Birthing a New Creation
Its been 6 months of gestating and I’m finally feeling like how a pregnant wombyn might around the week or 2 before she gives birth…anticipation for whats to come, excitement, a little nervous, and ready already!!!
Our grand opening is in a week, and that’s when we give birth. Jocelyn Fee, Kailey Outram and I that is…we’ve been working our butt’s off these last couple months trying to get things together, and I have to say, for our first business venture, we are doing pretty well. I am proud of us!
I didn’t know these ladies very well before this new journey began. But my intuition usually never fails me… Luckily we all have similar taste in furniture, and we work remarkably well together. There is a nice flow and we compliment each other really well.
Jocelyn Fee is a fellow Yogini, massage therapist, and is a mommy to a wonderful baby girl Lola Lupe. She looks more hippie than any of, but I’d have to say is the most business savvy of us all. ( She hides her business cap most of the time:)) Kailey Outram is sweet, strong, supportive, and steady in her endeavors to help create the perfect hub for practitioners and community members here in Long Beach. Did I forget to mention that she is an AMAZING massage therapist and a great cook! This gal has got some skillz!!!
And well, most of you know me. I teach Yoga, and I like to draw pretty Henna designs on mama’s bellies. I like to cook yummy Ayurvedic foods and study holistic health modalities and how it can heal me and others. Did I mention I used to fire dance in the streets of Guatemala and hang off a silk in the jungles of Costa Rica with a bunch of circus folk?
Anyhow, this new business venture feels so good because it’s in alignment with where I am on my spiritual path. It’s a reflection of the inner work I’ve gone through, and the work that lies ahead. And this journey doesn’t end anywhere, I know that.
I am SO excited to share myself and this new creation that is being birthed!!! This “project” couldn’t happen without the support of my friends, students, and the community of Long Beach. I feel so grateful to have such wonderful and talented people around me. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!!