Wellness Coach For Entrepreneurs

My Story

 

I was only 18 years old when I hit my bottom.

I was working and studying so much that a friend had to drag me to the hospital because I was so sick. Then, I was broken up with. I was miserable and alone. I didn’t know how to feel better. Until a friend brought me to a yoga class. It sucked because I didn’t know how to do it but I kept going back because I felt good. I developed a regular practice where I became addicted to feeling that good and I wanted to be the best at yoga in the world. For a couple years, I did what every teacher told me to do with my body to get the perfect pose. Until I hurt myself, and I couldn’t do yoga physically anymore.

That’s when I realized yoga was more than just a physical practice. 

I realized how much I had changed and healed in my mind and body. Then it spread into my relationships, work, and rest of my life. Naturally, I wanted to share this with others who want to heal and change their lives. In 2015, I completed a Level I Reiki training. Then went to Santa Teresa, Costa Rica to get certified as a 200-HR Yoga Teacher. In 2018, I completed a Level II Reiki training. And I attended countless other workshops, mentorships, and trainings. I tried so many different tools and methods of healing over the years that have led me to today.

I created Becca Rich Wellness so I can help people develop a regular yoga & meditation practice that is functional for their body and healing for their minds.

 

Cant’ find the time to
practice yoga regularly?

Sign up for the Weekly Yoga Action Tracker to successfully create a routine that will easily keep you calm and balanced.

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Becca has the brightest, most beautiful personality, and she brings that energy and benevolence to all that she does. It’s always a joy to be in her presence, and to follow her lead in movement and intention!
— MARY ELLA, MARYLAND USA
 
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It’s time to create greater diversity and inclusiveness.

 

The way yoga is taught has become a reason for lack of diversity in the practice. Yoga is focused on slender, athletic, and flexible people.

That’s unrepresentative of what I believe yoga is about.

The need to include and honor greater variety of race, age, gender, body type, is necessary. 

That’s why I am committed to donating a percentage of proceeds to organizations focused on creating more diversity and inclusiveness in our world. And personally strive to teach a type of yoga that celebrates every person, every body, and every soul.

Please consider donating to the Project Peaceful Warriors or Kirtan Wallah Foundation.

 
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