The concept of Teal So Good is one of home and belonging that has been forming intuitively through my experience of life and humanity. My personal journey, my love for my family, and my appreciation for All life in its endless variety of beautiful form and function brought me to yoga and completed some missing pieces in the puzzle of my life.
Born into a legacy of caregivers and trailblazers, I started out following the brave footsteps of the strong and determined women before me. I earned my business degree and entered the workforce. Commuting to Boston, gray cubicles and skyline views. Fund accounting left me creatively lacking and unfulfilled.The call to work with my hands, to see a product of my making from start to finish led me to life behind the chair doing hair in a salon.
The jump from the business of hair salons to yoga studios is not far functionally speaking, but first I had to become a mom, and nearly lose everything to give me the courage to make sacrifices for the greater good. My body and mind paid the price of denying my power and worth. Self – healing and discovery takes its time, the process of going deeply inward, stepping out of your comfort zone to face your own demons, and resolving reality with expectations is daunting, but it need not be lonely. We don’t have to be sad or blue. TEAL So Good.