Melissa Jay is a registered psychologist and yoga teacher who has melded her two loves into Yoga Psychology. The hard work she puts into her psychology practice and yoga retreats are all done in purpose of her mission, which is "to empower compassionate souls to love themselves unconditionally". When we take good care of ourselves and ensure that our cups are filled then we are better to be able to show up and be present with the people that we care about. The result? Deeper connection, true connection.
To live your best life you must practice self love and self care. Part of that is to tune into your inner world, understand how you relate to others (because we relate to each other differently), realize what it is that you need and then ask for it and receive it. The last part is where many people trip up. There seems to be a resistance to receiving and it holds us back. Plug in those earbuds and listen in because Melissa helps us understand four different ways we relate to each other, how to make use of that information (breaking beyond "what's wrong with me?") and gives a compelling case as to why it's important learn to receive what you need from others.