I want to teach yoga to help people shift to a happier and healthier lifestyle. I want to teach because I know there are others, like me a couple years ago, who think yoga isn't cardio enough to be considered a workout or even a valuable use of their time.
I started practicing yoga after incurring several running injuries. I didn't stretch before I ran and my muscles became tight from running day after day. Two of my friends who work out told me I needed to stretch on a regular basis. Unfortunately for my knees, I thought stretching was boring and a waste of time, so I didn't. I paid for it in injuries and sore muscles. Eventually, I thought yoga might be worth a shot. If I was in a class, maybe I would actually do it.
Little did I know that I would fall in love with yoga. I ended up liking yoga more than I liked running and, honestly, I found it more challenging.
My hope is to make yoga accessible to anyone who is interested. Yoga has helped me move towards wellness and I know it can do the same for others. I want to help people find balance, strength, stillness, peace, and true joy in their practice and in their lives.
Hi! I'm Bridget. I'm so glad you've made your way to my blog. When you stop by, you can expect to read my thoughts on life, fitness, nutrition, outdoor adventures, and faith... with a dash of DIY, photography, and puppy parenthood. [About Me]