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Q:  Tell us a little about yourself!  Where can we find you on the weekends, what’s your favorite food, yoga pose or guilty pleasure? Q:  I’ve heard yoga works wonders during pregnancy & plan on getting back to Ashtanga as soon as the morning sickness subsides!
Q:  You are currently based out of the Bahamas part time, then a world traveler the rest, but do you instruct outside of your area?
So, are you ready to sell your belongings, hop a plane to an island & start doing yoga? About Kortney CampbellI'm Kortney; a wife, natural mama and vegan in love with life, food and all things vintage!
Some choose this lifestyle for health reasons, many for ethical purposes or animal welfare and others for religious or environmental causes. DisclaimerVegan Housewives is a lifestyle blog where we express our own personal opinions, ideas and experiences. I was 11 and I think she thought I was just being a dramatic preteen, but I was dead serious! But after a lot of meditation and contemplation it came down to this: this is your life, you have one life, you are going to die, you are dying right now. And to be perfectly honest, I would suggest looking for someone who has first hand experience in it, as they will be most competent in properly articulating everything.
Can you tell us a little bit about your underwater yoga (pictured above) & can our readers still vote? Because I’m traveling so much, Skype has become an invaluable tool for me to stay connected with my students and also to take on new students that I otherwise would never have the opportunity to work with. I will be traveling alongside my husband this summer teaching the yoga counterpart to his freediving courses.
I've been vegan since December 2007, but have loved to cook & create pretty things since before I can remember. It is our intention that leave this immersion understanding how to apply the principles of yoga practiced in the studio into your daily life. I briefly met her my freshman year in college,  then years later, found her blog and was immediately inspired by her life & amazing story. As for my favorite asana, I guess I would have to say that right now I am really digging the back bends.
I started playing around with meditation around that same time and then got more serious with it by 15. Ayurvedically speaking I have a lot of kapha in my body and so this really helped to expel some of that and balance me out. When you are lying on your death bed is it going to matter if you did everything right, worked like a good girl, saved your money, bought a house, lived the American dream? I forgot everything that brought me here and resorted back to my negative thought patterns. I came along one summer in college to visit my grandparents and they brought him along to a family dinner. I can tell you this though -don’t do any inversions, twists, backbends, or strenuous pranayama!!
I’m also open to traveling and offering instruction any and everywhere that there is a demand!

I started Vegan Housewives because I don't think you have to give up the joys of food when going vegan! I’m really stiff in my back and am just now learning how to really create space in my spine. As I learned more about the philosophy I naturally found my way into the asana and foundational practices. I was able to go more deeply into my back bends and had so much more energy that I decided to just stick with it.
I didn’t know what to do, what to eat, and was still working to shed a lifetime of past pain. There was an instant attraction but I thought he was going to be a jerk since he was the world champion and traveled the world so I was set on not giving him any attention.  My grandparents kept inviting him along to do things and eventually we ended up spending some time together talking about yoga, philosophy and life.
Cultivating a loving, safe and healthy relationship with the practice and your body is the way to long term success. From daily ritual practices (Sadhana) to the food that you eat, this will be an opportunity to explore yoga on both a tangible and esoteric level.
I went in lock down mode and started to really dedicate myself to seeking out any and everything that worked to help me maintain a sense of balance and peace. I began to sabotage myself thinking I was not worthy of this dream, not worthy of my husband. It’s literally eat train eat train eat!!  When we are in Europe we do our best to maintain a normality but our training times are often replaced with teaching instead. We were so much alike that it was kind of surreal and one evening, after he had taught me some pranayama techniques he kissed me. I just finished my 500h training at the Sivananda Ashram and am on the lookout for my next opportunity to train…it is so important to always have someone helping you, even if you are a teacher already, there are always going to be better teachers out there for your to learn from. The movements of the arms strokes are like sun salutations and the breath retention (kumbhaka) really brings upon pratyahara full force leaving you face to face with nothing but your ego and those voices in your head. Learn how to express your body differently on the mat and leave expressing yourself differently in life.
I got lazy with my practice, stopped meditating, stopped eating well and started to treat my body poorly. It was a full moon and the most beautiful and perfect night I had ever experienced…it was so beyond anything physical, so surreal, that I was almost afraid to believe in it. Each day will begin with meditation, mantra, movement, and as the day unfolds so will the deeper teachings of this limitless practice.
I also started taking my frustrations out on my husband, which made me feel even worse about myself. Giving everything I have to give, loving the Earth, trekking her lands, getting as drunk off of love as possible. He continued to pursue me that summer even though we were apart and when he came to visit me on his way back from Europe to the Bahamas I began to realize that he meant business! While living in Arizona, she trained with Anusara teachers Jordan and Martin Kirk completing her first 200-hour Yoga Alliance® Teacher Training at At One Yoga. Maybe it was fueled by the depths of depression but at a certain point something happened and it just clicked. I wish I had known better or had the clarity and strength to just keep my head up and carry on. Upon completing her training she traveled to Auro Valley Ashram in India to further her studies.

