Women who Celebrate: Anna Guest-Jelley

July 05, 2013

Welcome to the Women who Celebrate series. Women who Celebrate seeks to unleash the sheer beauty of the celebratory spirit. In conceiving of the project, I wanted to share the simple truths of how celebration can shift the trajectory of your life, allowing in more permission, more joy, and more ease.

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In thinking about how to amplify some gorgeous energy around this idea, I thought it would be fabulous to interview some women that that exude a celebratory vibe about how they incorporate the act of celebrations into their daily life, what these types of rituals and ceremonies look like, and (most importantly) the positive impact of women celebrating together.

And – I’m talking equally about huge, sparkly affairs with champagne and the simple everyday act of cooking ourselves a special breakfast. The extraordinary and the ordinary. What is really notable here for me is how it can be so difficult to invite others into our celebrations or ask other so celebrate with us, and that sharing this aspect of our lives will be both inspiring and hugely permissive for everyone involved.

Anna Guest-JelleyToday’s guest is the fabulous Anna Guest-Jelley. Anna, E-RYT200, RYT500, is the founder of Curvy Yoga — a training & inspiration portal for full-figured yogis & their whole-hearted teachers.

As a writer, teacher & lifelong champion for women’s empowerment & body acceptance, Anna encourages women of every size, age & ability to grab life by the curves. And never let go.

Explore Curvy Yoga programs, classes & certification courses online, at CurvyYoga.com. Share your curviest tweets with Anna on twitter or catch up with her on Facebook.

Share Anna’s brilliant wisdom with the women in your world

I work to make little pockets in my life for celebration. {tweet this}

Celebration for me is all about acknowledging the good thing that’s happened. {tweet this}

Cultivating a practice of celebration helps me enjoy the life that I already have. {tweet this}

Unscheduled time makes me feel celebratory. {tweet this}