30 Day Challenge of Being Present with Yoga | Yogavibez

<<~GRATITUDE~>> Is how I need to begin this post. I had taken a couple yoga classes here and there over the years but nothing consistent. Until April 2019, when I was in a bad place emotionally, mentally and physically. I was having horrible anxiety and some weird physical ailments that after visits to the doctors was told nothing was wrong. I told myself at that point it could have been physical manifestations of the anxiety I felt. Besides seeing a doctor, getting treated with acupuncture and chiropractic care (both of which I still do and firmly believe in) I decided to give yoga another try. Started with 2 days a week, and moving to 3 days and even some times 4 days! Going consistently really brought me to a centered place where I was no longer feeling the physical ailments, and also found stillness which has always been a struggle for me. I loved it! I needed it!

After going regularly for over 6 months, the studio I go to presented a challenge. 30 days of yoga in 45 days, to remain present during the holiday season, to keep a balance in our lives during what can be a very stressful time of year. I have NEVER taken a challenge, but thought this was fitting. I really didn’t know if I would be able to complete it, but I went into it with an open mind and thought hey why not go every day I can. 31 days later, I have done 30 classes in that many days, and I have to say it has made the biggest difference in my life! Not only am I in the best shape of my life, feeling stronger than ever, I also have the tools to find that stillness and balance when I need it, because of all I have learned from the amazing teachers at Yogavibez. 

Now that I have completed this challenge, I will continue to go every day that I am able, as it brings me peace, happiness and the stillness my mind and body need to be a productive and loving human being every day. Yoga may not be for everyone but follow the path your mind and body lead you down, for it will bring you to a place of peace. Be present every day, enjoy the little things and continue to be the best human you can.


Natalee DeHart

I moved to the Eastern Shore to enjoy a slower pace of life after spending several years working in fast-paced settings. Earning a BA from Towson University and an MA in Education from Loyola University provided me with the drive to progress in many business fields. As the owner of Good Clean Fun Life, an arts and entertainment magazine online, I have had the opportunity to spread good vibes, promote entertainment, artists, and events across the Mid-Atlantic region. GCFL provides me with many opportunities to practice a few of my favorite hobbies: photography, socializing, and blogging. GCFL is now headed in a new and exciting direction, allowing me to grow this into a full time venture in Digital Promotion using Content Strategy and Media Production.