Did someone order an upbeat read? Okay, here it is:

You’re going to die someday, friend. Hopefully ages from now, but death (and taxes, so they say) is certain.

So in these numbered days of ours, it’s our obligation, don’t you think, to have as much fun as possible. To love as much as possible. To eat, visit, meet, and read. To do the things we love, and to demand more than mediocrity (in all things, but especially our yoga classes).

And when things are hard, when you’re anxious, grieving, broken-hearted, or your entire world has turned on its head, remember three things:

1. Darkness is a reminder of how alive we are. We can’t have joy without a little hardship.

2. And this, as all things do, shall pass. It’s an inevitability.

3. And finally you, lovely reader, are hugely capable of doing amazingly hard things. Even if you don’t know it or think it.

To remind yourself of being alive today, here’s a slow, mindful session (make sure to bookmark for later):

Stick Insect Flow – Get in touch with your inner Zen master (and some perfect sunset lighting) in this slow, mindful flow. Nothing else matters; it’s about simply feeling alive.

And while we’re at it, here’s a recent podcast episode: How yoga gave me a hip impingement (and how to motivate yourself to practice more)

“TYR feels so welcoming. I feel seen and as though you know what I need! I don’t feel too old, stiff or fat to do yoga with TYR. I feel just right.” – Priscilla

Chloe - TYR Founder & Joyful Living Coach

POSTED: 17/08/2023

Chloe is a yoga teacher, mindfulness guide, and joyful living coach, and she thinks the meaning of life is probably to be as happy as possible.

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