Post-pandemic I no longer teach yoga and have found within myself during the early pandemic months a clarity of self within meditations. I had “played” with meditations for well over ten years and these last months have lifted me beyond meditations and further, or closer, to Source, to Love, to a fullness of self. I am reminded that I chose to come here at this time, in this form. I am humbled to be here and I am proud to be here too. This makes me joyful to see myself fulfill my dreams, those dreams that are larger than I am, those dreams that precede me. In meditations I am that, I am.
I received my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate recently. A little late in life, possibly. But never too late. I have wanted this designation since I was in my late 30’s (as in – decades ago). I have wanted to teach yoga as much as I have wanted to practice yoga.
Now that my mind races ahead of me with thoughts of retirement I can’t think of a better time to prepare for a next career – as a yoga instructor. I have several years to go yet before retirement. I have several years to learn to be any of the kind of teachers I have enjoyed over the years.
This last year of actually having a class to teach, and a private weekly session to teach as well, has let me know there are things that occur as a new teacher that no certificate program can prepare for. Some things are only taught by experience. That’s the stuff you will find here.
I am currently of a flexible age. I intend to stay here for as long as possible.