Micah Lyn is an E-RYT 200 Experienced Yoga Instructor registered with the Yoga Alliance cataloging over 17,000 hours of professional studio experience. As the founder and lead instructor at Pachamama Yoga, she offers YACEP courses for continuing education for both virtual "non-contact" hours and "contact" hands-on workshops in Sedona, AZ for RYT's seeking to fulfill the CE requirements for registration renewal.
A message from our founder Yogini Guru:
"I've had the greatest breakthroughs in life when I'm the most vulnerable. When a life situation calls you out- you are able to see yourself like never before. This is why I practice yoga, because I can't hide. I have to confront myself everyday. Yoga holds me accountable to fulfilling my intention, which is to open my heart and share with the world what I have every single day." -Micah Lyn
Yoga keeps you conscious, it keeps you present. You wouldn’t even step onto your yoga mat unless you truly wanted to be the best version of yourself. You are here for a reason. The time you spend on your mat is the spiritual practice you dedicate to yourself and the universe. Yoga makes you take action from the deepest part of your being. Likewise, the more you study your body, the more you come back to the yoga studio. You begin to realize you’re part of a bigger consciousness of evolved human beings. The more you practice yoga, the more you realize that you’ve got work to do! That ‘work’ is to become the greatest version of yourself.
When we practice yoga, we start to pull out all those negative spaces that we hold onto in our body. If we push ourselves out of our comfort zone- fear comes up, doubt surfaces, anger rises, frustration emerges and righteousness takes over. By practicing yoga and pushing ourselves beyond our edge, we can start to get into these "stuck" places in our bodies. Through the kriyas (asanas) and pranayama (breath) are we able to surrender and let these negative emotions go.