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Yogi’s Choice

Updated: Oct 1, 2022

Choose your own adventure on the yoga mat and off the mat, too. Learn what that means for you as a yoga student.

Woman in bright pink yoga top and blue yoga pants in Child's Pose on a teal yoga mat on a wood deck with green trees in the background
Photo © Copyright by Laura Brown Photography.

In my yoga classes, I often reference “yogi’s choice.” What I mean by that phrase is that I want to help empower you to make the best decision for you in that moment. I want to help empower you to choose a variation of the pose, meditation or breathing exercise you’re practicing that resonates with you based on what feels good in your body and right in your heart in that moment.


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When I lead yoga classes, my sequences are suggestions. They’re not expectations.


Yoga poses conform to fit your body's needs, not the other way around. This applies off the mat and in life, too. You don’t have to follow what everyone else is doing, which is what makes the yoga path a mighty path. There is so much beauty in paving your own way and living your truth. But it takes courage. Trailblazer, this is high-vibe living!


So choose your own adventure.


Practice It: Choose What Works for You Today

The next time you find yourself in yoga class with an offering to modify a pose and that modification speaks to you, do what feels good to you in that moment—whether you’ve practiced that same modification hundreds of times or you’re up for exploring a new variation. Find what works for you. Today’s choice might not be tomorrow’s choice. Take a yoga class with me to see what I mean and check out my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel.


Get curious. Stay curious. Play. Explore. Discover. Inquire. Learn more about yourself. Build a relationship with yourself. Get to know the one, the only, you. And know that you have a choice—a yogi’s choice.


Note that this website and the Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel are for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Speak with your doctor before beginning any new exercise routine or wellness plan.

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