On this episode, I’m joined by yoga teacher and holistic health coach Rosie Acosta. Rosie shares her personal story of growing up in East L.A. in the 90s where chaos and violence surrounded her daily. By the time she was a teen, she’d been arrested, she was physically unhealthy, and she didn’t see much of a future for herself. And yet, here she is now, living a bright, fulfilled life.
Her story is inspiring and speaks to the power of the human spirit and the power of a dedicated yoga practice. ✨ “The minute I walked into that room, I felt like I was home.” ✨
- How one of the biggest mistakes of her life as a teen was actually a catalyst for positive change
- The internal conflict of wanting to create a better life for herself while knowing that the family feared losing her if she “got out”
- How growing up with instability created a deep internal craving for stability
- How she juggled several jobs and explored different paths before finding the right fit with yoga
- Her advice for finding the right yoga teacher for you
This interview is a must-listen for anyone who has ever felt the odds are against them.
More about Rosie Acosta:
Rosie Acosta is an Inspirational Speaker, Yoga & Meditation Teacher and a Yoga Teacher Trainer, a Holistic Health Coach. As the founder of Radically Loved: Yoga, Health + Wellness, she is also the host of the Radically Loved Radio podcast.
In all of her work, Rosie teaches and practices being guided by radical love every day and connecting to that through yoga, diet, affirmation, self-inquiry, and curiosity. In helping others find their unique gifts and fire within, she aims to create practices and connect with people in a way that will help everyone live radically loved lives together.
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RECOMMENDED AND RELATED LINKS
Radically Loved podcast (Look for episode 161 for Rosie’s interview with me. We had so much fun.)
Rosie’s writing on YogaJournal.com’s
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