Hey guys! This page was previously dedicated to yoga. I stopped teaching almost two years ago and I am in the process of discovering my path as an educator and vulvodynia advocate. I am unsure of how long this transitional phase will last, but I appreciate your presence. Stay tuned. All good things take time.
Here I am, almost two years after I created this website, re-writing my bio. I hate this part. I have never been able to pinpoint what makes me, me.
This page was initially created when I was a yoga teacher. While I will always hold a special place in my heart for yoga, we’ve grown apart. My movement practice and knowledge has evolved greatly which left me to feel confined by the practice in a traditional sense.
What I do know is that I continue to feel driven to teach and share. My thirst for learning comes from my fascination with people. I have always been intrigued by the human experience. But what do I do with that? Well, that’s what I’m figuring out.
I still love movement and I still believe it’s medicine, physically and emotionally. I still advocate for vulvodynia. I still share my struggles with mental health. I still love to help people. I know there is an educator in me, but I’m giving myself space to figure out how to bring it all together. I guess you could say I am stepping back to move forward.
Perhaps I’ll never be able to define what I’m “about.” I not worried though. I have a lot to say and a lot to offer, and this is the place to do it.
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Since “coming out” of the vulvodynia closet a few years ago, I have connected with hundreds of women with the same condition through social media. When my pain was at its worst I desperately wanted to speak to someone like me. To now bthee that person for other women by sharing my story and knowledge … Continue reading So, You Have Vulvodynia. Now What?
I was diagnosed with vulvodynia and vestibulitis in 2010, after suffering with excruciating vaginal pain for three years. It has been one hell of a journey. Thankfully, through an interdisciplinary approach, I am now pain free. I vowed to learn as much as I possibly could about my body and how the pain affected all aspects of my life. I knew that one day I would find the courage to advocate for others experiencing this isolating condition. That day has finally come.
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