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#3 imagined life

I work with several Spas around the world (literally) and have been blessed with the opportunity to work at a couple of annual Yoga Retreats in Bali and Thailand, too. The way that it works out is that I spend about 4-5 months every year in Asia, of which I work 3 months and invest the remaining time into continuing my studies with my teachers. • Since I got my Green Card for America I have to make sure that I maintain it by spending a solid chunk of time in the States each year, in that time I generally dedicate 2 months to scheduled workshops, which I co-facilitate at a handful of Yoga Centers that I have built a relationship with since I first came to America a few years ago. • The centres are mainly dotted around California, which is good because this way the travelling doesn’t get too much. But occasionally I will spend a week in Portland or all the way south in San Diego or back up North again at …

#2 an imagined life

We rent a semi0industrial unit, which we converted into Jason’s Glass Studio and my Thai Massage Treatment Sanctuary. We share an entrance area in which some of Jason’s most beautiful glass pieces are on permanent display. Jason runs 3 Tai Chi Classes a week from the Sanctuary Space and has 12 regular students and of course some drop ins. They pay $140 each a month and are pretty dedicated. • I offer Thai Massage Treatments and recently added Essalen Massage and Ayurvedic Treatments. As I am only in this space part time I share it with 2 other holistic practitioners and a reliable Yoga Teacher who looks after my students when I am gone. It was a bit tricky to set up but it works well now. …