Yoga has been a true life saver for Mary – she began her 200-hour teacher training in 2009, the same year both of her parents were diagnosed with terminal cancers. Mary credits her yoga practice with giving her the physical, mental, and spiritual strength she needed to face such a challenging time. She truly believes that yoga gives us the courage to face our fears, the flexibility to embrace change, and the present mind awareness to find joy in each and every day.
Your breath is your guide and your constant reminder to stay in the moment and listen. Think of your time on your yoga mat like a friendly conversation with your body, a time to reconnect with what is truly important.