I trusted, I believed that because my intentions were in the right place that I would be taken care of. My words of wisdom are to never stray from what you know keeps your mind right, be it meditation, art, surfing, running, whatever. Soon after she returned from India Katey knew that Yoga had become a path for her rather then a practice. Over the years Katey has studied various schools of yoga and developed a love affair with the Philosophical teachings of Tantra.
Most recently she has had the privilege to learn from a true Guru and credits her time with Dharma Mittra as life affirming and profoundly transformational.
As a massage therapist Katey weaves her passion for anatomy into each of her classes and has developed her own methodology of teaching that encompasses her love for all things Yoga.
Katey encourages her students to challenge themselves from a place of compassion, practice with purpose, and follow to the powers of divine intuition. Bedrooms are double occupancy, and have either a private bathroom or a bathroom shared between two rooms.The rooms at Casa Om are comfortable and beautifully designed with air conditioning and fans.
Drinking water and a small coffee maker are in each room, and most rooms have a small mini-fridge. Their food is guaranteed to help you be stronger and healthier on your trip.CuisineAt Casa Om we run a full gourmet vegetarian kitchen. We love to make gluten free and vegan meals as well.We will include breakfast each morning and dinner 4 nights out of the 6 you are with us. Those passionate about cuisine will find a like-minded soul.TravelCasa Om will arrange shuttle service to and from the airport. It is included in the price of the retreat.Casa Om is a 20-minute car ride from the airport (CUN) to Casa Om. There are multiple cenotes to visit that are much less crowded than those in the Tulum area and only about 30min away by car. Take off for an afternoon when the sun lights up the corals, tropical fish and sponges and search for turtles or reef sharks. Snorkelers can float above it all while snuba divers (no certification needed) can swim down into the tropical traffic. Either option will highlight why this area is protected and turned into a National Marine Park. This natural oasis is literally steps from our retreat center.Scuba If you’re a diver there’s twice the opportunity here, you can dive in the coral reefs or, for something a little different, take a cavern or cenote dive.
Tons of diving options await the intrepid.Akumal Sea Turtle Snorkel The warm Caribbean waters off of the Mexican Riviera boast sea turtle populations year-round. You can outfit with a dive shop to snorkel with these lovelies or head out with your own gear and see if you get lucky.Coba Ruins The Mayan ruins at Coba is one of the few sites in the Yucatan that is still relatively unrestored. The beautiful location is less hectic and touristy than other Mayan sites and is certainly worth the day trip.Casa Om Spa Whether you’re looking for an amazing massage or energy work, The Travel Yogi team can tell you first hand how amazing the team at Casa Om is.
Once the word gets out from the first few massages, they’ll book up quickly!Playa del Carmen Take a shopping trip, have a great meal, or just enjoy people watching on a trip to Playa del Carmen.

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