Ponytails get in the way.
You can’t french braid your hair at a red light.
Bangs are the devil’s work.
Just stop doing your hair. Really.
Downward dog is still not awesome.
Chair pose is awful when you do it every day.
I don’t know everything.
In fact, I barely know anything.
Ayurveda is fascinating.
I am kapha pitta.
Crying is expected.
Anatomy is complicated.
Does anyone know what a rectus femoris is?
(It’s a muscle in your quads. I’m so smart now.)
You have to step outside your comfort zone.
Warning: It’s not going to feel great.
Everyone has an opinion on what you’re doing.
Sometimes it helps.
Sometimes it doesn’t.
You can’t eat a big breakfast because you might throw up during yoga.
You can’t eat too little, because then your stomach will cry for help during bridge pose.
Finding your voice as a teacher will take time.
You’ll get there.
Speaking to a group won’t kill you.
Ask more questions.
Don’t expect to get it all at once.
If you cry, you’re entitled to ice cream.
Enjoy the experience.
Teaching yoga poses is fun.
People vibrate at different levels.
Surround yourself with people who bring you up, not down.
There is still much to learn.
There is a lot to read.
You can’t do it all.
Don’t let your yoga stress you out.