Do you remember what you did a week ago Tuesday? What about three weeks ago Wednesday? According to Yeah Dave Yoga.com's David Romanelli, life can be a big blur. "What good is a day where you answer all your voice mails, and respond to all your emails, and check off all your to-do's... if you fail to have one moment of pleasure," he says.
Romanelli believes that intuition can be a part of getting back into balance. He advises accessing it by remembering what it's like to feel good, which is often lost in the daily grind. That's the premise behind his popular "Yoga Chocolate" and "Yoga Wine" classes, and his new book, "Yeah Dave's Guide to Livin' in the Moment."
"Being a yogini or living a perfect life is not necessary," he says, advising to "embrace everyday passions as a gateway to what feels good." According to Romanelli, those good feelings serve as the standard to when deciphering what's right for your life. Without that, he says "it's like imputing the wrong address in the GPS."
Romanelli's book, which has been featured in O Magazine, shares fun, funny, irreverent stories from his ten years as a yoga teacher. He will offer a three-day workshop at Mii Amo spa in Sedona, Arizona in December. For more information, visit YeahDave.com.
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