And not one of them contains the phrase, “swimsuit season.”
Spoiler alert: You do NOT have to love your body.
Your body WILL change as you grow, heal, age, and move throughout life. And real talk: It isn’t always easy.
If yoga is about coming as you are, and accepting all beings … why do we place so much attention on how our instructors look? Here’s what one teacher thinks.
What happens when a group of creative, strong high school students write essays and poetry about the experience of recovery, healing, and learning to love their bodies? These amazing, shareable quotes.
Jill Catherine thought that attending a lecture would provide her with the answers. What she learned was that she had to forge her own path to recovery.
It is just a number, my friend though you may not want to hear it,
The best thing we can do is take care of ourselves mind, body and spirit.
I want [my kids] to be exposed to diverse humans … and bodies … and experiences, so they can be aware of the lies we are sold about one size being beautiful or more capable than the other.