About

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Welcome. I’m Taylor. 

I created Love and Tula to share yoga practices and techniques that help restore balance in the body, cultivate inner awareness, and encourage healing, to help one to achieve a pain-free body.

It’s estimated that 84% of womxn report pain with their cycle.

It’s my aim to help anyone with pain to understand that it’s not normal and share techniques and practices (postures, breathwork, mantras, meditation) to help them to persevere, heal and build a loving relationship with their cycle, so they may show up in the world as their most authentic selves.

I understand firsthand how healing is ignited when we learn tools that we can incorporate into our everyday lives.

I was diagnosed with endometriosis (endo) eighteen years ago. It’s a condition that impacts 10% womxn and causes painful, life-altering symptoms. I’ve been working to lessen the impact of my symptoms through practicing yoga daily and cultivating physical and spiritual practices that are healing and soothing for the body and mind.

It’s my hope that I can share something that will help you or someone that you know. I believe we can all heal and live well with time, resources, guidance, and love. 

I’m a registered 200 hour yoga teacher through Breathe. I am mid-way through my 300 hour certification as an Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga from Kripalu.

Thank you for taking the time to read through my story. I’m glad you’re here and I’d love to get to know you.

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Tula (तुला) means balance in Sanskrit.

Source: National Institute of Health

These pains you feel are messengers. Listen to them.

Rumi