All of us have adverse experiences we split from our core sense of Self. Unfortunately, these pieces go unloved and unaccepted wreaking havoc in our lives and relationships. Yoga practice brings back into the fold the omitted chapters of our life. With loving compassion and understanding, Yoga sheds light on our shadows allowing us to catch a glimpse of that which we rejected and repressed. Yoga brings into focus the blind spots and patterns of thought and behavior that block us from entering the flow of being. With steady and regular practice, yoga heals the "injured child," and transforms the "victim" into a “Warrior.” Yoga forgives the "prostitute" who sells herself out rather than stand her truth. What Yoga demands is not blind submission and adherence to an external belief system, but alignment with the interior Witness. Yoga demands that we drop out of our head and into our hearts to fully enter the experience of now."