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3 REASONS TO CONTINUE LEARNING

Updated: Sep 4


This summer I will be headed back to Kripalu to continue my studies with Anodea Judith. My recovery has taught me to love learning in a way I never did when I was young. I am always thirsty for more. The more I learn the more I have to bring to others.

My Yoga4Sobriety journey started with my education to teach yoga to people in recovery. The more I learned on this journey the more I had to bring to others. As I see the needs in this community, the training's and workshops unfold.

The original 15-Hour Core Curriculum was designed so other teachers could teach the methodology I have developed. It has turned out to be more than just a yoga teacher training. We have had numerous people in our 17 training's to date that are not yoga teachers. Additionally this has happened with our other modules of training.

These people include:

  • Life coaches

  • Personal trainers

  • Counselors

  • Massage therapists

  • Reiki workers

  • People in recovery who want to go deeper

If you are wondering if you should take any of our training's consider these reasons to continue learning:

  • Be Forever a Student | “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ~ Nelson Mandela | There is no such thing as learning too much. We can always add more to the treasure trove of tools, wisdom, knowledge, and understanding we have.

  • Add Depth to Your Recovery | “Be quick to see where religious people are right. Make use of what they offer.” ~ Alcoholics Anonymous | This doesn’t have to apply only to religious people. It can allow us to explore spiritual and psychological paths that support our journeys.

  • Deepen Your Skills of Helping Others | “There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.” ~ Mandy Hale | The more you know, the more you can connect with your own experiences, the more you will have to offer others.

LEARN MORE about our training modules.


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The camel each day goes twice to his knees.

He picks up his load with the greatest of ease.

He walks through the day with his head held high.
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