This past week I joined a new yoga studio.

I got my first welcome email that was very nice, and then I got this one a day later:


Dear Lisa,
About Perennial

Welcome to Perennial. Whether you are brand new to yoga or an experienced student I'd like to share some "relationship tips" with you so you can navigate this beautiful love affair you're about to embark on with the practices of yoga and meditation at Perennial.


Tip No. 1: Be All Gaga About Yoga

I'm proposing you set yourself on a mission to take the same ride you've taken before, perhaps many times, and apply it to your discovery of a yoga practice. Throw caution to the wind. Eat, sleep and think about yoga all day and almost all night long (until you force yourself to sleep because you have a 6:00 a.m. date with a Vinyasa class). I'm asking you to talk about yoga so much that your friends start avoiding you and refusing to "like" all of your Facebook posts about the "omazing" class you just had. Even though you've never considered a tattoo, I'm suggesting you become so passionate about your practice that you contemplate a massive, permanent "om" symbol on your body. I'm proposing that you completely transition your wardrobe over to spandex and t-shirts that declare Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu (which means, "May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and that freedom for all"). I'm inferring that you transition from the person who didn't know what ayurveda was, to one who knows what a dosha is, and that you be the person who spontaneously assumes Warrior II at the mall.


Tip No. 2: Speed Date

Put aside any of your nightmare experiences with dating services and assume this approach with yoga. Falling in love with this practice also has a lot to do with chemistry … the chemistry between you and the teacher, you and the time of day, and you and the style of class. Treat it like a giant experiment that you're conducting with an open mind and a not-yet flexible body. With yoga, the positions of the planets in your chart or where your moon is rising has far less to do with finding the right match. It's more the time-tested question of vatta, pitta or kapha? It's the yin yang thing. Rely on the sage advice, "Honey, there's a lot more fish in the sea." You deserve to find a match that supports you in finding peace and harmony in your body, quiet in your mind and aliveness in your spirit.


Tip No. 3: Allow Yourself To Be Romanced

Yoga draws you in and holds you close because of the vibrancy you feel in your body, the beauty you start to see around you, and the chance it gives you to play and sing and chant like you did as a child. Unlike another relationship that lost its luster over time, yoga gets shinier and more alluring over time. But in actuality, it's YOU who's becoming more radiant and heart-centered. You're saying namaste (which means "the light and love inside of me sees the same in you") to everyone, even strangers, and you really mean it.

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Tip No. 4: Change Won't Seem Threatening

In fact, it's a hoped for and highly awaited outcome, so enjoy a deep breath in and a long sigh out about this fact. Yoga understands you want a deeper, more meaningful relationship and urges you to move forward on a daily, weekly or annual basis … heck, yoga hopes you create shifts from the beginning to the end of a single class! As your love affair changes and you express yourself differently, no questions are asked and no guilt trips are laid down. I know, it all sounds too good to be true, but it isn't!


Tip No. 5: Love Won't Be A Mystery Anymore

Your search for love will end. You only need to go as far as your yoga mat or meditation cushion, into nature or to a place that feels sacred to you. These places take you inside to the space where true love is revealed. Who you're going to end up falling in love with is yourSELF.


Namaste beloved one,


Owner, Perennial Yoga and Meditation



How FABULOUS is this?


As a new club member, subscriber to a training, new downline member and more, how much would you love to get something that speaks to your passion and excitement for a new adventure?


My training on this marketing piece is read it, take it in, identify the feelings it conveys and see if there isn't something you can do in your own business to create an experience as engaging and delightful for the folks you claim as "yours"



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xo, lisa