My feeling is that any day I am too busy to run is a day that I am too busy
I have always been very into health and fitness and my love for finding ways to make my body feel amazing has only increased as I have gotten older. After a wonderful journey I became a Certified Yoga Instructor with the National Yoga Alliance which was one of the best decision I ever made. Yoga fits me and how I want to live my life so perfectly, it inspires me to live a better healthy life, and allows me to discover ways to energize not only my body but my mind. Being healthy does not only apply to the body, but to the mind and the soul. More than anything yoga has really taught me that.
As a seasoned cross country runner and marathoner, I originally was drawn to yoga as a way to supplement my running. However, as I dove deeper into the practice I grew to understand that yoga was much more than just a good stretch and workout, but a way for me to connect with my body and my mind. Over time I became more interested in the mental strength yoga gave me, and although I have seen amazing changes to my body and great results with my running, what yoga gave to me has gone so much deeper. It has made me want to live better and stronger, and made me appreciate and respect what my body can do for me more than ever before.
My philosophy when it comes to yoga is that yoga is meant for everyone, it does not discriminate, and it does not judge. Yoga is a personal, non-competitive practice that can do wonders for you mind and body. So whether you are trying to find stillness in your mind, or strength in your body, yoga can be there to guide you through all you wish to achieve and more.
Disclaimer: The information published on this blog is not written by medical professionals. It is my personal blog, with a purpose of sharing my own personal knowledge, opinions, and experiences with food and fitness. Always consult your physician before starting any exercise program if you have any existing medical conditions.