Meet some of The Happie House’s most dedicated students

JULY 2019

What Yoga Means to Me

Marian Corrigan in the dancer’s yoga pose in front of yellow wall and The Happie House sign

by Marian Corrigan


Yoga provides me the much needed time away from everything else, so that I can practice self-care like I never have before.  Recently, I made significant changes to my diet, prioritizing my own health over simply attaining a certain number on a scale.  Yoga is a critical component of my holistic approach to living my best life and has become something I look forward to daily.


Lindsay Schwartz in camel yoga pose in front of yellow wall and The Happie House sign

What Yoga Means to Me

by Lindsay Schwartz

Practicing yoga is the best thing that's happened to me in my adult life. After college, I struggled to find a form of exercise that satisfied me both mentally and physically. Four years later, I gave yoga a chance and the rest is history. Yoga is more than just saying "om" and performing sun salutations. It has become my life force. My practice has allowed me to better myself in so many ways and I am eternally grateful. It has taught me to take life on breath at a time


What Yoga Means to Me

Marium Sultan in tree yoga pose wearing pink tank top pink pants in front of yellow wall and The Happie House sign

by Marium Sultan

Yoga is a place I can go where all the concerns of the world fall away and I can learn to connect with my body and breath. I love feeling the progress I make week after week- progress in achieving the poses and in dropping in to the space. I've been able to take what I've learned in yoga about mindfulness and apply it to other aspects of my life and relationships to positive effect. I am glad the Happie House is providing this needed education in health and peace to the community.

Read about our previous Yogis of the Month here.