Have you seen this heartwarming video? I myself tried to resist the repeated postings and “likes” on Facebook, but finally caved a few days ago and watched it. I cried. There was something so touching about Chelsea’s story – her own recovery from an eating disorder, the support she provides to her younger sibling, her daily efforts to work as a restaurant server as well as devote time to her passion and healer, yoga. She is truly inspirational and I was thrilled to “witness” her hard work be rewarded as she was presented with a fat cash tip, a trip to Hawaii, her dream job and a new car. Wonderful!
Chelsea Roff struck me as a survivor, a young woman who has worked to improve a life which came with an almost unfair share of challenges. One of the ways she has changed her life has been by devoting herself to the practice of yoga. Not content to reap the benefits of yoga without giving back, Chelsea has created a foundation to share yoga with others struggling with food issues.
Yoga as a therapeutic activity seems like a no-brainer, doesn’t it? Lest you think it is an opportunity not available in our area, allow me to direct your attention to some exciting local opportunities designed to provide yoga to those who may need it most – those who struggle with addiction and recovery and military veterans and their families. These free classes are designed to bring the benefits of yoga to people who may not otherwise be exposed or involved with yoga and the rewards practice can be bring to anyone.
Check out the offerings below, share the information with anyone you know who may be interested and contact The Hot Yoga Spot with any questions. Namaste.