Episode 024: Checking In With Taylor Matus

Episode 024: Checking In With Taylor Matus

Today on the show we welcome Taylor Matus, Programs, Social Media, and Outreach Yoga Director for Indigo Yoga in Fort Worth. She recently became a partner in the business. As yoga, mindfulness, and the idea of being present become more and more popular around the globe, yoga studios increasingly pop up around the country and more people sport yoga pants. But where do beginners with a genuine interest go? Taylor updates us on what is happening in her yoga studio business. She tells us how she finds balance in her life and offers her definition of mindfulness. Taylor also shares her thoughts on yoga practice — beyond the physical component — and where beginners can start. We hear what she thinks about New Year’s resolutions, why she likes to burn things, and her secrets to staying organized and enriched everyday.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Why Taylor likes to burn things on New Year’s Eve
  • Taylor’s daily self-care routines and regular practices
  • Tea versus coffee and why you need to listen to your body
  • How Taylor finds balance between personal and business life
  • Being aware, being willing, and leaning in to opportunities
  • Taylor’s thoughts on yoga practice and where beginners can go
  • Taylor’s take on being mindful and how to enrich your life
  • Figuring out what is contributing and detracting from your life
  • Realizing that you didn’t fail, you just had a hiccup
  • Taylor’s ritual for staying organized every day
  • Fair representation and diversity in politics today
  • And much more!


“I keep having to remind myself that I don’t have to be everything to everyone. I don’t have to fulfill all the roles.” — @taylorrainmatus [0:09:39.0]

“Anybody can do yoga. It’s not about what you look like, it’s about the experience and how you’re feeling.”— @taylorrainmatus [0:15:02.0]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Indigo Yoga

Indigo Yoga on Twitter

Taylor Matus on Instagram

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