I am not what happened to me. Learning to believe "I am not what happened to me" was, and still is, a process. This process has taken me from living a life filled with anger, resentment and fear to living a life of love, abundance and compassion. This process took a while, mainly because I fought and resisted. Eventually, I softened, I became present to the price I was paying to hold on the past. I learned how to transform my limiting beliefs and my fears of the unknown into a compassionate discovery of what is possible when I simply pause and allow life to surprise and delight me.
Based on my own healing from breast cancer and childhood sexual abuse I am proud to share my experiences with you. As a yoga teacher, blogger and speaker, my passion is supporting you in navigating your own path of healing from any life transition you have experienced.