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WARM-UP


THE PULSE OF CERTIFICATION


My journey to Namaste


Nathalie Lacombe membership and


certification director


did I know at that time, that this journey of mind-body fitness education would have a profound and personal effect on me. After taking part in the


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YogaFit Level 1 training in May, I decided that no one should be deprived of yoga like I had. Simply put, I felt yoga wasn’t accessible to me. I’ve been involved with fitness for 20 years but had suf- fered from the misconception that I wasn’t flexible enough, spiritual enough, and too “high energy” to enjoy yoga…never mind ever be a toga teacher. I think there may have been an elitist misconception about yoga that seemed like a world away from where I was. To say that my YogaFit Level 1 training blew those misconcep- tions out of the water is an understatement. Never for one moment did I feel like I wasn’t good enough, like an outsider, etc. Instead, I immediately felt included in a family where everyone has their place no matter where they come from or what they bring to the table. With humility and just


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enough confidence I offered 30 minute classes and completed my community service. My joy when being handed my Level 1 certificate by Marketing and Hosting Manager and Master


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Trainer Paul Galloro is evident in the photo above! What I’ve learned is that my journey is just beginning; I’ve signed up for three more YogaFit® trainings in 2013 in


order to continue learning, growing, and accepting. The greatest lesson so far: it’s yoga practice, not yoga perfect! I look forward to sharing space with you on the mat!


wo years ago canfitpro selected YogaFit® as our preferred partner of yoga education. Little


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