Making Connections

From the moment when I first stepped onto a yoga mat I knew I had found my path. The most profound, yet simple, lesson I learned in that college yoga class was how to breathe. Not just the science of how to breathe, but the awareness of how to breathe. I would park far away from the university so I could walk down a path through the woods and beside the duck pond, each step coordinated with either an inhale or an exhale. I took my time getting to class. I was learning HOW to breathe.

Several years later, as a yoga teacher and studio owner, I zeroed in on the theme of mind-body-spirit connection. Intuitively, I always knew these “parts” were intricately connected. I felt it in my bones and in my soul. My first newsletter was called “Mind, Body, Spirit Connections.”

Today, several more years later, my husband and I have come full circle, back to this theme. He has spent the last two decades learning and practicing neurofeedback, while I have continued my yoga training and teaching practice. I have always known that we could “do this together.”

So, here we are, on a new but familiar path, doing what we love and believe in. Along the way life gives us hints and signals and when we finally listen, really listen, we see that what we have been looking for was right there all along. Please join us on our continued journey.

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We look forward to “connecting” with you soon!

By tkscovill

Mind. Body. Spirit. Connections. I have been on this journey for most of my adult life. Studying human nature, observing my own behaviors, wondering why people do the things they do. I've also done my share of wandering, noticing, integrating and absorbing new ideas and experiences. My conclusion thus far? Everything is connected. We are all connected. Sometimes we fracture, break apart, feel lost. But to be human is to always look for that sense of balance and connection. Come along with me as I continue to explore, internally and externally, on a quest for balance and connection.

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