Welcome!

I'm Teresa Neuhaus - a yoga teacher, women's lifestyle + stress-resiliency coach, and champion for extraordinary living.

In a nutshell: I'm like the girlfriend you call when you want it straight up with a heaping dose of love {and a side of spicy Indian food}.

Ever catch yourself...
:: feeling stuck or indecisive about which direction you want your life to take?
:: comparing yourself to others + wishing you would more like them?
:: thinking "There has to be MORE"?
:: feeling anxious, stressed, or overwhelmed when it comes to your job?
:: wishing you could let go of your mental to-do list, take a deeeep breath, and TOTALLY unwind, for once in your life?

You get that something has to give, but you're scared to take a leap of faith.

So imagine...
:: working with someone who not only sees your greatness, but also helps you pinpoint where you might be sabotaging your chances for success, freedom, and happiness.
:: having someone to keep you accountable + offer guidance whenever things get tough.
:: how GOOD it'd feel to get an outside perspective on challenging situations.
:: feeling less anxious about things . . . and more alive.

"If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you got." - Henry Ford

I believe there's MORE to life than going to work every day so that you can pay your bills.

That's why I'm here - to help you find out what MORE means to you.

It's time for you to show up + be your most vibrant self, so that you can start doing what really matters.

Ready to kick butt in life + work?

I'm ready to help.

Click here to get started.

P.S. If you live in the Twin Cities, MN, I'd love to see you at my next yoga class.

What You Need To Consciously Create Your Life

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Another year has started.

It’s that time to banish worry, fear, and guilt.

It’s another year to love, give, and follow your dreams. Right?

Here’s a confession… I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions. They’ve never worked for me. Have they ever worked for you?

Research from the University of Scranton shows nearly 4 out of 10 people quit their resolutions before February. More will fall off after that. A 2007 University of Bristol study found that 88% of people fail to achieve their resolutions completely.

That’s crazy high, isn’t it? Do you want to know why that statistic is really high and why they don’t work?

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