When you really believe in something, you study it, you master it, you own it, and then eventually you will likely want to spread it to others. Right now, I have two students that I am honored to call ambassadors: Brie Helmuth (NYC) and Bogi Sofi (Europe). I would like to share some insight on their journey toward becoming leaders in our tribe.
Brie Helmuth (competitive B-girl/breakdancer) is our New York ambassador for Clubbell Yoga, and has organized several upcoming events in the tri-state area to help deliver quality teaching of Clubbell Yoga to both the public, and potential instructor candidates for the upcoming Clubbell Yoga Certification Seminar. I will be returning to NYC this April 16/17 to educate a group of instructors at OmFactory in the fashion district (Note: VIP registration for this event ends on Feb 1st, so get your deposit in asap to reserve your space). But the real point of this article is about being an ambassador. Let's start with the definition:
Ambassador: persons who are known to represent certain professions,
The more I teach Clubbell Yoga, nationally and internationally, the more I start to see these brilliant people finding their ability to lead. It starts with discovering their teaching voice, then connecting with their bodies in a very focused and precise way... then it sort of takes off. The sky is the limit and we create our own realities. The more connected you are to your Truth, the more you can connect others with theirs. Maybe you are gearing up to be an ambassador of something else in your life, aside from this practice. If so, ask yourself:
If you are in the New York area, come check out Brie's workshop next month and get some hands on experience with this practice. You will be glad you did!
Engaged in the movement toward more functional fitness. Mama, entrepreneur, leader, mentor, and co-creator of Clubbell Yoga.
Co-Creator of Clubbell Yoga, Movement & Performance Specialist, Head Coach at RMAX International