Greetings! Or as I like to say, “Namaste!”—which roughly translates to “the Divine light in me acknowledges the Divine light in you.”
I love this word not only because I’m a yoga teacher (and we’re expected to namaste our way through life) but because namaste invites understanding. We live in a digital world of smartphones, tablets, and televisions—but sometimes we confuse those devices with real connection.
I’m not here to pontificate (okay, I just wanted to use that big word); rather, I’m here to offer an opportunity to truly connect.
Let’s dig deep and find that inner-you, that core company mission, that story that’s waiting to be written.
That’s what lights me up.