I’m a firm believer in the divine, and that all things really do happen for a reason. I started Yin yoga in the midst of a total life transition where I suddenly lost my 17-year old cat and was having a really hard time dealing with her loss. I found Angela’s class to be a life-altering experience and a practice that was new to me.
My perception of Yoga has always been about drastic poses and stretches, of which I’ve done. But with Yin Yoga, this was more of a gentle embrace, more so of what my mind and body needed desperately. The more I practiced intentional healing and being mindful of my self-care, I started to realize how influential this experience was.
To this day, I still believe that I didn’t find her class, her class found me in my moment of need. And I believe that anything you request of the Universe it will surely show you in full form to guide you through life. I intentionally still practice yin yoga because it helps me find my center and continues to give me balance and ease on a daily basis. I cannot express my gratitude and how thankful I am for Angela and her teachings; it was truly meant to be.