Meet Bri @ohhsilly sharing her #yogasavedmylife story with us. These are her words 💚

"For so long I have felt alone, powerless, mute. I have always been fighting some sort of demon. I struggle with depression, anxiety, endometriosis, & let’s just call the rest of the nonsense LIFE. It wasn’t until getting older I was able to recognize I still had to heal, I still needed help. And not from anyone else"

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"I remembered that I liked to be alone and in tune with myself for long periods of meditation to calm my anxiety and nerves as a young teenager

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I started back doing two to five minutes a morning of meditation. It later developed to ten minutes of yoga at least two to three times a week. I slowly started to recognize more of myself

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I was happier, more in tune with myself, and more open for information. I Found myself to be patient and calmer in typical aggravating situations. I now feel in control of my anxiety and depression, something I never thought was possible. I now do yoga at least once a day, sometimes twice a day

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Through consistency, I know yoga has saved me from self-destruction. The transitions are just as important as the poses themselves. When I stop to unwrap that, I am able to see that the transitions in yoga are the transitions and chapters we face on our journey. Everything is just magnified

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Remembering this helps me stay calm and focused on the end game. I also love the challenge and stretch my body endures. In the end, there is only good energy

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As I continue to fight my past and inner demons I know with consistent practice I will come out on top. I know I am capable of more and yoga helps me fight to see what that could be

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I am very thankful for yoga.

So in the end, it's yoga for me!"

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