The HUMERUS thing about Yoga

It’s true, I broke my arm. I’ll spare you the gross photos and just tell you the embarrassing story below.

But first…

Many of you have already reached out with incredibly sweet offers to help me… and of course I am so grateful for all of you.

But there’s only ONE thing I really need help with at this moment.

As most of you know, on September 15 – 18th, we’re hosting our 13 year celebration! Four days of free yoga, fun flows, festivities, food and fellow yogis.

That’s only eight days from now. And I’m not able to get around and promote like I had planned… not able to drive, nor type just yet… (I’m voice memo’ing this into my phone).

So what I would really like your help with is spreading the word, filling those free classes and celebrating with as many of you as possible!

We are so excited for this…. 14 free classes, goodies and giveaways, new fall T-shirts, new mats and $29 intro passes!

If you know anyone that has ever considered, starting a Yoga Practice, this weekend celebration is the perfect time and place.

And if I run out of groceries, I will definitely reach out to you, but in the meantime, if you could share a few posts, post a few flyers, invite your friends and neighbors… your doctor, your teachers, your mailman, your hairdresser… ‍♀️

Basically, please just share the Love


As for my embarrassing adventure… I went rollerskating last Friday night. Yep. My precious teal blue skates, the disco lights, the roller rink tunes… The works.

The rumors are not true, though…  I was not doing jumps or trying to shoot the duck or skate backwards, or do anything fancy.

I was actually just cruising along, breeze in my hair, singing along to apple bottom jeans, and thinking to myself how great it is, that I “still got it” ‍♀️

And then… out of nowhere… splat! On my face, on the concrete, smashed shoulder, paramedics, four hours in the ER, massive bruising, and 6 to 8 weeks in a sling.

Broken humerus.  Real Funny.

For those of you who have been reading my emails for years, you know that I consider myself somewhat clever, witty, dare I say, humorous?

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that I’ve been given the opportunity to embrace, change and challenge, letting go and finding silver linings by breaking my humerus.

The universe has a sense of humor too.

I would love to tell you about all the ways my breathing practices have helped, ALL the silver linings and the people who got me through this first week.

But I’m definitely over my word limit tonight. Maybe next time.

I hope to see you very soon.

The humorous thing about all of this is that … I really do consider this a ‘Lucky Break’.

Lucky it wasn’t a leg. Lucky it wasn’t my hand. Lucky it wasn’t my head.

Because I can still teach classes….

I will be teaching my regular classes… starting tomorrow…

I just will not be doing any planks, lol.

Much love