About Me

Yoga in My Life

Yoga inspires me and keeps me steady. It awakens my mind. It strengthens and heals my body.

Charlotte Bradley

My introduction to Yoga began after a knee injury. Shortly after my twins were born, I dove into my familiar karate practice but my mind was more ready than my postpartum body and I injured my knee. This was pretty devastating to my overall well-being.

I still wanted to exercise and I needed to rebuild the strength in my knee. But my body was telling me to slow down. I decided to give yoga a try.

The first class I took hooked me with an instant affinity. I felt rejuvenated, and my body felt energized and healthy.

I discovered that I am drawn to other people who practice yoga. After a while, I realized there was so much more to yoga than the postures and I wanted to learn as much as I could. I enrolled in a 200-hour Hatha yoga teacher training course. It was life-changing.

Fast forward 20 years or so and I am still practicing yoga! And I’m proud to say it helped me to get back into karate where I’ve earned a black belt.

I have a bit more time in my life these days and a renewed interest in teaching yoga. I recently completed a 300-hour training with an amazing mentor and a wonderful group of yogis.

Yoga Teacher


Yoga Practitioner

yoga for life

I know I still have lots to learn. But I also know that I feel more like myself after yoga. It enriches my life far beyond the time I spend on the mat.
I hope you come to love yoga as much as I do.

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William K. Ferro is a freelance writer who lives on the Chesapeake Bay. He specializes in ghostwriting, substantive editing, and web content writing. While he writes for a highly diverse clientele, his topics of choice are holistic health and spirituality; yoga and meditation; and lifestyles of health and sustainability. He has ghostwritten three successful books; two works of fiction and one self-help health title. He is a contributing writer/editor for a holistic spirituality nonprofit. He is also the author of Opening to the Sacred: A Humanist Approach to Holistic Spirituality.

William is a decades-long practitioner of yoga and meditation and maintains a daily spiritual practice based on the mindfulness teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh. He lives in Maryland with his wife and their two cats.