About my friends LoveYourBrain “Inspiring greater peace, acceptance, and #happiness for people affected by #braininjury is a big part of what we do. We’ve learned that #meditation is one powerful way to help transform chaos into inner calm and frustration into joy. Meditation offers a variety of paths–from short to long, guidance to silence, imagery to mantras–so that everyone can find a practice that works for them.”
As my own recovery from TBI has continued forward I am pledging to “do more” for other survivors as they learn to cope with their “New Normal.”
From my Heart to Yours (Call to Action please): Would you help me?
1) If your studio is open to HOST a donation based yoga workshop or class I will offer my time at no cost. 100% of the funds raised will go directly to supporting LoveYourBrain’s programs aimed at improving the quality of life for people affected by brain injury.
2) I am offering 2 #AlchemyofYoga RYT200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification Scholarships in 2017 for Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors. One for #Bali and one for #CostaRica. Email me your application, tell me your story email@example.com
3) I am personally donating a percentage of all my 2017 income from guiding #yogaretreats to #loveyourbrain
I believe just like my friend at love your brain believe “it is imperative to provide continued rehabilitative support in the recovery process to help survivors realize their potential, to inspire them and to enhance their quality of life.”
I am a proud #TBI Thriver. And I want to make things easier for others to never give up, and to know you are LOVED!
This breathing exercise is designed to engage both sides of your brain to help you focus and calm your mind. Your brain has an evolutionarily fascinating function where the right side controls the left side of the body, and left side controls the right side of the body. You will be guided to focus on your breath moving from each corner of your smile as a way to integrate your brain completely. This exercise is an adaptation of the traditional ‘nhadi shodhna’ or ‘alternative nostril breathing’ practice, which has been used for centuries to generate feelings of mental balance and peace.