Who I am
It’s really simply that I had extensive back pain with physical ramifications of nerve damage and specialists informing me I was only going to deteriorate from here on. I was an independent woman and felt my feminist attributes of having it all together, was indestructible. Life had other plans. I was torn apart when I began to spiral into hopelessness. I was lost, homeless and broken, although also grateful at the great transformational period This meant my traumas, that I thought, I really dealt with, were surfacing, ready to be felt. I didn’t find any other Yoga had the elements of true compassion. I am now free of back pain. My reality is shifting and changing most days. I feel alive, awake and nurtured. I feel grounded, and able to manage my life. I am now teaching this Yoga and will be taking it to the only world wide home for HIV clients within the public health system.