Teaching Yoga From One’s Own Growth Process, Not One’s Mastery

I used to attend a self-improvement class where the teacher would say she is teaching the topic she most has to work on herself. That always resonated with me. She was humble, yet direct about the lessons she wanted to get across. When I think about the type of wellness teacher I am, I often—quite … Continue reading Teaching Yoga From One’s Own Growth Process, Not One’s Mastery

Exercising Another Part of My Brain: Arts and Crafts

I always found doing health fairs challenging as a nutritionist. I loved educating people—but putting together an oak tag presentation, not as much. And making healthy salad samples to give out—also challenging. I am a verbal person. I love to talk. I love to write. When I completed a food pyramid project for my first … Continue reading Exercising Another Part of My Brain: Arts and Crafts