How to Be Okay with Being You

Updated: Feb 3

Channel your inner BADASS that speaks your truth

It's no secret that when you're authentically you, you're putting yourself out there and being vulnerable. You're expressing yourself from your heart knowing that there are people out there who don't share the same views as you do. Some may choose to let you know they don't agree. You still put yourself out there anyway. You handle their disagreement with grace.

Your truth isn't up for debate, and you respect others opinions that may be different from yours. You can be diplomatic while still staying true to your beliefs and your heart.

This is how it goes sometimes when you let people know who you are what what you stand for. The beauty is that you'll also meet likeminded souls out there who share the same views as you and resonate with you so deeply.

Yoga really is about connection, and that happens when you can be yourself and accept yourself. How will you build a true connection with others if you don't open up and speak your truth?

Life is so short, and it's much more fun when you get to share your reality with likeminded peers. You'll only find them when you speak your truth. 💖

Do some BADASS YOGA with me this week and find your power! We'll move through a fun flow that will challenge your core to engage. You'll strengthen your core and increase your stability and strength.

This week's class sequence is listed at the end of this blog post!

AB TWISTS are one of my favourite ways to work into the core and a great way to add a bit of heat to an already warm flow practice. Core work like AB TWISTS will strengthen your core in a short amount of time.

Get yourself familiarized with AB TWISTS and then practice with me to the BADASS YOGA: CORE BURN FLOW either Live this Thursday or on demand in the FREE VIDEO LIBRARY after the class airs live.

BADASS YOGA is live every Thursday at 8pm ET on Zoom for 15 minutes!





  • strengthens the core

  • increases core awareness and agility


  • Pregnancy - check with your doctor

  • Back, neck, or disc injury

  • Low or high blood pressure

Getting Into the Pose:

  1. Lay down on your back. Bring your fingertips behind your ears and open your elbow wide. Bring your legs to reverse table with your calves parallel to the floor.

  2. Find the floor with your lower back and pull your belly button to your spine. Keep this engagement.

  3. As you exhale, bring your right elbow to your left knee as you extend your right leg

  4. Inhale come to centre, exhale switch sides bringing your left elbow to your right knee as you extend your left leg

  5. Continue to move from side to side

Alternatives & Options:

  • To lessen the intensity, keep your legs in reverse table and move only the upper body from side to side

  • Straighten your legs to make this more advanced

Coming Out of the Pose:

  • Hug your knees into your chest

Muscles Affected:

  • Entire core

Recommended Hold Times:

  • 1 breath per movement

Other Names for this Pose:

  • Bicycle Crunches



Practice this sequence with me LIVE on Thursday February 3rd at 8pm ET


  1. Reverse Table - Press into thighs

  2. Reverse Table - Alternate toe taps - dual leg toe taps

  3. Ab Twists - Straighten Legs

  4. Boat to Low Boat (Hollow Body)

  5. Legs Up - Alternating toe taps

  6. Scissor Legs

  7. Supported Bridge Pose

Repeat the flow again!


Check out my FREE VIDEO LIBRARY for more BADASS Yoga classes!

BADASS YOGA is live every Thursday at 8pm ET on Zoom and uploaded to my website video library afterward!

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