Adria White - Teacher
Yoga entered my life by happenstance. I was looking for ways to fill my days while my husband was traveling for work and my boss at the time suggested I try yoga. From that first practice, I knew that yoga was something that would stay in my life forever. After the first year of taking yoga classes, I knew that it was something I wanted to teach so I could share it with others.
A fellow classmate told me, “going through the yoga certification program may change your life and affect you in ways you might not have thought possible.” I took this statement with a grain of salt at first, but about half-way through the program, I felt a shift within myself. I wanted to be more involved in the community and help others by sharing my knowledge of yoga with them. Yoga has made a huge impact on my life and has helped me through some stressful situations, and I believe that it is important that others also might also have these same experiences. I believe that ULP is a great way to share how yoga and its philosophies can be a place of support and guidance during times when it may be most needed.
When I am not spending time at ULP, you can usually find me reading a good book, running, or playing piano. I also enjoy music and going to concerts.
My Mantra: Do something today that your future self will thank you for.