March 24, 2020 / Lacy Kemp / USA Cycling

If You Build It, They Will Come

Here Lacy shares the personal benefits she gained from engaging with yoga, and how that sparked her interest in sharing it with others. What started as her leading a few adhoc classes for friends in her “tree house” has now evolved into a twice-weekly yoga class attracting local cycling enthusiasts in Bellingham, Washington.

We are living in a strange time. It’s a cocktail of anxiety, fear, uncertainty, and topped off with a big old garnish of WTF. As someone who actively practices and sometimes struggles to stay on the healthy side of anxiety, I am hyper aware of how easily I can tumble over to the dark side. I’m finding it’s ever more important to keep active and clear my head while we watch the world deal with the pandemic. Are you on board? Here’s a long story about how I can help you.

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