Rebecca Butler

About Rebecca Butler

Rebecca Butler lives in Fort Worth, TX. Here, she fancies herself in a community that is at the genesis of change. By day, she is a self-proclaimed-intensity-junkie yoga teacher, serving as the lead teacher at a local donation based studio known as Karmany Yoga, a mother, and a wife... By night {when the house sleeps}, she is a writer, a dreamer and a poet. Her most meaningful moments are sometimes spent pushing a stroller, listening to her latest muse {from Dr. Wayne W. Dyer to Caroline Myss} and picking up poop from a 90 lb silver lab puppy named Gunner. Her mother passed from ALS (Lou Gehrigʼs disease) in early 2012. Through this journey, Rebecca learned more about life, love and laughter than any book could have possibly taught her. It is in her memory that Rebecca chooses to live each day in Joy... Joy for life - the ups and downs, breaks and bruises and the glory. Oh, the glory. You can find out more about her teaching & writing at You can also connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.
Author Archive | Rebecca Butler

My Inner Child Loves Arm Balances — Yours Might Too

Read full story Comments

“One Man’s Trash”: Why We Should Uplift and Not Condemn One Another

Never condemn anything. The energy of condemning implies separateness. -Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, The Power of Intention The other night, I was watching a nature show. Sometimes when I’m hanging out with the family, we get tired of all of the animated cartoons, so we turn on the nature channel. It entertains the baby and […]

Read full story Comments

Disempower Your Fears by Exposing Them to the Light

“So I just discovered,” she said looking up at me from long dark lashes. I nodded. “And I found your writing,” she continued. “I found your piece about giving voice to your fears. So I wrote some of mine down.” [Read the article here.] I felt a smile crawl across my face. This private […]

Read full story Comments

A Blessed Life: Practicing Gratitude in the Face of Robbery

If you have food in the refrigerator, clothes on your back, a roof overhead, and a place to sleep at night, you are richer than 75% of the world. If you woke up this morning with more health than illness, you are more blessed than the one million who will not survive this week due […]

Read full story Comments

Giving Voice To My Fears Helped Me Find Empowerment

One day in the not-so-distant past, like within the last month, I had a rare moment of complete clarity around my fears. Usually, when I’m wanting to unearth such things, it takes hours of work, awareness, and meditation. But this was different. All of the sudden, I just had a vivid moment of clarity. They […]

Read full story Comments

Hold On: Surviving The Dark Night of the Soul

I’m in the desert. Well, it’s sort of the desert. It’s really a mish-mash, a smorgasbord, a cacophony of reds and blues and purples and muted greens and earthy browns and soft yellows and hints of white… It’s lyrical. Mountains meet desert, rocks meet sky, layers of earth pile atop of one another, a delectable […]

Read full story Comments

Channeling Love

Sometimes, I get stuck thinking about Emily Rapp. I don’t want to do this. Her life has been undoubtedly painful of late. I know this even though I’ve never met her. She lost her son recently. He had Tay Sachs’ disease. He died the day after Valentine’s Day — near the tender age of three. […]

Read full story Comments


I read a piece today by a man I’ve never met. His name is Robert Wilder. He’s in Santa Fe. I have a thing for Santa Fe. It’s gorgeous. It’s small. It’s elite. One of my students from my former life, my Baptiste life, my Indigo life, she contacted me not so long ago. She lives […]

Read full story Comments

4 Things I Learned From a Man Who Was Likely Trying to Rob Me

Last week, we had an interesting experience at our studio. It impacted both myself and my fellow teacher who teaches the class before mine. We both wrote about it. The parallels are fascinating. “This isn’t my first time to do yoga,” he assured me. I hadn’t asked, but he had told me regardless. I smiled […]

Read full story Comments

Can Friendships Withstand Different Belief Systems?

I had dinner recently with two of my favorite people on the planet. I have known these girls since I was 13. I love them both dearly, and yet, as sometimes happens, we have drifted apart. They are the type of friends that you can pick up with right where you left off, however long […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story Comments