I teach yoga because every single time I do it, it feels like the right thing to do.

Someone recently asked my why I wanted to teach yoga. I hadn’t honestly thought about it before I did my teacher training in 2014. In fact, I hadn’t thought about being a yoga teacher at all until Anne Howard, who is the head instructor at Outer Banks Yoga sat me down and told me I needed to go to teacher training. I reluctantly agreed to do the training, and it has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. My life has been spent with a wide variety of audiences playing music and performing all over the world and I have always relished the connectivity that comes with it. Over the years I have also studied a variety of physical and healing arts in addition to practicing yoga. I became a very serious practitioner after a severely herniated disc changed my life. All of these experiences have led me to the path of being a yoga teacher. I have discovered that yoga is a practice that has unbelievable benefits for our lives, and I have seen first hand how it can positively affect people. I personally love sharing this ancient art form with people in a way that makes the “light bulb go off” and I  have been blown away by how many students share a personal story with me about how our practice together has helped them in some meaningful way.

Stay tuned to this space, I think you are going to like what is happening in it. Perhaps we will get to practice together soon…

 

 

Craig Honeycutt, M.B.A., 200 CYT, is a Songwriter, Entrepreneur and Yoga Instructor on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. He teaches Private Yoga Sessions and Lessons for Individuals, Groups, Weddings and Other Special Events. This service brings yoga to your location and serves Kitty Hawk, Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, Souther Shores, Corolla, Manteo, South Nags Head, Avon, Buxton, Hatteras, Salvo and Waves. He also teaches regularly at Outer Banks Yoga and Pilates in Kitty Hawk, NC.