Leslie Harrington, is the owner and CEO of two health and wellness companies for the last 16 years. LeslieLHarrington.com supports soulpreneurs to create a thriving career and life that feels good on the inside, and to help them step into their true purpose, power and potential. And Iron Belle Fitness, L.L.C. provides corporate health and fitness program along with serving private clientele.
Along with being an E-RYT-500 and Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT), she holds her human communications degree from Arizona State University, is a certified Amen Brain Health Professional, an certified personal trainer, a certified Holistic Health and Nutrition Coach, an Ayurveda Lifestyle Coach, and is certified in ergonomics along with having several other certifications in Pilates, Reiki, and Aromatouch. She loves being able to combine her background to help her clients and students find their way to their own best health: mind, body and spirit.
Leslie took her first yoga class in the 90’s and just a few years later, she decided to make yoga a permanent part of her life by taking her first yoga teacher training just… for self knowledge. However, the universe had different plans. The opportunity to begin teaching yoga immediately come forward. And for the last 10 years has been blessed to share the many gifts of yoga by leading yoga teacher trainings.
She started practicing mediation at the age of 12 while taking a leadership course and it has been instrumental in her life. Leslie is the author of Unplugging the Mind: Guided Meditations to Help Relax, Rest and Renew:<br/>Guided Meditations to Relax, Rest and Renew. The yoga teachers to-go for shavasana scripts.
One of Leslie’s most memorable yoga experiences has been being able to spend time at the largest Ashram in the Western Hemisphere. Along with partaking in a silent retreat.
She also loves her dogs, scuba diving, hiking, traveling and just being in nature. Leslie was born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii and loves getting back there as often as possible to visit family.
It has to be Natarajasana, or Lord of the Dance pose. The pose it’s self is rich with meaning besides being a wonderful physical challenge. It teaches us about change and the cycle of birth and death to rebirth. Change is a constant and the posture show us how to stay balanced no matter what is going on in our minds or the world around us.
What you seek is seeking you.” — Rumi
Knowing that every time I step on my mat…it allows me to re-connect to my true self. “The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear.” I find no matter what is going on in life, there is a quiet place on the mat.
Leslie L Harrington