Yoga is engagement - with our own breath, with this precious life, with each other.

Debi Hawkins, E-RYT®, YACEP®
(email) info@debihawkins.com

(telephone) 704.999.9999

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The Attitude is Gratitude

I am truly grateful for the love and support of my family, friends, and the greatest students in the world.

I am also grateful to those who have taught me and to my fellow yoga teachers in our local and global communities, some of whom have their own websites:

Sally Kempton - meditation

William Mahony - Bhakti, devotional yoga

Paul Muller-Ortega - meditation and the Svatantra Tradition

Ellen Saltonstall - therapeutic yoga and bodymind ballwork

Judith Lasater - Restorative Yoga

Douglas Brooks - Rajanaka Yoga and the Tantric tradition

I'm no code monkey, but I created this website. There are several people and organizations without whom I would not have been able to do it:

The remarkable creative geniuses at Twitter, Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton (@mdo and @fat), who developed Bootstrap, and then released it as an open source framework.

I offer thanks to the core team of developers and larger community of contributors who continue to maintain and improve accessibility and consistency of web design across all platforms.

GitHub, where the Bootstrap Project is hosted, maintained and developed.

Design Bootsrap, whose template, zontal-admin, I used as a starting point for creating this site.

Font Awesome, whose social icons you see in the footer.

From my very first website, I learned much at ww3schools, particularly when I ran into a code kerfuffle. Example:  What is a code kerfuffle?

Glyphicons, whose creator has made the Glyphicons Hafflings set free of cost for Bootstrap.

Forums I visited when I wanted more information: StackOverflow, Tutorial Republic

Brackets, an open source text editor that created the best work environment for me.

Jonathan Coulton for the song Code Monkey. I danced my way out of many a code kerfuffle funk with this song. (Warning:  It contains some language I believe is inappropriate for children.)