GROVELAND, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — When you realize the path you are on is no longer meant for you, itâ€™s often intimidating and overwhelming to even know where to begin.
Yoga offers a completely different way to help people navigate the struggling and challenges of life and depression.
Susan Proper is a yoga teacher and holistic life coach.
â€śI teach yoga and coach women because Iâ€™m passionate about other women finding their paths,â€ť says Susan. â€śItâ€™s about helping women step out from their shadows and into their own glorious light. I love to share what Iâ€™ve learned so other women can feel the joy of being their best self, maybe for the very first time in their lives.
Susanâ€™s journey began five years ago after leaving a successful corporate career.
â€śThe longer I stayed in the corporate world, the more I realized that the lifestyle was not who I was,â€ť says Susan. â€śI had a lot of fear and self-doubt. It was my comfort zone so I stayed there. It wasn't until I realized my wellbeing, mental and physical was being affected that I decided to do something to take care of myself.â€ť
Suddenly facing depression and complete lack of purpose, thatâ€™s when Susan discovered yoga.
â€śYoga set me on a path of self discovery and self healing.â€ť
â€śThe breath work of yoga, the physical work of yoga, the meditative part of yoga is all about introspection,â€ť says Susan. â€śI found my soul sisters at my yoga studio, but more importantly, I found myself.â€ť
Susan specializes in Yin Yoga. Practitioners of Yin Yoga hold poses for longer periods of time to engage the deep tissue.
â€śYin yoga is not restorative yoga. It's not Vinyasa flow where you incorporate movement and hold poses for 30 seconds. Weâ€™re holding a pose anywhere from three to seven minutes. Itâ€™s also more introspective than traditional yoga.â€ť
Yoga changed Susanâ€™s life. She believes it can help change yours, too.
â€śI want to give back to women,â€ť says Susan, â€śwomen who are searching for change. Maybe they've lost a job, they're divorced, depressed, not themselves anymore. Letâ€™s talk.â€ť
Close Up Radio will feature Susan Proper in an interview with Jim Masters on March 2nd at 2pm EST
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If you have any questions for our guest, please call (347) 996-3389
For more information, visit www.susanproperyoga.com
Source: EIN Presswire