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Hello, I’m Ani.
I was 19 years old when I got married and moved to the US. I was 20 when I gave birth to my son. I was miserable. Living in the country without having family around, having no friends, and not knowing the language. I was staying home with my son and raising him by myself. I was anxious, unhappy, and unfulfilled.
At the age of 20, I hated my body because I gained 58 pounds during my pregnancy. My body was full of stretch marks. I was crying every single day until one day I decided to change my life and take control of it.
I was 6 months post-partum when I decided to let go of the excuses and I started working out. Then I started practicing yoga. After a while I became a certified yoga sculpt instructor. I started meal prepping. I was eating clean and working out a few times a week.
Then I decided to start my own blog because I reconnected with my passion for writing.
After a while, I did my 200-hour Power Yoga Training. I removed entertainment from my life completely. I was using all the free minutes I had to consume the educational videos, podcasts, and information that was stretching my mindset.
I was working on myself every moment I could. I was tired of being unhappy, I was tired of waking up with a tightness in my chest, and I was tired of being angry and anxious. I wanted to be happy and I was trying, very hard.
I wrote a book, while I was moving to Hawaii, completing my 200-hour training, and being a stay-at-home mom.
I learned how to drive and took my driver’s license. I lived in a van with my toddler and a husband for 8 months and traveled to 30 states. The story would never end and there is so much more to my story. All of it sounds so easy but I have put my blood and sweat as they say into transforming myself and my life.
I have worked on releasing generational and childhood traumas almost every single day. I monitored my thoughts every conscious moment I had. I have tried Krav Maga, meditation, yoga, CBT, journaling, mirror work, and many other techniques or tools as a way of releasing the old pain, unconscious habits, subconscious programming, and childhood traumas. I have done a huge amount of inner work.
Because I have supported myself I was able to support others in uncovering their own true selves. I am still uncovering myself and I’m still to this day working on myself because we learn until we die. Absolute knowingness also means endless, so I have so much more to investigate about myself, the universe, life, the world, and the people in it.
By healing my own soul, I encourage my surroundings to heal theirs. By becoming the best version of yourself you are going to encourage your own surroundings to do and be the same. By healing one human we Create a Ripple Effect of Healing.
Our beliefs determine our lives. What you choose to believe will become true to you, and what I believe becomes true to me. Together we will *update* your life, by *updating and editing* your belief system. I’m here to guide you towards the best version of your own self.
A Guide For Women Who Are Ready To Transform> Embodiment Yoga Teacher> A Writer> A Truth Seeker> A Published Author> A Podcast Host> A Mother> A Lover> A Traveler>A Master of Organizing and Decluttering> A Tarot Reader> Coach For Mothers> A Divine Feminine Force> A Thinker > An Action Taker> A Warrior
Let’s Create a Ripple Effect Of Healing Together.
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Ani is a multi-talented individual who has made a significant impact in the wellness and personal development industry. Ani developed an early interest in health and fitness. She went on to become a Certified Power Yoga Teacher and Certified Yoga Sculpt Instructor, helping people to achieve physical fitness and wellness.https://www.spreaker.com/user/iamrefocusedpodcast/ani-rich-author-of-the-book-back-to-your
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