of the tune.  I couldn’t help but think to myself, “What did I do to get so lucky?” Not only are these woman amazing friends and inspirations to me, but they have also founded the amazing school I am blessed to be attending, Sampoorna College of Ayurveda & Holistic Studies!  Though I have known them both in this life for only about two years combined, I know deep within my soul that life after life we have fought many battles and braved many rough literal and metaphorical seas at each other’s sides.    I am so insanely blessed to have found them, as it feels as though I’ve been searching for 30 years to be with them once more!  I am so grateful to be together for another go at this crazy thing called life, and I’m so excited to see what our journey together unfolds.  We are pioneers on the frontlines of a spiritual revolution, and I feel stronger, bolder, and more complete knowing that they are going to battle alongside me. I truly hope that one day everyone is blessed to feel this feeling of unconditional love and support in their lives, as everyone deserves to realize that they are a part of something greater than themselves.  I love them both so much and am so thankful for them as my friends, my teachers, and my sisters-in-arms. May you all be blessed with friends like these… Om shantih.

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