My name is Hudson Leick. I’ve been practicing yoga since I was 23 years old. It began in New York City and after each class I would find such peace and calm.
Experiencing that, at that time, was completely new and strange. Being lucky enough to practice with many different teachers, I learned so much more than perfecting a yoga pose. I learned to breathe, to be fully present in this body. While learning not over-push, being willing to try something completely new allowed me to lighten my mind and my heart.
Coming from a very dark place in my teens and twenties, I believe yoga saved me. Opening me up, I was able to release a lot of unprocessed pain. Many times crying in class without knowing why, I slowly learned and keep learning how to accept the self as it is. Through yoga I deeply connected to spirituality – something at time I did not believe in and, in fact, the mere thought of it made me angry and now my whole life is dedicated to just that.
I love teaching. I love being in the same room with people wanting to grow beyond what they know. It is a privilege to watch people expand – to just have the courage to step into the yoga room and breathe deeply, maybe for the first time in their lives, and move.
My intention is to empower people and create a sacred space that allows them to fully bloom into their authentic selves. This sacred space is safe, loving, and non-judgmental so that people can explore and play within their own beings. It is a space where people are safe to dive deep within themselves, to unravel pain and stress they may have been holding for years so that they can connect to their innate being of joy, freedom, and self love.
Yoga has continued to open me, soften my heart, and heal aspects of my life that deeply needed healing. I’m filled with gratitude to be able to offer this to others.
I want to take this moment to welcome you. I am interested, excited, and grateful to meet all those who feel called for this co-creation.