1 – Being barefoot

2 – The yummy feeling after Savasana when you slowly roll over

3 – That yoga “glow”

4 – Wrapping up in blankets

5 – Laughing mid-pose

6 – That burst of joy when you arrive in a challenging asana for the first time

7 – Practicing with your favourite songs, or to the sound of your own breath

8 – Messy hair

9 – Feeling your own heartbeat

10 – Falling in love with yourself

Rachelle

Author Rachelle

Rachelle is a lover of balance, of peaks and troughs, and healing, and all the details that move a person to be changed or challenged or contented. Her family are travellers and she’s has had the bug of wanderlust since birth. She was born in Ipswich, raised in Georgia, and has lived in Ireland for over 3 years. Through her travels, she’s learned the significance of the body as one’s home and how to find peace and strength in your own cells. She encourages her students to explore the stuff they’re made of in order to gain awareness of their connection with others and the world. Among that which inspires her are Alan Watts, waves, journeys, story sharing, and anything under the category of legumes. Currently she is training for her 500-hour certification with Yoga Therapy Ireland.

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