carribean yoga teacher training

Student Spotlight : Sarah Hardy

PYS: When did you complete the program?

Sarah: August 2016

PYS: Tell us about how you're now living your yoga practice.

Sarah: Wow, everything in my life has changed so much. Not just my yoga practice as in asana but my spirituality. Passion yoga has helped take me to the next level.
Other than the obvious teaching Monday nights to a group of incredible beginner women and men who I get to help shape into rad yogis and share some teachings and practices of YOGA... every day i do my best to choose LOVE over fear and hate. Love above all else. I recognize patterns in myself that without Passion Yoga school i would have never been able to realize and move past. I have a daily asana practice and i do my best (although there is room for improvement) to nourish my body and mind with healthy choices.... but honestly sometimes you just need to watch reality TV and sometimes you need ice cream for supper. Everything in moderation. ;) <3

PYS: What was the biggest change you saw in your being after the experience?

Sarah: My confidence. I am not afraid anymore to ask questions, I am not afraid to put myself out there to the world.
Before Passion Yoga School I compared myself to EVERYONE every pretty girl i saw on instagram or google, and i judged (myself the hardest) and now i have learned that i don't need to do that, i can love myself AND everyone else <3

PYS: Please share with us your social media links and / or promotional material that we can share with the post.

instagram is richsoulyoga_ (my website for my retreats isn't live yet when it will be i will let you know, its www.richsoulyoga.com) for now my insta is perfect
insta @theprairieyogi Facebook @theprairieyogi

 

Student Spotlight : Beth Ryan

PYS: When did you complete the program?

Beth: summer 2016

PYS: Tell us about how you're now living your yoga practice.

Beth: I take class every chance I get and teach 5 classes a week, but I'm mostly living my yoga practice in my relationships-- with other people and with myself.  I'm working on being more compassionate and more calm, I find myself doing pranayama breathing several times a day if I feel overwhelmed or if I just need a moment to myself!

PYS: What was the biggest change you saw in your being after the experience?

Beth: My perspective and my emotional maturity has changed.  After Costa Rica, I feel like I've been born again and I'm seeing things more clearly.  It's only the beginning and I'm excited for my future.

PYS: Please share with us your social media links and / or promotional material that we can share with the post.

Facebook.com/BethRyan, www.BethRyan.tv.

Beth: I'm currently running an interview series on my Facebook page called "Purpose" talking to women in Omaha about issues that are important to women.  Meeting the extraordinary women in Costa Rica helped inspire me to keep my word, finish this project, and get it out into the world.  There is much work for us women to do in the world, no more time for holding back.