Love Letter 3: April 2017

Posted: 29 March, 2017 By Blog

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I have met kind, generous, brave, loving, helpful, talented, dedicated and interesting people who took the form of being my students over these past 10 years and more. At yoga studios, gyms, conventions, events, workshops, classes, courses, private lessons: in my home, in studios and in spaces around Europe, Middle East, Russia, Asia and the USA. Students who travel in to Sweden to practice and who fly me out of Sweden to practice. Students who write me their joy and appreciation for the work and share their dreams and struggles. Students who have patience with my own process as their guide. Students who help with my work, support the ups and the downs of being in business and share the love of sadhana and the love of YogaMonks. 

Such an extraordinary love. I have developed my art of teaching due to you. I go further in my understanding of the work I practice and how to teach it due to you. The Sadhana Crew, the 100's of ''daily does it'' dreamers, who once began this journey with us at YogaMonks and those who are still with me on the road: you keep me in practice, you keep me reaching to my next edge, you keep me moving my boundaries of sadhana as well as business. 

You drew a 5 year teacher training program out of me and you are drawing the next level of services for the future out of me as we speak. It is you who keeps me so happily employed. I thank you from the heart for being you - an amazing Crew.




In your ongoing commitment and desire to learn something well,
in that I have had the pleasure of getting to know you well
- and, well, THAT is my greatest wellness in my work.




Meet some of these amazing people who are YM students, Teachers in Training and YM Professionals at any of the upcoming YM events as they will be attending or assisting me in teaching. A special heads up for Frida and Jonas, two YM teachers in training who will offer free lunch classes at Our Space while I am away in April. See far down or our diary on the website.

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