What Does It Mean to be “Global”?

Christina Souza Ma

global.jpgSo, after working all these years focusing on my vision of YogaHub and other sites on health and wellness in my attempt to connect people from all over the world, it’s finally here.

After the first week of our “Gift of Yoga” launch, we had individuals connecting with us from all over the world. What a dream come true for me and my team.

And yet this is just the beginning for many in this community – and especially for us. When I began to create this Hub, I knew that there were many individuals out there who were just like me – not tech-oriented. And I know that many people still don’t have computers, let alone email addresses.

So how can we reach these people? How can we make it easier for everyone to access information on health, fitness, and nutrition? How can we convey messages from professionals and experts to them? Well, I’ve decided that since I had to become educated in all these areas, including (and especially!) technology, it would be a great idea to do the same with my community.

Some of us are fortunate enough to already have an understanding of the Internet. Others are lucky enough to be able to travel to classes in our area. For example, here in Los Angeles we have been able to tap into a wealth of information through workshops and a diverse range of classes in studios.

So now it’s time for us to share our wealth of knowledge with others out there – and hopefully they will want to reciprocate by sharing their knowledge and wisdom with us.

[tags]gift of yoga, my yogahub, social networking, yoga community, health, wellness, nutrition[/tags]

Author: Christina Souza Ma

Christina has lived many lives – from professional Cosmetologist, L’Oreal’s Technical Commercial Director of South East Asia, Hair and Make-up designer behind the camera, to Actor and Body worker. Many years ago, Christina had a vision to create an entity that would

3 Responses to “What Does It Mean to be “Global”?”

  1. Chocklitt says:

    I am very interested in getting involved in Yoga. I’m trying 2 get a better grip on my health.

  2. Christina says:

    We would be happy to support you any way we can. Showing interest is just the beginning and that’s all it takes to start the practice. I can speak for myself and how it has done wonders for my health internally and physically, hence why my vision for this site, in hopes to share this with others.

    If you have questions you can ask it through our “Ask” section as we will pass it to one of the professionals to answer.

    Would love to continue to hear about your journey.

  3. Kim says:

    so tell us more

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