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Declaration of My Independent-Relationship Status: Yoga Mom.

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Relationship Status: Yoga Mom

The first two words that come to mind are scared and strong. 

I know that I may be both but it’s time, no it’s’ beyond time. When I begin to wonder back I see years behind me that could have taken any number of turns and then I come to terms with the fact that right now, this is where I am.

Funny thing is that I am not filled with regret, I’m filled with curiosity.

What will this mean for me, am I going to become one of those crazy single mom’s? Or will I hermit myself and dedicate every waking moment to my yoga and my children? For some reason I like the fact that that I will have the choice.

I’ve never been the best decision maker. Overall I think I excel at decision delaying.

My practice has always been one thing that has always been there for me. Through my pregnancies, c-section, weight gain and loss, studio opening and closing, a marriage, relationships and when everything else seems out of control, my practice is there.

If I can’t make a pose possible or break it down mentally then it’s all on me, it’s not about someone else in my way holding me back, showering my environment with negativity or in any other way telling me it’s not possible.

I love that.

My choice. My limits. My independence. My practice is forgiving, accepting and relentless.

My countdown has begun exactly one week from today my significant other will be moving out and life will begin to change—slowly at first. But gradually, I will continue to blossom into my own beautiful lotus, embracing change, awakening to my intuitive self and allowing at most minimally restricted svadyaya (self study).

Right now I will say: I will be. I want to say with full conviction: I am.

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Sinda Anzovino, E-RYT, CATYMT, former owner and teacher trainer of Yoga Journey RYS, currently teaches for Equinox Fitness, New York Sports Club, Crunch, Destination Maternity, White Plains Hospital and her sometimes 'A'-List' private clientele. She lives with her 2 children in Westchester, NY. Sinda has a fun and light hearted approach to her teaching that embraces all who study with her! Sinda writes for Bella NYC Magazine (www.bellanyc.com), Yoganonymous.com and Elephantjournal.com. Connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and check out her www.yogabysinda.com here.

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