Recently, while in a massage treatment, a woman spoke Truth over me:
The teacher appears when the student is ready.
My soul recognized it’s wisdom and over the weeks, solidified.
Most of us come to yoga as seekers- of what, we’re not always certain. We may have the notion of slowing down, rehabbing our bodies or needing inner peace, but what we soon discover is a (better) way of life.
In the areas we feel sick or stuck or hurt, it’s fear – or loveless thinking– at the root.
This is the case for me, anyway and I’m willing to bet I’m not alone!
And with the right tools- ones rooted in Love- I can face and conquer and over come the things that hold me hostage.
Over the course of four weeks, we’ll explore:
These practices have saved me time and again. I return to them daily to still my anxious mind, cradle my heart and bless my physical body with the Wisdom and Love it needs to heal and renew.
Meet Kailey Veenstra
Friend, student and contributor to Live Westcoast Retreats, we’re excited to officially welcome Tarryl’s daughter, Kailey, to our faculty family.
Kailey is a writer, speaker and teacher in the area of healing + spiritual formation.
She’ll be sharing her heart and experience through workshops, blogs and upcoming retreats.