What does it mean to be a spiritual warrior?
Being a spiritual warrior means you are shifting the status quo of ordinary living into an uncommon existence as a co-creator in your own life. This means acknowledging the mysteries and embracing a code of personal integrity as dictated by your soul, or true self.
You have heard the call (or quest) to pursue self-discovery and self-knowledge to live in greater alignment with your true self.
You understand that difficulties in life can be employed for spiritual purification and important learning and practice this awareness with intention, which involves looking beyond appearances and digging deeper.
You implement, with conviction, the known practices of the ages (such as meditation and yoga) to build and maintain a container for your spiritual growth, which is a practice of self-love.
You allow yourself time for introspection, rest and integration.
When Halli was told she may never walk again after a near-fatal car accident, she embarked on a healing journey, going far beyond mere recovery.
Halli is a certified spiritual life coach, senior level yoga & meditation teacher, and has been practicing and teaching for the past 25 years. She sources her transformative work with clients from years of studying ancient eastern philosophies (especially the yogic texts, Buddhist ideals, the Tao, and Aikido), science, modern depth psychology, creativity (visual arts, voice & movement) and mysticism. Along her healing journey, she became a licensed massage therapist, a certified craniosacral therapist, a reiki master, earned a B.A in Theatre Arts and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Studio Art.
Through her work, Halli aims to free women from not-enoughness through the timeless tools of meditation and yoga. Joyful, liberated living comes from self-knowledge and self-compassion, which are challenging to find in a capitalistic patriarchy. Women are naturally connected to the earth and possess an inherent spiritual knowledge that, when eclipsed or hidden, will cause deep suffering. The tools of meditation and yoga are crucial for women reclaiming their power and their connection to all life, where emotional independence and soaring self-esteem become the norm.