You can only do little things with great love.”
- Mother Theresa
This month's change-maker and #changetheworldalittle embassador:
We are humbled and excited to take you into the world of Emily Kuser, the founder of High Vibe Yoga, has a sincere curiosity about healing methodologies and spiritual systems and wholeheartedly investigates their practicality for everyday people with everyday lives.
We asked Emily some personal questions about what it is she does, dreams about, and more.
If today was your last day on this earth…
What would you do today?
Fly 5 of my loved ones to me immediately, cook an incredible meal, make a fire outside, tell stories and be under the stars together.
What would you like for others to remember you as?
As someone who inspired others to live well, love a lot and belly laugh.
If you could change one thing about human reality, what would it be?
I’d give women their sanity, creativity, sexuality and body-love back.
What was your biggest dream / vision for your life 10 years ago?
I dreamed of sharing Yoga with the world — and I definitely did so.
What is your biggest dream / vision for your life today?
To nourish my dearest relationships, laugh more and grow a garden.
What is something you have created / worked on that you are proud of?
I created a very cool Women’s SelfCare Training that gives myself and other women a place to untease taboos around female psychology, sexuality, physiology and spirituality.
Describe yourself in 3 words.
Brave, Patient, Magic
How would you describe the work you currently do?
Audacious, Honest, Fresh
Why do you do the work you currently do? What is your mission, goal, vision?
There are so many things I’ve learned about my body, mind and spirit that are inside-out and backwards. Things that can go a lifetime without consideration. And can cause more harm than good. My mission is to offer a fresh and honest approach to psychology, sexuality, physiology and spirituality.
Anything else we should know about you?
I love your #changetheworldalittle campaign!
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