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A Decade

10 years ago I was introduced to yoga
9 years ago I expanded my horizons by traveling across Europe for 10 weeks visiting  28 cities in 15 countries
8 years ago I was diagnosed with a serious medical condition that I have since healed naturally
7 years ago I traveled to my ancestral homeland of Italy and developed overdue bonds with my sister
6 years ago I traveled to Costa Rica alone, realized it was my life's calling and passion to share yoga, graduated with my MBA and completed my first yoga teacher training program
5 years ago I packed my four bags, left my hometown of Houston, Texas, moved to NYC and continued my endeavor for growth
4 years ago I moved in with my best friend and love of my life
3 years ago I grieved when a friend who was like a little brother, one of my closest girlfriends, my dad and my dog departed this earthly plane. I completed my second yoga teacher training program and backpacked across the Himalayas of Northern India where I learned more about myself than ever before. I also brought another sweet dog into our home
2 years ago I decided to pack up my bags again to move across the country to SoCal to be closer to Mother Earth and was asked to be a wife
1 year ago I attended a life altering program where I was safely led to enlightenment, able to completely open my heart to the truth and beauty of myself and, therefore, others

This year we spoke carefully chosen vows and celebrated our love in a hammock under the starry night sky on a hidden beach on the Napali Coast.  I surrendered completely to my faith in the unknown and feel secure and safe in my realization that home is where the heart is. I've chosen to return to my hometown to follow my passion and dreams and more than thrilled to share this collective knowledge and experience with anyone who has interest. See you soon HoUSton

"Now tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" - Mary Oliver

Love and Light.


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