2020 Vision

Hello Everyone!

FINALLY after two years establishing my website, I’m writing a quick blog, sheesh! The reason I did not manage my website the way I wanted was due to my school career. I started my doctorate in education in the fall of 2014 and was supposed to be completed by spring 2017. After a few setbacks due to relationships, relocating to a new state, getting adjusted to the workforce, and just a lack of interest after the multiple setbacks, I got refocused and was DETERMINED to finish my degree, no matter what!

I became very disciplined this past fall and minimized my social activities to mainly include only finishing my proposal and dissertation. After defending my research, I was finished with the program, or so I thought. Technically I am done with my degree, but now waiting for my dissertation to be published, which seems to be taking forever!

In the meantime I have resumed my practice that I had neglected since this past summer, but definitely glad that I now have the space at home to get back into a regular flow. Since my defense, I have returned to teaching, updated my booking schedule, added additional classes with descriptions, and officially registered for an online yoga teacher training (YTT) course. I hope to be completed no later than the end of February of this year.

I look forward to growing and learning from my students and supporters. Thank you to everyone that has helped me during these past two years motivating my doctoral studies and encouraged me to continue teaching on and off the mat.

Here’s to 2020!

Love Light & Positive Vibes,

(Dr.) Yoga

One Reply to “2020 Vision”

  1. Namaste could quite possible be the most beautiful word ever said in yoga. There are many interpretations, my favorite being: “The divine light in me bows to the divine light in you.” That’s how I felt when I had the opportunity to participate in yoga with Dr. T on the Waterfront in Detroit Michigan. We were doing yoga poses on a crisp Saturday morning with a gentle breeze at our chests and the sun on our backs. Doing yoga on the waterfront was a beautiful experience. I felt my body was transformed by the yoga poses that elongated my body out of tightness and stress to a relaxed state of physical calmness. Thank you Dr. T’Challa Stuckey!

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