For 30+ years, running was the only exercise that seemed to provide a much needed physical and emotional outlet. That is until I entered the rooms of Riverflow.
Both practice and teacher training have been transformative-physically, mentally, and spiritually. I love that the practice of Hot Yoga is such a metaphor for life. Standing still between the poses prepares me for stillness and quiet in a busy world so that I can be present to the messages that come my way. When I stop struggling in poses or correct and go deeper, I am reminded to “let go” of my struggles outside of the room. When I lock and lift muscles and limbs, I internalize my strength and value. Staying in the room and breathing renews my faith and hope. I carry lessons from the studio with me throughout my day and welcome the opportunity to share these as a teacher.