Afternoon Tea with Dharma Richards

September 12, 2019

Afternoon Tea with Dharma Richards

“In order to maintain your authenticity, you have to take breaks to refill your cup.”

Dharma Richards, Owner of Yoga Garden Apex, NC

Our paths crossed over twelve years ago and my life has forever been changed. I’m honored to shine a spotlight on my dear friend and spiritual teacher, Dharma Richards. Her entrepreneurial journey of owning a yoga studio is more similar to other ventures than one may think.


Dharma and I frequently talk about (and feel) the subtle shift and power of circular communities, led by predominantly feminine attributes. We’re coming back from a linear way of thinking and creating a more nurturing environment of support and mutual benefit. We’re always learning from others within the community, we’re offering and also receiving.

How can you help Dharma’s business grow? Get out and serve your community and spend time outdoors. Do something to bring nature inside your home. If more people become in tune with their intuition, we will all benefit. We have to understand that what comes around goes around and what goes around will come around again. Let's be intentional and begin to wake up to our highest selves.

Follow Dharma at Yoga Garden in Apex and Yoga Garden in Pittsboro.




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