Hi Beautiful People! I am Khadeshia Beam. My own healing along with life experiences are what fueled my desire to practice and teach yoga. I think all of the people placed in my life along with my experiences led me to Yoga.
I grew tired of my life being a constant struggle due to childhood trauma and unhealthy relationships. Committing to my self-work through implementing various holistic wellness practices to include yoga gave and give me a clearer mirror into me. Through my yoga practice, I began to see that my purpose is to do work that inspires others to heal through my lifestyle and mindful guidance. With consistent and connected practice of yoga and meditation, I continue to be more aware of the impact my well-being has me and every one I touch near or far; as well as how each individual's wellness affects not only themselves, it impacts our world.
Upon discovering all of the various aspects of yoga during teacher training, I came to realize that my mother gifted me with my first yoga experience off of the mat by nurturing me as a little girl, feeding me intuitively, facilitating nature experiences and gifting me first my journal for expression. My two children, my relationship with myself, with food and people both personal and professional are my yoga practice just as much if not more than the physical poses and meditation. My willingness to endure the process of my healing is yoga. The intuitive sensation I felt since a small child to help heal the world planted a seed of service oriented work within me.
Through social work, customer service, healthcare, work with children and autistic men, I realized that my purpose on this planet is to do work that transforms lives, promotes self healing, complete wellness and compassion through reconnecting with ones true self.
My yoga practice teaches me to experience and embody pure love regardless of obstacles, challenges and happenings in the world. It is imperative to me that I inspire myself and my students to be aware of the impact their well-being has on themselves and the world through guiding mindful yoga and meditation. I find gratitude in the fact that though I am a teacher; I am a life long student too. I am reminded of this as I learn so much from those who I guide. As I learn so much from both of my beautiful and brilliant suns (sons).
Yoga can be a life saving practice if a person is vested and utilizes the tools of the practice to develop their own intuitive practice. If one is ready to commit to themselves no matter what the process looks like or feels like.
I teach people to find their own way through self exploration, body exploration and breath exploration. I say the practice can be life saving because it can guide you to discover and or rediscover the power you have to be your own good doctor and mother. Therefore taking your well-being into your own hands.
Everyone no matter their age, race or size can benefit tremendously from yoga in its various forms. Some of which are mindful movement, meditation, holistic wellness and overall mindfulness.
Types of Holistic Wellness & Yoga Offered by Khadeshia