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Welcome to our new Inspiring Women Series ~ please read the interview with beloved yogi Rachel Zinman ~ truly an inspiring woman in our books
Yoga has completely changed the way I see myself and the world around me. In fact, Yoga has revolutionised my perspective. Especially the meaning of Yoga,which is oneness. No longer seeing things as personal I am able to accept whatever life brings with an open heart.
Having the ability to say No when something goes against my intuition and values
That there are still ways that women are perceived in the world that go against what we actually are. I.e in capable in some way or other.
I have been shopping at Divine goddess since day one, I actually remember that my first purchase was at the Byron market and it was probably an eye pillow and a yoga mat. I am in love with your yoga pants and tops. Especially the Taranga Top!
I love the way they fit and also how you can find something no matter what your size or shape. Almost all my yoga gear is divine goddess so I feel really relaxed when I teach and share because I know I look stylish and presentable. I don’t feel that yoga teaching is about presenting an image or having to look a certain way, but it helps students focus when your own personal style isn’t distracting. Divine goddess yoga wear keeps the focus on Yoga!
I wish more people would be interested in what yoga is all about. The focus seems to be more and more on the physical aspect, which these days I wouldn't even call yoga. Real yoga is about understanding yourself and creation. The physical practices can never free you, they can only keep the body strong and healthy and set the ground work for knowing more.
Rather than trying to master postures learn to be a master of yourself!
I have a son and he is 23 ( nearly 24) I feel I have given him the gift I was given by my parents which is ‘be yourself!’ He is very much his own person, creative, talented and caring.
Yes absolutely! I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 42. At first I was devastated and in complete denial. I refused to believe it was true. I actually went through a period of losing faith in yoga. Then I went on Insulin and connected with a worldwide community of people living with diabetes and I realised that my yoga practice had given me so much. And not only that but that I could help others manage their diabetes with yoga like I had. I decided to write a book not only sharing my personal story, but a how to book, it’s called Yoga for Diabetes, How to Manage Your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda.. I am so excited that it will published in October 2017 and have world wide distribution. It’s going to hopefully help a lot of people with all types of diabetes live healthier and happier lives
My enthusiasm and work ethic. When I set my mind to something I always get it done.
For a long time, I felt like something about me wasn’t right. That I didn’t look right, or that I could never do the right thing. Yoga has helped me to see that there is nothing more right than being alive and that there is nothing I can do to be a better version of myself. Simply existing is enough. I think living with a chronic condition has helped me to come to terms with that.
To keep being consistent, to practice every day no matter what.
I can’t imagine being out of the community. It's a place to share, connect and stay inspired.
I am constantly out of my comfort zone because of my health condition. I live with the unexpected and yes with out yoga and the practices I would most likely be a nervous wreck! Yoga has literally saved my life
What a great story. I was diagnosed with T2 diabetes about 6 years ago at 58, seemingly a legacy of menopause. I’ve been dabbling in yoga for a number of years but never stick to a yoga practice. For some reason yoga has appeared on my horizon again and this time I want to make it a daily occurrence. I look forward to reading your book when it’s published.