Don't Try Hard, Try Easy

Don't Try Hard, Try Easy

Where in your life are you at your edge? What will it take for you to Step off the Edge? What's the costs for not stepping off the edge?

At the end of the day, the real question you should ask yourself is what do you really want?

You have to want to make things happen, for things to happen.

And if you want it to happen, if you want a change, you have to keep saying yes!

Keep saying YES.

(This is the final principle for Stepping up to the Edge by Baron Baptiste taken from his book -“Journey into Power”.)

How to Build Your Confidence Before Teaching A Class (8 Practical Tips for Anxious Yoga Teachers)

How to Build Your Confidence Before Teaching A Class (8 Practical Tips for Anxious Yoga Teachers)

I always get nervous before teaching. These tips are practices and rituals that I’ve embodied over the years that has helped me get over my anxiety. Choose one or all but put them into practice right away because right now, is all you’ve got!

The Importance of Overcoming your Fears and Limitations

The Importance of Overcoming your Fears and Limitations

How does overcoming your fears, concerns, your buts and your what ifs will give you access to step out of your comfort zone and to empower your life.

Think Less, Be More

Think Less, Be More

This is the 6th Principle of the Eight Universal Principles for Stepping up to the Edge by Baron Baptiste taken from his book - “Journey into Power”.)

For all you Human Thinkers out there, drop thinking and fixing and just Be a Human Being.

In Order To Heal, We Must Feel

In Order To Heal, We Must Feel

(This is the 5th of the Eight Universal Principles for Stepping up to the Edge by Baron Baptiste taken from his book -“Journey into Power”.)

It's about shame, about being vulnerable, about feeling what you feel which is uncomfortable and scary. And you know what - It's ok if you are feeling angry. It's Ok if you're feeling Sad. It’s ok not be ok. Feel What you are feeling. Stop hiding.

Since you're here, you're READY NOW.