hOMe is where the Heart is (literally)

Have you ever hit rock bottom? Are you at rock bottom right now? I know I am. My heart is broken.

As I’m going through many trials, there has been one thing that remains constant. Yoga. After I woke up from brain surgery, I immediately asked to do downward dog. I did yoga before I could walk.

Every time a new heartbreak happens, there I am, practicing yoga. I’m not as “good” at yoga as I used to be. I’m definitely shaky and have my limitations. But every time I sit in lotus to start my practice, my eyes well up with tears. Tears of gratitude and joy. I am so thankful that I found my teacher so young in life. I’m so thankful that yoga has made me feel at home in my body, no matter what limitations I have.

2 Comments

  1. Kelsey

    Simple yet speaks volumes – Running is my Yoga (although thanks you to you, yoga is a daily MUST for me to mediate and balance myself physically, emotionally and spiritually) and would frequently feel the welling of tears in my eyes mid run just in reference to GRATITUDE – that I have the ability to do what I’m doing.

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