Sharing your journey will open a world of possibility.
When you look in the mirror, are you happy with yourself?
Are you content with?
Does your baggage continue to weigh you down?
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When you join us, you’ll discover the benefits of yoga for men...
We all have baggage and we all have a story, but few of us channel those inner emotions that constitute our attitude and behavior. Yoga and meditation allow for a breakthrough in mind, body, and spirit — giving men the ability to expand their horizons and open their outlook on life.
With yoga, you can rewire your neural pathways and create healthier habits.
Positive energy has a way of radiating and reciprocating itself to those around you. Prior to learning the art of yoga, my mind was turbulent and filled with emotional scars and memories that prevented me from living in the moment.
I’ve learned that the benefits of yoga for men go far beyond capturing the moment, but also help make the most of what’s yet to come.
Yoga and meditation have helped me find grace with my past, peace with my present, and a newfound optimism for my future.
Yoga has a way of soothing the mind and relieving you of any negativity in your life. The more I mastered this practice, the less I felt the turbulence taking over my mind.
I started to gravitate towards the things that made me happy, the people I enjoyed spending time with, and the places I felt most comfortable. When I started to create my own vision for the world I want to live in and pass down to my children, I began to truly see the beauty in this life.
Our body, mind, and spirit work simultaneously with each other. Finding alignment in these three areas are just some of the amazing benefits of yoga for men. These temporary waves of emotion are meant to be embraced, not feared.
Yoga and proper breathing techniques have given me that extra wave of energy to make the most of the life I have left.
We all have a story.
How we tell that story to ourselves is what really matters.
My Mother was one of the strongest people I’ve ever known, sometimes teaching me valuable life lessons without even knowing it. I could never imagine how difficult her life must’ve been, but seeing her push through it all instilled a sense of admiration.
Born in 1945, my Mother faced a unique childhood being born gay. Coming out of the closet isn’t easy for anyone, but this was far from all she was faced with. Being on welfare as a single parent, having little help in raising her child, returning to school to receive her G.E.D., facing her demons in therapy, she hasn’t had it easy.
To now watch her attend college and start her own accounting business has shown me her true potential and the power she holds within herself. Although she has never uttered these words to me, she has shown me that she is “Capable of So Much More.”
It goes to show the power our actions can indirectly have on each other — without us even knowing it.
My Mother’s achievements are the main catalyst for my own mission to find a deeper meaning.
She gave me the courage to not only find out who I really am, but why I’m here exactly. We all have a gift or talent that is meant to be shared with the world and she gave me the push to figure out my purpose.
Although it took me longer than I would’ve hoped to reach this point, I owe it all to the script and template my Mother laid out for me.
I’ve found my gift, now it’s time to share it with the world.
My Mother gave me the courage to find myself, I want to be that person for you.
At the age of 40, I found myself wanting to do things that my body simply couldn’t handle. Considering I’m an “Type A” personality, this wasn’t going to sit well with my ambitions in life.
I was instantly intimidated when Yoga and meditation was suggested to me. Not being flexible in a Yoga class primarily filled with women can be frightening for men — it was for me. That all changed the second I finished my first class.
That’s when I fell in love with all the amazing benefits of yoga for men.
In regards to my spiritual well-being, Yoga and meditation was the missing link I had been searching for in my life.
The more classes I attended, the more I learned the importance of breathing and the role it plays in slowing the mind down. I was instilled with a spiritual awakening that propelled me to new understandings about myself.
As a certified practitioner of Applied Positive Psychology, I make sure to incorporate these principles with my daily work, yoga, and meditation practices. These tools have helped me dig deeper into who I was, who I am, and who I want to be each day.
One of life’s most precious gifts is our ability to share our experiences with each other. I aim to share my experiences to help others realize they’re “Capable of So Much More.”