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Hi I'm Nicole

I love learning. I teach yoga. I love being a Mormon!

About Me

I married my High School sweetheart. We have two awesome children. I love studying quantum physics, philosophy, psychology, world religions, history...you name it, I'm in love with our world and all of us in it! Currently, I teach people how to meditate at an advanced level, practice a healing Thai Partner Yoga Therapuetic Massage, and teach Yoga at my local YMCA. I grew up swimming, dancing, playing softball and riding horses every chance I got. I love playing my cello. I had always wanted to learn it as a kid and 3 decades later, took the steps necessary to play it. What a hoot! I've also taught piano lessons, swimming, school, and even 5 years of homeschool! When I'm not learning by study or yoga, I'm hanging out with my family; watching movies, reading, or playing board games. We are a military family and appreciate every amount of time we get to spend together.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I sought and received a witness of its truthfulness after I read the Book of Mormon. From there, I gained a witness of the Bible as well. I'm especially keen on learning and this religion is a container big enough to hold ALL truth. I've volunteered in education, non-profit, family, and military venues and have never found an equal to the organizational and charitable capacity as I have in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

How I live my faith

I love, I appreciate, I learn. I enjoy giving back to my community by teaching yoga at my YMCA. Working out and smiles, good stuff! Currently, I lead the choir in our neighborhood church congregation even though I've never enjoyed singing nor aspired to direct others in doing so. And you know, I'm starting to find my song.

What is being a Mormon like?

Nicole
Being a Mormon is like having everything all set up and ready for you. Some people move to a new area and find community at the gym, or the school, or maybe have the luck of a friendly neighbor, but as a Mormon, I can move anywhere and have a network already set up to recieve me and get me off and running. I have answers. I have guidance. I have an organizational structure that provides spiritual, social, intellectual and physical well being. There is a place for children of all ages to be engaged in activities provided by caring mentors who are great role models for them. There are places for each adult and interaction is not just by interests. You get the energy of the young and wisdom of the elderly. It is truly a community of love, truth, and genuine interest. Show more Show less