It all started when I woke one morning and realized that I had two choices.
I could lie in bed and feel sorry for myself or I could call my Kula (my community, friends, tribe) and ask for support. Leading up to this morning, I had left my job, changed careers, and ended a relationship within the span of a week. And so, I picked up the phone. That choice changed the course of my life.
Since then I have discovered how important it is to have my Kula around me for love, support, honest conversation, and laugher. Surrounding yourself with people who will be there for you in the good times and the bad, be kind rather than nice, and have the challenging conversations are relationships worth finding and cultivating. As my teacher Coby Kozlowski says, “we go far alone, we go deep together.”
This is why community is so important and one of the three main components of WanderFreely. Yoga, Coaching, Community. I hope to bring you stories of others walking their own paths that will inspire you and remind you that you are not on this journey alone. Yes, there will be times of intense self-work and exploration that only you can do, however, your Kula is there to raise the bar, hold you accountable, support you, and cheer you on. Because in the end what is the point of searching inward for answers and love if we can’t share it with those around us?