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I have been a “fixture” at the Lone Rock School for 6+  years now. It began with a phone call from a woman I didn’t even know. She was looking for a yoga instructor to lead their 7 am class. The previous instructor had a conflict that wasn’t going to allow her to teach anymore. I was a brand new yoga teacher at the time and was thrilled to be invited to “audition” for this position. I arrived at the school, taught a one hour class and the rest is history. I’m still teaching there two mornings a week at 7 am. Some of my students are teachers at the school and some are community members.

In the 6 years I have become familiar with their practices, their bodies, their strengths and their limitations. They have endured surgeries and broken bones. These students have lost parents, children, siblings and pets. Spouses of the group have gone through cancer treatments. I have witnessed marriages ending and relationships blossoming.

Forget the warrior poses – these women are REAL LIFE WARRIORS!

They live their lives with grace, dignity and a sense of humor which has enriched my life tremendously.

The divine in me honors the divine in each and every one of you!






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  • Reply Cheryl Blaquiere

    Great story Martha! That’s truly how I feel about my Lockwood school yoga class. I’ve known most of these ladies s cell my 34 and 35 year old kids were in grade school there.

    January 27, 2017 at 5:04 am
  • Reply Nancy

    Thank you, Martha for your devotion to our group. I know we all cherish you as a friend, yoga guru and especially as our inspiration. You teach us not just yoga but how to go out in the world with a spirit of Love and Openness. Peace be with you, N

    January 27, 2017 at 10:40 pm
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