Aloha!!! I have moved to the lovely state of Hawaii and I could not be happier!! It has been a very challenging transition getting everything organized and moved, but it is so worth the hassle!! We should be moving into an apartment in the next couple of weeks. I have been thinking about my new life here on the island and what I want to be doing with myself.
Yoga is a given here on the island. There are so many studios around here and so many wonderfully inspiring places to practice my yoga. I also want to continue teaching in the local setting and I hope to apply for teaching positions at the local studios in the next couple of months. More currently... (Continued)
I am researching the ins and outs of setting up a Skype Yoga. I am currently coming up with ideas for the types of classes I will be offering, and the different ways to go about group classes versus individual private sessions. I haven't personally had a group chat with Skype yet, so I need to practice that first to see how the connection works. If all goes as planned, then I hope to offer a way for you and your friends to practice at the same time. Needless to say there is still more room for research on this topic, and I hope to finalize my business plan in the next few weeks.
On the art side of life, I am surrounded by a lot of tropical beauty. I have a feeling that my artistic endeavors will lean more towards the aquatic side. I am fascinated with sea turtles and whales right now! Growing up in Florida, I definitely did not see any of those species in the Gulf of Mexico. I also want to become more active with volunteering my time towards helping save these creatures, because like most animals on this Earth they have dangers being out in the ocean too. The energy here is very loving and positive, and I want thrive from that in whatever way possible.
MAHALO! (which means Thank you in Hawaiian) Mahalo for your continued love and support! I look forward to keeping you updated with my island adventures. As I mentioned in a previous blog posting, I will not be as readily available on Facebook these days. I respond quickly to emails and text messages, and you may also use the Contact form on my page. Have an amazing day! Namaste.