“Teaching yoga is not about teaching yoga at all. It’s about knowing your passion, honoring your uniqueness, living your core values, sharing your perspective on what’s important, and then learning how to use your voice to share it. ”— Dana Damara
Yoga is not something you “do” but rather it is a way of living; it’s a lifestyle that weaves its way into your day-to-day. Yoga happens when you bring
your actions off the mat, into alignment with your soul’s longing and your deepest truths.
It’s not about mastering any pose, but rather it’s about digging into the depths of your truth, your heart, your soul, and your mission and then moving in that direction. When you wake up to this power of stillness and alignment in the body, mind, and soul, you gain access to your deepest truth.
Our intention as teachers is to share what we know, as we know it, always evolving and expanding. If you wait to be perfect or master the process, you are missing the entire point.