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An Introduction

My name is Delaney, call me Dee or Lainey. I am a practitioner of yoga (always learning, growing, shifting), a fiancée, mother, techie, globetrotter, beat to my own drum, lover of words, philosophizer. Yet I’m human. I struggle with sadness, I have highs and lows, I wonder if I’m on the right path (is there even a path?). I’m not always happy (& why are we supposed to be always happy when life is HARD?). I’m curious, I enjoy exploring the physical world 🌎 📸 & the world within 🧠 📓. I like technology, I get frustrated when things are inefficient & cumbersome, yet I hang dry my laundry. I’m trying to be more empathetic. I’m listening…

I’ve practiced yoga from 14 years old, when my mother had me go to hot yoga, to early morning classes in uni, late-night sessions after work, midday practices, finding a random studio whilst traveling. I have taken yoga in 🇩🇪, 🇫🇮, 🇮🇳, 🇲🇽, 🇺🇸, and 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿. I found that it saved my life during times of extreme isolation, loneliness—keeping me anchored. It brought me community during many long days of overtime.

I graduated from my Yoga Teacher Training six weeks before the pandemic. I pivoted to offer online classes on March 21, 2020. Until August 2021 (when I went on maternity leave), I offered at least one class per week.

After a while, I realized I should use my tech skills from my job in technology for those who need help in that sector. So, I expanded my offerings to help other yoga teachers & small businesses get online to harness their platform.

As my life had dramatically shifted—I’ve had some time to reflect during the past weeks.

I am looking forward to helping you in your journey; whether that’s through yoga: asana (the physical practice) or Pranayama (breath-work); Or with your technology needs (website, social media, business planning, research, etc.) I can help guide you, hold you accountable, & traverse through this voyage of life with you. 🤝

So, it’s nice to meet you.

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