I am a mother who wants
her child to grow up in a world
that is more united, compassionate and kind.

I focus on creating a world where mothers support one another in community, and pass on to their children the wisdom they have gained through their collective experiences.

I advocate for a world where our bodies, intellect and intuition are deeply respected and held sacred.

Why do I care about these things?

Because I got fed up with feeling like and seeing myself as a victim.

A multitude of challenging experiences have led me to where I am today.

Childhood trauma. Violation and discrimination. Low self worth. Negative body image. Chronic depression. Addictive, destructive behaviors. Reproductive challenges. Hormonal rollercoasters and health battles. And, an overall feeling of being broken and unworthy of being loved.

All of these struggles were gut wrenching, peel me off the floor, hard.

And yet, I am truly grateful for the profound invaluable life lessons they have taught me.

I now choose to see myself as triumphant. Victorious. A champion for myself, my child and others.

Official Bio:

Tisha Lin is a mother, wife, writer and coach.

She empowers women around the globe to speak their truth, honor their wisdom, and feel their absolute best. She guides mothers to raise their children from the most compassionate and connected place in their hearts.

She is Creator and Co-Author of the book “For Mothers, By Mothers: 108 Stories & Reflections Of Wisdom From The Journey Of Motherhood.” An ongoing collaboration of mothers around the world that raises funds for Days For Girls International and keeps the wisdom of mothers alive for future generations.

She and her husband, Mijael Brandwajn, are founders of the Akila Yoga Institute and the Akila Yoga Institute Teacher Training Program.

Tisha is an AADP Board Certified Holistic Health Coach and graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is a 200-hour Certified Yoga Teacher, and is certified in Khalsa Way Prenatal Yoga by Golden Bridge Yoga NYC. She is also a CAPPA trained birth doula and childbirth educator.

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