Are there nutritional aspects to it? Do you know any colleges? Or just a basic overview of the whole thing and jobs that come along with it? I’m so interested I just never even looked into it before now. Basically any information you guys can pass along, I’d be grateful for.
Aw thank you so much! :) I don’t use any yoga apps. Does anyone have suggestions??
I am not!
i don’t answer this.
i didn’t take it offensively don’t worry! :) everyone always says how yoga doesn’t pay enough- but, those people who say that are usually the ones who have never downdog-ed in their lives. what do they know? good luck with your future as well then! hopefully we’ll both find good opportunities.
is that so much to ask?
you know those bored couples you see in restaurants? the ones that have clearly lost their spark? maybe they’re older, with their couple of toddlers. the couples that look completely miserable just to be sitting where they are. the ones that don’t talk. the ones that clearly force conversation just so it’s not so unfortunately quiet. the pity smiles, and the looks of exhaustion. you can clearly tell whatever they once had is diminished. i think you know what i’m talking about by now. i notice them almost every time i go out to eat… and i will never let myself get like that.
Uh….yoga teachers, if popular, make a fair amount of money, actually.
oh my god right? i can’t even imagine how much teachers like kathryn and tara are able to make. they get paid to do all those fabulous retreats in beautiful locations. they completely deserve the success though, they give SO much! it’s inspirational! :)
i completely agree with you. i always say that i would rather be struggling doing something that brings me happiness than stuck doing something i dislike. money is important, but it’s not everything.
i don’t think they we’re telling me what to do exactly, but thank you! <3 i believe that if you really want something, you will get it eventually if you work hard enough. yoga is the one thing i care enough about to pursue with my whole heart, and i can only hope everything works out in my future. :)
i have no idea! i have some ideas, like everyone else. but, nothing is definite. i personally think it’s kind of silly how teenagers are supposed to know what they want to do with their lives when we are so young. i’m hoping to get lucky and have a successful enough yoga career to support myself in the future. i am interested in nutrition though, and i love helping people improve their lives. i would LIKE to get a degree in that just so i have that to support me so people will take me seriously, you know. i’ll figure it out eventually…
i know, i haven’t been posting much just because i feel like i’ve been in the same place for quite a while now. i definitely am not fully recovered, but my mentality has progressed so much. i still worry about calories, eating enough, and eating too much. but, i’m trying hard to let all that go everyday. it’s definitely still hard for me, some days harder than others. i get through it though!
i love it! i’m really independent, and i hate following rules. so i enjoy listening to myself and following what i feel like doing that day. there really is nothing to feel bad about! :) i don’t feel like i missed out on anything, really.
nothing specific. i just practiced yoga and did the best i could and eventually, progressively my best got better.
pick up the phone skips
…i am going to be singing this all night.
i just try and focus on my goals in life, look on the bright side, and try and also find balance. nobody can be happy all the time, you know. yoga helps me with stress, but i’ve never had a problem with that.
I checked every week or so to make sure I was on the right track. I stopped checking when I got my period back. On weekdays when I’m not doing yoga I’m probably super tired so I like to relax and watch shows I DVR, watch movies, read, dance around because I’m cool, go on tumblr, etc. I normally would do the same on Fridays or weekends except I do hang out with friends sometimes.
I’m really not the person you want to ask this… I’m sorry. The only advice I can give is to just eat whole foods and find an exercise that makes you happy.
breakfast: raw peanut butter, ezekiel cinnamon raisin toast, part of a banana (one side was bruised and weirdly mushy, boo), and black coffee
snack: cranberry flax oatmeal square
lunch: tuna mixed with 0% greek yogurt, chopped green pepper, caraway crackers, baby carrots, and basil/pesto hummus
snack: raw peanut butter and organic apple
dinner: posted the picture earlier… whole foods dinner! lots of garlic lemon kale, pesto pasta salad, sesame marinated tofu, and chickpea and zucchini quoina
snack: strawberry banana chobani and almonds
i am guilty of dipping into my justin’s chocolate almond butter.
SO GOOD! seriously, amazing. such a nice change from my hazelnut butter. :D i made an excellent choice. i think i’m going to try the maple next.