Love Letter 1: February 2017

Posted: 3 March, 2017 By Blog


On August 15, 2007, my sole proprietorship company was born and I left the world of temporary unemployment from my IT career to self-employed as a full time yoga teacher and therapist.

Soon thereafter I was working at one of my first self-created jobs and in that venue I met someone who came to be one of the most important people in this decade of devotion.

Anna.

Dear Anna, over these 10 years you became a dear friend, teacher, therapist, utterly dedicated student, and until 2 years ago also an amazing all-encompassing administrative assistant to the business. In the last 5 years you became one of the first YM professionals on our vocational program and you are to this day the person I attribute most with spreading the word about my work and inviting people to test our services.

This, where I am today, with the school and the studio where you also support and rent and caretake alongside me, is all possible because of our joyous collaboration. One of the most fun things we do is our annual event in Havstenssund and I can't wait to see what we make of this August...and many years ahead.

My amazing Anna. Thank you for your integral role in my past 10 years.

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