Meet Tate DeCaro, a newly minted yoga instructor. In 2013, while asking the question “What do I want to do with my life,” an unexpected illness started a chain of events that lead her to change her diet and her relationship with exercise and yoga. In 2014 she decided to take a trip to Kalani, Hawaii to practice yoga. That trip would turn out to be life-changing, turning 2014 into a year that answered the questions posed in 2013. Tate’s story is particularly inspiring if you’re searching for your path, dealing with body issues, or struggling with unhappiness.
Some Years Are Questions, and Some Years Are Answers: Interview with Yoga Instructor Tate DeCaro
A native Rochesterian, Tate DeCaro has also lived in the Hudson Valley, Canada, Italy, and Ireland, and traveled throughout the U.S. & Europe. Tate moved back to Rochester in 2009, and now lives in the South Wedge. She works as Development Associate at Writers & Books, where she does fundraising and event planning. She also teaches yoga at Max Effort Training. She loves sharing her passion for yoga with others in a comfortable and inclusive environment, helping fellow yogis to find the relaxation, guidance, reflection, exercise, and fun that yoga can bring. When not at Writers & Books, or teaching or doing yoga, you can find her working out, watching baseball, or reading voraciously.
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