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8 Tips for New Cycling Teachers

I’m still a fairly new cycling teacher myself, but having a new and fresh perspective on teaching as well as talking with and seeing some friends starting to teach, I put together a list of things I’ve learned pretty fast out of the gate. I’d love to hear your thoughts on new cycling teacher tips as […]

And then there was yoga…

I was a mess. I was heartbroken. I thought the sky had fallen around me. I was curled up, in my bed, in clothes multiple days old, surrounded by dirty dishes that held copious amounts of cheese items (cheese dip, cheese & crackers, cheese cubes, cheesecake, etc). Something had to give, immediately. A best friend […]

Solo

A lot of my friends and family think I’m crazy for traveling solo… ‘you’re going to fly across the world alone?!’ is what I hear from them. Yes, yes I am. Don’t get me wrong, it’s terrifying. Going to a new place, especially a new country, knowing no one, maybe not even the language – […]