Eating Disorders. Self love. Self Worth.
And what it means to dissolve the ego while building the confidence we need for radical self acceptance.
About Bridget Lavin:
I began my transformative journey with yoga 17 years ago as a young girl. At the time I had no idea how much yoga would impact and shape my life. It wasn’t until my early 20s that I began to wake up to the wisdom of yoga. The practice brought me so much relief, joy, freedom, and deep peace that I felt compelled to dive deeper into its ancient teachings. I adventured to an ashram called Shoshoni Yoga Retreat Center where I received my 200HR certification. After a handful of years teaching I opened Lighthouse Yoga with the hopes of offering others the chance to experience the gifts and magic of yoga. I firmly believe as one person heals, the world heals, as one person wakes up, the world begins to stir.