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photo credit:  james jackson

photo credit: james jackson

happy new year!


i hope that the last 16 days of 2019 have been insightful for you! this year is going to be different, i can feel it in my bones! it is going to be the year we experience life in a softer way. in a way we did not in 2018, and in a way we can yield to what the year asks of us without fear or shame.


2018 was BIG for me! i saw and served in ways i did not realize i was capable. i took major risks and i pushed hard toward what i believed in. this year, i have but one intention; BLOOM. if my actions, deeds, and words, do not feed my intention, i will not pour any energy into them.


in 2018, i learned the true value of each of my relationships, as well as my role in them. and perhaps most important, i learned that on the other side of fear is grace.

 

amidst a new calendar year, an opportunity to start over, i invite you to set just one intention.

 

here is to your becoming, to your blooming wherever you are planted, to your trajectory, with abundance on your side, and to a new year filled with endless possibilities! 

 

as you sit and reflect on 2018, ask yourself, was it a year of questions or answers? also, ask what 2019 wants for you? part of my blooming this year is undertaking an advanced yoga teacher training at bethel farm -- i am so ready to learn how better to serve through my teaching. i have been following bethel farm for years, and delighted to grow through their training.

 

PS: the women’s yoga retreat to Ethiopia has only 4 slots left! curious what the plan is? send me a note to make your $500 deposit and i will send you our plans in print! 

 

i want to support you where you need it the most!


 

big love,


Nya.

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Nya Alemayhu

Nya Alemayhu is an author, entrepreneur, wellness coach, and yoga teacher based in Washington, DC. Nya began her physical asana practice in 2004 while attending university. She received her first teaching certificate in 2013 and has been sharing the gift of yoga ever since.