On Being the Fat Yogi in the Group Picture

I can pinpoint with absolute laser accuracy the moment when, during my second weekend of 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training, I started to fully question my decision to take on this challenge. Halfway through our first day of the weekend, we’d completed two hour-long classes and a mindfulness workshop, and I was feeling good. Sweaty, stinky, and sure to be sore over the next several days, but good nonetheless.

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Writer & Strategist. Elder Millennial, cat fan, bibliophile, TV fiend, beauty & skincare connoisseur, neurodiverse polymath, stargazer. She/her.

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Writer & Strategist. Elder Millennial, cat fan, bibliophile, TV fiend, beauty & skincare connoisseur, neurodiverse polymath, stargazer. She/her.

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